Chandigarh, Nov 19 (UNI) The Engineer-in-Chief of Haryana Public Works Department (Building and Roads), Mr Mahesh Kumar has been selected as the Vice-President of the Indian Roads Congress at its 4-day 68th annual session, which concluded at Jaipur today, a PWD spokesperson said here today.
The Indian Roads Congress is an eminent body of road and highway engineers.
Mr Kumar, 47, joined the PWD as Sub Divisional Engineer in February 1983 and served on various positions during his 24 years of career. He was promoted as Engineer-in-Chief on June one this year.
He is an expert in highway projects. He had handled BOT projects when he was posted as Chief General Manager in National Highways Authority of India for almost two years from August 2005 to May 2007. While in the National Highway Authority of India, he was also instrumental in bringing on ground the four or six lanning projects of Ambala-Chandigarh (NH-22), Zirakpur-Parwanoo (NH-22) and Delhi-Rohtak (NH-10).