Dhaka Metro | L&T bags contract worth Rs 3,191 crore for construction of metro line

L&T Construction Company's subsidiary has secured a contract of Rs 3,191 crore for the construction of a railway line of Dhaka Metro.

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A subsidiary company of L&T Group of companies won contract from Dhaka Metro Rail Project
A subsidiary company of L&T Group of companies won contract from Dhaka Metro Rail Project

New Delhi: L&T Construction (a subsidiary  of L&T Group of companies) has secured a contract of Rs 3,191 crore for the construction of a railway line of Dhaka Metro. The company gave this information today. The joint venture of L&T Construction and Japan’s Marubani Corporation got this contract in the international bidding process.

The company told the Bombay Stock Exchange that L&T Construction got a contract of Rs 3,191 crore for the electrical and mechanical system package of Dhaka Mass Rapid Transit Development Project (MRT-Line 6). They got this contract from the Dhaka Mass Transit Company (DMTC) which includes construction and design of Line-6, first metro route of the the mass rapid transit system in Bangladesh. Japan International Corporation Agency (JICA) is offering funding for this project.

L&T Construction has also received contracts worth Rs 4,033 crore in the domestic market. L&T Construction’s building and factory business got orders worth Rs 4,033 crore. This includes construction and design contracts for 1,125 residential towers in Visakhapatnam, Prakasam, Guntur and Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh.

In addition, orders for design and construction of cement plant in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh were also received. L&T has also got a contract to establish Cancer Institute in Bihar’s capital Patna, along with the supply, installation and commissioning of medical equipment.

Consortium of L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering has got contract to set up two compost plants from Hindustan Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited. L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering, a wholly owned subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Ltd, has bagged two important contracts from TechnipFMC with Hindustan Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited (HURL).

HURL is a joint venture of Indian Oil, NTPC, Coal India, Fertilizer Corporation of India Limited and HFCL. The project involves engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of two fertilizer plants in Barauni (Bihar) and Sindri (Jharkhand). The Rs 3,800-crore contract includes 2,200 TPD ammonia plants. Work will be started simultaneously on both projects.

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