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18 November, 2017 08:22 IST
Larsen & Tubro bags orders worth Rs 26.94 bn
Source: IRIS | 17 Apr, 2017, 10.05AM
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The construction arm of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has won orders worth Rs 26.94 billion across various business segments.

The water & effluent treatment business has received engineering, procurement & construction orders worth Rs 22.27 billion. Orders have been secured from Narmada Water Resource Water Supply and Kalpsar Department, Government of Gujarat for Kakrapar - Gordha - Vad Lift Irrigation, Kadana-Patadungri Lift Irrigation and Sauni Yojana Link-2 Package 4 projects.

The scope includes design and construction of pumping station with pumps, substations, transformers along with MS pipeline rising mains, an underground pipeline distribution network and other allied electro-mechanical works.

Another order has been bagged from Krishna Bhagya Jala Nigam Limited, Karnataka for Nandawadagi Lift Irrigation project. The scope of work includes construction of approach channel, sump & pump house with pumps, switchyard, transmission line and allied electromechanical equipment along with MS pipeline rising mains, delivery chamber and other ancillary works. The business has also received additional orders from its various ongoing projects.

The smart world communication business has received an order worth Rs 1.80 billion from Greater Vishakhapatnam Smart City Corporation as System Integrator to implement smart city solutions for the city
of Vishakhapatnam under the Smart City Mission.

The scope of work includes installation of citywide surveillance system, variable message boards, public address systems, wi-fi access points, data centre with disaster recovery, command control centre, collaborative monitoring and facility management system. The project also includes implementation of smart elements such as solid waste management system, smart transport, smart poles, smart lighting, environmental sensor and enterprise resource planning.

The transportation infrastructure business has bagged an engineering, procurement and construction order worth Rs 2.87 billion from the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MORTH) for two laning of the Helwak Karad Section of NH-166E in Maharashtra. The scope of work includes construction of 48.4 km of two lane carriageway with concrete pavement, one major bridge, 14 minor bridges and other associated works.

Shares of the company gained Rs 4.25, or 0.25%, to trade at Rs 1,682.25. The total volume of shares traded was 12,533 at the BSE (9.58 a.m., Monday).



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