L&T Construction, the construction arm of L&T, has won orders valued at INR22.1bn ($327.6m) across two business segments.
The company’s Water & Effluent Treatment Business has secured orders valued at INR20.44bn ($303m).
The business unit has won a turnkey order from the Narmada Valley Development Authority (NVDA), Government of Madhya Pradesh, for the construction of Narmada-Kshipra multipurpose project to lift 15 cumecs of water from the Omkareshwar reservoir.
Of the 15 cumecs of water, 10 cumecs will be used to bring 30,000 hectares of land under irrigation and the remaining five cumecs of water will cater to domestic and industrial use in the Dewas, Ujjain and Shajapur districts of Madhya Pradesh.
The scope of works includes survey, design, procurement, construction and installation of pumping systems, rising mains, transmission and distribution pipeline networks, outlet management systems, electrical power transmission lines and automation systems by SCADA.
The Narmada-Kshipra project is a repeat order from NVDA.
The Water & Effluent Treatment Business has received another EPC order from Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPCL) for the execution of an integrated effluent treatment plant (IETP) for Visakh Refinery modernisation project in Visakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh.
The project covers all technologies related to oil removal from refinery effluent, which includes SBR-based treatment of 1000 m³/hr refinery effluent, MBR-based sewage treatment system, volatile organic compound control system and wet air oxidation-based spent caustic treatment system.
The scope of work includes basic and detailed engineering, procurement and supply, construction, erection, installation, testing and commissioning of the IETP, which will cater to the future requirements of existing projects and replace existing ETPs of the Visakh Refinery.
L&T Construction’s Heavy Civil Infrastructure Business has secured orders valued at INR1.66bn ($24.6m).
L&T Geostructure, a unit of the Heavy civil Infrastructure business, received a turnkey order from the Water Resources Department, Madhya Pradesh, for construction of a composite gravity dam across River Runj.
The work involves the design and execution of the 1,176-metre dam with a height of 45 metres, including spillway.