ARSS bags Rs80.32 crore road project in Punjab
ARSS Infrastructure Projects Limited has bagged a road project worth Rs80.32 crore from Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA). The Bhubaneswar-based company mainly takes up projects related to construction of roads, highways, bridges, irrigation and EPC works for railways in India.
The order from GMADA is for the construction of a 200 feet wide road from RVB Junction to NH-64, meeting near village Chaat in Punjab, including composite works of PH & Electrical. The time period for completion of the project is 18 months.
Sunil Agarwal, President & CEO of the company said, “We are extremely pleased with this order. This is the first order we have bagged from GMADA and it shows that they have full faith in our capabilities to deliver.”
ARSS started operations as a construction company in the field of railway infrastructure development, mainly in the state of Orissa and subsequently expanded its business activities to various other zonal jurisdictions of Railways. The company has developed expertise in railway construction projects, which includes earthwork, major and minor bridges, supply of ballast, sleepers, laying of sleepers and rails, linking of tracks etc.