18 October 2019

Contracts Awarded

Contract Value Rs.925 CR
Capacite Infraprojects bagged 
High rise construction specialist Capacit'e Infraprojects Limited has bagged nine new construction orders aggregating to Rs.925.79 crore from different developers across cities in the country. These include the Rs.217.80 crore construction order from Rustomjee Constructions for the construction of six high-end residential towers at Bandra, a Rs.181.49 crore order from Twenty Five South Realty for the construction of residential towers in Prabhadevi; a Rs.175.62 crore from Radius & Deserve Builders LLP for six mass housing residential towers in Chembur, a Rs.128.78 crore project in Sector 135, Noida by Seaview Developers, for construction of three commercial towers.

 

 

Contract Value Rs. 1,555 cr.
L&T WINS MAJOR ORDERS
EPC major Larsen & Toubro's Buildings and Factories construction wing has bagged new orders worth an aggregate of Rs.1,555 crore. This includes a large turnkey order from an information technology company for construction of two technology centres in Bangalore and a turnkey order for infrastructure development of three government medical colleges in Cuttack, Sambalpur and Behrampur in Odisha. It has also received an order from the Cochin International Airport to build the new international terminal complex building in Kochi.

 

 

Contract Value Rs. 21,838 cr.
PUNJ LLOYD BAGS HIGHWAY PROJECTS
EPC major Punj Lloyd has won four highway projects worth Rs.1,555 crore in Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Punjab state. While the projects in Bihar, Chhattisgarh and Odisha have been awarded to the company by the NHAI, the order in Punjab come courtesy the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways. The projects fall under the National Highways Development Project (NHDP), Phase IV to widen major highways in India to a higher standard. With these four contracts, the group's order backlog stands at Rs.21,838 crore.

 

 

 

Contract Value Rs. 1,213  cr.
L&T-SOJITZ BAG FREIGHT CORRIDOR WORK
A consortium of EPC major Larsen & Toubro and Sojitz Corp of Japan has been awarded a  Rs.1,213 crore contract for work from the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Ltd (DFCCIL). The design and build order involves electrification works for a 422 km section of the western dedicated freight corridor from Vadodara in Gujarat to JNPT. The scope of work includes construction of seven traction substations,40 switching stations, 897 track km of OHE, works at 12 stations and an operational control centre along with supply of all associated equipment. The project is scheduled to be completed in 42 months.

 

 

Contract Value Rs. 350.96 cr.
KARNATAKA IRRIGATION PROJECTS FOR IVCRL
IVRCL’s Irrigation and Water Divisions has bagged orders collectively worth Rs.350.96 crore. This includes the Rs.324.67 crore Cauvery Neeravari Nigama Ltd project in Karnataka for providing drinking water to 83 tanks in various districts. The scope of work includes commissioning of vertical turbine pumping machineries, designing, supplying, installing and testin g. The company has also been allotted Rs.26.29 crore projects by the Karnataka Urban Water Supply and Drainage Board which includes 11 KV express feeder lines for remodelling of water supply distribution system.

 

 
Contract Value  €20  mn.
BOMBARDIER AWARDS €20 MN CONTRACT TO FAIVELY
 Faiveley Transport has been awarded a contract worth over €20 million by Bombardier Transportation to supply a complete range of state-of-the-art railway systems for 162 new cars for the New Delhi metro. The contracts awarded cover a wide range of railway systems, including braking systems, compact saloon HVAC systems, pantographs, and access and cabin door systems. Faiveley will be responsible for the design, manufacture, and supply of the equipment by mid 2016.

 

 

Contract Value Rs. 320.88 cr.
THALES BAGS DMRC TICKETING SYSTEM CONTRACT
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has awarded the contract for the ticketing system augmentation of Phases I and II of the Delhi metro upgrade to Thales Transportation. Under the contract 100 metro stations will be fitted with 240 extra access gates, 300 new ticket vending machines and 150 automatic vending machines for card top-ups.

 




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