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J Kumar Infraprojects bags Rs559 cr order


J Kumar Infraprojects, the Mumbai-based civil engineering and infrastructure development company, has been awarded the contract to build 16 skywalks in the metropolitan city.

Worth Rs559.40 crore, the contract awarded by Mumbai Metropolitan Regulatory Development Authority (MMRDA) and the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) is a part of an overall project to construct 50 skywalks to facilitate discharge of people from railway stations.

MSRDC is planning to construct 17 skywalks by June 2009 at high pedestrian density areas around railway stations.

A typical skywalk would have a ground clearance of 5.5 m equipped with a steel superstructure and polycarbonate roofing.

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