Infrastructure giant Punj Lloyd has won highway contract of Rs 1,555 crore

Leading Infrastructurer Company, Punj Lloyd has won four highway contracts of Rs 1,555 crore in Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Punjab from the central government.


The engineering, procurement and construction projects in the state of Bihar, Chhattisgarh and Odisha has been awarded to Punj Lloyd by the National HighwayAuthority of India. While the order in Punjab has been given from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. (MORTH).

The project of Bihar cost Rs 567 crore four-laning of 60 km of the Simaria-Khagaria sector of NH31.

Punj Lloyd was the developer for 140 km of the Khagaria-Purnea section on the same highway.

The scheme fall under the National Highways Development Project Phase IV to extend major highways in India to a higher standard.

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