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Supreme Infra bags new work orders
Declared L1 for orders in East India.

-  Bags new orders in East India Zone worth `274.49-cr where it has been declared L1.
-  Bags new orders in North India Zone worth `173.29-cr for construction of EWS houses.
-  Bags new orders in West India Zone worth `170.91-cr for roads and a temple.


Supreme Infrastructure India Limited (SIIL), has added orders worth `344.2-cr., besides being declared L1 for orders worth `274.49-cr. Company officials have said that they have won a work order in East India zone, totalling `274.49-cr. SIIL has been declared L1 for Rehabilitation and Resettlement Colony for displaced families at Kosala, Chendipada Block, Angul, Odisha. The order size is `39.14-cr.
SIIL has also been declared L1 for the design and construction of semi-underground reservoir and booster pumping station at Chetla, Kolkata, worth `15.98-cr.
The Company will be working on the strengthening and widening of Sisai-Basai, Gumla, Jharkand Road having a total length of 37.775km. The order size is `45.32-cr. SIIL would also be working on the Strengthening and Widening of Chakulia–Mathani stretch in Jamshedpur, Jharkand. The total length of the road is 27.6 km, and the order size is `27.57-cr.
The other project that the Company has bagged is for the improvement and upgradation of SH-32, Borhola–Goronga patch, Assam near Guwahati. The total length of the patch is 12.35 km. Order size is `29.410cr. SIIL will also work on the improvement and upgradation of SH-3, Morigaon–Nagaon patch, Assam near Guwahati. The total length of the patch is 35.13 km, and the order size is `69.76-cr.
Besides the above, SIIL will work on the improvement and upgradation of SH-31, Jorhat–Morioini patch, Assam near Guwahati. The total length of the patch is 47.31 km, and the order size is `47.31-cr.
On the North India Zone, SIIL has won orders worth `173.29-cr, where it would construct 4560 EWS houses as part of low-cost housing for urban poor/slum rehabilitation. The order size is `173.29-cr. The order is expected to be executed by December 2013.
The Company has also bagged orders worth `170.91-cr, which involves the widening of Shirsad-Ambadi road with bridges, in Mahrashtra, the widening and improvement of Shirsad–Ambadi road, SH-40 having road length of 22.70 km along with bridges for 2+2 lanes. The order size is `94.79-cr. The Company will also work for strengthening and resurfacing of roads in Thane, Maharashtra. The order size is `56.12-cr, and is expected to be executed in six months.
Moreover, SIIL has bagged the order for the construction of Iskon Temple at Kharghar, Mumbai, Mahrashtra, worth `20-cr.
Commenting on this development, Vikram B Sharma, Managing Director, Supreme Infrastructure India Ltd said, “We are extremely proud to bag orders from three different zones of the country which has helped us mark our presence nationally. We have bagged these orders from diversified segments, which reflect the efficiency of our work and our capabilities. These orders will also help us to strengthen our order book effectively.”

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