Karnataka Road Development Corporation Limited

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Karnataka Road Development Corporation (KRDCL) was incorporated on 21st of July 1999 as a wholly owned Government of Karnataka Company as per the Provisions of the Company's Act, 1956. KRDCL is a company under the Public Works, Ports & Inland Water Transport Department. This Company was established to promote surface infrastructure by taking up Road Works, Bridges etc., and to improve road network by taking up construction widening and strengthening of roads, construction of bridges, maintenance of roads etc., and to take up projects on BOT, BOOT, BOLT.

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Hon'ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Karnataka

Shri B.S. Yediyurappa

Hon'ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Karnataka

"The World including India has seen rapid urbanization requiring building up of huge infrastructures in Health, Water Supply and Sanitation, Housing and Transportation etc., requiring the Govt to make huge investments on infrastructure. Safe Roads Builds the Nation. Accidents do not happen but they are caused. Remember your dear one waiting for you at your home hence drive safely to save lives as in accidents families of both victim and causer will suffer. "

Hon'ble PWD Minister, Govt. of Karnataka

Shri Govind M Karajol

Hon'ble Deputy Chief Minister & PWD Minister, Govt. of Karnataka

"No infrastructure is costlier than not having any infrastructure in the State. Not only community suffers with lingering projects, it is huge burden on Govt., exchequer. Engineers are advised to carry out due diligence during preparation of DPR and also during implementation of the projects and are encouraged to take risks to innovate the projects and work methods for time and cost savings."

Chairman

Shri Govind M Karajol

Chairman, KRDCL

Managing Director, KRDCL

Shri B.S. Shivakumar

Managing Director, KRDCL

"Better road network for faster economic growth........"

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