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L&T Construction secures contracts for its businesses

The construction arm of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has secured orders for its varied businesses.

The water and effluent treatment business of L&T Construction has won its maiden order in Chandigarh from the Chandigarh Smart City (CSCL) to construct a 136 MLD sewage treatment plant on design, build and operate basis.

The project aims to improve the quality of treated sewage in line with the latest NGT requirements and save potable drinking water which is presently being used for gardening and irrigating green spaces in the city.

In addition to constructing the 136 MLD sewage treatment plant, the scope of the project includes operation, maintenance, generation of power from biogas and treatment of sludge to Class-A standards for reuse by CSCL.

The buildings and factories business of L&T Construction has secured an order from a key government organisation in Oman to develop infrastructure and utilities for a mixed-use facility at Muscat.
The public space business unit has secured an order for an IB School by RP – Sanjeev Goenka Group. The school is conceived as state-of-the-art international institute. The scope of work includes design and construction of the school building with basement + ground + nine floors with a total built-up area of two lakh sq ft.

L&T GeoStructure has been awarded a prestigious project by IRCON International for construction of a viaduct substructure up to pier cap level, for about three km as part of the Agartala-Akhaura New Rail Link Project at Agartala, Tripura.

The scope includes 1,100 bored cast-in-situ piles with 1,200 mm dia and depth of 25 mtr. Also included are pile caps, pedestals, piers and pier caps, abutment, etc.

L&T’s power transmission & distribution business has won orders both in India and abroad.

In India, the business has received an order from the Power Grid Corporation of India to establish certain transmission links connected with strengthening of the 400 kV system in the Eastern Region. Another order for 400 kV transmission line package in South India has been won from a leading transmission developer.
In Africa, the business has won an order in Tanzania to design, supply, install, test and commission 220 kV transmission line.

The cumulative value of the work orders is between Rs 1,000 crore to Rs 2,500 crore.