Feedback Infra bags 1,700-km e-way project

    Feedback Infra
    Feedback Infra, which is an integrated infrastructure builder based in Gurugram, has secured the mandate from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to design the 1,100-km-long Nagpur-Hyderabad-Bengaluru and the 600-km-long Delhi-Ludhiana-Katra expressways. The firm expects a major boost for development of expressways as well as highways, especially with the Centre's ambitious Bharatmala project. The Nagpur-Hyderabad-Bengaluru expressway is the longest proposed by NHAI so far, and will pass through Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka, said Managing Director, Feedback Highways IndVe, Rajeev Bhatnagar, adding that the company will be involved in all aspects of developing the two expressways. Feedback Infra will conduct a pre-feasibility study, propose the alignment, and outline how much land will have to be acquired. Once NHAI accepts the preliminary report and completes land acquisition, the company will come up with a detailed project report that will outline the total cost of construction, access control, the places that will have to be demarcated for wayside amenities, locations where tolling booths will have to be installed, and even specify the amount of cement, steel and other construction materials that will be required. It will also suggest links to existing highways. An expressway will have a minimum of six lanes against two for highways and are estimated to cost Rs.25-30 crore a km, compared with Rs.10 crore a km for a four-lane highway.
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