22 October 2019

Contracts Awarded

Harris Corporation bags deals from AAI Value Rs. 945 cr

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has signed a 15-year contract worth `945 crore with Harris Corporation for its Futuristic Telecommunications Infrastructure initiatives. The initiative will upgrade network operations, enhance security, and improve the performance, reliability and quality of India’s air traffic management communications network, while reducing telecommunications costs. Harris will leverage its extensive expertise from creating and managing the highly successful Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) managed services network, which securely connects more than 4,400 national and international FAA and Department of Defense facilities, and enables the FAA to achieve its mission for safe and efficient air travel of more than 87,000 aircraft each day.

 

 

Kalpataru bags power project Value Rs. 1463 cr

Leading EPC player Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd (KPTL), has secured new orders worth `672-crore project from PGCIL and SEBs for transmission line and GIS Substation. Another two orders totalling `581 crore from IOCL and GAIL include laying of pipeline & associated works. The remaining order is for design, supply, erection, testing & commissioning for railway electrification, including OHE, TSS & associated works from RVNL for `210 crore in a JV Consortium. This has taken the total orders of `1,463 crore.

 

 

WABAG bags waste water rehab project Value Rs 296 cr

The Delhi Jal Board has awarded the work of rehabilitation and up-gradation of the 182 MLD Waste Water Treatment Plant at Rithala to Chennai-based VA Tech Wabag Ltd (WABAG). The project is a part of the Yamuna Action Plan. The project is estimated to cost `296 crore. It is learnt that the scope includes design, supply, construction, commissioning including operation and maintenance for 11 years. The project will be financed by Japan International Cooperation Agency (‘JICA’). Additionally, the up-gradation includes WABAG designing and constructing a Biogas power generation unit from sewage, reducing dependence on the power grid.

 

 

Jain Irrigation bags Waghur Asoda branch canal project Value Rs.70 cr

Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd has bagged the Waghur Asoda branch canal and Asoda Distributary Pressurised Pipe Distribution Future ready Micro Irrigation Project in Maharashtra. The company has also received Bhadli branch canal and distributary canal pipe distribution project under Tapi Irrigation Development Corporation, Jalgaon under the Water Resources Department, Govt. of Maharashtra. The cost of the project is `70.36 crores.

 

 

NHAI awards road projects to IRB Value Rs. 2043 cr

The state highway construction company NHAI has awarded road project worth `2,043 crore for the construction of highway in Gujarat. The company will be constructing the eight lane Vadodara Kim expressway from 355 to 378.740 km (Padra to Vadodara section of Vadodara Mumbai expressway) in Gujarat.

 

 

BHEL bags thermal plant project Value Rs. 4400 cr

State owned entity Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited has bagged a contract to set up up a 1x660 MW supercritical thermal power plant in Uttar Pradesh. The cost of the project is estimated to be `4,400 crore. The project is located at Panki based in Kanpur district. BHEL will execute the project on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis.

 

 

L&T bags EPC contract for Cochin Shipyard Value Rs. 1798 cr

The Cochin Shipyard Ltd has issued a letter of acceptance to Larsen & Toubro Ltd for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract of a new dry dock – the third at the yard. Cochin Shipyard sold shares in an initial public offering (IPO) in August 2017 to part-fund a `2,769-crore expansion plan comprising construction of a `1,799-crore new dry dock and a `970-crore international ship repair facility at the Cochin Port Trust. Reports suggest that as per the basis of the letter of acceptance, L&T will have to submit a bank guarantee to CSL ahead of signing a formal contract.

 

 

KITCO Ltd Makes Bags HAL, BEL Projects Value Rs. 195 cr

KITCO Ltd has bagged major consultancy projects of public sector Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL). The project, amounting `195 crore project is to be implemented in two phase. The first phase involves setting up of weapon system integration, beacon facilities and hard stands. The scope of the consultancy involves design, tendering and execution of factory complex, development of strategic business units with state-of-the- art manufacturing facility for missile electronics integration. KITCO will function as consultants for all the electrical, civil and mechanical works in the project. The second phase of the project involves Homeland Security (HLS), weapon manufacturing, UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), Electronic Warfare Test Range and bunkers for missile storage. Blast proof buildings and elevation towers will also be added in later stages. KITCO is involved in the preparation of master plan for Phase II.

 

 

R Infra-Astaldi JV bags Versova-Bandra sea link project Value Rs. 7000 cr

Reliance Infrastructure(RInfra) and Astaldi SpA (Italy) have bagged `6,993.99 crore order for construction of the second sea link in Mumbai. The company will construct the 17.17 km long Versova-Bandra sea link. It is also learnt that the project will be three times the length of the existing Bandra-Worli sea link. The project is to be commissioned in 60 months. According to the BSE filing, the JV has bagged the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for Versova-Bandra sea link.

 

 

Ahluwalia Contracts bags infra projects Value Rs. 389.80 cr

Ahluwalia Contracts (India) Ltd has bagged new orders worth `261.33 crore for construction of renovation & modernization of Milan Mela at Kolkata and worth of `106.2cr for construction of building, renovation of building for Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd and worth `22.28cr for other construction work. All this has taken the total order inflow during the FY18- 19 to `1,624.8 crore.

 

 

Pennar to build factory building for MRF Ltd Value Rs. 145 cr

Pennar Engineered Building Systems a subsidiary of Pennar Industries has received orders worth `145 crore for the construction of a factory building from MRF Ltd. at Dahej, Gujarat. Similarly, the company will be constructing a factory building from Bridgestone Ltd through Shapoorji & Pallongi at Pune; power plant building from Shapoorji & Pallongi at Rwanda (East Africa); factory building from Neel Metal at Gujarat; R&D centre from Pragathi Construction at Mysore.

 

 

Ashoka Buildcon Arm Signs Concession Pact with NHAI Value Rs. 860 cr

Ashoka Khairatunda Barwa Adda Road Ltd (SPV), a wholly owned subsidiary of Ashoka Concessions Ltd, a subsidiary of the infrastructure development company Ashoka Buildcon Ltd (ABL) has recently signed a Concession Agreement with National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for the Project Six Laning of Khairatunda to Barwa Adda Section of NH-2 from km. 360.300 to km. 400.132 in the State of Jharkhand under NHDP Phase-V on Hybrid Annuity Mode. The cost of the project is estimated to be `860.10 crore

 

 

Adventz’s Texmaco bags Agartala-Akhaura Rail Link Project Value Rs. 200 cr

India’s total rail solution provider, Adventz Group’s Texmaco Rail & Engineering Ltd has been awarded a project to construct the 45-km-dual-gauge line between Agartala in Tripura and Akhaura, a sub-district of Chittagong in Bangladesh. This project is scheduled to be completed in 18 months. The cost of the project is estimated to be ` 200 crore. The Agartala - Akhaurarail project will lend full connectivity from east to west of Bangladesh, apart from enabling trade relations and establishing people-to-people connect between the two neighbours. Once completed, the railway link is expected to cut the distance between Agartala and Kolkata by more than 1,000 km. Further, it will enhance India’s access to Chittagong port, considered to the heart of Bangladesh economy.

 

 

NECC bags orders from Tata Steels Value Rs. 356 cr

Tata group firm Tata Steels Ltd has awarded North Eastern Carrying Corporation Ltd, a Delhi based company projects for transportation of their raw materials and mining products from its Sukinda mines situated in Odisha. The project costs `356 crore. The work order is valid from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2021. North Eastern Carrying Corporation Ltd is an integrated logistics solutions provider with presence across India and Nepal, and has an established operational set up in Bhutan and Bangladesh.

 

 

Dilip Buildcon inks deal with NHAI Value Rs. 2992 cr

The state owned highway construction company, NHAI has entered into a deal with highway construction player Dilip Buildcon for road projects in the state of Karnataka. The cost of these projects is estimated to be `2,991.7 crore. Reports suggest that Ashoka Mallasandra Karadi Road Pvt Ltd, a special purpose vehicle (SPV) and National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) have entered into a concession agreement for the four-laning of Tumkur -- Shivamogga section of NH 206 from Mallasandra to Karadi Village on Hybrid Annuity Mode (HAM). Another `1,218.50 crore project pertains to four-laning of the Tumkur-Shivamogga section of NH 206 under NHDP phase IV in HAM mode and will be executed by Ashoka Karadi Banwara Road Pvt Ltd SPV. The other project pertains to four-laning of Belgaum -- Khanapur Section of NH 4A on HAM.

 

 

KITE awards RPP Infra with infra projects Value Rs. Value Rs. 83.7 cr

Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) has awarded infrastructure major RPP Infra Projects Ltd infrastructure projects. The orders are worth `837 million. According to reports, it includes works of modernization of Schools to International Standards as Centers of Excellence (`5 crore category) and Betterment of Infrastructure Facilities (`3 crore category) in 10 Schools in Cluster – 15 & 16. The said work to be completed within 9 months.

 

 

RInfra EPC Secures Order from RVNL Value Rs. 774

Reliance Infrastructure Ltd EPC has received the Letter of Award (LOA) from Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) for its maiden railway project worth `774 crore for the construction of third rail line between Jimidipeta and Gotlam on East Coast Railway on Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) basis. The 105 km-long line will run in Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. The scope of work includes civil, track, electrification, signalling and telecom works of the rail line. The work also includes construction of 13 railway stations and staff quarters.

 

 

L&T Construction bags orders Value Rs. 2400 cr

Noted Indian construction company Larsen and Toubro recently announced that said its subsidiary L&T Construction has bagged orders worth `2,440 crore in the domestic market. It is learnt that L& T has received an order under Saubhagya scheme for electrification works in urban and rural areas, augmentation of 33/11kV substations and replacement of conductors with aerial bunched cables. It has also secured an order from the Department of Disaster Management for the construction of underground power cable network on turnkey basis in the eastern region of India. Other projects include building grid-connected rooftop solar plants in government buildings under the 'Alo Shree' scheme and supply, erection, testing and commissioning of 400kV double circuit transmission lines on turnkey basis in the southern region of India.

 

 

 

Dilip Buildcon- NHAI ink deal Value Rs. 6055 cr

Highway construction company Dilip Buildcon recently declared that the company has executed contracts with the National Highways Authority of India for road projects aggregating to `6,055 crore. The highway projects will be executed in Karnataka, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra under Hybrid Annuity Mode (HAM). The company has executed the concession agreement with the National Highways Authority of India (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways) to execute around  528.4 km of highways.




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