14 December 2018

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs 8313 cr
Tata Realty, Siemens bag Pune metro deal

 

A joint venture of Tata Realty Infrastructure and Siemens has won the bid for the third line of the Pune metro project, which is expected to cost Rs 8,313 crore. The 23 km line will be developed on a public-private partnership basis under the design-build-finance-operate-transfer mode. The line will run from the IT hub of Hinjewadi to Shivaji Nagar in central Pune. There will be station every 1 km and the concessions period of the JV will be 35 years. The project is on schedule and is expected to be completed in three years.

 

 

 

Value Rs 1159 cr
KEC International Bags New Orders

 

KEC International Ltd, a global infrastructure EPC major and an RPG Group Company, said that it has secured new turnkey orders of Rs 1,159 crore in its Transmission & Distribution business across India, Africa, Oceania and Americas. According to the company, the orders include a project for 132 kV Transmission Line package and associated substations in North Eastern India from Power Grid Corporation of India ltd, a 225 kV Double Circuit Overhead Transmission line and associated substations in Mali and Senegal, and a 132 kV Transmission Line and Substations in Oceania. SAE Towers has received various orders in the Americas, it added.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 1881 cr
L&T Construction bags orders worth Rs 1,881 crore

 

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) declared the power transmission and distribution business of its arm L&T Construction has bagged orders worth Rs 1,881 crore in the domestic and international markets. "The business has secured major orders for constructing 22 132/11kV substations in Kuwait," the engineering and construction major said in a BSE filing. Additional orders have been received from ongoing transmission line projects in India and Egypt, it added. The company said it has also received orders for implementation of a high voltage distribution system in the semi-urban and rural areas of Kharagpur and Midnapur in West Bengal.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 11740 cr
Baker Huges GE, McDermott, L&T team bag ONGC’s contract

 

ONGC has awarded an Rs 11,740 crore contract for developing the Deep Water Project KG-DWN-98/2 (Cluster-2) in East Coast to a Consortium of Baker Huges GE, McDermott and L&T Hydrocarbon. The consortium was awarded the subsea production system (SPS) including 34 deepwater trees, and the installation of subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines (SURF) at water depth of between 300 metres and 3,200 metres, it said in a statement here. Baker Hughes will provide all of the subsea hardware and pre-commissioning services, while McDermott will bring its specialised fleet of construction vessels and engineering, procurement, installation capabilities, the two firms said in a separate statement. ONGC expects to begin first gas production by December 2019, first oil by March 2021 and the overall project completion by August 2021. Total peak gas production rate from Cluster-2 is expected to be about 16 million standard cubic meters per day and peak oil production rate of 80,000 barrels per day.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 408.3 cr
Infrastructure firm NCC bags three orders in September

 

Infrastructure firm NCC recently announced that it has received three new orders worth Rs 408.3 crore in September from state government agencies. "Out of this, two orders of Rs 332 crore pertain to water and environment division, one order of Rs 76.2 crore pertains to buildings division. These orders are received from state government agencies and do not include any internal orders," NCC said in a BSE filing.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 1312 cr
Gayatri Projects receives road project in Maharashtra

 

Gayatri Projects said it has bagged a Rs 1,312.00 crore road project in Maharashtra. In a BSE filing Gayatri Projects said, the order is for construction of access controlled Nagpur-Mumbai super communication expressway (Maharashtra Samruddhi Maha Marg) in Maharashtra on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) mode for package -11, from 502.698 to 532.094 kilometer in District Ahmednagar.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs. 3036 cr
L&T bags Bangalore airport contract

 

Larsen & Toubro’s buildings and factories business has bagged an order worth Rs 3,036 crore from Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) to construct Terminal-2 (T2) of the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru. Once completed, the 255,000 sq.m. Phase 1 of T2 will increase the airport’s capacity by 25 million passengers per annum. Design for T2 was articulated by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), US – a leading architecture and urban planning firm. The scope of work includes design, engineering, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of Terminal-2, including integration of services and utilities, along with the airport’s systems, support facilities and buildings. L&T Construction is also currently constructing the new south parallel runway, apron and other auxiliary buildings at the Bengaluru Airport.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 7489 cr
Larsen & Toubro bags orders worth Rs 7,489 crore

 

Larsen & Toubro has won orders worth Rs 7,489 crore, which in to build two parts of the Mumbai Coastal Road Project. The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) has awarded L&T with packages 1 and package 4, of the ambitious project that will connect south of Mumbai with North and reduce traffic congestion. The project involves the construction of a 7.75 Km coastal road from Princess Street Flyover to Baroda Palace including an underground tunnel passing below Girgaum Chowpatty, Malabar Hills and Priyadarshini Park. The 'package 4' of the contract involves the construction of a 3.93 km stretch of coastal road from Princess Street Flyover to Priyadarshini Park. This entails construction of up and down ramps from Marine Drive connecting to the underground road tunnel which will pass below Girgaum Chowpatty, Malabar Hills and exit at Priyadarshini Park connecting to the 'package 1' of the project. The 'package 1' of the contract involves the construction of a 3.82 km long, 8-lane highway over reclaimed land from Priyadarshini Park to Baroda Palace including interchanges at Amarson Garden and Haji Ali. The Haji Ali interchange will be a multilevel interchange inside Haji Ali bay providing connectivity to the existing Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan Road.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs 1000 cr
NBCC bags order from Uttarakhand and Rajasthan

 

NBCC (India) Ltd, a Navratna CPSE under the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) has bagged orders worth Rs 1,000 crores from Uttarakhand and Rajasthan State Governments for various civil projects. The projects include developing two rivers fronts in Dehradun along the rivers Rispana and Bindal and developing a new multi-storey housing complex for the Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) and Rajasthan Police Service (RPS) officers. In Uttarakhand, NBCC would work as an implementing agency and shall be responsible for planning, designing, construction, operation and management. The scope of work also includes building essential facilities such as retaining walls, check dams, storm water drain, utility provisions, road side green stretch, pedestrian walkways, bridges, etc. The entire project would be developed on a self-revenue generating model. In Rajasthan, NBCC will construct 250 flats of the Type I category of approximate size of 2,500 sq. feet each. To recover the construction cost of flats that will be developed for officials, NBCC has been allowed to construct and sell two commercial blocks.

 

 

 

Value Rs 405 cr
Puravankara-Keppel JV firm buys 7.6 acre land in Bengaluru

 

Realty firm Puravankara last month announced that its JV firm with Singapore-based Keppel Land will buy 7.6 acre of land in Bengaluru from Metro Cash & Carry India for Rs 405 crore. The land will be used for the development of commercial project, comprising 1.18 milion sq ft of leasable area. Keppel Puravankara Development Pvt Ltd (KPDL), a joint venture between Puravankara and Keppel Land, has entered into agreements to acquire a prime 7.635 acres site in Yeshwantpur, Bangalore, from Metro Cash & Carry India Pvt Ltd (MCCIN), the realty firm said in a regulatory filing. Strategically located in the prime commercial hub of Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru, the site is about 5 km northwest of Bengaluru's city centre.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs 300 cr
SIS Bags Rs 300 Cr Contract from Cognizant Technologies

 

Security and Intelligence Services (India) Ltd (SIS), a market leader in security, cash logistics and facility management services announced that it has been awarded a three year contract valued at approximately Rs 300 crore to provide security solutions to 47 facilities of tech major Cognizant Technologies located across India. It is expected that full deployment for this contract was completed in the month of October 2018. According to SIS, the first phase of the contract started in September 2018 and the next phase will commence in October 2018 but given the number of facilities of Cognizant Technologies, the company will incur significant transition and migration costs, starting Q3 FY2019. The scale and nature of these costs, which reflect the required scale of service delivery, are fully covered in the pricing model over the term of the contract, it added.

 

 

 

Value Rs 476 cr
Dilip Buildcon receives orders for Bhopal, Indore Metro Rail project

 

Highways builder Dilip Buildcon (DBL) declared that it has won orders worth Rs 476.02 crore for Bhopal and Indore Metro Rail project. "DBL has received letter of acceptance (LoA) for Bhopal and Indore Metro Rail project, phase-I, valued at Rs 247.06 crore and Rs 228.96 crore, respectively, by the Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Co. Ltd, Urban Administration and Development Department, Bhopal (MP)," the company said in a BSE filing.

 

 

 

Value Rs 1145 cr
Kalpataru Power bags orders worth Rs 1,145 crore

 

Kalpataru Power Transmission (KPTL), one of India’s largest EPC players in the power and infrastructure space with extensive global operations, has won new orders worth Rs 1,145 crore. This includes two orders for the design, supply and construction of 500 kV transmission lines in CIS regions and 230 kV transmission lines in Africa totalling Rs  644 crore. Another Rs  502-crore order is for railway infrastructure construction from Rail Vikas Nigam Limited won in consortium with JMC and EESPL, the company said.

 

 

 

Value Rs 2126 cr
HCC–HDC JV wins Mumbai Coastal Road contract

 

Hindustan Construction Company Ltd. (HCC), in a joint venture with Hyundai Development Corporation (HDC), has been awarded a Rs 2,126 crore contract by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM), for design and construction of the Mumbai Coastal Road Project, Package II. HCC's share in the JV is 55% (Rs 1,169 crore) and the project is to be completed in 4 years (48 months). The scope of work includes design and construction of road, bridges, interchanges including reclamation and associated works between Baroda Palace near Haji Ali and the Worli end of Bandra Worli Sea Link. It comprises of tunnels, roads on reclaimed land, roads on stilts and bridges with interchanges planned at strategic locations for dispersal of traffic. MCRP would cut down travel time of commuters by as much as 60% and the dedicated bus rapid transit systems (BRTS) lanes would encourage public transport, leading to fuel savings.

 

 

 

Value Rs 514 cr
JMC secures new orders

 

JMC Projects (India) Limited (JMC), a leading Civil Engineering and EPC Company has secured new orders of Rs 514 crores. As per the order, JMC will be constructing educational institutes in Andhra Pradesh amounting  Rs 236 crores. Other works allotted include Civil construction and related MEP works for residential building in Telangana for Rs 141 crores and Civil works for a steel plant in Orissa for Rs 137 crores.

 

 

 

Value Rs 24.5 cr
Mercator Bags Reclamation Contract from Mumbai Port Trust

 

The Mittals-promoted Mercator Ltd recently announced that the company has emerged as the lowest bidder in its bid for reclamation works of South-West cove at Jawahar Dweep vide tender floated by Mumbai Port Trust.According to the company, the contract value of this job is around Rs 24.50 crore which is expected to be completed over the next 18 months. Company’s dredging division has so far focused on maintenance dredging works and is now extending its expertise to Land Reclamation.




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