Hyderabad Mirpurkhas Dual Carriageway Project was constructed by a Korean firm namely M/S Deokjae Construction Company which was selected as the private partner through an international competitive bidding process. The concession agreement was signed between the Government of Sindh (through Works & Services Department) and M/S Deokjae Connecting Roads (Pvt) Ltd. (Special Purpose Vehicle) on November 11, 2009 for a period of 32 years (2 years construction and 30 years Operation and Maintenance).
The project road is 60 km long with 8 bridges and 62 culverts. The project road has been constructed in accordance with AASHTO standards, which are being used in highway design and construction globally. The total project cost is Rs. 6.2 billion. It was estimated that the project would lead to Rs.738 million in economic returns including the creation of 5000 direct job opportunities and 22000 indirect job opportunities. Furthermore, project is expected to generate around PKR 30 billion in various taxes and duties over the concession period.