REPL bagged contracts for Uttarakhand Water Supply Schemes and GIS-based master plans for AP towns

By Accommodation Times Bureau

NEW DELHI:

Rudrabhishek Enterprises Limited (REPL), has been roped in to prepare detailed project reports (DPR) for proposed water supply scheme in five peri-urban towns in the state of Uttarakhand and also been roped-in by Andhra Pradesh Government to prepare Geographic Information System (GIS)-based master plans for four urban local bodies (ULBs) in the state.

The detailed project reports (DPR) for proposed water supply scheme in five peri-urban towns include Jeevangarh, Nathanpur, Gumaniwala, Nathuwawala and Pratit Nagar in the state of Uttarakhand where water supply scheme is to be implemented. The contract has been awarded by Uttarakhand Jal Sansthan, which is implementing the project with the financial assistance from the World Bank. The project will be implemented by the Department of Drinking Water & Sanitation (DDWS) and its line agencies Uttarakhand Peyjal Nigam (UJN), Uttrakhand Jal Sansthan (UJS), and the Project Management Unit (PMU)-Swajal.

While, The Geographic Information System (GIS)-based master plan will be prepared for four urban local bodies (ULBs) in the state of Andhra Pradesh — Narasaraopet, Piduguralla, Vinukonda and Addanki. This contract has been awarded by the state government’s Directorate of Town and Country Planning, which is undertaking preparation of master plans for ULBs to ensure planned development of towns and their surrounding areas. The scope of the contracted work includes collecting relevant data, analyzing available base maps and existing land use.





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