Transstroy completes Bhopal bypass in record time
Hyderabad: Transstroy (India) Limited, a leading infrastructure company, has completed four-lane Bhopal...
Hyderabad: Transstroy (India) Limited, a leading infrastructure company, has completed four-lane Bhopal bypass road within a record time of 20 months. Constructed at the cost of Rs 304.32 crore, the project was initially estimated to be completed in 24 months. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh, who dedicated the bypass road to the nation on Saturday, appreciated Transstroy (India) for completing the project in record time. The Chief Minister also lauded efforts of Cherukuri Sridhar, Chairman and Managing Director, Transstroy (India) and urged students who were present at the inaugural ceremony, to emulate him and become successful entrepreneurs. K K Singh, Principal Secretary, Public Works Department, MP government, said the 52-kilometre bypass road would ease traffic congestion in the Bhopal city. "When the project was awarded to Transstroy, we were very apprehensive whether the company would be able to complete it in the stipulated time. But today, we are very happy to note that the project is completed ahead of schedule," Singh explained. Expressing his gratitude for support from the Chief Minister and Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation (MPRDC) for early completion of the project, Cherukuri Sridhar said his company was looking forward to execute several other projects in the State. The infrastructure company also bagged two more road projects from MPRDC. The first project, being executed at a cost of Rs 776.2 crore, involves four-laning of the 105.6-km Bhopal-Biora section of National Highway 12. Besides, the company is also executing two-laning of 107-km Bhopal-Berasia-Sironj section of State Highway 23 project at a cost of Rs 181.19 crore. Singh expressed confidence that the company would complete these two projects in next one year.
19 Sep 2019 6:27 AM GMT