L&T Construction’s Buildings & Factories Business has secured two orders – one each from the Indian states of Haryana and Assam.
The company received an order from a leading automobile company to build a manufacturing facility in Haryana.
These contracts have been termed as ‘significant’, which the company denotes as those carrying a value between $123.02m and $307.56m (Rs1bn and Rs2.5bn).
For the Haryana contract, L&T is responsible for designing and executing civil, structural, and architectural works, including external development.
L&T secured the Assam contract from the Public Works Department.
It will be responsible for construction of a police reserve campus in Guwahati.
The scope of work includes design and construction of accommodation facilities for police, office space, multi-level car parking and related buildings in all aspects covering structure, finishes, MEP, and associated external development works.
This project will be in 36 months.
Earlier this week, L&T Construction’s Power Transmission & Distribution Business announced bagging several orders in India and abroad.
The orders were termed as significant, which the company defines as those valued between $123.02m and $307.56m (Rs1bn and Rs2.5bn).
The company won an order to develop a 765kV transmission line in Gujarat, a western state of India.
L&T received an order to upgrade the distribution system in a state in the North-East region of India.
For this project, the firm is responsible to strengthen medium and low voltage distribution networks.
The company has bagged repeat orders to build new 132kV substations in the UAE.
Image: The company received an order from a leading automobile company to build a manufacturing facility in Haryana. Credit: Arek Socha from Pixabay.