KMC Constructions wins $190M India road contract

WCN Editorial Team 28 Oct 2016 ASIA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

India-based KMC Constructions has secured a INR12.74bn ($190.5M) contract from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for the construction of a road segment in Himachal Pradesh, India.

The scope of the work will include the development of the 26km-long Nerchowk-Pandoh section, and the Pandoh bypass section of the National Highway 21.

The project will feature two bypasses, the 8km-long Mandi Bypass and the 5km-long Pandoh Bypass, three twin tube two lane tunnels, six major bridges, 11 minor bridges and three vehicular underpasses.

The development will be delivered on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis and is set to be complete within 30 months from the date of commencement.

The Himachal Pradesh section is part of phase IV B of India’s National Highways Development Projects (NHDP).

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