L&T’s construction unit wins various orders in India

WCN Editorial Team 8 Apr 2022 ASIA ENERGY & UTILITIES

Larsen & Toubro’s construction arm has secured orders for its various businesses in India.

Its Water & Effluent Treatment Business of L&T Construction won a contract from the Rural Drinking Water & Sanitation Division of the Indian state of Karnataka to build drinking water supply facilities for 396 rural habitations in the districts of Dharwad and Belagavi from the Renukasagar Reservoir (Navilutheertha dam).

The company will work under a design, build, operate and transfer basis under the state's Multi Village Drinking Water Supply Scheme.

Under this contract, the project scope involves design and construction of intake works, raw water pumping main, water treatment plant, clear water reservoir cum pump house, master balancing reservoirs, zonal balancing tanks, intermediate sump cum pump house and lifting stations, clear water transmission and gravity pipelines, overhead tanks and associated electromechanical and instrumentation works.

The project involves measuring input and output quality and quantity of water through suitable instruments. It will cater to 1.19 million people.

This business has already finished the Gadag Water Supply Project and is currently the Koppal Water Supply Project for the same client.

L&T GeoStructure (LTGS), a subsidiary of L&T, has secured a strategic order from Tata Chemicals to commission a jetty-based Marine Outfall System and allied works.

These works include construction, procurement and installation of HT pumphouse, jetty mounted piping system of around 3.5kms and diffuser system in the Gulf of Kutch, at Mithapur, Gujarat.

L&T’s power transmission and distribution business has secured a 500kV Transmission Line project in the Philippines.

This contract will be executed along with an onshore partner. This project will help meet the increasing demand for power in the western parts of Luzon, the Philippines.


Image: The company's Water & Effluent Treatment Business won a contract in the Indian state of Karnataka. Credit: Hermann Hammer from Pixabay.


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