07 June 2020

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs.236.76 cr.

IL&FS ENGG RECEIVES LOI

The JBVNL has awarded the IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Ltd with contracts worth Rs.236.76 crore under the integrated power development scheme. Under the letters of intent, IL&FS is to supply all equipment, materials and services regarding the contract for Urban Electrification works of both Dhanbad Electric supply Circle of JBVNL in Dhanbad and Chirkunda, in Jharkand, as well as for Urban Electrification works of Dumka-Sahibganj Electric Supply Circle in Jharkand, within a time frame of 24 months.

 

 

Value Rs.116.59 cr.

NE FRONTIER RAILWAY CONTRACT

VKGA-Brahmaputra- Tribeni (JV) secured a contract worth Rs.116.59 crore from the NE Frontier Railway. The scope of the contract includes the construction of foundation and substructure over pile foundation for Tall Bridge no 161-162-163 at KM 42.360 including all other protection work and ancillary works in between the Bairabi and Sairang stations in connection with the construction of the new BG Railway line from Bairabi to Sairang in Mizoram.

 

 

Value Rs.325.08 cr.

MEPIDL BAGS MSRDC PROJECT

MEPIDL has been awarded by MSRDC for the second consecutive time as an OMT Concessionaire for the maintenance and collection of toll at the Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link for a period of three years. The contractual amount for the said project is Rs.325.08 crores payable to MSRDC on a whole upfront basis. The Company will continue to operate and maintain the said existing project under new contract and the COD under the new contract will be achieved in Q2 of 2017-2018.

 

 

Value Rs.71 cr.

SHRIRAM EPC BAGS CONTRACT

Shriram EPC taps into the transportation segment for the first time by bagging a Rs.71 crore project for the second rope way which will serve 1,200 people an hour, from Arulmigu Dandayuthapani Temple in Palani, Tamil Nadu. The scope of work includes designing, manufacturing, supply and erection, testing, commissioning, operating and maintenance of the second ropeway. There is an existing rope way that can handle 300 passengers an hour. The tap into the new sector has widened the company’s range of offerings.

 

Value Rs.25 cr.

RAYSEXPERTS COMMISSIONS SOLAR PROJECT

RaysExperts commissioned a 5.5 Mw solar project which will generate over Rs.25 crore worth of electricity to be sold to third parties by a solar PPA agreement for an Indian PSU at the Charanka Solar Park in Gujarat. This is the PSU’s first venture into solar power with its maiden 5.5 Mw solar power plant which will help it to reduce its carbon footprint in the polluted industrial regions of Gujarat by bringing down the estimated 6,700 metric tons of CO2 released every year.

 

 

Value Rs.624 cr.

POWER MECH BAGS ORDERS

Two subsidiaries of Power Mech Projects ltd – GTA Power Mech Nigeria Ltd and Mas Power Mech Arabia LLC – have bagged international orders worth approximately Rs.491 crore, and Rs.133 crore, respectively. The company’s 50 per cent JV GTA Power Mech Nigeria Ltd received the order for composite work from Dangote Oil Refining Company Ltd, Lagos, Nigeria, where as the company’s 51 percent subsidiary Mas Power Mech Arabia LLC, received the order from the Kingdom of Bahrain for installation works.

 

 

Value Rs.1275 cr.

SPML, TATA PROJECTS JV

SPML Infra in JV with Tata Projects received three major orders for design and construction of Sewerage System with provision of treated wastewater reuse from RUDSICO for 11 cities in Rajasthan for a total value of Rs.1275 crores. The scope of work is for the design, construction and commissioning STPs and SPS along with sewer networks in 24 months with 10 years of operation and maintenance. 34 STPs with total capacity of 74.4 MLD will be constructed with latest technology for high-level treatment efficiency.

 

 

Value Rs.35,000 cr.

LONGEST EXPRESSWAY PROJECT

Feedback Infra has been awarded the task of preparing a DPR including the rehabilitation and upgrading of the existing road configuration and establishing the technical, economic and financial viability of the project for the proposed Nagpur- Hyderabad-Bengaluru expressway with an estimated cost of Rs.35,000 crore by the NHAI. This will be one of the longest expressways being planned in the world at present with an approximate distance of 1,100 km which will pass through Karnataka, AP, Telengana, and Maharashtra.

 

 

Value Rs.4,200 cr.

WELSPUN CORP WINS ORDERS

An Indian customer has awarded Welspun Corp an order to supply one lakh tons of pipes for water projects. The latter has not disclosed the customer name or the value of the project. Including the new order the company’s order book has thickened to 6,99,000 tons with a value of Rs.4,200 crore. Welspun Corp has notified the stock exchanges of the development, following which the Gujarat based company’s execution of these orders will be closely monitored by investors.

 

 

 Value Rs.287.48 cr.

L&T BAGS SOLAR PROJECT

L&T has been awarded an EPC contract worth Rs.287.48 crore with comprehensive operation and maintenance for ten years for setting up a 50 Mw solar PV grid connected system at Theni and Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu by NHPC. The project is expected to be completed in nine months.

 

 

Value Rs.216 cr.

MADHUCON BAGS ROAD CONTRACT

The Maharashtra Public Works Department has awarded Madhucon Projects Ltd a Rs.216 crore highway related contract which involves upgrading of the National Highway-353 from Wadi to Hingora T point and also the work related to the two lane road from Wadi to Asola junction.

 

 

Value Rs.1,845 cr.

KEC INTERNATIONAL WINS ORDERS

KEC has secured new orders worth Rs.1,845 crore. Its T&D business secured orders in India and the Americas worth Rs.1,684 crore and Rs.161 crore respectively. The company bagged an EPC order from a TBCB developer in Western and Southern India for a 765 kV and 400 kV transmission lines. It has won orders for construction of; 400 kV transmission line in South India from Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd, and for the 400 kV and 220 kV substations in South India for Yettinahole integrated water project.

 

 

Value Rs.43.49 cr.

MCNALLY BHARAT RECEIVES ORDER

Mcnally BHARAT has received an order worth Rs.43.49 crore from the DMRC for the construction of entry/exit structure of Elamkulam station and the remaining work in the main station building at Elamkulam. The share value of Mcnally Bharat Engineering rose 8.5 percent.

 

 

Value Rs.650 cr.

ASHOK LEYLAND BAGS ORDER

Ashok Leyland Ltd has bagged an order worth Rs.650 crore from the Karnataka SRTC for 3019 buses. The order is to be executed in this fiscal and will meet the requirements of KSRTC, NEKRT, BMTC and NWKRTC. The order is for, Midi buses, Rajahamsa and Karnataka Saarige buses and non-AC sleeper coaches to be fully built on 205” WB chassis, 210” WB chassis and 222” WB chassis respectively.

 

 

Value Rs.191 cr.

RPP INFRA SECURES ORDER

RPP Infra Projects secured a Rs.191 million order from TNSAMB whose work is to be completed in 12 months time. By the order RPP is to establish a primary processing centre for supply chain management at Pochampalli in the Krishnagiri District of TN.

 

 

Value Rs.257 cr.

JMC PROJECTS SECURES ORDERS

JMC Projects Ltd, a subsidiary of Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd, has secured new orders worth Rs.710 crores for which the civil engineering and EPC company will build two water pipeline projects in the state of Madhya Pradesh totalling Rs.257 Crores, one residential project in Chennai of Rs.115 crores and four Commercial projects in Bangalore and Chennai totalling Rs.340 crores. JMC provides services across the construction sector i.e. civil, structural & MEP for all major industries and project types.

 

 

 

Value Rs.14,000 cr.

NTPC ORDER FOR L&T

BHEL was the lowest bidder to win the estimated Rs.14,000 crore tender to build the 2,400 MW joint NTPC-Jharkhand government power plant at Rs.11,628 crore, beating L&T and Doosan in the process. The project’s scope includes the EPC of three 800 MW coal power plants being built by NTPC and the Patratu Thermal power station. BHEL’s bid translated to Rs.4.8 crore per MW which is 13.7 per cent cheaper than L&T’s Rs.13,220 crore bid. Doosan’s bid was at Rs.22,792 crores.

 

 

Value Rs.7,350 cr.

HCC–URCC JV

HCC, lead partner in the JV with URCC, has been awarded a Rs.797.29 crore contract by the BMRCL. HCC’s share in the JV is 51per cent (Rs.406.61 crore). The project is to be completed in 36 months. The contract is for the construction of 6.340 km long elevated corridor and 5 elevated stations between HSR Layout station and RV Road station. The contract includes the construction of road-cum-rail flyover, road widening and allied works.




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