L&T Special Steels and Heavy Forgings Private, a joint venture of Larsen & Toubro and the state-run Nuclear Power Corporation of India, has received an order worth Rs 442 crore from NPCIL to supply forgings for steam generators, the engineering major said in a statement Monday.
“These forgings will be used in the manufacture of the critical equipment for six new indigenous 700 MWe Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors. This requirement is part of the Government of India’s ambitious plan to put up 10 PHWR units,” the company said about the order.
L&T also announced bagging orders worth Rs 2,597 crore for construction jobs, in another statement.
These construction orders for include an order worth Rs 1,047 crore from theNational Highways Authority of India for the construction of the 8.7 km long Dwarka Expressway.
The orders also include another order worth Rs 949 Crore from Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board for providing underground drainage facilities to Bommanahalli, RR Nagar and Dasarahalli Zone coming under 110 villages of BBMP and also from Krishna Bhagya Jala Nigam for the execution of Bhima Lift Irrigation Project on turnkey basis.
L&T also announced construction orders worth Rs 601 crore from HSCC India to construct a hospital and academic campus for the All India Institute of Medical Sciences at Guntur in Andhra Pradesh. Read More
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