25 June 2019

Contract Awarded

Value Rs. 2,992 Cr

 

Dilip Buildcon inks deal with NHAI

 

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 Rs 2,991.7 crore. Reports suggest that Ashoka Mallasandra Karadi Road Private 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 Rs 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.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs 2500 Cr

 

L&T arm bags order from ONGC

 

L&T owned subsidiary of engineering major Larsen & Toubro declared that it has won a “significant” order from Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC).

 

The engineering and construction company, however, did not provide the exact value of the contract; but as per its project classification, the value of the contracts was in “significant” category which is valued in the range of Rs1,000 crore to Rs 2,500 crore.

 

The engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning (EPCIC) contract is for development of cluster-8 marginal field which is part of Mumbai High Asset located about 210 km to the west of Mumbai city, L&T said in BSE filing.

 

L&T said the contract has been awarded through international competitive bidding on a lump sum turn key basis.

 

 

 

Value Rs 700 Cr

 

NBCC bags orders from Raipur SMART City

 

NBCC (India) has secured orders worth Rs 700 crore from Raipur SMART City Ltd.

 

In a filing to the BSE, NBCC (India) said it has “secured new works from Raipur SMART City Ltd (RSCL) for various infrastructure projects.”

 

The company has secured order for commercial redevelopment of Ganj Mandi, Shastri Market, Naveen Market and two vacant land at Raipur. “The total estimated cost of these projects is Rs 700 crore (approx),” it said. NBCC had earlier signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Raipur SMART City Ltd for various infrastructure works as their executing agency. The company will charge a project management consultancy (PMC) fee of 8 per cent on the actual cost of work, it said.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs 837 mn

 

KITE awards RPP Infra with infra projects

 

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

 

 

 

Value Rs 1288 Cr

 

KPTL RECEIVED NEW ORDERS

 

Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited (KPTL), a leading global EPC player in the power and infrastructure contracting sector has secured new orders / notification of award of Rs 1,288 Crores. The details are as follows- Transmission & Distribution business has secured projects of Rs 771 Crores primarily in international markets. Two projects in Oil and Gas business totalling Rs 517 Crores

 

 

 

Value Rs 441 Cr

 

RInfra Bags EPC Order from MORTH

 

Reliance Infrastructure Ltd (RInfra), part of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group has recently won a contract for the rehabilitation and upgrading of National Highway – 66 (formerly, National Highway – 17) in the Kashedi Ghat section which includes execution of three by three lane twin tunnels of total length 3.44 km. the project was awarded by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH). The contract, in addition to the twin tunnels, includes construction of highway with paved shoulders and viaducts for a length of 7.2 Km.

 

 

 

Value Rs 1,382 Cr

 

Ashoka Buildcon wins contract from NHAI in Karnataka

 

Ashoka Buildcon  has won a Rs 1,382 crore highway contract in Karnataka from National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). The contract to build 56 km highway stretch is under hybrid annuity mode (HAM) under which the government provides 40 per cent of the project cost to start work, while the remaining investment is made by the developer. he company’s subsidiary Ashoka Concessions Ltd (ACL) had submitted its bid to NHAI for the Tumkur - Shivamogga section of highway from Bettadahalli Shivamogga (Package IV) in Karnataka on HAM under Bharatmala project. “ACL emerged as the lowest bidder at the financial bid opening meeting held on February 21, 2019 at New Delhi. The quoted bid project cost for the project is Rs 1,382 Crore,” Ashoka Buildcon said in a BSE regulatory filing.

 

 

 

Value Rs 4,400 Cr

 

BHEL bags thermal plant project

 

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

Rs 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.

 

 

 

 

Value  Rs 499.87 Cr

 

HG Infra emerges as L-1 bidder for road project

 

HG Infra Engineering gained 7% as the company emerged as the lowest bidder (L-1) I for a new engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) project under National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).

 

The project work includes the construction of a 6-lane access controlled greenfield highway from 225+000km to 252+500km of Sangariya (near Chautala)-Rasisar (near Bikaner) section of NH-754K as a part of Amritsar-Jamnagar Economic Corridor in the Rajasthan, the company said in a press note to the exchanges.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs 4,114 Cr

 

Dilip Buildcon bags projects in Karnataka, Maharashtra

 

Highway developer Dilip Buildcon (DBL) has bagged projects worth a total Rs 4,114 crore from state-run NHAI in Karnataka and Maharashtra. The projects are to be built on ‘Hybrid Annuity Model. The scope of work in Karnataka involves four laning of Byrapura to Challakere section of NH-150 A, while in Maharashtra, the task is four-laning of three road sections of National Highway 166.

 

 

 

Value Rs 70 Cr

 

Jain Irrigation bags Waghur Asoda branch canal project

 

Reports suggest that 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 Rs 70.36 crores.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs 356 Cr

 

NECC bags orders from Tata Steels

 

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 Rs 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.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs 1,463 Cr

 

Kalpataru bags power project

 

Reports suggest leading EPC player Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd (KPT L), has secured new orders worth

Rs 672-crore project from PGCIL and SEBs for transmission line and GIS Substation. Another two orders totalling Rs 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 Rs 210 crore in a JV Consortium. This has taken the total orders of Rs 1,463 crore.

 

 

 

Value Rs 476 cr

 

VA Tech Wabag bags MRPL order

 

Chennai-based water technology company, VA TECH WABAG today said it has secured an order worth Rs 467 crore from Mangalore Refinery and Pertochemicals Limited (MRPL) towards engineering and construction of a 30 MLD sea water desalination plant expandable up to 70 MLD at Mangaluru in Karnataka.

 

The scope of the ‘Design and Build contract’ includes engineering, supply, erection, construction and commissioning of the 30 MLD plant over a period of 22 months. The company will also be awarded a contract towards Operation & Maintenance of the plant for a period of 10 years.

 

 

 

Value  Rs 270 Cr

 

ABB wins order for train technologies from Indian Railways

 

ABB INdia has won its largest traction equipment order in India worth more than Rs 270cr to supply electric locomotives from Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW), in Varanasi. The company made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon, during market hours. The converters will be custom designed for Indian Railways and will be manufactured at one of ABB’s largest factories for locomotive applications in Nelamangala, near Bengaluru, in Southern India. ABB is engaged in the manufacture of power grids, electrification products, industrial automation and robotics and motion, serving customers in utilities, industry and transport & infrastructure

 

 

 

Value Rs 72.6 cr

 

McNally Bharat Engineering  wins civil order

 

McNally Bharat Engineering Company has received an order from ESR Warehousing. The scope of work includes filling, civil, and infrastructure works at Chandipur village in Howrah district, West Bengal. The total cost of the project is worth Rs 72.6cr. The company made the announcement in a BSE press release The filing also mentioned that the consideration amount is inclusive of all taxes and levies except the goods and service tax, which will be paid extra at the applicable rate. Execution of the agreement shall terminate upon the completion of all works under the scope of services or earlier at the discretion of ESR Warehousing.

 

 

 

Value Rs 1,687 Cr

 

Ashoka Buildcon bags road project in Gujarat

 

Ashoka Buildcon recently bagged projects worth Rs 1,687 crore from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for a section of the Vadodara-Mumbai expressway in Gujarat. The project, under the National Highways Development Project phase IV, will be built under hybrid annuity mode.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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