Survey for Ludhiana railway station makeover begins
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Survey for Ludhiana railway station makeover begins

The survey of Ludhiana station's existing infrastructure has begun, marking the start of the first phase of the long-awaited redevelopment. The construction firm that was given the contract to rebuild the railway station for an estimated cost of INR 4780 million, has established a temporary office near the station's parking lot.

"We are undertaking the survey to take stock of the existing specifications at the station," the company officials explained in detail. However, the officials added that the work has not yet been officially started, despite the fact that it must be finished within the allotted thirty months.

In addition, they stated that engineers will begin planning the construction so that trains can move freely and passengers will experience minimal disruption. The demolition of the previous structures, including residential quarters, would be the first step in the construction process. According to a railway official, the company received the contract on December 18 via EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction).

The survey of Ludhiana station's existing infrastructure has begun, marking the start of the first phase of the long-awaited redevelopment. The construction firm that was given the contract to rebuild the railway station for an estimated cost of INR 4780 million, has established a temporary office near the station's parking lot. We are undertaking the survey to take stock of the existing specifications at the station, the company officials explained in detail. However, the officials added that the work has not yet been officially started, despite the fact that it must be finished within the allotted thirty months. In addition, they stated that engineers will begin planning the construction so that trains can move freely and passengers will experience minimal disruption. The demolition of the previous structures, including residential quarters, would be the first step in the construction process. According to a railway official, the company received the contract on December 18 via EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction).

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