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Four laning of Cholopuram - Thanjavur from km. 116.440 to 164.275 section of NH - 45 C in the state of Tamilnadu under NHDP - IV on Hybrid Annuity Mode. (The Project).

Project At

Bid Project Cost :-
Rs. 1345.60 Cr.
Prject Start Date :- 06.09.2018
Project execution period :- 2 Years
Operation & Maintenance :- 15 Years
Length of the Project Highway :- 47.835 Km
Client :- National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)
Concessionaire :- Patel Cholopuram-Thanjavur Highway Pvt. Ltd.
Independent Engineer :- Theme Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd.
Lenders :- Punjab National Bank
Lenders Independent Engineer :- Sardul Techno-Financial Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd.

Proposal for Improved Connectivity.

The Cholopuram to Thanjavur section of this NH-45C is an important link to connect Metropolitan city of Chennai to the religious and tourist places of Kumbakonam, Thanjavur, Tiruchirapalli Districts. The project is proposed to decongest the road side development with features of Cholopuram & Pappnasham town bypasses, The highway is also expected to provide improved connectivity to other religious places & other major cities like Thanjavur, Rameswaram, Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, etc.

Time Line.

Letter Of Award


Financial Closure

Appointed Date

Schedule Completion Date

(15 Years)
O & M Period

Existing Project Site.

The Existing Site of the Two-Lane Project Highway comprises the section of National Highway 36 (Proposed New NH 45C) commencing from km 111.000 to km 164.615 i.e. Cholapuram to Thanjavur section in the State of Tamil Nadu. The construction package for the project includes developing the existing two lane carriageway to four lane from Cholapuram existing km 111.000 to Thanjavur existing km 164.615. By constructing Cholopuram & Papnasham town bypasses for faster congestion free connectivity. An Index Map and location plan of the project highway is given as below-


Development of Project Highway Photographs each week.