[metaslider id=10251]The construction arm of L&T has won orders worth Rs.5,492 crore across various business segments in March 2015.

Buildings & Factories: The business secured orders worth Rs.2,768 crore including add-ons.

A major order was received for the construction of a mixed use development complex in Mumbai consisting of eight residential towers and a commercial building spread over an estimated total built-up area of 35 lakh sq. ft. The scope involves civil, structural, architectural, finishes, mechanical, electrical and plumbing works.

Power T&D: The business has bagged orders worth Rs.984 crore in both the international and domestic markets, including add-ons.

New orders and variations were won from various customers in the Middle East which includes engineering, procurement and construction of 220kV & 132kV substations and power upgradation works at certain facilities.

Water and renewable energy: This business received an order worth Rs.188 crore from the Telangana rural water supply and sanitation department for the construction of intake wells, water treatment plants and a raw water pumping main in Medak district of the state. The order includes associated electrical, mechanical and instrumentation works.

Additional orders worth Rs.1,552 crore were received from various ongoing jobs of other businesses of L&T Construction.

J. Kumar Infra bags contracts in Mumbai
J. Kumar Infraprojects Ltd secured orders worth Rs.367.31 crore from Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority and Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai.

The details of the orders are as follows:

  • Work order worth Rs.155 crore received from MMRDA for design and construction of flyovers at Savita Chemical junction, Ghansoli Naka junctions and Talavali Naka junction, and a vehicular underpass at Mahape junction, on Thane-Belapur Road.
  •  Letter of Acceptance received from MCGM for improvement of side strips of S.V. Road in mastic asphalt in H/West & K/West wards in western suburbs (W-276) worth Rs.125.23 crore, in a joint venture. The company stake is 51 per cent i.e. Rs.63.87 crore.
  •  Letter of Acceptance received from MCGM for improvement of side strips of Linking Road in mastic asphalt in H/W & K/West wards in western suburbs (W-277) worth Rs.151.09 crore, in a joint venture. The company stake is 51 per cent i.e. Rs.77.05 crore.
  •  Work order received from MCGM for improvement of various roads in asphalt in P/South in western suburbs (AW-89) worth Rs.34.93 crore, and in P/North in western suburbs (AW-90) worth Rs.36.46 crore. The total amount is Rs.71.39 crore

 In Brief

Man Infraconstruction Ltd bagged an order valued at Rs.105 crore from Gujarat Pipavav Port for executing civil construction work for port infrastructure. Port Pipavav is managed and operated by APM Terminals, the port and terminals company of the maritime giant A.P. Moller-Maersk Group. APM Terminals is one of the largest container terminal operators in the world.

ABB India won a Rs.90-crore order from Techno Electric and Engineering Company Ltd for delivery of gas-insulated switchgear and transformers for a 400/220kV substation at Patran in Punjab. The project is expected to be completed in 2016. The scope includes the design, engineering and supply of 400kV & 220kV GIS, modules. In addition, it will also deliver two 400kV auto transformers, which are normally deployed in power applications to interconnect systems operating at different voltage levels.

A consortium led by GMR Infrastructure Ltd won a Rs-5,080-crore order for the eastern dedicated freight corridor. The consortium was issued a Letter of Award for construction of a 417-km long railway project on EPC basis. TheGMR-led consortium emerged the lowest among five bidders for the project through an international competitive bidding process. The eastern dedicated freight corridor project funded by World Bank is divided into two packages i.e. from Mughalsarai to Karchana (near Allahabad) for 180 km and from Karchana to Bhaupur (near Kanpur) for 237 km in Uttar Pradesh.

KEC International Ltd, an RPG Group company, got new orders worth Rs.1,565 crore in its transmission and distribution and cables businesses. In the cables business, the company secured orders worth Rs.107 crore for the supply of power and telecom cables. In the T&D business, the company received orders worth Rs.1,458 crore in India, Bangladesh, Oman, Malaysia and the Americas. While Rs.1,185 crore worth of orders came from India, Rs.251 crore orders were international.

A joint venture comprising Ramky Infrastructure and T.K. Engineering Consortium won an EPC order worth Rs.829 crore in Assam. As per the order, the scope of work is four laning of NH-52 from end of Biswanath Chariali bypass (km 208.00) to Gohpur (km 265.50) (total length of 57.50 km) in the northeast state. The project needs to be completed within 1,095 days from the appointed date. In this JV, Ramky Infrastructure holds 70 per cent stake and T.K. Engineering Consortium holds the remaining 30 per cent.

RPP Infra Projects Ltd won an order worth Rs.46.50 crore from Hindustan Prefab Ltd, a Government of India Enterprise, for the construction of 2,071 prefabricated toilet blocks for government schools in Andhra Pradesh. Last month, the company bagged a Rs.16.60-crore order from Mangalore SEZ.

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