L&T wins Rs 4,023 cr worth of construction orders

Larsen & Toubro said its construction arm has won orders worth 4023 crores across various business segments.
On Oct 26, the company had announced Rs 3551 crore worth of new orders.

Today, it said its civil infrastructure business has bagged orders cumulatively worth Rs 1906 crores including a major government order worth Rs 1824 crores in a joint venture with an international partner – Seaport Dredging Private Limited. The contract is for the Construction of various marine facilities, it said.

L&T Geostructure, an arm of the Heavy Civil Infrastructure business, also has bagged an order from BHEL for the execution of piling works for the Ennore SEZ Super Thermal Power Project in Chennai.

The company also said its buildings & factories unit secured an order worth Rs 830 crores from a reputed client for the construction of a cancer hospital in Muscat, Oman, which will be equipped with high end facilities like ICUs, High Dependency Units, Chemotherapy bays, Medical Imaging units, Oncology Radiation units, etc.

The business has received engineering, procurement and construction orders worth Rs 788 crores.

An order has been secured from Uttar Pradesh Jal Nigam for the construction of the Kanpur Water Carrier System. The scope includes survey, design, laying of water pipeline system, intake structures and other allied works for conveying raw water from Bidhnu canal to an upcoming thermal power plant at Kanpur, it said.

Two orders have been received from Public Health Engineering Department of a major state to provide Rural Water and Fluorosis mitigation. The scope includes supply, laying and commissioning of a distribution network, construction of clear Water reservoirs, elevated storage reservoirs and house service Connections.

L&T’s power transmission and distribution business won orders worth 342 crores.

“An order has been bagged from Nepal Electricity Authority for the design, supply, installation and commissioning of the Kushma – New Butwal 220 kV Transmission Line which will help to meet the power demand of central Nepal and also enable cross-border power exchange,” it added.