Sunil HiTech bags road projects in Jharkhand and Maharashtra
Sunil HiTech has won road projects worth Rs. 935.91 crore in Jharkhand and Maharashtra. The orders included rehabilitation & upgradation of Parli-Pimpla-Dahiguda Road to two/four lane with paved shoulder in Maharashtra on EPC basis from Public Works Department (PWD), Maharashtra worth Rs. 134.45 crore.
The company also received contract for rehabilitation & augmentation of four laning of Kutchery Chowk-Ranchi-Piska More-Biju Para section of NH-75 in Jharkhand on EPC mode from National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), worth Rs. 235.90 crore, while the third order was worth Rs. 257.40 crore for rehabilitation and upgradation of Ajanta-Buldhana-Khamgaon-Shegaon-Deori Road in Maharashtra on EPC basis from Public Works Department (PWD), Maharashtra.
Sunil Gutte, the Managing Director, Sunil HiTech Engineers said that the Public Works Department (PWD) of Maharashtra had awarded the company a contract worth Rs 308.16 crore for rehabilitation & upgradation of Nanded-Bhokar-Himayatnagar-Kinwat-Sarkhani-Mahur-Arni-Road to two-lanes with paved shoulders in Maharashtra on EPC basis.
He further stated that the Company has received Letter of Award in regards to and will sign the EPC agreement soon. He opined that these orders shall help the organization consolidate their position in road and infrastructure segment.
He added that these orders will assist the company to step up their business in other verticals like roads and building construction other than power related tasks, moving towards becoming an infrastructure conglomerate.