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PNC Infratech bags INR 233 crore road project in UP

26 July 2016 | UP
 

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PNC Infratech said it has bagged a project worth INR 232.91 crore for four-laning of road in Uttar Pradesh.

The company said in a filing to BSE, "PNC Infratech Limited has been awarded a project involving four laning of Etah to Kasganj road in Uttar Pradesh for a contract value of INR 232.91 crore.”

The company received the Letter of Award from Public Works Department (PWD), Uttar Pradesh, it said.

This is the third EPC contract won by the company in the current financial year. Previously the company won a state road project and a airport runway project in the current year, aggregating to INR 260 crore.

The company's order book now stands at over INR 5,400 crore, including the above two L1 projects, for which letters of award are yet to be received.

The had earlier in the month won a highway project of NHAI in Rajasthan on hybrid annuity model for a bid project cost of INR 881 crore.

   
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