24 July 2019

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs 236 Cr

Shriram EPC Secures New Order from Jharkhand Govt

Chennai-based Shriram EPC Ltd (SEPC), one of India’s leading high-end engineering services company providing EPC & Turnkey solutions, bagged a new order worth Rs 236 crore from Drinking Water & Sanitation Department, Government of Jharkhand. According to the company, the project involves Providing Drinking water & sanitation facilities under TANDWA Block Rural Pipe Water Supply Scheme under D.W.& S. Division, Chatra on turnkey basis and the Major scope of the Project involves 700 Km of DI Pipe Lines, a 21.5 MLD Water Treatment Plant, Construction of Elevated Service Reservoirs, 25,543 House Service Connection and Operation & Maintenance of the scheme for 5 Years. The order is to be executed over a period of 36 months, it said.



Value Rs 33.89 Cr

Alphageo (India) Bags Contract from ONGC

Alphageo (India) has received Notification of Award (NOA) of Contract from Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Western Offshore Basin for NSP Project, Mumbai for provision of2D Seismic Data Acquisition services in un-appraised on land areas of Sedimentary Basins of Ganga-Punjab Area for estimated Contract Value of Rs. 33.89 crore (incl of taxes).



Value Rs 1,329 crore

L&T Construction bags orders across business

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) last month declared that its construction arm has won orders worth Rs 1,329 crore across business segments. L&T said its water and effluent treatment business has bagged orders worth Rs 710 crore in the international market. "A prestigious design and build order has been secured from Public Works Authority (ASHGHAL), Qatar, for the execution of 30 MLD (million litres per day) industrial area sewage treatment works," the engineering and construction major said in a BSE filing. Meanwhile, its transportation infrastructure business and smart world communication business won an orders worth Rs 481 crore and Rs 138 crore, respectively, in the domestic market.



Value Rs 527 Mn

RPP Infra Wins Order from Govt of Jharkhand

Construction major RPP Infra Projects Ltd last month said that it has bagged a new order from Government of Jharkhand (Drinking Water & Sanitation Department) for worth of Rs 527 Million. According to the company, the scope of the wok includes detailed survey, designing and drawing & construction of RCC intake well cum infiltration gallery, pump house, supplying and laying raw water rising main, clear water rising main, distribution system, supplying and installation of centrifugal pump motor, VT pump motor, construction of staff quarters in Chhaterpur and Adjoining villages rural water supply scheme including two years operation & maintenances with allied works etc, all complete job under D.W. & S. Division, Medininagar on turnkey basis for worth of Rs 527 Million.



Value Rs 1,100 Cr

GAIL Wins Line Pipe Contract for Barauni-Guwahati Pipeline

State-owned natural gas processing and distribution company GAIL (India) Ltd announced that the company has been awarded a contract for the purchase of 616 km of line pipe worth Rs 1,100 crore for the Barauni – Guwahati pipeline, putting on fast track project execution of the crucial 729 km feeder line linking North East India with the ‘Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga’ pipeline network. According to the company, the award of the contract will ensure commencement of spurline laying activities of the Barauni — Guwahati pipeline from December 2018. The under construction pipeline will connect the upcoming ‘Indradhanush’ gas grid network to the national gas network. Work across India’s single largest pipeline spanning 3,400 km under Jagadishpur— Haldia—Bokaro-Dhamra project is in full swing and progressing as per schedule. Physical progress under phase-1 of the flagship project is 92% complete and it is expected to be completed within next two months, whereas the balance phases including the additional section under Barauni-Guwahati spurline are lined up for sequential completion by December 2021, the company added.



Value Rs 138 Cr

L&T Construction bags order from Bengaluru Metro

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) declared that its construction arm has won orders worth Rs 138 crore from the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL). The work includes the supply and installation of telecommunication systems for Namma Metro’s 27 stations. The stations, part of Metro's Phase II network, are located on four stretches such as Mysuru road - Kengeri, Kanakapura road - Anjanapura Township, Baiyappanahalli - Whitefield and Nagasandra - Bengaluru International Exhibition Centre. The official statement said the scope of work includes Public Address Systems, Passenger Information Displays, Master Clocks, Centralized Data Recording, Tetra Radio Communication, Fibre Optic Transmission Network, CCTV surveillance and Telecom - Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems. L&T is executing similar works for Lucknow Metro, Nagpur Metro and Metro-Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad. Currently, the Bengaluru Metro is constructing the 72-km Phase II project while the 42-km stretch is already up and running.



Value Rs 1460 crore

Welspun Enterprises bags road project in Maharashtra

Welspun Enterprises in the last month said it has bagged a Rs 1,460 crore road project from PWD in Maharashtra. The company has received the letter of award from PWD, Government of Maharashtra, for upgradation of roads/two-laning of roads/ two-laning of roads with paved shoulder under Maharashtra Road Improvement Programme (MRIP) Package on Hybrid Annuity Mode (HAM)...in Amravati, Welspun Enterprises said in a BSE filing. The bid project cost is Rs 1,460 crore, with the project length being 352.15 km across 9 sub-packages, it added. The company said it will receive from PWD 60 per cent of the bid project cost during the construction phase, in five equal installments which would be paid upon achievement of physical progress milestones. The balance 40 per cent will be serviced through semi annual annuity payments over 10 years. The company said it has seven projects under hybrid annuity mode totalling over Rs 8,500 crore.



Value Rs 3,500 Cr

Sterlite Tech Bags Long-term Contract for Indian Navy’s Next-gen Digital Network

Sterlite Technologies Ltd, a global data network solutions company announced that it has been awarded the confirmed purchase order for designing, building and managing the Indian Navy’s digital network. According to the compnay, this Rs 3,500-crore project is a multi-year contract, which will include design, execution, operations and maintenance of the Navy Digital Network. The company had in February 2018 announced the award of the Advanced Purchase Order (APO) for this project. “This network will give the Indian Navy digital defence supremacy at par with the best naval forces in the world. The project includes the creation of an independent high-capacity end-to-end communications network, linking multiple Indian naval sites and India-administered islands. The project will include setting-up of highly secure data centres and Big Data content delivery networks that are software-defined,” the company said.



Value Rs225.26cr

 A2Z Infra Engineering bags order from ITI

The contract is from ITI for the survey, procurement, supply, trenching, laying, installation, and testing of optical fiber cable, accessories, and GPON equipment. Stocks of A2Z Infra Engineering Ltd surged 5% in afternoon trade on Monday as the company announced a contract win worth Rs225.26cr from ITI Ltd. The infra frim announced in a press release on Monday afternoon that the contract is for the survey, procurement, supply, trenching, laying, installation, and testing of optical fiber cable, accessories, and GPON equipment for Bharat Net Phase-II Network under Package- WB-2. The contract is for a period of seven years and includes operations and maintenance of the equipment. A2Z Group is an engineering, procurement and construction company, headquartered in Gurgaon, India, in Haryana state. The company has clients in the retail, government, infra services and renewable energy sectors.



Value Rs 404cr

Gayatri Projects wins orders from Bihar State Road Development

Gayatri Projects  has bagged three orders worth Rs403.96cr from Bihar State Road Development Corporation Limited (BSRDC).  Of the total, an order worth Rs126.99cr has been received for the improvement, upgradation, and strengthening of Kadirganj - Dewangarh Section (KM,0,00 to KM,27.00) of Kadirqanj - Khaira Road (SH-82) under BSHP - III, IFB No.BSHP-llI/SHB2lPkg-s12017-18, the company said in a press release to the exchanges last month. An order worth Rs151.27cr has been bagged for Dewangarh-Badaldih Section (KM,27,00 to Km,54.00) of Kadirganj - Khaira Road (SH-82) under BSHP - III, IFB No.BSHP-lil/SHB2lPkq-612017-18, the company added. Gayatri Projects also received an order worth Rs125.70cr for Badaldih -Khaira Section (KM.54.00 to Km,75.10) of Kadirgan¡ - Khaira Road (SH-82) under BSHP - III, IFB No.BSHP-lll/SH-82/Pkg712017-rB, it said.



Value Rs 2900 Cr

BHEL wins orders for Emission Control equipment from NTPC

Amidst stiff competitive bidding, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has bagged four orders for emission control equipment from NTPC Ltd. Valued at about Rs.2,900 Crore, these orders involve supply and installation of Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) systems for control of SOx emissions at NTPC's 3x660 MW North Karanpura, 2x500 MW Mauda Stage-I, 3x660 MW Barh Stage-I and 2x660 MW Barh Stage-II power projects. BHEL has been a major player in this area for more than a decade and was one of the earliest entrants in the Indian market for emission control equipment, having successfully executed the FGD system at Tata Power’s Trombay Unit 8 in 2008. With these orders, BHEL is presently executing FGD systems for 17 units of NTPC and its JVs, other projects being 3x250 MW Bongaigaon, 2x490 MW National Capital Power Station (NCPS) at Dadri and 2x660 MW Maitree in Bangladesh. Overall, BHEL has contracted FGD orders for 32 units from various customers till date.




Value Rs 111 crore

Tejas wins Indian Navy order

Tejas Networks, a maker of networking product, has received an Rs 111 crore purchase order from Sterlite Technologies to implement Indian Navy’s country-wide next-generation digital communications network.

Tejas Networks will supply its terabit capacity Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) systems and high-performance layer-3 multi-gigabit ethernet switches for Navy's pan-India network, according to a company statement. Systems integrator, Sterlite Technologies bagged the long-term contract for the design, execution, operations, and maintenance of the network.



Value Rs 1376 Cr

 NBCC gains 3% as co gives 2 LoA

NBCC India gained 3.2 percent intraday last month  after company gave 2 letter of awards for projects worth Rs 1,376.5 crore. The company has issued letter of awards (LoA) for works of redevelopment of Ayur Vigyan Nagar campus of AIIMS at New Delhi. This include construction of residential towers and commercial towers, social infrastructure buildings, external development works and allied works on EPC basis (Pkg.-I/Phase I) for a total contract value of Rs 837,77,00,000 to Girdhari Lal Constructions. The other project include redevelopment of Charbagh, Lucknow Railway Station and adjoining land parcels on EPC basis (Phase I) for a total contract value of Rs 538,76,00,000 to Ahluwalia Contracts (India).



Value Rs 902 Cr

NBCC bags order from Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

NBCC  has won an order worth Rs902cr from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the company said in a press note to exchanges last month. Despite this, shares of the company slipped 1% in the noon session. The scope of work involves planning, designing, and construction of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Deoghar in Jharkhand under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY), the company said in a press note. NBCC (India) Ltd is currently trading at Rs52.90, down by Rs0.4 or 0.75% from its previous closing of Rs53.30 on the BSE.

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