Lahore: The Punjab government will spend PKR 130.73 million on the beautification and rehabilitation of Sagian Road bypass and Phool Mandi. Under the project, the entry and exit points of the interchange will be beautified.
The government has allocated a work order to the lowest bidder for the project. HRD Construction won the bid at PKR 130.75 million. The project is slated to be finished within three months. As per the detailed demand, the contractors will decorate the access and exit end with artwork, painting of roadside bars, and plantations on both sides of the road.
The work order for the project was given by Lahore Development Authority’s (LDA) Chief Engineer-II, Mazhar Hussain. LDA Chief Muhammad Ali Randhawa visited the Sagain Road interchange project construction site and examined the ongoing construction work. The chief declared that 55% of the development work worth PKR 3.40 billion had been completed.
The contractor will build a 4.4-kilometer road on both sides from Ravi Bridge to Phool Mandi Chowk, a 1.2-kilometer road from Phool Mandi Chowk to Lahore Shiekhupura road, and a 3.1-kilometer road from Phool Mandi Chowk to the Faizpur Interchange. Additionally, sewerage work in the region will also be constructed to determine the long-standing water issue. Moreover, the completion of the project would assist 100,000 automobiles every day.
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