21 May 2019

Contract Awarded

Value Rs. 2500 cr

 

JSPL completes first-ever rail order ahead of schedule

 

Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) Tuesday said it has completed delivery of its one lakh tonne first-ever rail order, which the firm had bagged from the Indian Railways. In July last year, JSPL had received from the national transporter an order of one lakh tonne rails, to be supplied within a year. “In a significant development, JSPL has completed delivery of first ever rail order to supply rails to Indian Railways. The company had bagged 20 per cent of the Rs. 2,500 cr global tender by the Railways to supply long rails,” JSPL said in a BSE filing.

 

The order, which was to be completed over a period of one year, has been completed ahead of the scheduled time, JSPL, Joint MD, N A Ansari said. He also said that recently JSPL bagged an additional order of 30,000 tonne long rails from the Indian Railways.

 

“We are proud to contribute to government’s Make In India initiative. These achievements are testament to the capability of our team as well as our valued partnership with Railways. We continue to stay committed to developing Infrastructure needs,” he said. The railways had invited the global tender for procuring around 4.87 lakh metric tonnes of rails to meet the shortfall of supply from the Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL). Part of the USD 18-billion OP Jindal Group, JSPL has presence in steel, power, mining and infrastructure sectors. It is the only private steel company that produces long rails in India. The company operates a one million tonne per annum (MTPA) rail mill at its steel plant in Raigarh, Chhattisgarh.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 400 cr

 

Capacit’e Infra projects secures orders from Oberoi Realty, K Raheja Corp

 

Construction firm Capacit’e Infra projects has bagged orders worth around Rs. 400 crore in Mumbai from two real estate developers, Oberoi Realty and K Raheja Corp. After securing these two orders, the company’s total order book has reached around Rs. 7,700 cr. Capacit’e has got an order from K Raheja Corp for construction work of a commercial project at Worli. It has also bagged a contract for Oberoi Realty’s Sky City project at Borivali. The company had recently bagged a Rs. 483-crore project from Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) for redevelopment of a hospital. Capacit’e provides end-to-end construction services for housing, commercial hospitals, hotels and industrial projects.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 323 cr

 

Bharat Road Network got an arbitration awardin arbitration proceedings between the unit & NHAI

 

A unit of the Bharat Road Network got an arbitration award of approximately Rs. 323 cr in arbitration proceedings between the unit & NHAI.Orissa Steel Expressway Private Limited (OSEPL), one of the subsidiaries of the Company, has won an Arbitration Award of Rs. 322.77 cr in the matter of Arbitration Proceedings between OSEPL and National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) the company said in the filing after markets hours to the exchanges. OSEPL was incorporated for four/two laning of Rimuli- Roxy-Rajamunda section of NH-215 from km 163.00 to km 269.00 in the state of Odisha to be executed as build, operate and transfer BOT (Toll) project on design, build, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT) pattern under National Highways Development Project (NHDP) phase-III as per the Concession Agreement dated July 6, 2010 signed with NHAI, the company said. The project was foreclosed majorly due to delay in handing over of the requisite land from NHAI. Consequently, OSEPL had referred the matter to Arbitration for settlement of its claims, it added.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 2,182 cr

 

Tata Projects Bags NPCIL Order

 

Infrastructure major Tata Projects has received a prestigious order from Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL). This 2X700 MW power plant order valued around $321 million (Rs. 2,182 cr) is the company’s third contract in the nuclear power sector.According to a report, the new order reinforces the leadership position enjoyed by Tata Projects in the nuclear power sector’s cutting-edge civil construction and engineering segment.The scope of work involves construction of main plant buildings, structures and other associated works of Gorakhpur Haryana Anu Vidyut Pariyojana – 1&2.

 

Nuclear power sector is a highly technology intensive industry wherein execution expertise is an essential criterion. As nuclear power remains critical to fulfilling India’s long-term energy requirements – the need for timely completion of such projects meeting world-class quality criteria is a prerequisite. The project is said to provide much needed power supply to the region and ensure developmental initiatives receive an impetus. Tata Projects is into simplifying complexity and creating world-class projects on time by leveraging its understanding of technology, advanced construction practices and engineering expertise.

 

 

 

Value Rs.  1296 cr

 

Larsen & Toubro construction arm bags orders across segments

 

Larsen & Toubro (L&T) recently said its construction arm has won orders worth Rs. 12.96 billion across business segments in the domestic market. L&T said its metallurgical and material handling business has received orders worth Rs. 8.08 billion.

 

The company’s water and effluent treatment business also bagged an order worth Rs. 4.88 billion. The scope includes supply and laying of water supply pipelines including all electro-mechanical works. This project aims to augment water requirements for their existing power plant at Bellary, it added.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 700 cr

 

Alstom bags contracts from Mumbai and Pune metros

 

French Rail transportation major, Alstom has bagged Rs. 700 crore contracts to provide the CBTC signalling system for Mumbai metro lines 2A (Dahisar to DN Nagar), 2B (DN Nagar to Mankhurd) and Line 7 (Andheri East to Dahisar), and Pune Metro lines 1 and 2, with Urbalis 400, Alstom’s latest generation of Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) technology, the company said in Press release.

 

The contract for Mumbai Metro, awarded by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (DMRC), is to provide the CBTC signalling system as well as a state-of-the-art telecommunication system for the three elevated lines. The combined lengths of lines 2A, 2B and 7 make it one of the most extensive signalling projects in the country. The signalling scope includes design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Urbalis 400 and includes supply and commissioning of on-boardequipment for 63 trains.

 

The telecommunications scope includes public address systems, passenger information display systems, fibre optic transmission systems, CCTV, and access control systems. The contract for Pune Metro, awarded by the MahaMetro Rail Corporation Ltd (MMRCL)[, will see Alstom provide Urbalis 400 for Corridors 1 and 2, to control 31 trains on the 32-kilometre-long stretch, allowing them to run at higher frequencies and speeds in total safety.

 

Urbalis 400 boasts a proven service record in over 30 cities across the world. Constantly upgraded, the solution aids urban operators in maximizing their performance and capacity while requiring standard interlocking for their operational needs. Designed specifically for heavy ridership metros, the system offers a considerable range of functions that improve headway and average speed performance.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 324 cr

 

Capacite Infraprojects bags commercial building projects

 

Capacite Infraprojects bagged orders worth Rs. 324 crore. The company has received two orders aggregating to Rs. 342.38 cr from private sector clients for construction of commercial and residential buildings at Mumbai, as per BSE filing. Rahul Katyal, Managing Director of Capacite Infraprojects said, “We remain confident of delivering these projects within the stipulated timelines. At Capacite, it is our continuous endeavour to add quality orders from existing and new clients and we are confident on the growing execution capabilities of the company”

 

 

 

Value Rs. 142 cr

 

GE Power India bags order from NTPC

 

GE Power India said on Wednesday it has been awarded a Rs. 142 cr order by government-owned power utility NTPC for supply and installation of low nitrogen oxide (NOx) combustion system for 10 GW of thermal power plant capacity across the country. This is the first project awarded on such a large scale by NTPC to install low NOx combustion technology at its thermal power plant fleet.

 

The project involves in-combustion system modification of the boiler by staging the combustion air in the furnace to reduce the generation of fuel and thermal NOx during the combustion process. The combustion modification technology can help reduce 30 to 40 per cent of NOx emissions from these coal-fired boilers up to a level of less than 400 mg/Nm3 at 6 per cent oxygen content in flue gas on dry gas basis at induced draft fan outlet.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 18 cr

 

Deep Industries stock spurts after order win from ONGC

 

Deep Industries has received Letter of Award from ONGCfor Charter Hiring of 01 No. of 50 MT Work Over Rig for Ahmedabad Asset for Category-2 for a period of three years. The total estimated value of the said award is approximately Rs. 18 cr, the company added.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 463 cr

 

NBCC secures order from IIM Visakhapatnam

 

Navratna public sector undertaking NBCC (India) Limited has bagged an order worth Rs. 463 crore from Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Visakhapatnam.  NBCC has been awarded the work as Project Management Consultant for development of a permanent campus in phase 1 which will include Academic, Residential and Admin Blocks as well as Library, Labs, Sports and other common facilities. To be developed on a total area of 230.25 Acres with built-up area of 60,384 Sqm, the company will complete the project within 30 months. It is worth mentioning that NBCC has undertaken several significant projects in educational infrastructure segment, the prominent ones being IIT Delhi, IIT Mandi, IIT Roorkee, NIFTEM, ICI, HQ and Regional Offices of CBSE to name a few.

 

 

 

Value Rs. 521 cr

 

RKEC bags bridge project in West Bengal

 

RKEC Projects, in a joint venture with China’s Qingdao Construction Engineering, has bagged a project worth Rs. 521 cr to construct a four-lane bridge across the Ganga near Farakka in West Bengal. The project is among the 12 such bridges to be constructed over the river, envisaged by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and is expected to be completed in 36 months. The existing Farakka rail-cum-road barrage is the only link between the north-eastern region and the country.The increasing traffic has forced the government to construct a new bridge between Farakka and Malda. The construction of the 5.468-km long bridge-cum-approach roads, along NH-34 on the EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) model was entrusted to RKEC’s JV by the National Highway Authority of India. RKEC Projects has mobilised equipment worth over Rs. 100 cr, consisting of eight hydraulic piling machines, 10 heavy duty cranes, three batching plants, 12 concrete mixtures, among others.




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