L&T bags US$ 320 million of contracts

29 June 2015

Indian’s largest contractor, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) said it won INR 2,035 crores (US$ 320 million) worth of orders in June

Contracts won by its Building & Factories business included a turnkey construction office project in Hyderabad for an un-named global information technology company. L&T said the scope of its work would include engineering design, civil, structural, and architectural work as well as mechanical & electrical installation, along with other services.

Among the wins for L&T’s Transport and Infrastructure business was an Engineering Procurement Contract (EPC) to construct a 110 km stretch of four-lane dual carriageway along the route between Maharashtra in Solapur State to Bijapur in Karnataka.

The contract also involves the construction of more than 46 km of service roads, six flyovers, two railway over-bridges, three major bridges, 49 minor bridges and 27 underpasses.

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