L&T Construction wins orders worth $800m in India

WCN Editorial Team 24 May 2018 ASIA BUSINESS

L&T Construction, a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T), has won orders valued at INR54.58bn ($800.3m) from various private and government clients in India.

The company’s Transportation Infrastructure business has won an order worth INR14.25bn ($209m) from a private client for the construction of eight-lane Vadodara-Kim Expressway, package I (part of Vadodara-Mumbai Expressway) in the state of Gujarat.

The project, to be completed in stringent timeline, involves the construction of nearly 23km of eight-lane rigid pavement carriageway, 1.6km of connecting road, six flyovers, two interchanges, two rail overbridges, three major bridges, eight minor bridges and 18 vehicular/pedestrian/cattle underpasses.

L&T Construction’s Buildings & Factories business has secured orders worth INR40.33bn ($590m).

The Buildings & Factories business has won an order from a government client for the design and construction of 1,125 residential towers of G+3 floors under PMAY Scheme in Visakhapatnam, Prakasam, Guntur and Krishna districts in Andhra Pradesh.

The project is set to be completed within stringent timelines.

The Buildings & Factories business has secured another order from a cement manufacturer for the construction of cement plants in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on the design and build model.

The business has won another turnkey order from a government client in Patna (Bihar) to establish a cancer institute, along with the supply, installation and commissioning of medical equipment.

Earlier, L&T Construction’s Heavy Civil Infrastructure business secured a marine infrastructure contract worth INR15.04bn ($221m) in India.

The contract, awarded by India-based Cochin Shipyard, will include the design and construction of a dry dock along with associated works.

The scope of the project will involve the construction of a new Dry Dock - 03, MEP works including pump house, crane rail foundations, caisson entrance gates and intermediate gates, quay wall crane piers, underground substation and tunnels and grand assembly area.

Works are slated to be completed in stringent timelines, said the Indian construction giant.

L&T GeoStructure has been awarded a contract by Kalinga International Coal Terminal for construction of piling, diaphragm wall and berth deck at Paradip Port in the Indian state of Odisha.

Larsen & Toubro, an Indian multinational, is involved in technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services with operations in more than 30 countries.

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