02 June 2020

Contracts Awarded

Value Rs.12,100 cr

 

Welspun Corp Ltd bags contracts for supply of 179 KMT pipes

 

Welspun Corp Ltd  has been awarded contracts for supply of 179 KMT of pipes for multiple projects on a global basis. Out of the above orders, 161 KMT will be serviced from our USA facility. Accordingly, the Company’s order book stands at 1,459 KMT valued at approximately INR 12,100 Cr, after considering execution up to November 2019.

 

 

 

Value Rs.2,123 cr

 

Dilip Buildcon bags order from Coal India arm

 

Dilip Buildcon has been awarded OB (over burden) removal contract mining work for Nigahi project at Singrauli district in the State of Madhya Pradesh valued at Rs. 2,122.74 crore by the Northern Coalfields Ltd (NCL), a subsidiary of Coal India Ltd.

Dilip Buildcon Ltd having been declared L1 bidder in the reverse auction conducted by Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL), a subsidiary of coal India Limited on 25.9.2019, has been issued Letter of Award (LoA) dated 18.11.2019 for Removal of Over burden at Nigahi OCP, Singrauli Area in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

The project is for “Excavation of Overburden of First Dig (Solid) by Mechanical Means such as Excavators, Dumpers / Tippers, Drills, Dozers, Graders and Water Sprinklers for Composite Work Consisting of Blast Hole Drilling, Excavation, Loading, Transportation of Broken Rocks / Soil / Earth, Unloading / Dumping, Spreading, Dozing, Water Sprinkling and Grading etc. as per instructions of Engineer-in-charge at Specified Places at Nigahi OCP of NCL at Singrauli District in the State of Madhya Pradesh.”  The contract period is 1552 days and the contract value is Rs. 2122.74 crores (Including GST).

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.24 cr

 

Artson bags Rs.24 cr orders

 

Artson Engineering Ltd has received a Letter of Award from Vedanta Limited for Rs.24 Crores (Rupees Twenty Four Corers Only). The order is for construction of Crude Oil Storage Tanks. The order is to be executed within 12 months.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.3000 cr

 

Sterlite Power wins two transmission projects

 

Sterlite Power, India’s leading private power transmission player has received a letter of award for two key inter-state projects worth over INR 3000 crore for Udupi-Kasargode and WRSS 21 (Part B) involving lines and GIS substations. With these wins, Sterlite Power adds renewable transmission to its portfolio in India, and the company hasalready completed wind energy evacuation project in Brazil earlier this year.

The Udupi-Kasargode project is required to decongest the ISTS transmission corridor and to facilitate smoother power flow within the Southern Region States of Karnataka to Kerala. The GEC project of Lakadia-Vadodara (WRSS 21 – Part B) located in Gujarat, on the other hand will help connect the wind energy zones of Bhuj region to the load centers of Gujarat and Maharashtra. This project involves 765 KV lines and GIS substations and will be completed within an aggressive timeframe of 18 months, first of its kind in the country, and aligned with the Government’s target of installing 175 GW by 2022 under the National Renewable Energy Mission.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.522 cr

 

Ahluwalia Contracts bags orders from Bihar

 

The company has bagged another “new order of Rs.161 crore for construction of Parivahan Parisar at Phulwarisarif Patna (Bihar). Ahluwalia Contracts  said it has bagged construction orders worth

Rs.521.71 crore. Of the said orders, Ahluwalia Contracts (India) Ltd has secured a new order of Rs.208 crore for “construction of NICL work at Corporate Office Building, Rajarhat, Kolkata”, the company said in a BSE filing.

The company has bagged another “new order of Rs.161 crore for construction of Parivahan Parisar at Phulwarisarif Patna (Bihar) (engineering procurement and construction basis) and other new orders of Rs.152.71 crore for construction of bluegrass residences - residential development for Sagitarius Ecospaces LLP at Kalyani Nagar, Pune,” it said.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.1000 cr

 

Ashoka Buildcon arm bags highway project worth Rs.1,000-crore

 

Ashoka Buildcon said its subsidiary Ashoka Concessions Ltd (ACL) has received a Letter of Award (LOA) from NHAI for a highway project in Telangana worth Rs.1,000 crore. ACL has received a LOA from NHAI for the project viz Four laning of NH-161 from Kandi to Ramsanpalle in the State of Telangana under Bharatmala Pariyojna on Hybrid Annuity Mode. The accepted Bid Project Cost is Rs.1,000 crore” it said in a BSE filing.

Earlier this week, the company had said ACL had submitted its bid to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for the said project, and had emerged as the lowest bidder at the financial bid opening meeting held on November 18, 2019.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.12.96 Billion

 

L&T bags orders worth Rs.12.96 billion

 

The company’s water and effluent treatment business also bagged an order worth Rs.4.88 billion. Larsen & Toubro (L&T) construction arm has won orders worth Rs.12.96 billion across business segments in the domestic market. The company 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. L&T’s water and effluent treatment business have won an order worth Rs.4.88 billion from Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd for the execution of a water supply pipeline from Narayanpur reservoir to Kushtagi in the Krishna basin.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.240.07 cr

 

OM Metals Infraprojects Ltd gets LoA

 

OM Metals Infraprojects Ltd has got a letter of acceptance from Amravati Project Construction Division No. 1 for order worth Rs.240,07,45,517. The order is related to Engineers, procurement and construction of civil, mechanical, and electrical works for pressurized pipe distribution network of lower pedhi project including survey, planning and design of system, HSCADA, formations and capacity building of WUAs and operation and maintenance for 5 years after completion.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.1,393 cr

 

NBCC bags project to develop ‘East Delhi Hub’

 

State-owned firm NBCC has bagged a nearly Rs.1,400 crore worth contract to develop ‘East Delhi Hub’ at Karkardooma in the national capital. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) between NBCC and the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in this regard was signed in 2015.NBCC informed that the DDA has revised the conditions of the MoU. The DDA has entrusted the ‘Integrated Development work of East Delhi Hub, Karkardooma, New Delhi based on Transit-Oriented Development norms wherein NBCC will work as project planning, designing and executing agency.

The scope of work includes master planning of the entire project and construction of 1,600 residential units, external amenities, infrastructure services and other developmental works. The total estimated cost of the development of Phase-I of this project is Rs.1,393 crore (approx). In a separate filing, NBCC has signed an MoU with Odisha Thermal Power Corporation Ltd (OTPCL), Bhubaneswar for civil construction and various developmental works of the thermal power plant.The total estimated cost of the project is Rs.200 crore (approx).

 

 

 

Value Rs.1100 cr

 

ITD Cementation bags Rs. 1100 cr orders

 

ITD Cementation India Limited have received Letter of Award from Central Public Works Dept., Government of India for redevelopment of General Pool Residential Colony at Kasturba Nagar New Delhi, including two level basement, podium parking and facilities, all development works and services, on EPC basis.

 

 

 

 

 

Value Rs. 615 cr

 

JMC Projects bags orders worth Rs. 615 crore

 

Civil engineering and construction firm JMC Projects said that it has secured new orders worth Rs.615 crore. The company, a subsidiary of Kalpataru Power Transmission, undertakes projects pertaining to civil engineering and engineering, procurement and construction works.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.132.69 cr

 

Vascon Engineers Ltd receives work order from AAI

 

Vascon Engineers Ltd has received Work Order from Airports Authority of India (AAI), a Domestic Entity, for the work of Extension of existing Terminal Building at Goa Airport Dabolim, including Civil Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Firefighting, HVAC, Airport Systems, IT, Furniture, Signage’s and allied works at GOA on design and build basis amounting to Rs.132.69 crores (excluding GST).

The work has to be completed within 21 months from the 10th date of issue of Work Order (i.e. 03rd December, 2019, received on 6th December, 2019).

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.1,025 cr

 

KEC International wins orders across various businesses

 

KEC International Ltd., a global infrastructure EPC major, an RPG Group Company, has secured new orders of Rs.1,025 crore across its various businesses. In the Transmission & Distribution sector, the business has secured orders of Rs.750 crore for T&D projects in India:765 kV GIS Substation order from a Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL) entity under Tariff Based Competitive Bidding (TBCB) route in Western India. Followed by this is a 400 kV Transmission Line and 400 kV GIS Substation orders from Tamil Nadu Transmission Corporation limited (TANTRANSCO) in Southern India along with another order of a 400 kV Transmission Line order from a private player in Eastern India.

In the Railways sector, the business has secured orders of Rs.125 crore in India which includes signalling and Telecommunication works from Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) in Eastern India.

Also, the work of overhead electrification and associated civil works from Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) in Northern India has also been allotted to the comoanpy. The cables business has secured orders of Rs.150 crore for various types of cables/ cabling projects.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs.750 cr

 

Pitti Engineering bags  order from GE India 

 

Pitti Engineering has bagged Rs.750 crore orders from GE India to supply traction motor-related products and other ancillaries to be used in locomotives being made for Indian Railways. The company has recently set up a manufacturing plant in Aurangabad with an investment of Rs.160 crore. It plans to invest another Rs.90 crore in the second phase over the next two years. The company has also invested Rs.40 crore in modernising its manufacturing facility in Hyderabad.

Pitti expects more orders from GE India and Siemens with Indian Railways focused on achieving 100 per cent indigenisation of manufacturing of about 20-25 per cent of the total fleet of the track machines such as Utility Vehicles, Rail Bound Maintenance Vehicles, Track Laying Equipment, Rail Threader & Rail-cum-Road Vehicles. The global engineering companies GE and Siemens that cater to railway projects are also sourcing more material from India rather than importing from other countries.

 

 

 

 

Value Rs. 500 cr

 

NBCC (India) Ltd bags project consultancy contract

 

NBCC (India) Limited has been entrusted by Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate, Government of India to provide Principle Project Consultancy and Executing agency for the Development of the National Museum of Natural History at Bhairon Marg, New Delhi. The estimated project cost is Rs.500 crore (approx.).

 

 

 

 

 

Value Rs. 243 cr

 

NCC Ltd bags new order from Roads Division

 

NCC has received one new order for Rs.243 crore (exclusive of GST) in the month of November, 2019. This order pertains to Roads Division and is received from a State Government agency and does not include any internal order.

 

 




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