L&T Construction wins contracts for its water and effluent treatment business

L&T Construction has received various contracts within the framework of its water and effluent treatment activity. According to the company’s project classification, the value of the contracts ranges between Rs 1000 crore and Rs 2500 crore.

Gujarat Water Infrastructure (GWIL) has placed engineering, procurement and construction orders for the design and construction of the Dhanki – Navda bulk pipeline project which aims to improve supply capacity water supply to meet future demands of Amreli, Junagadh, Botad and Rajkot districts of Gujarat.

The scope includes the design and construction of a 99 km bulk transmission MS pipeline, a 10.5 ML RCC raw water sump and pump station and electromechanical and instrumentation works associates.

The company is also running another bulk pipeline project at the same location for GWIL.

In addition, the international arm of the company won a project from a prestigious client for the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the water distribution network and large meter connections in Dubai. The scope includes water distribution networks of 137 km of GRE pipelines, micro-tunneling works, SCADA and associated civil, mechanical and electrical works.

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