L&T secures construction contracts worth $418M

WCN EDITORIAL TEAM 18 APR 2017 ASIA TRANSPORT

 

Larsen & Toubro’s construction division has bagged contracts worth INR26.94bn ($418M) across various business segments.

The Transportation Infrastructure Business has secured an engineering, procurement and construction order valued at INR2.87bn ($44.4M) from the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways for the Helwak Karad Section of the NH-166E in Maharashtra. The business will build a 48.4km, two-lane carriageway, along with one major bridge, 14 minor bridges, and other related works.

The Water & Effluent Treatment Business has won engineering, procurement and construction contracts valued at INR22.27bn ($345.5M). These include orders from Narmada Water Resource Water Supply and Kalpsar Department, Government of Gujarat, and Krishna Bhagya Jala Nigam, Karnataka.

The contract from Narmada Water is for Kakrapar - Gordha - Vad Lift Irrigation, Kadana - Patadungri Lift Irrigation and Sauni Yojana Link-2 Package 4 projects. The scope of the work involves the design and construction of a pumping station, and an underground pipeline distribution network, as well as related electro-mechanical works.

The contract from Krishna Bhagya Jala Nigam is for Nandawadagi Lift Irrigation project. Work will involve the construction of an approach channel, a sump and pump house, a switchyard, and a transmission line.

In addition, the Smart World Communication Business was awarded an INR1.8bn ($27.9M) contract from Greater Vishakhapatnam Smart City.

The business will be responsible for the installation of citywide surveillance system, variable message boards, public address systems, Wi-Fi access points, data centre with disaster recovery, command control centre, collaborative monitoring and facility management system.

The scope of the work also includes the implementation of solid waste management system, smart transport, smart poles, smart lighting, environmental sensor and enterprise resource planning.