15 August 2018

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs.518 cr.

DBL BAGS IRCON ROAD PROJECTS

Dilip Buildcon (DBL) a major player in the roads sector has bagged two EPC, road projects worth Rs.518 crore from IRCON International Ltd. The orders are for sixlaning of the Davanagere-Haveri section of NH-48 (Old NH-4) in Karnataka.

 

 

Value Rs.120 cr.

AMRUT FOR HUME PIPE

Mumbai-based Indian Hume Pipe Company Ltd has won a new order worth Rs.120 crore in Andhra Pradesh, which comprises a work order of Rs.119.73 crore from the Public Health & Municipal Engineering Department, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh – Ongole Municipal Corporation, for providing water supply improvements scheme under AMRUT project, which will be completed within 15 months.

 

 

 

Value Rs.1,080 cr.

SIMPLEX BAGS METRO LINE 2

Mumba i Metropol itan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has awarded the contract for Metro Line 2 project to Simplex Infrastructure, which will design and construct the 12-km-long viaduct and 11 elevated stations on the D.N. Nagar-Mankhurd corridor of Metro Line 2. It emerged the lowest bidder (L1) bidder at Rs.1,080 crore. However, the contract is pending approval by the Executive Committee of MMRDA. Simplex Infrastructures will construct 11 of the 22 stations on the 2B corridor: ESIC Nagar-Prem Nagar-Indira Nagar-Old Airport- Khira Nagar- Saraswat Nagar- National College (Bandra W)-MMRDA O_ ce-Income Tax Office-BKC. Metro Line 2 will connect Dahisar and Mankhurd and has two corridors, 2A and 2B. Work on corridor 2A between Dahisar and D.N. Nagar is under way. Corridor 2B connects D.N. Nagar to Mankhurd.

 

 

 

Value Rs.5,612 cr.

MTHL PACKAGE FOR TATA PROJECTS-DAEWOO E&C JV

A joint venture (JV) of Tata Projects Ltd and Daewoo E&C (South Korea) has secured a $850-million (Rs.5,612 crore) contract to design and build a part of India’s longest sea-bridge – the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link. While the Tata joint venture emerged as the lowest bidder for both sea packages 1 & 2, it was awarded only one of the packages (package 2) as provided in the tender conditions. The package awarded to Daewoo-Tata Projects joint venture involves construction of a 7.8-km-long bridge section across the Mumbai Bay, including Shivaji Nagar Interchange at Navi Mumbai, which is a complex stretch.

 

 

 

Value Rs.25,071 cr.

NCC - BGR SPV BAG NTPC PROJECT

A special purpose vehicle (SPV) formed by infra EPC majors NCC Ltd and BGR Infra has bagged a NTPC project to develop and operate a Rs.25,071 crore coal block in Chhattisgarh, involving mine development and operation of Talaipalli coal block (MDO project) by NTPC, for captive use of dry fuel for its 4,000 MW Lara Power Project. The project will be executed over  25 years, its annual revenue at rated capacity is about Rs.1,000 crore at current coal prices.

 

 

 

Value Rs.3,572 cr.

L&T TO BUILD KIA RUNWAY

Global EPC major Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has bagged orders worth Rs.3,572 crore for construction jobs across sectors, which include a Rs.1,358-crore contract for construction of a new South Parallel runway, apron, and associated works, at Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru. It also won orders of Rs.1,264 crore from metals major JSW Steel for building a blast furnace and steel melt shop as part of a plan to expand its 5 MTPA steel plant at Dolvi. In power transmission and distribution sector, L&T’s construction arm bagged orders of Rs.595 crore in the international market. Also, the company received orders worth Rs.355 crore, including a hospital project in Lucknow, and various other ongoing projects.

 

 

 

Value Rs.6,500 cr.

RELIANCE BAGS BANGLA POWER PROJECTS

Reliance Power signed agreements to execute first phase of its $1 billion (Rs.6,500 crore) power project in Bangladesh, it recently completed execution of project agreements for Phase — I of its project in Bangladesh. First phase of Reliance Power’s integrated 750 MW combined cycle gas based power plant to be set up at Meghnaghat near Dhaka (“power project“) and 500 mmscfd LNG Terminal at Kutudbia Island in Bangladesh (LNG Terminal Project). The terminal use agreement for LNG Terminal Project was signed with with PetroBangla, a Bangladesh government entity. The project agreements for Power Project have already been executed with Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB). The integrated project will invest over $ 1 billion, the largest FDI in Bangladesh and largest investment in its energy sector. Reliance Power will relocate one module for its 2,250 MW combined cycle power project at Samalkot in Andhra Pradesh for Phase-1 of the project. This makes Reliance’s largest portfolio power projects portfolio in private sector, based on coal, gas, hydro and renewable energy, adding operating capacity of 5,945 megawatts. 

 

 

 

Value Rs.105.6 cr.

KH FOGES BAGS PROJECTS IN S’PORE

Mumbai-headquartered Kridhan Infra Ltd’s Singapore-based subsidiary KH Foges Pte Ltd, was awarded three new piling contracts worth Rs.105.6 crore, which includes piling works for industrial development at Woodlands North Coast, a proposed public housing development comprising 2 blocks of 18-storey residential buildings, and a sub-contract for secant bored piling works. Project execution ranges between 2.5 months to 5 months. Through KH Foges, last year Kridhan Infra acquired a majority stake of 50.2 per cent with Singapore’s leading public listed EPC company, Swee Hong, which turned Kridhan into a leading EPC player in Singapore, giving it a strong foothold in geotechnical and foundation engineering space and as 2nd largest foundation engineering player in Singapore.

 

 

Value Rs.310 cr.

AHLUWALIA BAGS ESIC HOSPITAL

Construction major Ahluwalia Contracts (India) Ltd has secured new orders aggregating Rs.310.99 crore for construction of institutional, hospital, and commercial including electrical, plumbing and firefighting services, which add up to Rs.170.99 crore worth projects for, construction of 300 beds hospital in existing premises of ESIC Hospital Kolkata, and Rs.140 crore projects for other construction work. It is currently L1 in the project valued at approximately Rs.315 crore, and the projects bedded under pipeline are Rs.1,600 crore. The company’s total order inflow during the FY 2017-2018 stands at Rs.866.76 crore.

 

 

Value Rs.111 cr.

CG TO DRIVE IR LOCOS

 

An Avantha Group Company, CG Power and Industrial Solutions Ltd has bagged an order of Rs.111 crore from Indian Railways (IR) for drive propulsion system of electric locos, at Chittaranjan Locomotive Works. The Drive Propulsion System comprises of IGBT based traction converter, auxiliary converter, TCN based vehicle control unit, and driver display unit. The order is significant to IR’s capacity enhancement plans and meets demand for electric loco products with an emphasis on propulsion system. CG is an approved supplier of electrical products like transformers, traction motors, and drive propulsion systems, it has continuously focused on aligning itself with requirements of IR.

 

 

Value Rs.381 cr.

POWER MECH’S CONSOLIDATED ORDERS

Power Mech Projects has won consolidated orders worth Rs.381 crore, through its subsidiary Mas Power Arabia (51 per cent subsidiary of the company), which has received a Rs.72-crore worth order for onsite assembly of piping and equipment, and another Rs.125-crore order in Telangana for a coal handling plant. Its other orders include NER Power System (improvement; Assam and Nagaland), Uttar Pradesh (thermal power project) and Jebel Ali Power Station.

 

 

 

Value Rs.8,650 cr.

MMRDA AWARDS MTHL TO L&T

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA), has awarded a Rs.8,650 crore order to L&T Construction for construction of the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL). The project involves construction of a 21.8 km bridge connecting Mumbai mainland with Navi Mumbai. The proposed Mumbai Trans Harbour Link will serve as an economic gateway to Navi Mumbai, and connecting to Nhava Sheva Port, the Mumbai Pune Expressway, and the Mumbai Goa highway.

 

 

 

Value Rs.582 cr.

IL&FS ECC BAGS ITNL PROJECTS

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company has bagged a Rs.582-crore road project from IL&FS Transportation Networks Limited in Maharashtra, a Letter of Acceptance (LoA) for a road contract from IL&FS Transportation Networks Limited (ITNL), has been issued to IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company. Contract is valued at Rs.581.96 crore and completion period is 21 months, the work involves four-laning of Amravati-Chikhli section of NH-6 in Maharashtra. The company is currently working on Rs.5,012 crore worth road projects across India.

 

Value Rs.524 cr.

NBCC BUILDINGS PROJECT

Simplex Infrastructures has bagged a Rs.524 crore order from state-owned NBCC for construction of institutional buildings in Odisha, for construction of institutional buildings in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

 

 

Value Rs.281 cr.

TECHNOFAB BAGS ADB PROJECT

EPC major Technofab Engineering has bagged a Rs.281 crore order in the water sector, the project is funded by Asian Development Bank. The company has already secured orders in Bhutan and Uganda, and has completed projects in Tanzania and Zimbabwe. With this, the order backlog stands at around Rs.2000 crore, of which the water sector now contributes close to 45 per cent. Technofab serves power, oil and gas, and other industrial infrastructure undertakings.

 

Value Rs.357 cr.

AMTZ’S ‘MAKE IN INDIA’ PROJECT

Power Mech Projects has received orders worth Rs.357 crore for infrastructure development work at Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone Ltd (AMTZ), an enterprise under the Government of Andhra Pradesh. Located at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, the order includes construction of ultra modern medical equipment manufacturing and testing facility under ‘Make in India’ scheme.

 

Value Rs.64 cr.

SIX RDA STP FOR BHEL

As part of its diversification strategy, BHEL has bagged an order worth over Rs.64 crore for setting up six sewage treatment plants (STP) in Raipur, Chhattisgarh. The STPs will have a cumulative capacity of 25.4 MLD (million litres per day). The order has been placed by Raipur Development Authority (RDA), the decentralised STPs will be based on Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR) technology.

BHEL has been in water treatment business in power and industrial segments, it has set up several water treatment plants, and seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO)-based desalination plants, and offers turnkey solutions to all segments of water management including potable water applications to domestic sewage treatment.

 

Value Rs.453 cr.

GPIL METERS MAKE EESL SMART

A major player in India’s power utility metering solutions, Genus Power Infrastructures Ltd (GPIL), has won a Rs.453 crore order from EESL for supply of 13.5 lakh smart meters for the states of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. According to the company, this tender was opened in October by EESL for the supply of 50 lakh smart meters where Genus emerged as L2 bidder. With this, GPIL’s total order book stands at Rs.1,226 crore. Supplies are expected to commence from Q1FY19. This will enable GPIL to play a significant role in the digitization phase of India’s power sector. The company has manufacturing plants across Jaipur, Haridwar, and Guwahati, with a total installed capacity of over 10 million meters.




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