Leighton Asia wins $170M contract in India

WCN Editorial Team 29 Jun 2016 ASIA BUILDINGS

Leighton Asia’s subsidiary Leighton India Contractors has signed an AUD223M ($169.5M) contract to deliver phases two and three of a mixed-use development in Mumbai, India.

The development, known as Maker Maxity, is located in the Bandra Kurla Complex, and its phases two and three will include the development of retail and hospitality facilities.

The scope of the work includes structural and civil works, mechanical, electrical and plumbing  services, lifts and escalators, façade, finishes and external works for the facilities.

Leighton Asia’s managing director Manuel Alvarez Munoz said: "We are delighted to have secured our first major project with the Maker Group, one of India's most prestigious developers.

"Leighton Asia will bring its international experience, wealth of local knowledge and commitment to safety and quality to facilitate the timely completion of this major project."

Work has commenced in June 2016, and is scheduled to be complete in mid‐2019.

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