24 January 2018

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs.10 cr.

 SUBROS WINS MAJOR RAILWAYS’ ORDERS

Delhi-based Subros Ltd has bagged a new order worth Rs.10 cr from Indian Railways to provide air conditioning solutions for driver cabins, the order is to be executed within current financial year. Subros has been shortlisted by two major Tier 1 suppliers of Indian Railways, Bombardier India, and Medha Servo Drives Pvt Ltd. They have engaged with Subros for future projects with Integral Coach Factory (ICF), Chennai. As part of this engagement, both companies have awarded trial orders to Subros. The company provides thermal products for automotive applications in India, in technical collaboration with Denso, and also manufactures compressors, condensers, heat exchangers and all connecting elements required to complete the AC loop, at its manufacturing plants at Noida, Manesar, Pune and Sanand.

 

 

Value Rs.3,551 cr.

L&T BAGS ORDERS ACROSS VERTICALS

L&T Construction bagged orders worth Rs.3,551cr across business segments, including;, transportation infrastructure and water effluent treatment businesses, adding up to a Rs.1,123 cr, from a prestigious government client for design- construction of smart trunk infrastructure. Also, a Rs.777 cr EPC order was awarded by Delhi PWD for an Integrated Transit Corridor Development plan around Pragati Maidan.

L&T’s water and effluent treatment business bagged Rs.572 cr, multiple orders from Public Health Engineering Department of a major state government. Another Municipal order for 24×7 pressurised water supply scheme in Indore has been bagged by L&T. L&T’s building and factories business has secured a Rs.866 cr order from a prestigious government client for design and construction of 22 towers. The scope of work includes construction of structure, architectural finishes, and MEP works on a fast track mode. The remaining Rs.213 cr order has been placed by Metro Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad (MEGA) Company Ltd for design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of telecommunication systems.

 

 

Value Rs.144 cr.

PMKSY, AMRUT, FOR JISL

Irrigation major Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd (JISL), was awarded a contract of Jalgaon City Water Supply Scheme under the Amrut Abhiyan Yojana, comprising design and construction of 661 km pipeline and required elevated storage reservoirs and pump houses. The Rs.18.3cr (Rs.1,830 million) contract has to be completed within 24 months. Another order bagged by it is worth Rs.125.70 cr from state-run Tapi Irrigation Development Corporation, Maharasthra, for Waghur Canal Integrated Irrigation Project, to be implemented with pressurised HDPC/PVC pipe distribution in a command area of 16,536 acres in Jalgaon district. The project will improve water-use efficiency by 50-55 per cent from the existing 35 per cent in canal command areas using the Pressurised Piped Distribution Network (PDN) and on-farm micro irrigation system in line with the Prime Minister Krishi Sinchai Yojana (PMKSY). Jain Irrigation Systems has a diversified turnover of over $1 billion, with 30 manufacturing bases adding up to an annual processing capacity of over 3,00,000 MT of various polymers, spread across four continents. It supplies products to 126 countries via 6,700 dealers and distributors worldwide to reach over 45 lakh farmers.

 

 

Value Rs.400 cr.

RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT FOR NBCC

A Rs.400-cr contract to reconstruct the Manora Aamdar Niwas building at Nariman Point in MumbaI was awarded to construction major NBCC India recently. A project management consultancy fee of 6.5 per cent, will be paid to NBCC, which also informed that the Tourism Ministry had accepted its proposal for upgradation and maintenance of Purana Qila in the national capital.

 

 

Value Rs.32 cr.

CMI WINS BHEL ORDER

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL), has awarded an order worth Rs.32.64 cr to supply LT XPLE cables, to specialty cable company CMI Ltd, the order will be delivered within the next four and a half months. The cables to be supplied to BHEL will be aluminium armoured cables and copper armoured cables. CMI is focused on power segment which will contribute around 20.25 per cent revenue to CMI’s topline by 2019. CMI is already a preferred supplier to big names in the power segment, including Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Ltd (GETCO), Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd (MVVNL), Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd (JVVNL), BHEL, etc.

 

 

Value Rs.248 cr.

ERW PIPES ORDER FOR RATNAMANI

Ratnamani Metals and Tubes Ltd, has bagged a new order of Rs.248 cr, from the oil and gas sector for coated ERW pipes, which is to be completed by August, 2018. Incorporated in 1983, Ratnamani Metals and Tubes is a holding company engaged in the manufacture of tubes, pipes and hollow profiles and of tube or pipe fittings of cast-iron/cast-steel. The company’s segments include steel tubes, pipes and windmill.

 

 

Value Rs.497 cr.

HCC-AL FARA JV WINS MMRCL PROJECT

A JV of Hindustan Construction Company Ltd. (HCC), as lead partner, with AL FARA’A, has won a Rs.497.09 cr contract from Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Ltd for Pune Metro Rail Project. The project is to be completed in 110 weeks. HCC’s share in the JV is 51 per cent (Rs.253.5 cr).

The contract entails constructing nine elevated metro stations viz. Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation, Tukaram Nagar, Bhosari, Kasarwadi, Phugewadi, Dapoli, Bopodi, Khadki and Range Hill, comprising general and structural civil works of station buildings, and architectural and site development. The total length of Pune Metro – Phase I is 32 km, divided between Line I of 16.59 km, and Line II of 14.66 km. The Line I is partly elevated and partly underground starting from Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation to Swargate. All elevated stations on Line I are being constructed by the HCC-AL FARA’A JV.

 

 

Value Rs.1,931 cr.

KEC WINS MAJOR ORDERS

EPC major KEC International has won new orders worth Rs.1,931 cr. KEC’s transmission and distribution business has won orders worth Rs.1,756 cr across India, SAARC, West Asia, Africa, and the Americas. The company’s cable business secured orders worth Rs.112 cr, while the railways and solar businesses received orders worth Rs.54 cr, and Rs.9 cr, respectively.

 

 

Value Rs.350 cr.

BHEL WINS PGCL PROJECTS

BHEL bagged Rs.350 cr order to set up two 765 kV substations in West Bengal, the biggest such order for the company so far. Powergrid Medinipur-Jeerat Transmission Ltd (PMJTL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Power Grid Corp, awarded the project, to be completed on an EPC basis. The contract includes constructing of two large-sized greenfield 3,000 MVA, 765/400 kV substations, at Medinipur and Jeerat (near Kolkata), which are to be commissioned within 30 months.

 

 

 

Value Rs.825 cr.

CAPACIT'E BAGS AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT

Capacit'e Infraprojects Ltd, bagged Rs.825.01 cr (excluding GST), contract from Arihant Abode Limited, a subsidiary of Arihant Superstructures Ltd, for affordable housing project christened “Arihant Aspire” situated at Panvel, Maharashtra, for construction of civil and structural, finishing and MEP works, to be executed in phases for 8 residential buildings of 42 floors each. This order crosses the company’s order backlog to a significant milestone of Rs.5,000 cr.

 

 

Value Rs.288 cr.

PPCL BAGS MAJOR T&D ORDERS

Rama Steel Tubes Ltd has won two new prestigious orders for supply and erection of transmission lines for rural electrification, in its joint venture company-Pir Panchal Construction Pvt Ltd (PPCPL). Rama Steel holds 25 per cent stake in PPCPL. Valued at Rs.288 cr, the orders were placed by Uttarakhand Power Corporation Ltd and Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, both projects will be executed within 24 months. The PPCPL JV has already executed orders worth more than Rs.150 cr over last three to four years.

 

 

Value Rs.2090 cr.

CG TOLLWAY BAGS 6 LANING PROJECT

An IRB Infrastructure Developers Ltd subsidiary, Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) CG Tollway Private Ltd., received Appointed Date from NHAI for its Chittorgarh to Gulabpura six laning Highway Project in Rajasthan. Tolling and construction work on 124.87 km corridor of NH-79 began last month with revenue generation from day one. Key highlights of the project are: cost outlay of Rs.2090 Crs, involving 6 laning of the highway section. The Concession Period is 20 Years, including construction span of 910 days. NH 79 connects Ajmer to Ghat Bilod, traversing through major settlement stretches Nasirabad, Gulabpura, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Mangalwara, and finally Udaipur. The project entails annual premium payment of Rs.228.60 Crs to NHAI, payable post three years from the appointed date. With this, two of the three Rajasthan 6-laning projects, Udaipur-Gujarat border and Chittorgarh-Gulabpura have commenced construction and tolling. Third project, Kishangarh-Gulabpura is expected to join the list soon.

 

 

Value Rs.435 cr.

TEXMACO BAGS BANGLA RAIL PROJECT

Bangladesh Railway Ministry has awarded a $67.7-million (nearly Rs.435 cr) to Texmaco Rail and Engineering Ltd, for constructing a rail route between India and Bangladesh. The contract is for construction of a 45-km dual gauge railway line, including railway stations buildings, level crossing gates, and a Customs house building across the North Eastern Border area in Maulavibazar district of Bangladesh adjoining Karimganj of Assam. The project is to be executed within 18 months by the EPC Division — Kalindee Rail Nirman of the company.

 

 

Value Rs.4,023 cr.

MAJOR ORDERS FOR L&T

L&T’S heavy civil infrastructure business has bagged orders worth Rs.1,906 cr in the domestic market, while its building and factories business received an order worth Rs.830 cr. L&T's water and effluent treatment business and power transmission and distribution business has bagged orders worth Rs.788 Cr and Rs.342 cr, respectively. Smart world communication business of L&T has won an order worth Rs.157 cr.

 

 

 

Value Rs.1,267 cr.

ONGC AWARDS L&THE OFFSHORE PROJECT

ONGC awarded a Rs.1,267cr offshore contract to L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering,
valued at Rs.1,267 cr ($194 million). The project is part of ONGC’s strategy to replace some of its well fluid, gas lift, and water injection pipelines, along with brownfield modification works.

 

 




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