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Era Infra Engineering bags order worth Rs 32.20 crore

Era Infra Engineering, an integrated infrastructure company with pan India presence has secured a contract for construction of heritage institute of medical sciences at NH-2, Bhadawar, Varanasi by Heritage Hospitals valuing Rs 32.20 crore.

Recently, the company bagged contract worth Rs 49.64 crore from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India.

Era Infra Engineering, incorporated in September 1990, is the flagship company of the Era Group. The company is a growing construction company with a pan-India presence and has experience in various kinds of construction projects such as power, housing, road, industrial and aviation.

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