NHAI invites bids for work on Barasat-Krishnagar road section

Bids have been invited by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for Barasat-Krishnagar section.

The completion period is 30 months and the work will be undertaken at a cost of Rs 1,111.75 crore.

The scope of work will involve carrying out balance work for construction of four-laning of Barasat-Krishnagar section of NH-34 from 48.533 km to 115.272 km (length 66.72 km) pertaining to Nadia district of West Bengal on engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) mode.

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Related Projects : Rs.11117 Million New Four Laning Project in West Bengal

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