Mahipat Lal Patel got a new bridge project In Odisha



Mahipat Lal Patel, Construction of Bridge over river Brahmani at 5.10KM on Rajamunda to Dareikela road in the district of Sundargarh under BAY. The project is by CE RW I. The project is estimated at 41 Cr.


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Eastern India is home to the Indian state of Odisha, which served as the official name up until 2011. By area, it is the eighth-largest state, and by population, it is the eleventh-largest. The number of scheduled tribes in the state is the third highest in all of India.

It shares borders with the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to the south, West Bengal and Jharkhand to the north, and Chhattisgarh to the west.

Odisha’s coastline along the Bay of Bengal in the Indian Ocean stretches for 485 kilometres (301 mi).There are two operating airports, 17 airstrips, and 16 helipads in Odisha. In May 2018, the Jharsuguda airport underwent an expansion to become a fully functional domestic airport.

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In an effort to increase intrastate and interstate civil aviation, the government of Odisha is also planning five greenfield airports at Angul, Dhamra, Kalinganagar, Paradeep, and Rayagada. Existing aerodromes at Barbil, Gopalpur, Jharsuguda and Rourkela were also to be upgraded.

The Dhamra Port Company Limited plans to build Dhamra Airport 20 km from Dhamra Port. Air Odisha, is Odisha’s sole air charter company based in Bhubaneswar.

Mahipat Lal Patel

Project Details : Construction of Bridge over river Brahmani at 5.10KM on Rajamunda to Dareikela road in the district of Sundargarh under BSY.//Tender Online-03/2022-23 ( Bridges)

Department Name : CE RW I/2022_CERWI_78064_1

Value of Project : Rs. 417942815.9

Financial Bid Opening date : 12-Sep-2022 06:41 PM

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How do the road help the economy ?

Road improvements in particular are essential for Rural Development. It is an essential step in the process of reducing poverty because it gives people who most need it access to secure, cheap, accessible, and sustainable transportation systems.