Sadbhav Engineering has bagged a
? 12 billion contract from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to develop four lanes on a 98.81km stretch of NH-10 in Haryana. The project has a concession period of 22 years and will be executed on a design-build-finance operate-and-transfer (DBFOT) basis under phase III of the National Highways Development Project. Another project it has been awarded is for the widening of an 80km-long section of NH-210 in Tamil Nadu. The project, worth ? 3.82 billion,is for the development of two lanes on an 80km-long section of the highway, and will also be implemented on a DBFOT annuity basis. The concession period of the programme is 15 years, including a construction period of two years.