28 February 2020

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs. 806 cr.

MEP INFRA JV BAGS MORTH CONTRACT

In a joint venture with Sanjose India Infrastructure & Construction Pvt. Ltd, MEP Infrastructure Developers Ltd has confirmed a successful bid with MORTH each holding 26 per cent and 74 per cent respectively. The project includes four laning on an EPC basis with paved shoulders of NH-66 from km. 281/300 to 332/200, spanning a total length of 50/900 km. The project cost is Rs.826.28 crore and the first year O&M bid is Rs.11.60 crore. The concession period is 15 years and the estimated construction period is 2 years from the appointed date.

 

Value Rs.564.62 cr.

IVRCL BAGS POWER, INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRASPORATION CONTRACTS 

IVRCL’s building division bagged 131.46 crore projects which include a 320-apartment residential project in Nagpur, a satellite bus station in Bengaluru , a heavy-water project civil work in Kalpakkam and a planned IT centre in Kolkata. The company’s power division was awarded two contracts worth Rs.239.67 crore by the Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd for setting up 400 KV DC transmission line over 174 km in Assam and Manipur and also a 119.94 crore project of 765 KV line over 123Km in Orissa. A bridge embankment project under the JNNURM bus rapid transit system from the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority worth Rs.73.55- crore was bagged by its transportation division.

 

Value Rs.156.85 cr.

ARSS INFRASTRUCTURE BAGS EAST COAST RAILWAY PROJECT

ARSS-SIPS (JV) has been awarded work a contract worth Rs.156.85 crore by the East coast railway, Bhubaneswar to execute Km: 483.047 to Km. 398.166 i.e 2*85 =170 km approximately of Budhapank-Salegaon Via- Rajathagarh - 3rd & 4th line, including a flyover at Talcher road, earthwork, minor bridges and other allied works.

 

Value Rs. 545.40 cr.

DILIP BUILDCON LIMITED BAGS MORTH CONTRACT 

MORTH (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways), Government of India has awarded a contract worth INR 545.40 crore to DBL (Dilip Buildcon Limited) to build a 640 meter-long eight-lane-cable-stayed bridge across the Zuari River in Goa. Dilip Buildcon Limited has roped in an expert Ukrainian based company, Mostobudivelnyi Zahin Limited (MBZ) as a technical partner with a respective stake of 70% and 30%. The foundation stone for the project was laid by the Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Jan 2, 2016. The estimated time required to complete this project is 36 months and the cost of the 1.084 km long project is expected to be 676.19 cr. After the Vidyasagar Setu in Kolkata, this cable suspension bridge built by DBL would be the second largest in the county. With this project in Goa, DBL proudly establishes base in its twelfth state across India.

 

Value Rs. 1078 cr.

L&T BAGS NH-47 AND NH-47B PROJECT CONTRACT

The NHAI awarded a contract worth Rs 1078 crore to L&T under Transportation Infrastructure Business for the construction of Kerala/Tamil Nadu border, Villikuri- Kanyakumari sections of NH-47 and NH – 47B on EPC mode which is estimated to be completed in 24 months. This involves the construction of 64 km bypass and realignment work, 69.9 km of four lane dual carriage way with concrete pavement, three railway over bridges, 23 vehicular and cattle underpasses, 33 minor bridges, one major bridge and 51.7 km of service roads.

 

Value  Rs.821 cr.

L&T BAGS NHAI CONTRACT IN KARNATAKA

Larsen & Toubro has bagged a contract worth 2.125 crores that involves the construction of a four-lane dual carriage way with concrete pavement  spanning 63 kms of NH-75 in Karnataka (Addhole to Bantwal). The project is scheduled to be completed in 30 months and also includes the construction of service roads, two flyovers, 14 minor bridges, two major bridges, a toll plaza and nine underpasses.

 

Value $223 mn.

ETHIOPIAN ROAD AUTHORITY AWARDS CONTRACT TO IL&FS TRANSPORTATION’S JOINT VENTURE FIRM

IL&FS Transportation Networks in a joint venture with Elsamex SA- Spain has bagged Rs.1,525 crore road contract in Ethiopia after it submitted the bid to Ethiopian Roads Authority, Fedral Republic of Ethiopia for the Nekempte-Anger Gutin-Andhode road section (86.10 km) and Agamsa-Bure road section (84.56 km). The contract includes design, development works, maintenance and management services for a period of eight years. The estimated total contract funded by the World Bank is USD 223.0 million.




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