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Rudrabhishek Enterprises' stock surges ~8% on bagging JJM Project in Jalpaiguri, West Bengal

REPL will develop 21 DPRs to cover 72 communities in Jalpaiguri District's Mal block.

June 21, 2022 2:53 IST | India Infoline News Service
The PHE Directorate, Jalpaiguri Division, West Bengal has appointed Rudrabhishek Enterprises Ltd. (REPL), a leading Delhi-based infrastructure consultancy firm, to prepare a Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the Implementation of the New Piped Water Supply Scheme for uncovered areas under Jalpaiguri District Block-Mal.

REPL will develop 21 DPRs to cover 72 communities in Jalpaiguri District's Mal block.

The government envisages providing a safe and appropriate drinking water supply to residents in their homes in the Jalpaiguri division through this initiative, thereby significantly improving health and living circumstances.

REPL will prepare Piped Water Network Systems, which will include a route survey using a Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) (DGPS). It will also create a water distribution and transmission network layout plan.

According to Dr. Harish Sharma, ED-REPL, "REPL will prepare the supply network for the specified block, including the rising main. All of the components of Pipe Water Supply Schemes (PWSS), such as OHR, TW, Pump House, and so on, will be included in the plans. REPL will develop detailed engineering and design papers, as well as cost estimates and bid documents.

The company is already preparing DPRs for a piped water delivery plan in West Bengal's 'Katwa subdivision of Purba Bardhhaman District' for PHED to service 98 villages."

Besides water supply projects, REPL works on infrastructure and planning projects for both the state and central governments across India. Smart Cities projects, PMAY, BIM consulting, GIS-based master plans, Roads & Highways, street vending designs, and an online building plan approval system are just a few examples.

At around 2.56 PM, Rudrabhishek Enterprises' counter was trading at Rs168.60, up by 7.46% against previous close of Rs156.90 on NSE. So far in the day, it touched intraday high and low of Rs170 and Rs159.95 respectively.

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