L&T Construction, the construction arm of Larsen & Toubro, has won orders worth $785m from clients in India and abroad.
The company’s Buildings and Factories Business has secured orders valued at INR30bn ($437m).
It won an order from the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA) for the engineering, procurement and construction of Head of Department (HoD) office buildings at Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh.
The project is the first Steel Diagrid project in India, the first project in combination with Automatic Climbing Formwork System (ACFS) and Diagrid.
It will be the tallest government office building in India. The project is a fast track job and is to be completed within stringent timelines.
The Buildings and Factories Business has also received an order for the construction of a tourism-related facility in Muscat, Oman.
The scope of work includes structure, architectural finishes, MEP services and landscaping and external development.
L&T Construction’s Water and Effluent Treatment Business has also won orders worth INR23.88bn ($348m).
It has secured orders from the Madhya Pradesh Jal Nigam Maryadit for the execution of Satna, Kundaliya and Mohanpura Multi Village Rural Water Supply Schemes on turnkey basis.
These projects are funded by the New Development Bank.
The scope of work includes design, engineering, supply and construction of 11,272km of raw and clear water transmission and distribution pipelines, construction of intake wells, three water treatment plants with a cumulative capacity of 260MLD and 1.5km of D-shaped tunnel.
Work also includes construction of pump houses, clear water reservoirs, master balancing reservoirs, 129ML water storage structures with electromechanical and instrumentation works and house service connections.
The project involves automation, including measurement of input and output water quantity and quality at each level through suitable SCADA and other instrumentation works.
The projects will cover 1,954 villages in Satna and Rajgarh districts.
The Water and Effluent Treatment Business has also won an EPC order from the Tirunelveli Municipal Corporation for the construction of underground sewerage scheme (UGSS) in additional areas of Tirunelveli Corporation – Phase II.
Work includes laying 225km of sewer pipelines, construction of RCC manholes, pumping stations, lifting stations and providing sewer connections to 55,000 households.
Image: A water treatment plant. Photo: courtesy of L&T Construction.