UP awards 8 Phases of ₹23,000-cr Purvanchal e-way

    UP awards 8 Phases of Purvanchal e-way
    In a major push to the road network of the state, the Uttar Pradesh government has recently awarded eight phases of the 354-km long Purvanchal Expressway. The country's longest road project, which entailed a whopping investment of ₹23,000 crore, has been awarded to five companies including PNC Infratech Limited, Gayatri Projects, GR Infra, Oriental Structural Engineering and Apco Infra, said an official spokesperson, elaborating that the PNC Infratech, Gayarti Projects and GMR Infratech bagged two packages each, Apco and Oriental secured one package each. Similarly, Gayatri projects has been declared as the lowest bidder for packages I and II at a cost of ₹1,483 crore and ₹1,276 crore respectively, while package II has gone to Apco for ₹1,380.74 crore. Likewise, Packages IV and VII have been awarded to GR Infra at a construction cost of ₹1,497 crore and ₹1,437.47 crore respectively. Packages V and VI have been awarded to PNC Infra at ₹1,566 and ₹954 crore while package VIII has been bagged by Oriental Structural Engineering at an investment of ₹1,621.89 crore. Once completed, the Purvanchal Expressway will provide uninterrupted connectivity to 9 districts covering Lucknow, Ghazipur, Amethi, Ajamgarh, Faizabad, Barabanki, Mau, Ambedkar Nagar and Sultanpur and would provide seamless access to the national capital Delhi via the 302-km long Lucknow-Agra expressway and the 165-km Agra-Greater Noida Yamuna Expressway, he insisted.
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