Udupi: Navayuga Engineering Sets up Major Stockyard Ahead of NH Expansion Work

Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (RD/CN)

Udupi, Oct 2: As part of the work on the proposed four-lane along National Highway (NH) 17 from Suratkal to Kundapur, near here, one can see that initial preparations are underway alongside the highway in many locations. The construction of culverts and bridges as well as straightening the stretch of NH are going on at a fast pace.

Navayuga Engineering Company, which has secured the contract for four-lane conversion works from Suratkal to Kundapur, a total of 75 kilometers of NH, has set up a massive stockyard of construction
materials at convenient locations in Yadthady near Barkoor and Padubidri, near here close to the NH.

Navayuga has acquired 13 acres of land on lease in Yadthady gram panchayat. If one sees the stockyard, one would be stunned at the mega work going on in a rural location. About 300 construction
workers are working at the facility preparing construction materials for the road and the number of workers will reach 1,000 shortly.

Several divisions are being formed such as ready mixing of concrete, bending steel rods for structural works, and the like. The bulldozers, cranes, forklifts of mega capacity, tippers and dumper trucks, as well
as passenger buses to transport workers from camps to construction sites are parked at the above facility.

The facility will supply all the construction material for the four-lane work. A labour camp and  ccommodations for staff, as well as an office block are being constructed at an estimated cost of Rs
2.5 crore. The company buses will ply to various construction sites transporting labourers and the work is likely to be completed in two-and-a-half years.

The 13 acre plot has a security outpost, weigh bridge, mounds of sand and gravel, steel rods, and new building blocks, which give the impression that a mega project is underway in the rural Yedthady.


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    Tue, Sep 16 2014

    Dear Team,

    Please let me know that are u working on NH-24 project for it broadening.

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  • Sudheendra, Parampalli

    Tue, Mar 20 2012

    Respected Sir,
    I am daily traveller from Kota High school to Surathkal. I am very much impressed by the way the work is organized. The man and machinaries involved in 4 laning of Kundapura - Surathkal highway is quite impressive. I wish you all the best for your work.
    I am requesting you to repair the approach road known as AMBAGILU KERE ROAD near LIONS Eye Hospital - Kota High School. It is very difficult to approach the high way from this road. The soil put in May 2011 was erroded partially and making iy difficult for the vehicles to move there. Also the bushes on both side bloking the vision of highway.
    Kindly repair this at the earliest.

    Waiting for your action and Reply.

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    Tue, Jul 12 2011

    I am diploma civil engineer'

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  • fazil, dxb

    Sat, Oct 02 2010

    Dear Daiji,
    Keep on publishing new s about NH-17 Expansion Works as you did earlier about Manglore Air port, it's soothing mind some thing progressing on our mother land, Jai ho.. Thanks Daiji.

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