L&T gets Rs 3,572 cr worth of orders from BIAL, JSW Steel, Saudi Electricity

Larsen & Toubro, India’s largest construction company, said it won new orders worth Rs 3,572 crore.

One of the biggest was a Rs 1,358 crore contract at the Kempegowda International Airport for the construction of a new South Parallel runway, apron and associated works on EPC basis from Bangalore International Airport Limited.

The project Scope Consists Construction of North Remote Stands, East Remote Stands, South Parallel Runway, Cross Field Taxiway and T2 Apron that are to be completed in phases, it said.

Its metallurgical and material handling business bagged orders worth Rs 1,264 Crore.

JSW Steel Ltd. has awarded L&T a prestigious order to build India’s largest Blast Furnace and Steel Melt Shop that forms the backbone of their expansion plan of the 5 MTPA steel plant at Dolvi.

“L&T has been associated with JSW in their previous endeavours of capacity augmentation across the country and this prominent order reveals the Confidence Customers have in L&T’s Capability to deliver projects within demanding time schedules,” it said.

The business unit also secured add on jobs from its existing customers and from its product business, it said.

The Power Transmission at Distribution Business of L&T Construction bagged orders worth Rs 595 crore in the international market.

The business has bagged an order for the Construction of a new 380kV Switching Station in the Central Operating Area of the Saudi Electricity Company.

An order has also been secured from Morocco’s Office National de l’Electricit√© et de ‘Eau Potable (ONEE) for the construction of a 225/60kV Substation at Dakhla (Morocco) with associated 60kV overhead lines and underground cables.

The business has also won an order from the Kenya Power and Lighting Company Limited for the electrification of nine Counties in Kenya.

Buildings & Factories construction unit won orders worth Rs 355 crore, including one from “a reputed healthcare firm” to design & build the “Lucknow International Hospital’ at Lucknow.

The Scope of Works involves architecture, civil, MEP, a medical gas pipeline system and external Works, it said.

The business has also received additional orders from various ongoing projects, it added.