22 October 2019

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs.328 cr.

NHAI AWARDS HIGHWAY CONTRACT IN HP TO NKC PROJECT

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has awarded a Rs.328 crore contract in Himachal Pradesh to NKC Project Ltd. The project concerns widening of the 29-km stretch on NH 21 which traverses through Chandigarh, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and further connects Leh in Jammu and Kashmir. Widening of the Takoli - Kullu section would achieve smooth and safe traffic flow, substantial economic gain in terms of reduced Vehicle Operating Cost (VOC ) and reduced travel time.

 

Value Rs.250 cr.

STERLING AND WILSON BAGS PROJECT FROM PGCIL

Sterling and Wilson has bagged Rs.250-crore project from Power Grid Corporation (PGCIL) for extension of 400kV and 132kV sub-stations across the states of Manipur, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura and Nagaland in India. Sterling and Wilson will supply, install, test and commission the civil work for various 400kV and 132kV substations including transformers and reactors under the North Eastern Region IV and VII at Im phal, Silchar, Balipara, Bongaigaon, Misa and Agartala sub-stations

 

Value Rs.374 cr.

HCC-LCESPL JV AWARDED CONTRACT BY NVDA

Narmada Valley Development Authority has awarded Rs.374.6 crore contract to Hindustan Construction Company’s JV with Laxmi Civil Engineering Services Pvt Ltd (LCESPL) to construct Bistan Lift Irrigation Scheme on turnkey basis which is to be completed in 30 months. The project will irrigate 22,000 hectares in Bistan region under Gogawan, Bhagwanpura and Khargone tahasils in Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh by drawing water from the main canal of Indira Sagar project. The scope of the project includes 2 pumping stations, connecting pipeline of 167 kms and micro irrigation systems including automation systems (SCADA) etc. HCC share in the joint venture is 51 per cent (Rs.191 crore).

 

Value Rs.1,444 cr.

PUNJAB CONTRACT AWARDED TO GR INFRAPROJECTS

National Highways Authority of India was awarded a Rs.1,444 crore contract for widening of a highway stretch in Punjab to GR Infraprojects Ltd. The project pertains to four-laning of a 81-km stretch of Phagwara-Rupnagar which passes through Banga town and the proposed Nawashahir bypass and terminates at Rupnagar. The project will have four structures (Grade separator/flyover), one major bridge, 22 minor bridges, one vehicular underpass and one pedestrian underpass and would be executed on hybrid annuity mode and scheduled time of completion is 30 months from the date of commencement.

 

Value Rs.1,021 cr.

MBL INFRA BAGS NHAI PROJECT IN MAHARASHTRA

MBL Infrastructures Ltd (MBL) has bagged a project worth Rs.1,021 crore from National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). The scope of the project includes four laning of Tarsod-Fagne (Package-IIB) section of NH-6 from km 422.700 to km 510.000 (87.30 km) in the state of Maharashtra to be executed on hybrid annuity mode under NHDP phase IV. The project has been allotted a construction period of 910 days. During construction, 40 per cent of the bid project cost (Rs.408.40 crore) will be funded by NHAI and the balance 60 per cent (Rs.612.60 crore) will be arranged by the concessionaire.

 

Value Rs.914 cr.

DILIP BUILDCON BAGS CONTRACT FROM MAHARASHTRA GOVT

Dilip Buildcon has won a Rs.914-crore contract from the government for upgradation of a highway stretch in Maharashtra under the National Highways Development Project (NHDP). The project has been awarded on hybrid annuity mode at a cost of Rs.914 crore and the first year operations and maintenance cost of Rs.3 crore.

 

Value Rs.271.89 cr.

ORDER BOOSTER FOR POWER MECH PROJ

Power Mech Projects has bagged orders worth Rs.271.89 crore from international clients. Its 70 per cent subsidiary — Power Mech Projects LLC, Oman — has received an order for mechanical installation work valued at 8.98 million Omani riyals (approximately Rs.155.51 crore) from Tiejun Ibri Power Construction. Mas Power Mech Arabia, Saudi Arabia, a 51-per cent subsidiary, has received an order from Abener Abeinsa for Construction, Water and Power Company Ltd, Saudi Arabia, for about Rs.116.38 crore.

 

Value Rs.2,600 cr.

BGR ENERGY BAGS CONTRACT FROM TANGEDCO

BGR Energy Systems has bagged a contract worth Rs.2,600 crore from Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Ltd for the execution of a thermal power project whose completion period is 36 months. The company has received a Letter of Intent from TANGEDCO for execution of balance of plant equipment/systems, including civil works for 1 x 800MW — North Chennai Supercritical Thermal Power Project, Stage — III, in the premises of existing NCTPS at Ennore and Puzhudhivakkam Village, Ponneri Taluk, Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu on EPC basis.

 

Value Rs.541 cr.

DBL-DECO BAGS PROJ FROM WCL FOR REMOVAL OF MATERIALS

DBL-DECO, JV of Dilip Buildcon, bagged a project from Maharashtra from Coal India arm WCL worth Rs.541 crore. for removal of materials in all kinds of strata by hiring equipment like HEMM, tippers, drills, dozers, graders and water sprinklers including its drilling, excavation, loading, transportation, dumping, spreading, dozing, grading and water sprinkling at specified places.

 

Value Rs.63.80 cr.

ARSS INFRASTRUCTURE BAGS RAILWAY ORDER

ARSS Infrastructure Projects has bagged work orders worth Rs.63.80 crore from North Central Railway. Its joint venture ARSS-SIPS bagged the orders for construction of a bridge on the Betwa river, including earthwork, and construction of minor bridges on approaches in connection with Bina-JHS.

 

Value Rs.13,000 cr.

HESARGHATTA, T.G. HALLI RESERVOIRS TO GET WATER

Of the 24.01 tmcft of water expected from the Rs.13,000-crore project, around 2.5 tmcft will be stored in the Hesarghatta and T.G. Halli reservoirs, which are fed by the Arkavati. The project expected to be completed in two years. A detailed project report is going to be prepared for dredging the lakes; removal of obstacles in the channels; laying of underground drainage pipes; and construction of sewage treatment plants (STP). The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) officials estimate that the work may cost Rs.12 crore just for Hesarghatta lake.

 

Value Rs.115.51 cr.

ORDER BOOSTER FOR INDIAN HUME PIPE

Indian Hume Pipe bagged a Rs.115.51-crore order from Korba Municipal Corporation for Korba Water Supply Scheme. The company is scheduled to execute the order in 24 months.

 

Value Rs.1,119 cr.

DCI BAGS KOLKATA PORT CONTRACT

The Visakhapatnam-based Dredging Corporation of India (DCI) has bagged maintenance dredging work contract worth Rs.1119 crore for Kolkota Port Trust for five years. The contract was normally awarded by the Central Government on nomination basis in the past. The DCI is the successful lowest bidder. Seven Indian and foreign parties participated in the pre-bid meeting for the tender and only two parties participated in the tender. DCI was the only party which got technically qualified for the tender. Under the new contract, the quantum of dredging has been reduced to about eight million cubic metres per year consequent to opening up of Eden channel. The DCI will execute the contract by deploying three dredgers.

 

Value Rs.3,313 cr.

BPCL BAGS CONTRACT

BPCL secured sanction to set up additional facilities at its Kochi refinery to meet the BS-VI quality auto fuel norms and establish a new MS block, which will entail an investment of Rs.3,313 crore. The Kochi refinery of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) is currently implementing the Integrated Refinery Expansion Project (IREP), which will enhance the refinery capacity from 9.5 million metric tonne per annum (MMTPA) to 15.5 MMTPA and upgrade auto fuel quality in line with BS-IV and part BS-V norms. About seven acres of land is required for the proposed BS-VI project and the total cost is estimated at Rs.3,313 crore.

 

Value Rs.25.4 cr.

RPP INFRA PROJECTS LIMITED BAGS ORDER FROM TNCSC

Infra Projects has received order from TNCSC (Tamilnadu Civil Supplies Corporution) for construction of scientitic storage godown of 25000MT capacity at Kodavasal village and Taluk in Thiruvarur district worth Rs.25.4 crore.

 

Value Rs.270 cr.

GE COMPANY BAGS CONTRACT FROM BHEL FOR SUPPLY OF BOILERS

GE has been awarded a contract worth approximately Rs.2,700 million by BHEL to supply two units of 800 MW supercritical boilers for Telangana Super Thermal Power Project, Phase-I, located in Telangana. The units are expected to be commissioned in 2020. Under the contract, GE - the sole licensor for BHEL supercritical technology — will design the 800 MW supercritical boilers and supply identified pressure parts. Key components of the pressure parts will be manufactured at company facilities in Durgapur.

 

Value Rs.375 cr.

IL&FS JOINT VENTURE BAGS TWO ROAD PROJECTS IN MP

IL&FS Transportation Networks’ joint venture with IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company has bagged two road projects in Madhya Pradesh worth Rs.375.23 crore. The company has quoted Rs.213.52 crore for project I and Rs.161.71 crore for project II. The construction period for project I is 730 days and project II is 548 days. Project 1 is for widening and reconstruction of Bariya Choki-Lugasi-Garhi Malhara Road, Bamitha-Dumra Road, Rajnangar-Bachhon Road and Chhatarpur-Vikrampur-Rajnagar Road. Project 2 is for widening and reconstruction of Barghat-Kanhiwada Road, Dharna-Asta-Dondiwada-Dharmakua Road, Waraseoni-Katangi Road.

 

Value Rs.149 cr.

IL&FS BAGS ORDER

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Ltd has bagged a contract from Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd for rural electrification works in Gonda district in Uttar Pradesh. The Rs.149.22 crore turnkey order is under the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojana and is scheduled to be completed in 12 months from the date of issue of the order. This project is funded by REC under the Eleventh Plan Programme. IL&FS Engineering is executing several such rural electrification projects in UP and West Bengal.




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