24 October 2019

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs.615 cr.

WIPRO BAGS PROJECT IN KARNATAKA

Wipro bagged Rs.615-crore Karnataka government project to establish a State information highway connecting its 10,000 offices across the State under the Karnataka State Wide Area Network (KSWAN-2). Along with Wipro, the State cabinet awarded a contract to Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd to provide broadband connection for Rs.186 crore for five years. The Rs.800-crore KSWAN is second phase to strengthening e-governance initiative in the State and connect all government offices with fast and reliable connectivity.

 

 

Value Rs.35 cr.

RICHA INDUSTRIES BAGS ORDER FROM DMRC

Leading Construction and Engineering company, Richa Industries Ltd has secured an order of Rs.35 crores from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for constructing the Six Elevated Metro stations on Mukundpur Shiv Vihar Corridor and Depot along with workshop of Jahangirpuri-Badli Corridor Phase III of Delhi MRTS.

 

 

Value Rs.91.92 cr.

MAN INFRA BAGS ORDERS

Man Infra construction has received an order worth Rs.91.92 crore for development of an integrated common rail yard facility at Jawaharlal Nehru Port in Navi Mumbai. The order was given by Indian Port Rail Corp.

 

 

Value Rs.1,200 cr.

KALPATARU POWER TRANSMISSION

Kalpataru Power has bagged orders worth Rs.1,200 crore. In an exchange filing, the company said the orders were for a transmission line turnkey project from the Transmission Corp of Telangana, Hyderabad, worth Rs.402 crore; a Railway infrastructure construction project in Hyderabad for Rail Vikas Nigam, worth Rs.464 crore; and a transmission line turnkey project in Abu Dhabi worth Rs.336 crore. The stock of Kalpataru Power jumped 7.2 per cent at Rs.310.10 on the NSE.

 

 

Value Rs.1,781 cr.

KEC INTERNATIONAL BAGS ORDERS

Engineering, procurement and construction major KEC International has won new orders worth Rs.1,781 crore. The company bagged international orders worth Rs.1,270 crore for the transmission and distribution business while domestic orders are worth Rs. 432. Domestic orders include contract from PGCIL for construction of 800 kV HVDC transmission line and construction and extension of 765/400 kV GIS/ AIS substations.

 

 

Value Rs.109.87 cr.

VALECHA ENGINEERING BAGS ROAD PROJECTS

Valecha Engineering has bagged two road projects worth Rs.109.87 crore for rehabilitation and upgradation to 2 lanes with paved shoulder/ four-lane configuration of Karad-Tasgaon- Jath-Vijapur Road up to Karnataka Border road. Nagaj Junction at NH-166 to Jatha (Tasgaon to Shirdhon) in the State of Maharashtra is on EPC mode.

 

 

Value Rs.4,000 cr.

L&T HYDROCARBON BAGS ORDERS

Infrastructure major Larsen & Toubro’s subsidiary L&T Hydrocarbon has bagged orders worth Rs.4,000 crore in the international market. L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering Ltd, a wholly—owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro, has won orders totalling close to Rs.4,000 crore in the international market.

 

 

Value Rs.1,421 cr.

BEML WINS CONTRACT FROM BANGALORE METRO

BEML has won a Rs.1,421-crore contract from Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRCL) for supply of metro cars for supply of 150 seats of intermediate metro cars to augment the existing 3 car trains supplied by BEML to 6 car trains. The contract is scheduled to be completed by December, 2018. BMEL has forayed into manufacturing and supply of hi-tech metro cars during 2002 and as a leading rolling stock supplier has so far supplied over 1,000 metro cars to Delhi, Bangalore and Jaipur Metro Corporations.

 

 

Value Rs.700 cr.

DILIP BUILDCON BAGS EPC ORDERS

Highway developer Dilip Buildcon has bagged two EPC road projects worth about Rs.700 crore in Maharashtra from the Road Transport and Highways Ministry (MORTH). The contract includes a Rs.343.72-crore project for rehabilitation and upgradation of two lanes with paved shoulders on EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) mode from Kalamb to Wadki. The second order, worth Rs.340.04 crore, is for the rehabilitation and upgradation of two lanes from Majalgaon to Kaij.

 

 

Value Rs.5,250 cr.

L&T ARM WINS ORDER FROM QATAR

L & T’s power transmission and distribution business has won its single-largest order from its esteemed customer Kahramaa, Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation for its ongoing Qatar electricity transmission and network expansion. The contract involves engineering, procurement and construction of 30 new gas insulated sub-stations of varying voltage levels of 220 kv, 132 kv, and 66 kv underground cables for approximately 560 km under various definitive and framework packages. The project work is spread across the state of Qatar, including both freshly developed as well as already developed areas. The project is scheduled for completion in phases in 15-32 months.

 

 

Value Rs.982 cr.

SUNIL HITECH BAGS NEW ORDER

Sunil Hitech Engineers Ltd has bagged a road project worth Rs.982 cr in Maharashtra on a hybrid annuity mode from the National Highways Authority of India. The project involves construction and widening of the existing 2-lane Bodhre to Dhule road section of NH-211 to four/six lane configuration. The project includes 67.2 km road construction with two new ROBs, six underpasses, four major and 26 minor bridges and two new bypasses. The execution of the project is likely to start in next three to five months. The project is likely to get completed in 30 months from its start.

 

 

Value Rs.711 cr.

RINFRA BAGS PROJECT FROM NHAI

Reliance Infrastructure Ltd (RInfra) has bagged a Rs.711-crore project in Tamil Nadu from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for the construction of Vikkaravandi to Sethiyahopu section of NH-45 C in Tamil Nadu after it emerged as the lowest bidder for the development of the project on an EPC basis. The project is part of the Centre’s flagship programme of the National Highway Development Programme (phase IV) and is funded by NHAI. The project is to be completed within 24 months. The contract includes design and construction of the 65.96-km highway, including major and minor bridges, railway over bridges, flyover, bypasses and toll plaza as major components of the project. The maintenance period for the project is four years.

 

 

Value Rs.3,269 cr.

DILIP BUILDCON BAGS PROJECTS

Highway developer Dilip Buildcon bagged three road projects worth Rs.3,269 crore in Maharashtra from the National Highways Authority of India for three projects. The first project is for four-laning of Mahagaon to Yavatmal section of NH-361 from Km 320.580 to Km 400.575 at a project cost of Rs.1,160.64 crore. The second project is for four-laning of Yavatmal to Wardha section of NH-361 from Km 400.575 to Km 465.500 at a project cost of Rs.1,043.28 crore. The third is for four-laning of Wardha-Butibori section of NH-361 from km 465.500 to km 524.690 at a project cost of Rs.1,065.51 crore. Completion period for all projects is 30 months.

 

 

Value Rs.750 cr.

NIIT-LED CONSORTIUM BAGS DEAL FROM CANADA’S RECO

Skills and talent development firm NIIT today said a consortium led by its Canada unit has bagged a five-year deal from Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO). It is estimated to be about Rs.150 crore annually or Rs.750 crore over a period of five years. The five-year agreement is extendable for a period of three years.

 

 

Value Rs.5,725 cr.

L&T BAGS ORDERS

Larsen & Toubro has won new orders worth Rs.4,000 crore from the hydrocarbon sector. L&T bagged orders worth Rs.1,725 crore for construction jobs, which included one in the transport infrastructure space and another for a heavy civil infrastructure construction.

L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering, a subsidiary of the company, won all of the Rs.4,000 crore orders in the international market, primarily in the Middle East and Africa. It won a major onshore engineering, procurement and construction order for a large petrochemical facility in the Middle East. The company also won orders for supply of modularized structures and skids for ongoing refinery projects in the Middle East and Africa.

 

 

Value Rs.1,058 cr.

JMC BAGS ORDERS

Engineering firm JMC Projects (India) Ltd (JMC) has secured new orders worth Rs.1,058 crore. These projects include a residential building project in Thane worth Rs.531 crore. It has also bagged two commercial building projects in Bangalore worth Rs.527 crore.

 

 

Value Rs.2,903 cr.

L&T CONSTRUCTION BAGS REDEVELOPMENT CONTRACT

The Buildings & Factories Business of L&T Construction has bagged its largest residential project order worth Rs.2,903 crore to re-develop Mumbai’s century-old BDD Chawls for Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA). The scope of work comprises of design and construction of 20 residential towers (3B+G+23F) for rehabilitation, four high-rise towers (3B+G+72F) for sale and one commercial development (3B+G+21F) within a plot area of 16 acres along with MEP, finishes, on-site/ off-site infrastructure, landscaping, demolition of existing structures and logistics involved in the rehabilitation of the current occupants. The project will be constructed using aluminum formwork systems to create a sleek and elegant structure that is both aesthetically appealing as well as structurally sound.

 

 

Value Rs.1,725 cr.

LARSEN & TOUBRO CONSTRUCTION WINS ORDERS

Larsen & Toubro has bagged orders worth Rs.1,725 crore across two of its business segments. In the transportation infrastructure business, the company bagged contracts worth Rs.725 crore. An engineering, procurement and construction order has been secured from the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MORTH) for four-laning of the Wadpale to Bhogaon Khurd section of NH-17 in Maharashtra. The scope of work includes construction of 38.76 km of four lane dual carriageway with concrete pavement, 27.53 km of service/slip road, two major bridges, nine minor bridges and 17 vehicular and cattle underpasses along with other associated works. The business has also received additional orders from various ongoing projects. In heavy civil infrastructure business, the company has received engineering, procurement and construction orders worth Rs.1,000 crore under L&T GeoStructure.

 

 

Value Rs.891 cr.

SADBHAV INFRA WINS HIGHWAY PROJECT IN RAJASTHAN

The project includes six lane of greenfield proposed Udaipur bypass on hybrid annuity mode, package-IV under NHDP phase V in the state of Rajasthan. The bid project cost is Rs.891 crore. The construction period of said project is 730 days from the date of appointment and operation period is 15 years from CoD.

 

 

Value Rs.3,195 cr.

L&T BAGS ORDER

Engineering major L&T has won two orders worth Rs.3,195 crore. The building and factories business segment has won orders worth Rs.2,490 crore, while the water and effluent treatment business segment order is of Rs.705 crore. The Rs.2,490-crore order is from a leading government organisation, while the water and effluent treatment business segment order worth Rs.705 crore will be executed by L&T in a joint venture with Shriram EPC.




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