19 December 2018

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs.2612 cr.


Dilip Buildcon has bagged a road project worth Rs.1,522 crore from NHAI in Odisha. The project is for rehabilitation and upgradation to six-laning of Chandikhole-Bhadrak section of NH-5 (new NH-16) from km 62 to km 135.5 in Odisha. The road major has also bagged a road project worth Rs.360.58 crore in Karnataka from Ircon International Ltd. The project is for six-laning of Davanagere-Haveri sector of NH-48. The company has bagged another road project worth Rs.730 crore in Madhya Pradesh from NHAI. The project is for construction of four laning from km 624.480 to km 653.225 (delinked stretch of Seoni-MP/MH border) of NH-7 in Madhya Pradesh.




Value Rs.134 cr.


Engineering major ABB India has won an order worth Rs.134 crore to supply traction equipment for electric locomotives, manufactured by Chittaranjan Locomotive works (CLW). ABB will deliver traction converters, standalone auxiliary converters and vehicle control units, for 64 electric locomotives, which will run passenger and freight operations. This solution will be locally manufactured at ABB’s Nelamangala production unit in Bengaluru, the company added. ABB has been a key partner of Indian Railways (IR) over the decades with a suite of traction solutions. This year marks 10 years of ABB’s association with CLW. With only around 42 percent of its rail network electrified, Indian Railways has a set a goal to electrify its entire rail network by 2020, with an eye on reducing greenhouse emissions and dependence on fossil-fuel based automotive power.




Value Rs.1,483 cr.


L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering Ltd (LTHE) has signed an offshore contract with Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), for ‘Bassein Development 3 Well Platform & Pipeline Project, the deal is valued at approximately Rs.1,483 crore (approx. $229 mn). Awarded as an ‘EPCIC’ (engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning), project includes three new wellhead platforms, 23 km subsea pipeline, composite subsea power cable, clamp-on works on an existing platform and modification work on nine existing platforms in the western offshore basin in India. The project is part of ONGC’s strategy to jointly develop three small and marginal fields/blocks, namely; B-147, BSE-11 and NBP-E, under ‘Bassein Development 3 Well Platform Project’, it is scheduled to be completed by May 2019.




Value Rs.7,300 cr.


Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Ltd (TANGEDCO), has awarded its 1,320 MW Supercritical Thermal Power Project (STPP), to Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL). Valued at over Rs.7,300 crore, the Greenfield project will located at Thoothukudi district in Tamil Nadu. To be executed on EPC basis, scope of work includes, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection, commissioning and civil works, for entire plant including sea water intake and outfall systems. BHEL will fabricate critical project equipment at its Trichy, Haridwar, Bhopal, Ranipet, Hyderabad, Jhansi, Thirumayam and Bengaluru plants, BHEL’s Southern Region will be responsible for civil works, erection and commissioning, of the equipment.




Value Rs.81.83 cr.


GE Power India has received an order worth of Rs.8,183 million from Navayuga Engineering Company, worth approximately Rs.8,183 mn (i.e. approximately $126 mn). As per the award, the contract is for design, engineering, manufacturing, supply, erection, testing and commissioning, of 12 nos., 80 MW capacity, vertical full kaplan turbine generator units along with all associated auxiliary and ancillary equipment,




Value Rs.3,355 cr.


Larsen & Toubro Construction has bagged orders worth Rs.3,355 crore. The buildings and factories business division has bagged orders worth Rs.3,355 crore. The orders include design and construction of India International Convention & Expo Centre (IICC) in the national capital. The business also secured a contract to construct a major retail development in Navi Mumbai for IKEA, construction for the proposed development will start in early 2018. Another order bagged by it is to construct ‘Viveka Tirtha’ Ramakrishna Mission Centre for Human Excellence at Kolkata.



Value Rs.484 cr.


AL FARA’A-Hindustan Construction Company Ltd. (HCC), JV has been awarded Rs.484 crore contract by the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (MMRCL), for Pune Metro Rail Project. HCC’s share in the JV is 51 per cent (Rs.247 crore). HCC is lead partner. The contract is for construction of eight elevated metro rail stations viz. Vanaz, Anand Nagar, Ideal Colony, Nal Stop, Garware College, Deccan, Sambhaji Park & PMC on Line II (E-W Corridor), of Pune Metro Rail Project. Scope involves general and structural civil works of station buildings and architectural and site development. The 14.66 km long Line II of Pune Metro is totally elevated and has 16 stations, which 8 are being built by HCC. This is the second order HCC has received from Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Ltd for Pune Metro Rail Project. The earlier order is to construct nine elevated stations on Line I.



Value Rs.1,125 cr.


Construction arm of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has won orders worth Rs.1,125 crore across business segments. L&T said its metallurgical and material handling business received orders worth Rs.710 crore while other businesses won orders worth Rs.415 crore.



Value Rs.327 cr.


Thermax Group has bagged a Rs.327 cr order from a public sector company based in Western India for its up-coming chemical plant. The project is for a BTG (Boiler-Turbine-Generator) package on EPC basis for their captive co-generation power plant of 2 x 65 MW capacity. Project scope includes design, engineering, manufacturing, construction and commissioning of the solid fuel based BTG package consisting of 2 CFBC boilers, steam turbines and generators. Thermax will also supply emission control equipment and other auxiliaries for the BTG project, which is to executed in two years.



Value Rs.583 cr.


Gayatri Projects has bagged a new order of Rs.583 crore contract from National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). The order is for rehabilitation and uprgadation of Cuttack-Angul Section of NH-42 (NEW NH-55) to 4-lane (km. 0+400 to k.m.60+200) in the state of Odisha under NHDP Phase-III on EPC Mode, PKG-1. This is in addition to a recent project won by a JV with M/s. Public Joint Stock Company 'Kyivmetrobud' i.e Gayatri-KMB (JV), from NHAI under Bharatmala centrally-sponsored and funded road and highways projects.




Value Rs.2,265 cr.


Larsen & Toubro Construction has won three EPC orders worth Rs.2,265 crore from Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA). The scope of work includes investigation, design and construction of roads, drains, culverts, water supply, sewerage, sewerage treatment plants, utility ducts for power and ICT, reuse waterline and avenue plantation for land pooling schemes in Zones — 6, 7 and 10, areas of Amaravati Capital City.




Value Rs.672 cr.


PSU firm Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL), has secured a contract for 146 sets of IGBT-based 3 phase electrics for 25 KV AC Mainline EMU (MEMU) trains. Valued at Rs 672 crore, the order has been placed on BHEL by Rail Coach Factory (RCF), Kapurthala. Scope of work envisages design, manufacture, supply, installation and commissioning of IGBT-based propulsion system and other equipment for MEMU trains of Indian Railways. BHEL will develop and produce the system and equipment to be deployed in the project produced at its various manufacturing plants located at Bengaluru, Bhopal and Jhansi. Till date, BHEL has supplied 360 electric locomotives of various ratings to Indian Railways, apart from over 370 diesel electric shunting locomotives to various industries.




Value Rs.215 cr.


IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Ltd (IL&FS Engineering Services) has been awarded a Fax of Acceptance (FOA) from Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL) for a new project in the states of Jharkhand and West Bengal. The contract is for 157.8 km long 30” diameter pipeline laying works for Dobhi-Durgapur-Haldia Pipeline Section (Part B) along with 13.28 km long 12” diameter spurline under Jagdishpur Haldia/Bokaro-Dhamra natural gas pipeline (JHBDPL) project in Jharkhand and West Bengal states. The contract is worth Rs.215.79 crore (Excluding GST) and is to be mechanically completed in 15 months from date of FOA and additional 2 month for pre-commissioning and commissioning. Recently the company won other GAIL pipeline laying contracts from GAIL worth Rs.123.05 crore in Kerala/Karnataka and is currently executing other pipeline projects for GAIL worth Rs.335.71 crore in Kerala and Bihar states.




Value Rs.1,020 cr.


EPC major Larsen & Toubro (L&T), won a Rs.1,020-crore contract to maintain 5 million smart meters in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar over next eight years. A smart meter tender, floated by state-owned Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) earlier this year, was divided into two parts — meter procurement and systems integration. The latter involves meter installation, data storage on Cloud and preparing dashboards, among other things. L&T, Keonics and China-based IESLAB had shown interest in the systems integration part of the tender. As a systems integrator, L&T will provide GPRS-based solution that requires placing of a SIM card in the meter for communication. Major telecom operators Airtel, Vodafone, Idea and BSNL, have been roped in for supplying 5 million SIM cards for smart meters.

The number of SIM cards to be supplied by each telco will be decided during the project execution phase.

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