Larsen & Toubro’s construction unit has secured contracts worth a combined value of INR12.86bn ($189.1M) in India.
The firm’s heavy civil infrastructure and building arm won contracts worth INR10.71bn ($157.4M).
This includes an engineering, procurement and construction contract from Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad (MEGA) Company for the design and construction of two underground stations at Gheekanta, Shahpur, and associated bored tunnels from Kalupur to Shahpur (3.3km) for Package 2 of the East-West corridor of the Ahmedabad metro project.
L&T’s deputy managing director and president S.N. Subrahmanyan said: “This is a significant win in the infrastructure space and we hope that this is a sign for many such projects involving vital infrastructure that are in the offing.”
The heavy civil infrastructure and building business also won a contract for the construction of an iron ore berth at Paradip, Odisha. The scope of the work will involve a 30m deep sheet pile driving, wagon tippler construction making use of coffer dam technology and ground improvement for stacker reclaimer.
In addition, the business secured a contract to build a technology-driven intake well structure at Purushotapatnam, Andhra Pradesh by using diaphragm wall technology.
L&T’s building and factories business has been awarded an INR2.15bn ($31.6M) contract to build a paint manufacturing facility at Vizag, Andhra Pradesh. The business will be responsible for the civil and allied structural works for the facility.
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