Pushpak Chief Engineer brief Governor on border roads condition in Mizoram

Aizawl, 6 Feb (Zoram News): Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati was informed about the progression of the border road construction and servicing works occurring in Mizoram as part of Project Pushpak. This was accompanied by illuminating PowerPoint presentations from Chief Engineer SP Kolipey, which focused on the growth of 8 new border roads and repair work being done to 6 previously existing ones.

Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati was informed about the progression of the border road construction and servicing works occurring in Mizoram as part of Project Pushpak. This was accompanied by illuminating PowerPoint presentations from Chief Engineer SP Kolipey, which focused on the growth of 8 new border roads and repair work being done to 6 previously existing ones.
Governor Hari Babu Kambhampati praised the BRO for their essential contributions in road infrastructure in the state, particularly in border regions. He was delighted that these roads will offer improved access to citizens of the border areas as well as facilitate logistics for troops. Furthermore, he congratulated the BRO for their quick progress during this working season and gave them his full support to help improve connectivity in isolated parts of the state.

He praised the BRO for their hard work in trying to meet the set time frame of their projects, despite facing various difficulties due to external components. Encouraging them to up their game in this limited span of opportunity Mizoram has to offer, he urged them to serve as an ideal example for other firms and contractors. Furthermore, he suggested that Project Pushpak should communicate regularly with the public so as to cultivate a stronger rapport and gain their appreciation.

The Governor expressed his discouragement at other agencies and contractors, utilizing delaying tactics and excuses to push the completion of projects that should be done within 2-3 years out to 6 or more. He urged them to come up with solutions to stick to a given time frame. Additionally, he proposed using plastic waste as a building material via new technology for road making.

As reported, the BRO has road construction projects and maintenance works spread across various parts of Mizoram - from a small stretch within Aizawl to the border areas of a western belt. The southern and eastern parts of the state however, seem to bear the brunt of works concentrated in these areas.

At the briefing, Governor was informed that BRO is building 588.08 km of roads in Mizoram and will be responsible for the maintenance of 307.70 km length roads in the future. Additionally, 22 bridges of 1499.50 meters are being constructed in the state (17 construction projects in progress, 02 bridges currently being planned, and 03 completed).

The CE (P) Pushpak also briefed about the new technologies being used by the BRO in constructing the roads for longer life and the better road surface in the state of Mizoram. The technologies used are as follows:-

  • Use of Cementitious Base (CTB) & Cementitious Sub Base (CTSB)to increase the strength of the surface.
  • Use of Geo Textile, Biological Enzymes and Biaxial Geogrid for stabilization of road surfacing layer.
  • Use of waste plastic coated aggregates to save the environment and increase the longevity of the road surface.

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