Isolux Corsan wins €113M Indian highway contract

WCN Editorial Team 26 Aug 2016 ASIA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Spanish construction firm Isolux Corsan has secured a €113M contract from the National Highway Authority of India for the construction of a highway project.


Under the contract, Isolux Corsan will widen the 72km section of the Highway NH-74 between Haridwar, in Uttarakhand, and Nagina, in Uttar Pradesh, to four lanes.

The scope of the work will include the construction of 12 primary and secondary bridges, a high bypass in Njibabad, a bridge over the train tracks and two steps for elephants.

It will also include the construction of five bypasses with a total length of 16km, and the creation of service roads, parking for heavy vehicles and a toll plaza.

Isolux Corsan is expected to execute the works within 30 months and will be responsible for the project’s maintenance for four years.

* Data provided by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center.

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