The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has entrusted VRC Construction with a significant endeavor, involving the Four Laning expansion of NH-71 from Km. 307.000 to Km. 347.800 in Haryana. Adopting the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) approach under the Bharatmala initiative, NHAI is spearheading this transformative project. With a budget estimated at 510.97 crores, VRC Construction is elated to secure this project, reaffirming its stature as a preeminent infrastructure entity in India.
The construction timeline spans 1.5 years from the appointment date. VRC Construction is unwaveringly committed to adhering to this schedule while upholding top-tier quality standards. The Four Laning venture holds the promise of upgrading the NH-71 segment, paving the way for enhanced connectivity and streamlined traffic movement. This, in turn, is poised to yield substantial benefits for both the populace and the economy of Haryana.
By embarking on this strategic venture, NHAI, and VRC Construction jointly aspire to facilitate smoother travel, stimulate economic growth, and bolster the overall infrastructure landscape. As progress unfolds, it is anticipated that this collaboration will leave a lasting positive imprint on the region’s development trajectory.
|Name of the Project
|Four Laning of Rohtak–Jind Section from Km 307.000 to Km 347.800 of NH–71 and connecting link from Km 347.800 of NH-71 to Km 9+400 of NH-71A (Balance work) on EPC Mode under Bharatmala (left out in NHDP) in the State of Haryana
|Name of the Client
|National Highways Authority of India
|Work Executed By
|VRC Constructions (India) Private Limited
|Construction Cost (in INR)
|Construction Start Date
|Construction Completion Date