ARSS bags two orders worth Rs207.46 crore
Bhubaneswar based ARSS Infrastructure Projects Limited has announced bagging two new work orders. The first order is for re-construction and widening of Manawar-Mangod (Bandheri) Road and Sardarpur-Rajgarh-Bagh Road under MPSRP-III for Rs117.70 crore from Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation Ltd. (MPRDC).
The other order is for re-construction and widening of Hata-Patera-Kumhari & Rajpura-Saliya-Bahuriband-Sehora Road under MPSRP-III for the accepted contract amount of Rs89.75 crore from MPRDC.
The timeline for the completion of both the orders is 24 months each.
Having bagged these orders, the total order book of the company has crossed over Rs5,500 crore.
Sunil Agarwal, President & CEO, ARSS Infrastructure Projects Limited, said, "We are all geared up to execute the important BOT project from Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation and these two new orders from the Madhya Pradesh Government fortifies our presence in Central India and also re-establishes the fact that we are focussed on a pan-India presence and we are technologically and strategically well equipped to execute any number of projects across the globe well within time and sustain the ARSS Brand Value.”