The Commercial and Residential Spaces arm of Buildings & Factories business has won orders from a reputed developer to construct a residential project and an office space in Mumbai.
The scope of the residential project includes construction of two towers comprising G+45 floors and having a built-up area of 10 lakh sq ft. The scope of the office space includes construction of civil structure with a built-up area of five lakh sq ft comprising two basements, G+37 floors.
The Factories arm business has received an order from a leading global shipping & logistics company for design and construction of a warehousing logistics park at Mumbai. The scope of work includes construction of warehouses and associated infrastructure works.
The Factories arm has also secured an order for construction of 4,000 tpd capacity clinker plant in Odisha. The scope involves civil, structural & mechanical works. The project completion deadline is 24 months.
Furthermore, the business has also received add-on orders for ongoing projects in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
The Water & Effluent Treatment business has secured an order from the Punjab Water Supply & Sewerage Board for providing 24×7 surface-based water supply to Patiala town.
The scope of the project includes design and construction of a water treatment plant of capacity 115 MLD, clear water reservoir, underground storage reservoir, pumping station, overhead storage reservoirs (OHSRs), clear water pipelines and other instrumentation works.
Another order has been secured from Gujarat Water Infrastructure for design, construction and operation of Navda to Chavand bulk water transmission pipeline project in Gujarat.
The scope of work comprises construction of RCC sumps, pump houses, supply and laying of MS pipeline along with associated mechanical, electrical and instrumentation works. The project aims to supply additional 280 MLD bulk water to Amreli, Junagadh, Botad and Rajkot districts.
A repeat order from the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board has been secured by the business for construction of ground level reservoirs with associated mechanical, electrical and instrumentation works, along western route (CP 13) of Bengaluru, Karnataka. The project funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is part of Phase-III of the Bengaluru water supply and sewerage project.
The Railways Strategic Business of Transportation Infrastructure has won order from the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC).
The order involves manufacturing, supplying, installation, testing and commissioning of pre-cast ballastless slab track system along with associated works for Delhi-Meerut section (82 km) as part of Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) network of NCRTC. This will be India’s first-of-its-kind pre-cast ballastless slab track project.
It will be constructed using specialised technology to be provided by PORR (Austria). The track will be constructed for a design speed of 180 km per hour. The project is to be completed in a period of 42 months.
The cumulative order value is between Rs 2,500 to Rs 5,000 crore.