Aparna Enterprises has been recently awarded key government tenders for various prestigious projects across Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Collectively these projects would require supply for building materials including Ready Mix Concrete (RMC), Recycled Concrete Aggregates (RCA), Double Charged Vitrified Tiles and uPVC doors, windows and profiles. The approximate tender value of these 8 key projects across regions would be around 10 cr.
In Telangana, development of Rail Under Bridge (RUB) in South Central Hyderabad and flyover construction in Lalaguda and Hitechcity requires 4000 Cu M3 of Ready Mix Concrete. Additionally, DRDO project at Kanchanbagh requires RMC / RCA while uPVC products are required for Tribal Welfare Department development. In Andhra Pradesh, the ender has been sanctioned for the supply of 3L sq ft double charged vitrified tiles for the Collectorate Buildings. Furthermore, uPVC products and double charged vitrified tiles are required for the development of Munugu University (AP Govt) project.
Speaking on the recently awarded projects, Mr. Ashwin Reddy, Managing Director, Aparna Enterprises Ltd. said “Aparna Enterprises has always believed in raising the bar for expectations and quality. We take pride in being recognized as a trusted building material provider for key government projects. It is encouraging to see that over the years Vitero Tiles, Aparna RMC, Aparna Venster and Okotech have become brand of preference for various projects across the country. With the thrust for smart cities and better infrastructure, we have recognized opportunities that we will leverage across the country.”
In Tamil Nadu, the requirement is for 8000 sq ft of double charged vitrified tiles for Chennai airport and 10K sq ft double charged vitrified tiles for DRDO. In Karnataka, 8000 sq ft of double charged vitrified tiles has already been supplied for the development of Karnataka railways and requirement for 50,000 sq ft tiles is expected soon. More demand is expected for various building materials in the recently awarded projects in the coming months as well.