The construction arm of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has secured orders from clients for its varied businesses.
The transportation infrastructure business of the company has secured an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract of Delhi-Vadodara Expressway. The company has bagged Packages 11 and 22 of the Expressway which when completed will be the country’s longest expressway of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) under its flagship Bharatmala programme.
The scope of work includes eight-lane greenfield expressway of 36 km with perpetual pavement, service/slip roads, interchanges, ROB, major/minor bridges, vehicular/pedestrian/cattle underpasses and animal underpasses/overpasses.
The business has secured another EPC contract from the Public Works (Roads) Directorate, government of West Bengal for reconstruction of four-lane Tallah ROB (Hemanta Setu) adjacent to Tallah Railway Station on Barrackpore Trunk Road in Kolkata, West Bengal.
The scope of work includes reconstruction of four-lane Tallah ROB and viaduct connecting both ends of Shyam Bazar a Dunlop, including Chitpur Ramp.
The water and effluent treatment business of the company has secured engineering, procurement and construction orders from the State Water a Sanitation Mission, Uttar Pradesh, to implement water supply schemes for Shivhar and Parasi group of villages in Mahoba and Sonbadhra districts respectively.
The scope of the two projects includes design and construction of three intake structures, three water treatment plants of capacity 64 MLD, 1171 km of transmission and distribution pipelines, 20 clear water reservoirs, 37 overhead service reservoirs, 20 pump houses, 73,600 house service connections, associated electromechanical and instrumentation works.
The project also involves automation including measurement of input & output water quantity and quality through suitable SCADA & other instrumentation works.
The projects are designed to cater safe and potable drinking water to 3.78 lakh rural population in the aforesaid districts of the state.
The projects are part of a larger programme of the state government to provide piped drinking water to every rural household.
The estimated value of the above contracts is Rs 2,500 to Rs 5,000 crore.