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DS Const bags NHAI project

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New Delhi , July 10

DS Constructions Ltd today announced that it has bagged a project that includes four-laning of the Gwalior-Jhansi section on NH-75 by the NHAI on Build-Operate-Transfer (annuity) basis.

The 80.127-km long project will be constructed at a cost of Rs 650 crore over a concession period of 20 years, which include construction period of 30 months.

According to Mr M.S. Narula, Managing Director, DS Constructions, "With this project our order book stands in excess of Rs 4,000 crore in the roads, highways and expressway sector. "

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