MUMBAI: The construction arm of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has won orders worth ₹2,654 crore across various business segments, according to a company statement.
Larsen & Toubro which is engaged in technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services with more than $18 billion in revenue, operates in 30 odd countries worldwide.
Transportation Infrastructure: The business has bagged a new order worth ₹ 2,095 crore from Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Ltd (MSRDC), for the construction of package 10 of the six-lane Nagpur Mumbai Super Communication Expressway (District Aurangabad: from Village Fatiwabad to Village Surala) in the state of Maharashtra.
This project is to be completed in 30 months and involves construction of 57.95 kms of six-lane rigid pavement carriageway, 12.77 kms of service roads, 6.4 kms of cart tracks, 3 interchanges, one ROB, 4 major bridges, 5 canal bridges,19 minor bridges/canal bridge, 79 culverts, one VOP and 49 vehicular/pedestrian/cattle underpasses.
Heavy Civil Infrastructure: The business has bagged an order worth ₹559 crore from Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) for construction of the Thane Creek Bridge-III. The project involves construction of a 1.837 kms dual bridge across the Thane Creek Channel connecting Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.
This will be the third bridge to be constructed across Thane Creek channel with the existing Bridge No-2 saturated to traffic and Bridge No-1 being closed to traffic due to its poor condition. This bridge once constructed will provide seamless connectivity between Mumbai and Vashi.