At Bhingrol village (district Amreli), an overhead tank with a capacity of 10 lakh liters was constructed for the Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board in 2001-02.
We proudly announce that, we have successfully completed 41.405 Km. rigid pavement road project at Tapa-Bathinda, Punjab.
After 2001 Gujarat earthquake, the heritage structure, 90 years old Jamnagar Circuit House was severely damaged, its exquisite Roman architectural features were retrofitted and strengthen by us.
The construction order has been awarded to
M/S Patel Infrastructure Limited through bidding process.
Value of Work is Rs. 722.27 Crores (Rupees Seven Hundred Twenty Two Crores and Twenty Seven Lakh only).
Value of Work is Rs. 393.65 Crores (Rupees Three Hundred Ninety Three Crores and Sixty Five Lakh only).
Value of Work is Rs.338.00 Crore (Rupees Three Hundred Thirty Eight Crores Only).
Value of Work is Rs.381.00 Crore (Rupess Three Hundred Eighty One Crores Only).
Value of Work Rs. 257.00 Crores (Rupees Two Hundred Fifty Seven Crores only).
Value of Work is Rs. 92.36 Crores (Rupees Ninety Two Crores and Thirty Six Lakh only).
Value of Work is Rs. 70.69 Crores (Rupees Seventy Crores and Sixty Nine Lakh only).
Value of Work Rs.1464.99 Cr. (Rupees One Thousand Four Hundred Sixty Four Crores and Ninety Nice Lacs )
Value of work Rs. 1712.00 Crore (Rupees one thousand seven hundred twelve crores).
Value of Work is Rs. 1345.60 Crores (Rupees One Thousand Three Hundred Forty Five Crores and Sixty Lakh only).
Value of Work is Rs. 1461.00 Crores (Rupees One Thousand Four Hundred Sixty One Crores only).
Value of Work is Rs. 1123.63 Crores (Rupees One Thousand One Hundred Twenty Three Crores and Sixty Three Lakh only).
The history of human civilization could well have begun with the development of pathways and roads for the movement of Men, Material and Machinery, the lifeline of nation building, would not have been possible without arterial roads to facilitate transport.
We understand that the most effective way of adding value to build environment is road construction. The construction and maintenance of roads has been and shall remain a capital-intensive continuous process that is at core of any development activity.
In 1999-2000, PIL made a foray into Highway construction with Vadodara- Halol Road Project. After that, there has been no looking back. PIL has taken the initiative with dedication and motivation while working on maintenance and construction of the highways; keeping in mind the safety of workers working for the company as well as the road users. At the same time, we also have ensured optimum utilization of manpower and machinery so as to complete the project within a stipulated budget, best quality and within prescribed time limit.
Enhanced quality and keeping ourselves continuously updated with technology in terms of material, machinery and process, testing of raw materials and products has given us a competitive edge in the market by repetitive orders from satisfied clients as well as road and highway users. Further, the company has continuously worked towards social responsibility by keeping their workers happy, well fed and safe.
Reaching out, providing much needed connectivity, PIL is steadily and consistently strengthening the nation's infrastructure. Every step in this journey is a celebration of its commitment to the country and its people. In fact, the journey is itself the destination!
Finally, our strength lies in our belief that "EVERY MILE STONE IS OUR VALUE"
Bridges symbolize connectivity, a metaphor for man's insatiable desire to arch over difficulties and bring the unreachable within his reach.
Civilizations have been erased, cultures have evolved, but ancient bridges have withstood the test of time. The remains speak of the designing skills and technological acumen of the architects even today.
The company started construction of bridges in the year of 2002 and since then our technocrats have continuously worked for the success of Patel Bridge Nirman Ltd. (PBNPL), a subsidiary of Patel Infrastructure Limited.
PBNPL's contribution to bridge building is a tribute to the great men whose lofty and majestic structures have left an imprint. Among its achievements, the Railway overbridge near Chikhodara (Anand), Gujarat is worth mentioning. In its construction, the concept of Reinforced Earth Technology was used.
Another imposing structure erected by PIL is the Foot Over Bridge at Ahmedabad bypass, NH-08. This heavy FOB near the express highway junction is made of steel, a total of 145.00 MT of steel has gone into its construction.
Seeking cover against the forces of nature, prehistoric man took shelter in grottoes. But wherever he lived, whatever his means, man always left his imprint on his habitat, devising and designing dwellings that matched his needs.
The cave paintings of Alta Mira in Spain, the planned cities of Mohenjo-daro, the Colosseum of Rome, all stand testimony to man's artistic and architectural skills.
A host of highly specialized skills were employed to create buildings that are miracles.
Aided by the march of time, as civilizations advanced, simple all-purpose edifices gave way to specific structures suiting multifarious needs of growing human societies: industries, educational institutes, community and medical centers, airports and railway terminals, each inspired a structure that was unique. Over the years, PIL has distinct itself in designing and constructing buildings of varying styles for different purposes. The variety of construction work undertaken by the company speaks volumes about its versatility.
The State water data center-Gandhinagar, with its spectacularly authentic view, was constructed in Year 1999. The well-equipped educational campuses of the English medium school near Borsad town and the Vrajbhoomi Vidyapeeth at Mogar, Anand, are also worth mentioning.
PIL is into construction of buildings since 1972 keeping pace with technology. At times, various types and sizes of buildings become a symbol of dedication for technology adaption and quality.
Every conceivable facility, viz. Technology Bhavan, L.R.C. Bhavan, Students Amenity Centre, workshops, hostel, principal's bungalow, staff quarters, guest houses, water supply distribution systems are included in its precints. Besides, PIL has built various categories of staff quarters, both low-rise and high-rise, for the Medical College at Rajkot.
Significantly, PIL has contributed in yet another way, both to the state of Gujarat and to the Nation. In the wake of the terrible earthquake in January 2001, heritage structures like the 90 years old Jamnagar Circuit house building was severely damaged and adhering to the stipulations of the Government of Gujarat its exquisite Roman architectural features were retrofitted and strengthened while its original splendour was retained by us.