Up News: Tenders worth 22 crore were published for development work in Meerut City

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Meerut

Published by: kapil kapil
Updated Wed June 23, 2021 4:31 PM IST

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Tenders worth Rs 22 crore have been issued for the development work of this city in UP. It was said that 11 streets in the city would be built at a cost of Rs 17 crore by the 15th Finance Commission.

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In Meerut, the municipality has started tendering for work under the waste management and air quality improvement program valued at Rs 67 billion. Tenders were published for the construction of 11 roads and four waste transfer stations. The calls for tenders will open on July 6th at 4 p.m. In addition, three outflows were tendered with the remaining funds of the 14th Finance Commission. These tenders will open on June 28th.

The Municipal Corporation last month approved an air quality plan at a cost of Rs 39 billion and a waste management plan at a cost of Rs 25 billion from the funds of the 15th Finance Commission. The company has now started issuing tenders for the work of these two programs. On Tuesday, the air quality program launched tenders for 11 streets in the city at a cost of 17 billion rupees. Money is spent on building roads, repairing tracks, signal boxes, etc. In addition, as part of the waste management program, tenders were drawn up for four waste transfer stations at a price of Rs 70 lakh. In addition, the remaining funds of the 14th Finance Commission are to be used to build three drains at a cost of Rs.3 billion. Tenders were also drawn up for this. These streets are being rejuvenated
Road and siding up to the hut crossing Guru Harikishan School
– Indir Crome Pvt. Ltd. of Accurate Glass in Ward 28 Udyogpuram Industrial Area. GmbH. Road, canal and track construction up to
– Canal and road construction from the Tirupati Hotel to Balaji Steel, Praveen Battery, Mahesh Vatika, Panchavati Laboratory in the Mohkampur Industrial Area Phase One, in the alleys of Oswal Rubber
– Road improvement of the route from Abu Nallah from Ward 60 Victoria Park Nala Bridge to Samrat Havens
– Construction of a hot mix road from Gandhi Ashram to Victoria Park culvert via Phulbagh junction
Road and track construction from the Noornagar intersection to the Anjum Palace
Road construction from Naaz Crockery Center to Dilshad Garden on Shyamnagar Main Street
Road repair and blockade of the route from the Marshall Pitch to the Kasampur Liquor Factory
– Signal box work on the raw siding on both sides of Rohta Street
Road construction from Lakhipura Street No. 28 to Shiva Temple on Fatehullapur Main Street

Four waste transfer stations are being built here

– At Khasra number 3709 from Old Kamela on Hapur Road
– Near the Bachha Park Regen Basera
– To the north of the temple in Mangal Pandeynagar
– On Marshal Square in Nanglatashi Kasampur Village these will be drains
– Construction of the RCC drain from Amit Paints to the Apollo Garage on the main Rohta Road in Ward 22 and 38
– RCC drain from Tejvihar Gate # 1 to the Daffodil Factory on the main Rohta Road
– Construction of the RCC drain in Station No. 26 from Tejgarhi Crossing to the Rangoli Pavilion Bridge

In this way, the garbage is transported from the garbage transfer station
At least 15 tons of garbage are collected in a portable compactor that is set up at the garbage transfer station. The waste from five stations is collected in one place.
The rubbish from door to door is brought to the rubbish transfer station by trains and handcarts. This waste is fed into the compressor.
The compactor filled with garbage is brought to the landfill by hook loader.

The remaining work will also be put out to tender
Waste management and air quality improvement tenders approved by the 15th Finance Commission have been uploaded. These will open next July 6th. At the same time, the 14th Finance Commission, which will open on July 28, also tendered three drains for construction. Calls for tenders for the remaining work of the program will also be published shortly. – Manish Bansal, Municipal Commissioner, Municipal Corporation Meerut

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In Meerut, the municipality has started tendering for work under the waste management and air quality improvement program valued at Rs 67 billion. Tenders were published for the construction of 11 roads and four waste transfer stations. The calls for tenders will open on July 6th at 4 p.m. In addition, three outflows were tendered with the remaining funds of the 14th Finance Commission. These tenders will open on June 28th.

The Municipal Corporation last month approved an air quality plan at a cost of Rs 39 billion and a waste management plan at a cost of Rs 25 billion from the funds of the 15th Finance Commission. The company has now started issuing tenders for the work of these two programs. On Tuesday, the air quality program launched tenders for 11 streets in the city at a cost of 17 billion rupees. Money is spent on building roads, repairing tracks, signal boxes, etc. In addition, as part of the waste management program, tenders were drawn up for four waste transfer stations at a price of Rs 70 lakh. In addition, three drains are to be built from the remaining funds of the 14th Finance Commission at a cost of Rs.3 billion. Tenders were also drawn up for this.

These streets are being rejuvenated

Road and siding up to the hut crossing Guru Harikishan School

– Indir Crome Pvt. Ltd. of Accurate Glass in Ward 28 Udyogpuram Industrial Area. GmbH. Road, sewer and track construction up to

– Canal and road construction from the Tirupati Hotel to Balaji Steel, Praveen Battery, Mahesh Vatika, Panchavati Laboratory in the Mohkampur Industrial Area Phase One, in the alleys of Oswal Rubber

– Road improvement of the route from Abu Nallah from Ward 60 Victoria Park Nala Bridge to Samrat Havens

– Construction of a hot mix road from Gandhi Ashram to Victoria Park culvert via Phulbagh junction

Road and track construction from the Noornagar intersection to the Anjum Palace

Road construction from Naaz Crockery Center to Dilshad Garden on Shyamnagar Main Street

Road repair and blockade of the route from the Marshall Pitch to the Kasampur Liquor Factory

– Signal box work on the raw siding on both sides of Rohta Street

Road construction from Lakhipura Street No. 28 to Shiva Temple on Fatehullapur Main Street

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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