Shriram EPC has bagged contracts worth over Rs.430 crore. Of this, it had received a road contract worth Rs.301.05 crore from Chhattisgarh for executing road works of 50 km under the NHDP-IV on EPC to be completed over 24 months
Ten road works worth Rs 150 crore have been approved in Nashik city by the Nashik Municipal Corporation on October 29. The proposals include development of the inner ring road in the city from Nilgiri Bag to Agartakali Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) to Saikheda road at a cost of Rs 8.76 crore.
The Tamil Nadu government is likely to get Rs 8,583 crore for various road projects of 1,678 km of length. The road works are expected to commence from next year, Rajeev Ranjan, Principal Secretary, Highways and Minor Ports, said in Chennai on October 7.
For various road works in Nashik city, such as tarring, resurfacing, macadamization, etc, the Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) has invited bids worth Rs 10.7 crore. The tenders include around 28 various road works in various parts of the city. The road contracts are to be done through private contractors and the last date for filing the bids is next October 3.
The Phom Students Conference (PSC) has praised the Mohan Singh company, which has taken up road works in Longleng district in Nagaland. Stating that despite heavy downpour and unfavourable weather conditions the work by Mohan Singh Company was going on in full progress.
The Corporation of Chennai is to follow the new guidelines stipulated by the Ministry of Surface Road Transport for quality road works in its purview. The Corporation is perturbed by the public complaints that roads in the city were being damaged within a year of relaying them. As per the new guidelines, the Corporation will hold the contractor concerned responsible for the road damages.
A budget of Rs 396.47 lakh has been released for road works in Varanasi. The fund for road construction has been allocated to PWD. With this, the turmoil of the Varanasi city commuters may soon come to an end after monsoon seasonl, said the district magistrate PranjalYadav.
The Karnataka on July 4 submitted before the High Court that fresh tenders would be called for execution of road works in the controversial Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Layout, near Kengeri, and that it would revoke the previous tenders. The Government Counsel R DevÂdas, in his submission before the High Court, which was hearing a petition regarding controversial financial tender/bids for executing the road works, said fresh tenders would be called shortly to award the works afresh.