Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi lays the foundation stones for new highway projects worth Rs 2995 crore from Madurai – Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India
Indian PM Modi has dedicated to the nation and laid the foundation stones for national highway projects worth Rs 2995 crore in Kanyakumari. We are responsible for the reinforced soil walls at 10 locations in this important project.
Kanyakumari, also known as Cape Comorin during British rule, in the state of Tamil Nadu, has received a major infrastructural boost for seamless road connectivity. Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi has dedicated to the nation and laid the foundation stones for as many as five national highways projects worth Rs 2995 crore in Kanyakumari. He also launched a road safety park and transport museum as well. These developmental projects will provide much-needed enhanced connectivity for the coastal town of Kanyakumari and will provide economic benefit across the southern state of India.
Our MacRes wall features at 10 different locations and the total facia area comes to 1.56 Lakhs Sqm. This is a major achievement for us in this southern part of India. It includes 10 rail over bridges (ROB) and one vehicle under pass (VUP).
The Prime Minister dedicated to the nation, the two/four lanes of the Madurai-Ramanathapuram section of National Highway (NH)-87 (the old NH-49) in the Madurai, Sivaganga, and Ramanathapuram districts, as well as a flyover at Marthandam and Parvathipuram junctions of NH-47 in the Kanyakumari district, four lanes from Panagudi to Kanyakumari section of NH-44 (the old NH-7) and the Narikulam Tank portion in Kanyakumari district. The PM also laid the foundation stone for the four-lanes of the Madurai-Chettikulam-Natham section of NH-785 in the Madurai and Dindigul district.