REPL, a Delhi-based infrastructure consultancy firm, has bagged three different orders from the State Governments of Odisha, Assam, and Uttarakhand. The company has received projects for architectural and engineering consultancy for Eklavya Model Residential Schools in Odisha, street vending plan in Assam and GIS-based master plan for Haldwani, Uttarakhand.
REPL will provide architectural and engineering consultantcy services for construction of 11 Eklavya Model residential schools in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha for Hindustan Steelworks Construction. The project cost is approx Rs 319 cr.
For Assam, REPL’s subsidiary, Rudrabhishek Infosystem (RIPL) will provide the consultancy for preparation of city street vending plans for 24 districts in two phases for Assam State Urban Livelihoods Mission Society (ASULMS). This project will address the concerns of urban street vendors by facilitating access to suitable spaces for vending, institutional credit, improved skills and social security linkages. Through implementation, public will also experience good pedestrian access, parking space and improved civic amenities under this development plan.
REPL will prepare GIS-based master plan of Haldwani under AMRUT scheme with design standards of National Urban Information System (NUIS) for State Mission Directorate of Uttarakhand. The preparation of the master plan will include aspects of employment generating activities, industries, retail and malls, educational facilities, medical facilities and several other community facilities.
Pradeep Misra, CMD-REPL, said, “The pace of development which our country is witnessing is remarkable and we intend to participate through our expertise. Our experience of handling various critical projects across the infrastructure sector will enable us in executing these projects with greater efficiency. Modern approach by bringing the latest technologies and implementation strategies will help us to deliver the best of the outcome in the given time frame towards successful interated urban developmnet”.