L&T Construction, a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro, has won orders worth INR32bn ($467m) across various business segments from Indian and overseas clients.
The company’s Power Transmission and Distribution (PT&D) business has secured EPC orders worth INR17.23bn ($251m).
It has won an order in the Kingdom of Morocco for the construction of 400kV and 225kV transmission lines to evacuate power from the Midelt solar power station.
The PT&D business has also won an order from Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company for the construction of a 220kV overhead transmission line from Toshka in Egypt, which will form a crucial link in the Egypt-Sudan electricity interconnection project.
It has secured an order in Algeria for the construction of a 60/10kV gas insulated substation in Annaba city.
The PT&D business has won an order from the Nepal Electricity Authority for the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of 220kV substations.
In India, it has secured an order for the construction of 220kV and 132kV transmission lines and substations in Madhya Pradesh on turnkey basis under the Green Energy Corridor projects.
It has won another order for the establishment of a 400/230kV gas insulated substation in Tamil Nadu.
An order has been received for urban electrification and sub-transmission works in Jammu and additional orders from ongoing power distribution jobs.
The PT&D business has also received orders to build grid-connected rooftop solar photovoltaic systems and solar-powered irrigation systems in the states of Bihar and Jharkhand.
Additional orders have been received from ongoing power distribution jobs.
L&T Construction’s Smart World and Communication business has secured an order worth INR1.81bn ($26.3m) for the implementation of Goa Intelligent City Management System for Panaji City as the Master System Integrator (MSI).
The scope of work includes the deployment of smart elements such as citywide Wi-Fi and surveillance systems, solid waste management system, smart traffic and smart parking, environmental sensors, public address systems and variable message display boards.
A centralised Integrated Command and Control Centre and Security Operation Centre are also planned to be established in the city.
The company’s Metallurgical and Material Handling (MMH) business has received orders worth INR8.08bn ($117m).
The MMH business has secured an order from Hindalco at Rayagada, Odisha, and JSW at Dolvi, Maharashtra, as well as add-ons from ongoing jobs.
The Water and Effluent Treatment business has won an order worth INR4.88bn ($71m) from Karnataka Power Corporation for the execution of a water supply pipeline from Narayanpur reservoir to Kushtagi in the Krishna basin.
The scope includes supply and laying of water supply pipelines, including electro mechanical works. The project aims to augment water requirements for the existing power plant at Bellary.