The National High Authority of India (NHAI) has proposed the development of the 4-lane road to a 6-lane road. The project will also include the construction of a 4-lane dedicated Port Road for the Port connectivity road from Convent junction to Sheelanagar junction in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Proposed under the ‘Engineering, Procurement and Construction’ (EPC) mode the project will empower the highway infrastructure of Andhra Pradesh.
NHAI Six Lane Port Connectivity Road
The NHAI has extended the bid submission date till 20th July 2022. Currently, the project is in the pre-construction stage, with the construction work finishing in 2023. With a total cost of INR 462 crores, the road will span across a total length of 10.485 km from the Convent junction to Sheelanagar Junction.
The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has awarded the contract to SM Consultants, for this project. The Company will provide the Detailed Project Report (DPR), and the Feasibility report and take care of major financial decisions pertaining to the construction of the project.
Key Project Details
|Name of the Project
|Construction of NHAI Six Lane of the Port Connectivity Road
|Name of the Developer
|S M Consultants
|Year of Construction Commencement
|Year of Construction Completion
|Total Length (in km)
|Total Project Cost
|INR 462 crores
|Roads & Highways
S. M. Consultants
Committed to providing timely and quality services for maintaining trust and confidence of the client, S.M. Consultants Pvt. Ltd. continues to improve the internal workflow for better quality output. Their emphasis is on providing a diligent monitoring mechanism from inception to delivery to achieve better quality output.
They have a presence in many States and Union Territories of the country and are proud to have left their contribution to the infrastructure growth witnessed in India. The Company believes in providing the best services and exceeding the best as they feel their best is the next. In their aspiration to excel, the company believes to gather experience with every delivery and improvise, keeping abreast with technological advancement.
National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) was set up by an act of the Parliament, NHAI Act 1988. The Act is referred to as, “An Act to provide the construction of an Authority for the development, maintenance and management of national highways and for the matter connected therewith or incidental thereto”. It has been entrusted with the National Highways Development Project, which, along with other minor projects, has vested in it 50,329 km of National Highways for development, maintenance, and management.
The aim is to ensure that all contract awards and procurements conform to the best industry practices regarding the transparency of the process. This includes the adoption of bid criteria to ensure healthy competition in the award of contracts and implementation of projects.
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