L&T Awarded EPC Contract For Dhanbad Water Treatment Plants in India

The construction arm of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has won orders from various clients across various businesses in India.

The company’s water and effluent treatment business secured an engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) order from the Jharkhand Urban Infrastructure Development Company (JUIDCO), for augmenting and strengthening the Dhanbad Urban Water Supply Scheme Phase-II under the Dhanbad Municipal Corporation.

The project aims to provide continuous water supply (24 x seven) while maintaining requisite pressure involving automation, including measurement of input and output water quantity and quality through suitable SCADA and other instrumentation works, to limit water losses in the system to desired levels and ensure consistent good quality of water.

The project is designed to bring drinking water to 4.45 lakh people of Dhanbad city in Jharkhand. The business is also executing the Hazaribagh urban water supply scheme and the Ranchi urban water supply schemes. The business has secured add-on orders for some of its existing projects.
The scope of work includes design and construction of an intake structure of capacity 77 MLD, two water treatment plants of aggregate capacity of 15.5 MLD, transmission and distribution pipelines of 584 km, ground level service reservoirs of aggregate capacity of 8,600 KL, house service connections and associated electromechanical and instrumentation works, including operation and maintenance for a period of five years.

As we Know L&T is a major technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services conglomerate, with global operations. L&T addresses critical needs in key sectors – Hydrocarbon, Infrastructure, Power, Process Industries and Defence – for customers in over 30 countries around the world.

The company classifies its projects under four categories. Significant contracts are worth INR10bn ($145m) to INR25bn ($362m), large contracts are valued between INR25bn ($362m) and INR50bn ($724m), major contracts are worth INR50bn ($724m) to INR70bn ($1bn), and contracts under mega classification are worth more than INR70bn ($1bn).

Source: https://www.larsentoubro.com/