L&T Construction, the construction wing of Larsen & Toubro (L&T), has won orders worth INR13.1bn ($204.62m) across various business segments.
The company’s Water & Effluent Treatment Business has won orders worth INR6.31bn ($98.56m).
It secured an order from Bihar Urban Infrastructure Development Corporation (BUIDCO), Government of Bihar, for constructing a new sewerage network and pumping stations at Saidpur.
The scope of work includes survey, review of designs, redesign and build the new sewerage network of 172km length, design and construct four pumping stations and all appurtenant structures.
The Water & Effluent Treatment Business has also won an order from Karnataka Neeravari Nigam Limited (KNNL), Government of Karnataka, for the construction of a lift irrigation system in Harapanahalli Taluk, Davanagere district.
L&T Construction’s Buildings & Factories Business has won an order worth INR3.40bn ($53.14m).
The business has won an order from a developer to construct an IT Park in Chennai.
The proposed project will comprise two towers of 10 floors each. L&T’s scope of work includes construction of the entire civil structure, architecture works, facade and MEP works.
The company’s Power Transmission & Distribution Business has secured orders worth INR3.39bn ($53.01m).
It has secured an order from DNH Power Distribution Corporation for establishing a 66kV gas insulated substation with associated 66kV, 11kV and LT underground cable network in Silvassa, the capital of the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli.
The Power Transmission & Distribution Business has also won an order from Bangalore Electricity Supply Company to convert the overhead conductor system to an underground cabling system in a subdivision of Bengaluru Metropolitan Area Zone.
L&T said that the conversion is being taken up to achieve reliable and uninterrupted power supply with improved voltage profile.
Based in Mumbai, L&T is involved in technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services and has operations in 30 countries.