Supreme Infrastructure Secures Road Works


News: Indian company Supreme Infrastructure secured deals worth INR6.18bn (USD102.63mn) in Bihar and Maharashtra, according to a statement issued by the company (Infrawindow). The firm won a INR3.37bn (USD55.97mn) project from National Highway Authority of India and will expand the Chhapra-Rewaghar-Muzaffarpur section of NH-102 into two lanes. Supreme also secured a INR2.37bn (USD39.36mn) order from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation in Maharashtra, and will install flexible pavements on roads in the city and its eastern suburbs. It has also won a INR437mn (USD7.26mn) deal from City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra to build a bridge over the Nerul-Uran railway line.

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