Amar Infra JV Awarded Ismailabad – Ambala Expressway’s Contract

Amar Infrastructure – PS Constructions JV last Monday was awarded a Rs. 283.67 crore contract to upgrade the 42.5 km Ismailabad – Ambala section of National Highway NH-152 into an expressway.

This 4 lane access-controlled brownfield highway project by National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in Haryana forms the northern part of the 313 km Ambala – Kotputli Economic Corridor. It will become a natural extension of the 227 km Trans Haryana Expressway (NH-152D) which became operational in 2022 connecting Gangheri – Narnaul.

The upgraded highway will feature grade separated structures (flyovers) and service roads to separate high-speed and local traffic. Its Detailed Project Report (DPR) was prepared by SA Infrastructure Consultants in 2022.

NHAI had invited tenders for its construction contract under Bharatmala Pariyojna (BMP)’s (Lot 4 / Package 1) in early-January 2023 with a 2 year deadline. Technical bids were opened in early March to reveal 9 bidders and financial bids were opened on March 21.

Below I’ve shown only the lowest 5 bidders’ values.

Financial Bid Values

FirmBid (Rs. Crore)
Amar Infra – PS Constructions2,83.67
Kaluwala Construction Company328.95
Ram Kumar Contractor Private Ltd.358.00
Ganeshgaria Construction Pvt. Ltd.363.86
Dineshchandra R Agrawal Infracon Pvt. Ltd.368.37

Brief Scope: Upgradation of existing 4 lane Ismailabad-Ambala section of NH152 (Km 0.000 to Km 42.500) (Part of Ambala-Kotputli Corridor) to 4 lane access controlled stretch by providing grade separated structures and service roads under BMP-I in Haryana on EPC Mode.

Location of Ismailabad and Ambala on NH-152

This expressway will be connected to the upcoming 6 lane Ambala Ring Road. A few weeks ago Ram Kumar Contractor had won the contract for its 22.5 km Phase 2.

For more updates, check out the Expressway section or my Home Page! Sign up for free instant email notifications on new posts over here. Like this post? Get early-access to updates and support the site over here.


written by

Global traveler who prefers mass rapid transit

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *