PWD News

Maharashtra: Fake invoices used to bag road contracts; House panel raps PWD over gross irregularities, inaction

It rapped the department for inaction against contractors who allegedly used fake invoices to obtain multicrore contracts. In March 2013, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India had first raised the issue

Taking a different turn: Many food places in the Capital are now employing differently-abled people

On World Disability Day, it is heartening to see many restaurants and food giants opening up employment opportunities for the differently-abled and acknowledging their contribution to the businesses.


Bulandshahr: PWD dept gets BJP leaders booked for demolishing boundary wall of govt colony

The boundary walls of DM Colony were rebuilt by the administration Monday, following a directive issued by the district magistrate. The colony has official bungalows of the Bulandshahr district magistrate, SSP, and other senior police and administrative officials.

Shivaji memorial: Govt asks L&T to start work minus technical panel nod

With this, the project deadline has been extended by almost seven and a half months and its cost has shot up by Rs 643 crore before the commencement of work.

Pace of infra work slow, PWD told

The issue came up during a review meeting last month, chaired by the special secretary (health and family welfare) of capital works of hospitals and other health projects.

Maharashtra: Govt buildings save 1.3 million units of power every month, says PWD

Ajay Mathur, director general of The Energy Research Institute and president of the GRIHA Council, told The Indian Express that the retrofitted buildings have helped save 18-27 percent of the energy consumption of these government buildings.


PWD officials directed to visit sites during rains to check waterlogging

During the monsoon season, Delhi witnesses waterlogging on roads, and agencies blame each other for not taking concrete steps to prevent the situation.

PWD seeks more time to treat wet waste, wants fine revoked

The responsibility of managing daily affairs of the government buildings, including Mantralaya, lies with the PWD, which has been asked to pay the penalty and follow the rules.

Work begins on longest skywalk in Delhi

Longer than a foot overbridge, the skywalk will have steel benches, overhead canopies and space for kiosks for people to get refreshments. The skywalk will begin from Pragati Maidan and will have four wings

Government quarters at Fort: 12 employees’ families evicted

Ganesh Munj had saved Tricolour in 2012 Mantralaya fire