India-based Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Construction’s Buildings & Factories (B&F) vertical has secured several orders in the domestic and international markets.  

The contracts are valued between Rs25bn ($299.83m) and Rs50bn.

In Oman, the country’s Ministry of Health has awarded a contract to construct the Al Namaa General Hospital.  

The project encompasses a 165-bed hospital building with four floors above ground and a basement, as well as additional buildings such as substations and sewage treatment plants.

The scope of work includes mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) services, as well as external development such as landscaping.  

The project is scheduled for completion within 30 months. 

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In India, the B&F segment has obtained an order from the Assam Public Works Department for the construction of the Maa Kamakhya Temple Access Corridor, on a design-and-build turnkey basis.  

This project includes the development of a multiutility building, alongside Pilgrim Management Block, Chinnamasta Block, Siddheshwar Block, and an access corridor for the temple.  

The contract also covers finishes, allied MEP services, and external development within the temple premises. 

With a budget of Rs4.98bn, the initiative is sanctioned under the Development Initiative for North-Eastern Region scheme. 

It is aimed at enhancing the infrastructure and amenities for pilgrims at the site. 

The vertical has also received an order from a subsidiary of a paint manufacturing company to construct a polymer manufacturing plant in the Indian state of Gujarat.  

The contract includes civil, structural, and architectural works, as well as external development works. 

In addition, the company secured an order for a solar glass manufacturing plant, which is also located in Gujarat. This project’s scope covers civil, structural, and architectural works.