Employees are our brain, hands and legs, treat them as our own limbs. As our HRD Policy
Never compromise on quality for economic benefits. As our Marketing & Quality Policy
Feedback from grass root level is valuable, respect it.As our Management Policy
Account each penny, donate generously.As our finance Policy
Treat creditors as Assets, not as liabilities.As our Business Policy

Patel Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.

Patel Infrastructure Private Limited (PIPL) is a Gujarat based one of the leading Infrastructure construction company having its Head Office at Rajkot (Gujarat-India) & it's Corporate Office at Anand and having Branch Office at Ahmedabad, then finacial capital of Gujarat. The company was founded in 1972 by Late Shree Vitthalbhai G. Patel and presently the company is being managed by Shree Pravinbhai Patel, the Chairman of PIPL and his team. PIPL is involved in the construction of roads, dams, bridges, pipelines, public utility buildings and offers services like toll collections, maintenance of highways etc. PIPL has executed major projects of over Rs. 650 Cr. in last ten years across segments including buildings, road/highways, bridges, pipelines etc. and having order worth Rs. 750 Crores on hand. Turnover of PIPL for the last financial year 2013-14 was Rs. 818.59 Crore.

Milestones

OPRC project SH 12 A (World Bank funded),Punjab

Output and performance based road contract which was executed in Newzealand for the first time. The India was 2nd in the queue and PIPL was the first in the queue of concessionaire.

Green Building Jilla Seva Sadan, Vyara

Green building concept was introduced in government building and for very first time was executed by PIPL.

4 lanning of sardar patel ring road, Ahmedabad

Converting/Execution of Sardar Patel Ring Road (SPRR) to Four Lanes from two lanes. Resulting for PIPL to enter into '150 Crore Club' of Road Infrastructure Development Contractors companies.

Water and Land Management Institute [WALMI]

The first project which was executed by the second generation of the founder.

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