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Epc Agreement Nhai

Dilip Buildcon rose 1.36% to 409.70 aff. after the company`s joint venture with the engineering firm HCC (HCC-DBL) reached an agreement with the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for an EPC project in Bihar. Capital Market Updated August 21, 2020 15:32 STI The project includes the construction of a new link in Jharkhand, including the Ganga Bridge, and the construction of the Manihari bypass and the widening of the NH-131A from Km 5,500 (Km 34,100 from NH-131A) to Km 6,000 (Km 34,600 from NH-13 1A) in Bihar on 4 standard lane. The cost of the proposed bid is EUR 1,900.08 billion and the completion period is 48 months, as the company indicated in a BSE submission tabled during market hours today. Dilip Buildcon is active in engineering and construction facilities (EPC). The company supports the contracts of several government and other parties, as well as ad hoc vehicles supported by the company. She works in the construction and engineering contract segment. On a consolidated basis, Dilip Buildcon`s net income jumped 127% at March 4, 2020 to Rs 190.98 and increased by 6.1% in the fourth quarter of 2019 to 2,729.66 kronor. (This story was not edited by Business Standard employees and was generated automatically from a syndicated feed.) Business Standard has always strived to provide up-to-date information and feedback on developments that interest you and have broader political and economic implications for the country and the world. Your constant encouragement and feedback on how to improve our offering has only strengthened our determination and commitment to these ideals. Even in these difficult times arising from Covid-19, we continue to commit to keeping you informed with credible news, relevant views and concise comments on current issues.

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