Supreme Infrastructure gets Rs 618 cr order

Supreme Infrastructure has secured three orders cumulatively worth Rs 617.7 crore for various construction works, the company said today.

The highest is from National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) - a Rs 337 crore project for two-laning of Chhapra-Rewaghar-Muzaffarpur section of NH-102 in Bihar.

The company has also received a Rs 237 crore order from Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation for improvement of various roads in flexible pavements in the city and its eastern suburbs.

Another Rs 43.7 crore order has been secured from City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra for construction of a road-over-bridge on Nerul-Uran railway line.

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