Malla Consulting as an empanelled consultant of MoRT&H has been in the field of providing consultancy services related toCivil Engineering Projects, Designing & Detailing of Highway Projects, Building Projects, Proposing and designing of layouts, Land Surveying and Estimates, Soil Testing, Structural Designing (RCC & Steel), Preparing Detailed Project Report (DPR) for roads, DPR/ Feasibility report for selection of location for a new retail outlet, Traffic Surveying etc. We are also specialist in preparing proposals/designs in accordance with stipulated government norms for the clients requiring access permission from the respective Authorities such as NHAI, MoRT&H etc.
Since 2007 we have kept our efforts for providing services to various Govt. as well as Private agencies / organizations all over India, such as IOCL, BPCL, HPCL, Raheja Group, Haldirams, Orris Builders and many other unaccounted organizations.
We, ‘Malla Consulting’ is empanelled with Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (reference letter No.RW/NH-33023/19/99-DOIII S&R ® dt.20.02.2014).
Our vision is to provide the best services along with client satisfaction keeping in view the time limits and with the minimum wastage of resources.
Obtaining Access Permission is a primary requirement for any Commercial, Industrial, Institutional establishment & Colony as well as for setting up of Fuel Filling Station along the Highway. The Access is necessary to have a safe length for weaving of traffic in and out of any establishment or the fuel stations, and to provide necessary space margin to the through traffic from vehicles moving to & fro from any establishment & fuel station. The Hon`ble Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRT&H) have issued certain guidelines/ norms for implementation, which have to be followed while constructing the access to any establishment/ fuel stations from National/ State Highway by providing adequate road marking/ signages, and constructing deceleration/ acceleration lanes. It is mandatory to regularize/implement the norms, as stipulated by MoRT&H to prevent road accidents occurring while getting in or out from any such establishment/ fuel stations connected to Highways. The guidelines have been revised from time to time and as per the latest guidelines dated 24th July 2013 there will be an imposition of penalty of Rs. 25 Lacs (Rs. 25,00,000/-) on the oil company in case of existing fuel station, where prior approval has not been obtained from the Ministry. Hence it is mandatory to get the fuel station regularized.