IRB Infra emerges as a preferred bidder for Gandeva-Ena 8-Lane HAM project in Gujarat
Project involves construction of eight lanes on 27.500 km stretch as part of Vadodara-Mumbai expressway
IRB Infrastructure Developers (IRB) has emerged as a preferred bidder for construction of eight lanes of Vadodara-Mumbai Expressway in Gujarat, on the Gandeva-Ena stretch with a length of 27.500 kms. The cost of the projects is Rs.1,755 crore.
Virendra D Mhaiskar, CMD, IRB Infrastructure Developers. said, “We are happy to be awarded another section of the prestigious Vadodara-Mumbai expressway in Gujarat. Winning this project once again validates our domain expertise, rich experience and execution capabilities demonstrated over last two decades.”
Key highlights of the projects are:
*The subject project (Package-VII) is part of India’s ambitious ‘Bharatmala Pariyojana’ of the NHAI under Phase-I
*It is a green-field project of eight laning of Gandeva – Ena stretch of 27.500 Kms on upcoming Vadodara- Mumbai Expressway
*The concession will comprise 730 days for construction and 15 years Operations & Maintenance rights thereafter
*Upon award of this project, Company’s Order Book will stand at Rs. 13,755 Crores
IRB is also constructing another stretch on th expressway project between Padra and Vadodara.