22 August 2019

Contract Awarded




Value Rs 389 cr


Technofab Engg Bags New Orders


Technofab Engineering Ltd, an electro-mechanical Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company, last month said that it has received two new orders from the Electrical Sector totalling to Rs 389 crore. According to the company, the first project is for turnkey construction of 33/11 CV substations along with associated lines and related works for Srinagar in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Meanwhile, the second project involves turnkey construction of High Voltage Distribution Systems [HVDS) for the Barrackpur & Naihati Divisions of North 24 Parganas in West Bengal, it said.




Value Rs 514 crore


JMC Projects bags orders from Andhra Pradesh


Civil engineering firm JMC Projects declared said it had secured orders worth Rs 514 crore in the domestic market. The company said it has received two orders totalling Rs 236 crore for construction of educational institutes in Andhra Pradesh, JMC Projects said in a regulatory filing. It has also won civil construction and related mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP) works for residential building in Telangana for Rs 141 crore and civil works for a steel plant in Odisha for Rs 137 crore.  JMC Projects (India) is an arm of Kalpataru Power  Transmission.





Value Rs 3,000 cr


Sterlite Power commissions Kashmir transmission project


Sterlite Power expects bidding opportunities worth Rs 3.5 lakh crore in the next five years in the form of tenders from central and state governments for setting up and strengthening inter and intra state transmission system. Sterlite group CEO Pratik Agarwal said the country will soon need to award tenders for large transmission lines, on the lines of Green energy corridors. The company also announced the commissioning of its Kashmir transmission project set up at a cost of Rs  3000 crore. The line will transmit 1000-mw of incremental power to the valley.






Value Rs 204.5 Cr


Indian Hume Pipe Company Bags New Order from Andhra Govt


The Indian Hume Pipe Company Ltd (IHP), a leading manufacturer of hume steel pipes, concrete pressure, non pressure pipes, has received Letter of Acceptance for the work of Rs 204.51 crore from public Health & Municipal Engineering Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh. According to the company, the order is for the work of Kurnool District (NCT) – Package ll – External Aided Project (EAP) – Assistance from Asian lnfrastructure lnvestment Bank (AllB) – Andhra Pradesh Urban Water Supply and Septage Management lmprovement Project (APUWSSMIP) for providing water supply distribution network, house service connections, AMR meters and SCADA including operation & maintenance for 7 years including defect liability for 2 years in Municipal Towns of Yemmiganur, Atmakuru, Allagadda, Gudur & Nandikotkur in Kurnool District. The project is to be completed within 24 months.




Value Rs 2,547 Cr


L&T bags orders in international and domestic markets


Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Friday said its construction arm has won orders worth Rs 2,547 crore in the domestic and international markets. L&T's power transmission and distribution business has secured orders worth Rs 2,547 crore. On the international front, the business has won a major order in Tanzania for the construction of a 220 kV (kilo volts) transmission line between Dar es Salaam and Morogoro, which in turn will help electrification of a standard gauge railway line," the engineering and construction major said in a BSE filing.  L&T said it has also received two other orders in northern region of Africa for substations and an order in Thailand for the supply and construction of a 230kV gas insulated substation that will cater to the Greater Bangkok area.  In India, L&T's power transmission and distribution business has secured multiple orders including building 132kV substations and associated transmission lines in Jharkhand and a turnkey order has been secured for the construction of 220kV & 132kV transmission lines in West Bengal.





Value Rs 334 Cr


ITI to Implement RajNet order in Rajasthan


ITI Ltd, public sector undertaking in the telecommunications technology segment, on Friday said that it has received Letter of Intent (Lol) from RajCOMP Info Services Ltd, a Government of Rajasthan Undertaking to execute the RajNet project. Under the project, ITI is expected to establish 40,000 outdoor Wi-Fi access points in the state of Rajasthan with the project having an order value of approximately Rs 334 crore. The project envisages supply, installation and maintenance of outdoor Wi-Fi access points along with associated RF Radio equipment in a period-of six months followed by operation and maintenance of the network for a period of five years, according to the company. The RajNet project of the Rajasthan government is expected to ensure connectivity availability till the Gram Panchayat level through multiple mechanisms, like, Broadband, SATCOM, OTA, LAN, SWAN etc. In August 2018, ITI was declared as Ll (Lowest Bidder) in the RajNet project of the state of Rajasthan..





Value Rs 115 Cr


ABB bags order from Indian Railways


Swiss power major ABB has won an order worth Rs 115 crore from Indian Railways to supply traction transformers. The contract has been awarded by Diesel Locomotive Works, Varanasi, ABB said in a statement. These transformers are customized for the WAP-7 type electric locomotive. The 6,000 horsepower capacity locomotive is capable of hauling 24 coaches at speed of up to 140 km per hour. The project is part of the 'Mission Electrification' initiative of the Indian Railways, which aims to convert an additional 24,000 km of railway network from fuel oil to electrification. The mission also aims to enhance energy efficiency by adopting high quality equipment and facilitating the increased adoption of renewable energy in railway operations, it added. ABB said the transformers will be manufactured at its Vadodara facility in Gujarat. ABB claims its transformers power about half the world's electrical locomotives and train sets, and most train manufacturers and rail operators rely on them.





Value Rs 3,051 cr


BEML Bags Contract for Mumbai Metro Corridor


BEML, a public sector undertaking of the Government has bagged a contract for Rs 3,015 crore for Mumbai Metro Corridor. Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs has contributed to this one of the biggest success stories under Make in India initiatives of the Government. The order includes manufacturing of 378 Metro cars (63 Metro trains of 6 cars each) for Mumbai Metro Corridor 2A, 2B & 7. BEML was the lowest among seven bidders which included 6 internationally renowned bidders. The state of art, driverless trains shall be manufactured indigenously by M/S BEML. Supply of trains will begin from October 2020 and completed by December 2022. BEML has earlier also supplied metro coaches in smaller numbers but along with an international player as a JV partner. It has now sub-contracted M/s Hitachi only for some designs.




Value Rs 900 cr


NHPC to acquire 500 MW Lanco Teesta project


State-owned NHPC has bagged debt-laden Lanco’s 500 MW Teesta hydro power project under insolvency proceedings for a tentative value of Rs 900 crore.NHPC is expected to complete the takeover in the next three to four months and can finish the project in three to four years as its construction is almost 50 per cent complete, the official added. Lanco Teesta Hydro Power is building a 500-megawatt (125 MWX4) hydropower project on the Teesta river in Sikkim.


As per the procedure, the NCLT would call for objections on the deal before approving it. Once approved by the NCLT, NHPC would seek approval of the Public Investment Board and the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs.




Value Rs 425 crore


Ahluwalia Contracts bags college project


Ahluwalia Contracts company bagged an order worth Rs  425 crore. The company has secured new order of Rs 425.42 crore for construction of Government Medical College & Hospital Building at Chapra, Bihar. The total order inflow during the FY 2018-2019 stands at Rs 3529.19 crore.





Value Rs  1,127 crore


L&T Construction wins orders across business segments


Larsen & Toubro (L&T) declared that its construction arm has won orders worth Rs 1,127 crore across two of its business segments. In the metallurgical and material handling business, the company bagged contracts worth Rs  755 crore.  In the buildings and factories business, the firm said an order worth Rs 372 crore has been secured.  The factories business unit of the buildings and factories vertical has secured a prestigious order for the brownfield expansion of Viscose Staple Fibre manufacturing facility from Grasim Industries (cellulosic division) at Vilayat, Bharuch, Gujarat, the company said.  The scope includes civil, structural, architectural and external development works. The business has earlier executed a green-field project at the same location for Grasim industries, it added.





Value Rs 1560.87 crore.


Titagarh Wagons bags wagons contract


Titagarh Wagons was awarded a contract for manufacture and supply of 5058 wagons to Indian Railways, the bidding for which was conducted under the reverse auction method. These wagons are BOXN HL type, designed to carry coal, steel, stones etc. and the value of order is Rs 1560.87 crore. As per the contract, one third quantity (1686 Wagons) is to be supplied within six months and to complete the supply of full quantity of wagons before 28 February 2020.





Value Rs 1.45 lakh cr


Dilip Buildcon arm receives appointed date for project from NHAI



Dilip Buildcon announced in a press release that DBL Rewa Sidhi Highways Private Limited, its wholly owned subsidiary has received the appointed date of Dec 14, 2018 for a project from NHAI. The scope of the project includes the construction of a road tunnel, viaduct, and Churhat Bypass of Rewa Sidhi Section of NH75E for a length of 15.350km as cement concrete pavement configuration in Madhya Pradesh on design, build, transfer and operate (the DBOT Annuity or Hybrid Annuity) basis.





Value Rs 270 Cr


Tech Mahindra bags IT modernisation project from Coal India


IT company Tech Mahindra said it has bagged Rs 270 crore project from Coal India to deploy modern technologies in the state-owned company. The implementation of the project would be done in phases. The phase 1 of the project includes ERP software implementation in Coal India and its two subsidiaries -- Mahanadi Coalfields and Western Coalfields.




Value Rs 27.65 Cr


Asian Oilfield Services in focus after order win


Asian Oilfield Services has received a Letter of Award of Contract from Oil and Natural Gas Corporation for hiring of services for 2D Seismic Data Acquisition in un-appraised on land areas of Sedimentary Basins of India Sector 11A (Himalayan Foreland area) valued at `27.65 crore.  Bharat Financial Inclusion completed the sixth securitization transaction of  Rs 289.14 crore in FY19. With this transaction, the company has completed six securitization transactions worth Rs 2842.17 crore in FY19. The announcement was made after market hours yesterday, 29 November 2018.


The board of directors for operations of Inox Leisure approved the issuance of 64,00,000 equity shares at Rs 250 each, aggregating to ` 160 crore to Gujarat Fluorochemicals, the promoter of the company.




Value Rs 44.63 Cr                                                 


Sweety Infrastructure Bags Order From MORTH


Infrastructure Bags Order From MORTH Worth Rs 446.31 Million Sweety Infrastructure Private Limited has participated in a tender issued by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MORTH), Government of India for the project The company emerged as the successful bidder and is in receipt of the respective AOC. The bid project cost quoted by the company is Rs 446.31 million. The project is expected to be completed in 540 days.



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