Mumbai, Apr 20: Supreme Infrastructure on yesterday said it has bagged two orders worth Rs 283 crore in its road BOT and buildings verticlas.
The Punjab Public Works Department has awarded Rs 117 crore project for development of ‘Kotkapura-Muktsar road’ in Punjab on design, build, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT) basis, the company said in a statement.
The project has been awarded to a joint venture led by Supreme with SPML Infra. The EPC work of the project, which will be housed in a special purpose vehicle (SPV), will be executed by Supreme, the release said.
The second contract worth Rs 166 crore, includes construction of a five-storey building under JNNURM for slum dwellers at Bhalaswa Jahangir Puri in New Delhi, the work on which will be completed in 18 months.
The scope of the work involves internal water supply, sanitary installation, internal electrification and external roads, paths, water supply, drainage, parks and boundary wall.
“We are happy to bag orders again from North India. We have a strong belief in our capabilities which help us to work more effectively. These orders will help strengthen our order book,” Managing Director of the company Vikram Sharma said.