L&T bags orders worth Rs 2,542 crore in two months
Infrastructure major, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has said that it has secured orders worth an impressive Rs. 2,542 crore in different sectors during April and May of 2013.
The company said in a statement that, "The Building & Factories Business has bagged new orders worth Rs. 1,021 crores for the construction of residential towers, a cement plant and a factory at various locations across India, including additional orders from operating projects."
The company's The Heavy Civil Infrastructure Business secured new orders worth Rs. 866 crore for the Kochi Metro Rail Project. The unit will construct elevated viaduct, elevated stations, including architectural finishing work of stations and connecting the viaduct and ramp to the depot on Alwaye-Petta line of the project.
The Transportation Infrastructure Business of the company received a new order worth Rs. 315 crore from Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited for the designing and the construction of electric infrastructure on New Karwandiya to Durgauti section of the eastern corridor. The company will focus on design and construction of 2x25 kV electrification, signaling, telecommunication and related works for the double track railway line on the route.
Meanwhile, the Water & Renewable Energy Business secured EPC orders worth Rs 148 crore from the Public Health Engineering Department, Rajasthan for a water supply distribution system for 97 villages and Power Transmission and Distribution Business received orders worth Rs 192 crore.