ThatÂ’s precisely the theme of Infrastructure TodayÂ’s next edition. If readers recollect, Golden Quadrilateral, at 5,846 km, touted to be the largest highway project in India and the fifth longest in the world then took several years to complete
Capacit'e Infraprojects Ltd, has bagged a contract worth Rs 825.01 crore (excluding GST), from Arihant Abode Ltd, a subsidiary of Arihant Superstructures Ltd, for affordable housing project christened Â“Arihant AspireÂ” situated at Panvel, Maharashtra, in proximity to the proposed Navi Mumbai International Airport. The scope includes construction of civil & structural, finishing & MEP works to be executed in phases for 8 residential buildings of 42 floors each.
As the project affected persons/farmers agreeing for the State governmentÂ’s offer of compensation for their land loss to the Navi Mumbai international airport, real estate market in Navi Mumbai will surely get a boost, say builders and land developers.