The Water & Effluent Treatment Business of L&T Construction has secured various contracts.
The Gujarat Water Infrastructure Limited (GWIL) has placed engineering, procurement and construction orders for the design and construction of the Dhanki-Navda Bulk Pipeline project that aims to enhance water supply capacity to meet the future demands of Amreli, Junagadh, Botad and Rajkot districts of Gujarat. The scope includes design & construction of 99 Kms bulk transmission MS pipeline, 10.5 ML RCC raw water sump & pumphouse and associated electro-mechanical & instrumentation works.
The Business is also executing another bulk pipeline project at the same location for GWIL.
Further, the international arm of the Business has been awarded a project from a prestigious client for the Supply, Installation, Testing, and Commissioning of water distribution network and large meter connections in Dubai. The scope includes water distribution networks of 137 Km GRE Pipelines, micro tunnelling works, SCADA and associated Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Works.
This project adds another customer to our clientele signifying the expansion of the WET business in the Middle East
The Railways SBU of L&T Construction’s Transportation Infrastructure IC has secured an Engineering, Procurement & Construction (EPC) order from IRCON International LTD involving 25 kV Overhead Electrification, Signaling & Telecommunication, and associated works for 549 RKM/678 TKM railway lines pertaining to the Northeast Frontier Railway.
The project is part of the Central Government’s ‘Mission Electrification’ initiative aimed to electrify the entire Indian Railway network to reduce carbon footprint as well as expenditure on diesel.
The business is already executing four major EPC contracts from Central Organization for Railway Electrification (CORE) viz., EPC-01 (Delhi – Jaipur line), EPC-07 (Various sections of the Southern Railway), EPC-06 (Various sections of the North-Western Railway) and EPC-15A (Various sections of the Northeast Frontier Railway).
IRCON International LTD. is one of the implementing agencies responsible for carrying out the Railway Electrification works over the selected networks of Indian Railways.
Buildings & Factories:
The Factories Business of Buildings and Factories IC has secured a prestigious order from a global FMCG manufacturer for Design & Construction of a food processing facility in Gujarat, India. The scope involves Civil, Structural, Architectural and MEP Utility works including External Development Works.
The business has also secured an order from a prestigious client to expand a super specialty hospital in Kolkata by 250 beds on Design & Build basis. The built-up area of the project will be 2.61 Lakh Sq Ft. with a configuration of basement + ground + 10 floors structure including LINAC & PET CT facility. The project is located at a prime location. The logistics are challenging while the execution will have both offsite and onsite construction activities.
The scope of work involves Civil Structure using structural composite deck slab system with CFT columns, finishes & allied MEP services including medical gas piping, nurse call system, pneumatic tube system with external development and landscaping within site premises.
The construction arm of Larsen & Toubro has secured an order from the esteemed National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL), to design and construct Package No. – MAHSR-C-5 of the Mumbai Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Project, the first High Speed Rail corridor being implemented in the country.
The major scope of work for the project comprises design & construction of Civil and Building works for a double line high speed railway of a length of 8.198 Km (Chainage 373.700 to Chainage 401.898). The scope also includes the major station of Vadodara, Confirmation Car Base, Viaduct and Bridges, Crossing Bridges, Architectural, MEP and other associated works.
The project alignment passes through Vadodara, Gujarat and the project is scheduled to be completed within 49 months.
L&T is already executing two other packages (MAHSR – C-4 and MAHSR C-6) of the high-speed corridor and takes pride in being associated with this prestigious project.
Over the years, L&T has significantly enhanced its capability to build faster, and reliable mass transit systems and this project is in line with its strategic goals.
The Water & Effluent Treatment Business of L&T construction has secured a slew of orders from various prestigious clients.
The Department of Water Supply and Sanitation, Punjab has awarded two EPC orders for the Bulk Supply of Treated Water to 10 lakh people across 412 villages and 15 dhanies in the Fazilka and Ferozepur districts of Punjab on a DBOT (Design Build Operate Transfer) basis.
The aggregate scope of work comprises Design & Construction of raw water intake systems, storage & sedimentation tanks, water treatment plants of a total capacity of 114 MLD, clear water reservoirs with pumphouse, supply & laying of transmission pipelines, and associated Electromechanical & Instrumentation works. The project also involves automation works that include measurement of inflow & outflow water quantity and quality through suitable SCADA & other instrumentation works.
Previously, the business commissioned the Moga Water Supply Project for the same client.
The Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha has given a repeat EPC order to execute the Under Ground Pipeline Irrigation System for the Rengali Right Irrigation Project (Phase-I).
Under the project, water for irrigation to 24,063 Ha. of Culturable Command Area (CCA) and 26,334 Ha. of Command Area Development (CAD) is envisaged for the Dhenkanal and Cuttack districts of Odisha by way of gravity flow taken from the Rengali Right Bank Canal and its distributaries. The scope includes survey, design, procurement, construction and installing of DI, HDPE & PSC pipelines of various diameters and pipeline distribution networks with all allied works.
In addition to these, the Business has also secured add-on orders from the Uttar Pradesh State Water & Sanitation Mission to implement various rural water supply projects under the Jal Jeevan Mission to provide Functional House Tap Connection (FHTC) in the state.
The Business is already executing water supply schemes in the districts of Mahoba, Banda, Chitrakhoot, Gonda, Varanasi, Sonbhadra, Balrampur and Shravasti for the same client.
L&T Construction, the construction arm of L&T has secured various orders in India for its businesses.
Metallurgical & Material Handling:
The Metallurgical & Material Handling (MMH) Business has secured an order to set up Coke Oven, By Product and Coke Dry Quenching plants, given its competence and capability to deliver complex plants in the steel sector.
The spurt in the minerals and metals sector has accelerated much-needed private sector investment.
The MMH Business has also secured new orders in the mining sector for its Products Business and add-on orders from its existing customers.
These orders affirm MMH’s leadership position and signify its continued efforts to build customer confidence in the Metallurgical & Materials space.
Buildings & Factories:
The Buildings & Factories business has won an order from a prestigious client for construction of office space at Hyderabad with an approximate built-up area of 20 Lakhs Sq. ft on fast-track timelines, scheduled to be completed in 14 months.
This project consists of 2 Towers with 5 Basements & associated utility buildings. The Tower area comprises composite structural steel structure from the basement. The scope of work involves Civil, Finishes & related MEP works. The project reaffirms L&T’s commitment to move into Modular Structural Steel Composite Structures to overcome the challenge of scarcity in skilled manpower and to meet the accelerated delivery timelines from the Customer.
Water & Effluent Treatment:
The Water & Effluent Treatment business has bagged an order from Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) to construct a Demineralization Plant, ETP and allied facilities for its Barauni Refinery in Bihar.
The project scope involves design, engineering, supply, erection & commissioning of the demineralisation plant, effluent treatment plant, condensate polishing unit and drinking water plant with single point responsibility on Lump Sum Turn-Key basis.
The order from the refinery and petrochemical sectors underpins the business capability to deliver advanced water treatment technologies within stringent timelines.
L&T GeoStructure Pvt Ltd. (LTGS), a wholly owned subsidiary of L&T, has bagged a strategic order from the Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha, for the construction of 1 km long, 1000 mm thick plastic concrete cut-off wall for the Kanupur Irrigation Project at Keonjhar District, Odisha. The cut-off wall will arrest the seepage of water from upstream to downstream to improve the stability of the dam. The duration of the project is 11 months.
LTGS is focussed on ground engineering business, with the expertise to design and execute deep foundations like large diameter piling, diaphragm walls and cut-off walls, in the areas of marine, intake structures, water and earth retaining structures and bridges.
The construction arm of L&T has secured orders from prestigious clients in the GCC and various Indian states for its varied businesses.
In the United Arab Emirates, the Power Transmission and Distribution business has secured an order for the design, supply and construction of a 132kV Substation project with associated 132kV cabling works from one of the government utilities.
Additional orders have been won in ongoing projects in the Middle East.
In Maharashtra, an empanelment and rate contract has been awarded to provide off-grid DC solar photovoltaic water pumping systems with standalone lighting systems for farmers in the Aurangabad, Nashik and Pune revenue divisions. These systems will have provision for mobile charging, transfer of automated meter reading and water discharge reading data.
L&T’s Transportation Infrastructure business has secured a major add-on order from an existing client in Qatar for an Expressway.
Additionally, various add-on orders have been received by some existing projects in the Water and Effluent Treatment (WET) and Metallurgical and Material Handling (MMH) businesses.