Supreme Infrastructure India’s subsidiary - Supreme Infra Projects (SIPPL) has completed the construction of the Patiala Nabha Malerkotla (PNM) Road project on a DBFOT basis. The company has commenced tolling operations on June 24, 2012. The project was awarded by Punjab Industrial Development Board (PIDB) and in August 2011 was taken over by SIPPL from the original concessionaire.
The project is worth Rs 94 crore with a concession period of 13.5 years. The total length of the road is approximately 56 kms. The EPC work was executed by Supreme Infrastructure India. With this, the company has achieved operational status of its 2nd Road BOT Project in India and its 1st Road BOT project in Punjab outside Maharashtra.
Supreme Infrastructure India is engaged in the construction of highways, roads and bridges and engineering works. It also manufactures crushed metals, ready-mix concrete, asphalt and wet mix macadam. The company has been formed to undertake engineering works of unrestricted value with most of the government departments, public and private sector organizations.