MoRTH invites bids for three underpasses in Bihar
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MoRTH invites bids for three underpasses in Bihar

The Union Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has invited bids for construction of three bypasses in Bihar.

The scope of work includes construction of the bypasses along with one realignment at Sikandra with pre-construction activity at a total length 13.472 km to two-lane with PS Standard along with utility shifting in NH-333A in the engineering, procurement and construction mode.

The estimated value of the project is Rs 1.48 billion, with a completion period of 24 months.

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PMC releases Rs 193 Crore Tender For Asphalting City Roads
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The Union Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has invited bids for construction of three bypasses in Bihar. The scope of work includes construction of the bypasses along with one realignment at Sikandra with pre-construction activity at a total length 13.472 km to two-lane with PS Standard along with utility shifting in NH-333A in the engineering, procurement and construction mode. The estimated value of the project is Rs 1.48 billion, with a completion period of 24 months. See also: PMC releases Rs 193 Crore Tender For Asphalting City RoadsRoute between Chennai and Tirupati to be widened

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