Mumbai, May 21, 2012: L&T Construction has bagged new orders valued 744 crore during the first quarter of 2012-2013.
The Power Transmission & Distribution IC has secured new orders worth 479 crore from key customers. These include orders for electrical, instrumentation and automation works for 4506 Cum blast furnace project for National Mineral Development Corporation at Nagarnar, Chhattisgarh from Tata projects, 400 KV switchyard and plant electrics for Jindal Power Limited at Tamnar, Chhattisgarh and electrical works at Mauda and Solapur for a SuperThermal project from The National Thermal Power Corporation.
An order has been secured from Power Grid Corporation of India Limited for the construction of 400 kV overhead transmission lines from Barh in Bihar to Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh.
In the Water & Solar Business, L&T Construction has secured orders worth 265 crore from various customers for the construction of a Solar thermal plant at Rajasthan and also an EPC contract for the construction of a pumping station and allied works at Botad Branch Canal from Paliyad to Goma in Bhavnagar district, Gujarat.
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