NHIDCL invites bids for upgradation of NH-217 in Meghalaya
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NHIDCL invites bids for upgradation of NH-217 in Meghalaya

The National Highways & Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL) has floated tenders for upgradation of NH-217, Paikan-Tura section to two-lane with paved shoulder from 20.900 km to 47.075 km Package-II in Meghalaya.

The estimated value of the project is Rs 299.02 crore with completion period of 24 months.

The work is proposed to be implemented on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) mode through ADB loan assistance.

The National Highways & Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL) has floated tenders for upgradation of NH-217, Paikan-Tura section to two-lane with paved shoulder from 20.900 km to 47.075 km Package-II in Meghalaya. The estimated value of the project is Rs 299.02 crore with completion period of 24 months. The work is proposed to be implemented on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) mode through ADB loan assistance.

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