Last Updated : Wednesday, January 15, 2020 14:54:02

L&T Construction bags Large Contracts in range of 25-50 bln INR

MUMBAI | RAJKOT – In a regulatory update as submitted to the Indian Stock Exchanges, Mumbai headquartered Indian infrastructure major – Larsen & Toubro Ltd’s construction arm said of having bagged large orders (in range of 25 billion to 50 billion rupees ~ 2,500 crore to 5,000 crore rupees) from states of West Bengal and Karnataka primely in areas of water management and effluent treatment.

The release titled, “L&T Construction awarded (*Large) contracts for its various businesses,” further read that, the construction arm of L&T has secured orders from prestigious clients across various Indian states for its varied businesses.

Water and Effluent Treatment Arm of the company has bagged an EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) order has been secured from the Public Health Engineering Directorate, West Bengal for water supply to Nandakumar, Chandipur, Nandigram – I a II blocks in East Medinipur district.

The project is funded by Asian Development Bank (ADB).

The scope includes design a construction of intake structure of capacity 112 MLD, pre-settling pond of capacity 164 ML, pre-settling reservoir of capacity 2.4 ML, water treatment plant of capacity 106 MLD, raw water a clear water transmission pipelines of 50 Km, clear water reservoir of capacity 14.85 ML, 3 pump houses and associated electromechanical a instrumentation works including operation Et maintenance for two years.

The project is expected to meet the water demands of 345 villages and 745 habitations in the district.

This project is part of the West Bengal Drinking Water Sector Improvement scheme, which aims at the development of sustainable water supply schemes and comprehensive coverage through piped water supply in the State.

Another order has been received from the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) for supplying, laying, testing & commissioning of clear water trunk main of 54 Km with associated civil & mechanical works along the eastern route of Bangalore, Karnataka.

The project is funded by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

The project is a part of the Phase 3 water supply augmentation of Cauvery Water Supply Scheme, Stage V, planned for the city of Bangalore.

To read more, please CLICK here.


FacebookGoogle+LinkedinTwitterYouTube, Blogspot, Telegram, Instagram 


Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!