L&T has secured various contracts by its buildings & factories, and transportation infrastructure businesses.
The Queensland government in Australia has awarded $237m (A$330m) worth contracts for four new schools in Ipswich, Logan and the Sunshine Coast areas in the state.
Civil engineering company Reinforced Earth has unveiled plans to construct its new manufacturing facility near Northam, Western Australia (WA).The new manufacturing unit will be built on a 4.02ha land that the company bought at DevelopmentWA’s Avon Industrial Park.
Cabot, a specialty chemicals and performance materials company, has broken ground on a new specialty compounds facility in Cilegon, Indonesia.
The Government of Western Australia has announced the start of construction works on A$25.3m ($18.14m) multi-storey project and visual arts building at Kalamunda Senior High School.
Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority has awarded a contract to Larsen & Toubro’s (L&T) construction arm to build hi-tech IT parks.
Toyo Styrene, an affiliate of Denka Company Limited, along with Agilyx, Nippon Steel Chemical & Material and Daicel began the construction of a chemical recycling facility in Japan.
International Real estate firm Hines has announced the development of its second logistics development, named Iljuk Logistics Center, in South Korea.
China’s debt-laden property developer Evergrande Group has reportedly resumed construction of most of its stalled housing projects.
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) of the Philippines will construct a new office building for the Commission On Audit (COA) in Quezon City.
Singapore-based biopharmaceutical firm Prestige BioPharma (PBP) has commenced construction of Innovative Discovery Center (IDC) in Busan, South Korea.
L&T Construction, the construction subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T), has secured a contract from the Government of Odisha, India to build clinical blocks and allied infrastructure for an advanced hospital in Cuttack.
Construction projects worth more than $5bn have been reportedly stalled in the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan due to economic turmoil and uncertainty.
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in India has reportedly invited bids for the construction of nearly 10,500 flats across the city.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments) has formed a joint venture (JV) with The Phoenix Mills to develop a new mixed-use asset in Lower Parel, Mumbai in Indian state Maharashtra.
Real estate firm Hines and DNR Group have commenced construction of DNR Altitude, an office project in the Indian state of Karnataka.
China has imposed limits on constructing super high-rise buildings, as it seeks to eliminate the wasteful ‘vanity’ projects of local governments.
Philippines-based telecommunication company PLDT along with ePLDT is all set to construct the country’s largest data centre.
China Evergrande has terminated a deal to divest a 50.1% stake in Evergrande Property Services to Hopson Development.
China’s property developer Evergrande Group is reportedly in negotiations with investment banks and creditors over potential asset sales and restructuring, as it seeks to reduce its debts of over $300bn.