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Monday, 10 Sep 2007
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Domestic & Overseas Orders
 

 

Domestic Order

 

Metallurgy

 

TRF bagged a Rs.115.1 crore order from NMDC to implement the crushing and stacking section for its Bailadila iron ore project (Package I) at Kirandul in Chhattisgarh, on lump sum turn-key basis.

 

Outotec of Finland received a 35 million euros ($48 million) contract from Tata Steel, to design the first phase of India's largest iron ore sinter plant and undertake its basic engineering. It would also supply proprietary equipment and supervisory services for its 6 mln tpa Kalinganagar steel plant project, in Orissa.

 

Larsen & Toubro will execute the local portion of the plant and provide detailed engineering, local supplies, erection and commissioning, along with the site services comprising of civil and structural works.

 

Siemens VAI & Siemens India, has received an order from Jindal Stainless for a 1.800 mm wide hot strip rolling mill for its steel project at Kalinganagar Durubi in Orissa.

 

The plant designed for an annual production of 1.6 mln tpa in its first phase, and will produce austenitic and ferritic stainless steel strips including a minor quantity of plates. In the subsequent project phase, the plant can be upgraded to produce 3.2 mln tpa by installing a second reheating furnace, a seventh mill stand and a second down coiler.

 

Siemens will undertake to provide the latest state-of-the-art equipment such as hydraulic edger, HAGC in all mill stands, flatness control and its new laminar cooling model. It will also provide customer training, and monitor the installation of all the supplied components and systems, as well as commission the installation, including fine adjustment of the technological models and control systems. The project is scheduled for final commissioning by 2009.

 

Petroleum Products

 

Hindustan Dorr Oliver bagged a Rs.70 crore order for design, engineering and construction of effluent treatment plant for Bharat Oman Refineries, at Bina in Madhya Pradesh. The order is to be executed within 16 months.

 

Punj Lloyd bagged a Rs.590 crore order from Bharat Oman Refineries to build a sulphur block at Bina Refinery in Madhya Pradesh, on engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning assistance (EPCC) basis. The scope of work includes a 360 tpd sulphur recovery unit, a 470 tph amine recovery unit, a 360 tpd tail gas treatment unit and a 125 tph & 49 tph sour water stripping units. The work is scheduled to be completed within 25 months.

 

Petron Engineering bagged a Rs.127 crore order from Bharat Oman Refineries, to supply fired heaters for the HCU/DHDT, for the Bina refinery project.

 

Fabtech Projects & Engineers bagged a Rs.120 crore order from Hindustan Petroleum Corporation, to set up an advanced LPG and propylene mounded storage system at its Visakhapatnam refinery in Andhra Pradesh.

 

Oil & Gas Pipelines

 

PSL bagged a Rs.165 crore order from Indian Oil Corporation for its Dadri- Panipat gas pipeline project. The contract is for supplying a total length of 134 km of 30 inch outer diameter API 5LX70 grade pipes with anti-corrosion coating. PSL will execute the order at its state-of-the-art two step pipe mill at Kandla in Gujarat, which has been set up to cater to high pressure oil & gas requirements of the domestic and international markets.

 

Dolphin Offshore Enterprises bagged a $8.5 million order from Punj Lloyd, to provide under water/diving services including DP DSV for the Oil & Natural Gas Corporation's Heera Re-development project. The contract is scheduled for completion by May 2008.

 

Electricity

 

Delhi-based DCM Shriram Consolidated (DSCL) has bagged a Rs.700 crore order from Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board, to set up a 108 MW Chhatru hydroelectric power project in the Lahul Spiti district on Chandra river, on build-operate-transfer (BOT) basis.

 

The project involves designing and construction of a 19-metre high barrage, creating a live storage for water. DSCL will develop, finance, construct, commission and operate the project for a concession period of 40 years.

 

Era Infra Engineering bagged a Rs.136.33 crore order from NTPC, for the main plant & offsite civil works package of the 2x500 MW Simhadri super thermal power project Stage-II in Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh. The order is to be executed over 43 months.

 

Apar Industries received a Rs.130 crore contract from Adani Power, to manufacture and supply ACSR conductors. These conductors will be used for Adani's 400 kV D/C Mundra-Dehgam Transmission Line project.

 

Bharat Heavy Electricals bagged a Rs.2,900 crore order from Aravali Power Co., to supply and install the main plant package at its 3x500 MW Jhajjar super thermal power project in Haryana. This is the highest value boiler and turbine generator (BTG) package contract, BHEL has received for a single project. The units are slated for synchronisation during the XI Plan, and will add 36 million units every day to the grid on commissioning, which will be shared by the power deficit states of Delhi and Haryana.

 

Bharat Heavy Electricals bagged orders worth Rs.6,500 crore from Damodar Valley Corporation, to set up 2x500 MW at Koderma thermal power station in Jharkhand and 2x500 MW at Durgapur steel thermal power station in West Bengal; both on turnkey basis.

 

BHEL would manufacture, supply, erect, test and commission the steam turbines, generators, boilers, associated auxiliaries, balance of plant and electricals, the state-of-the-art controls & instrumentation (C&I), electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) and switchyard, including civil works. Both projects are scheduled for completion by 2012.

 

Areva T&D India bagged orders worth Rs.96.9 crore from:

 

 
  • Essar Steel, for complete design, supply, erection, testing & commissioning of a 220 kV switchyard and also to supply 160 MVA, 220 kV, 90 MVA, and 220 kV power tansformers for its 3.9 mln tpa steel expansion project at Hazira. This is Areva T&D's first turnkey AIS substation contract. [contract value: Rs.63 crore]
  • Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co (MSETCL) has placed its first gas insulated switchgear (GIS) turnkey order to improve the power quality and reliability for Pune. The scope includes turnkey execution of the 132/22/11 kV Rasthapeth sub-station involving design, supply, civil work, erection, testing and commissioning multiple bays of 132 kV GIS, 50 MVA and 25 MVA transformers, control relay panels and numerical bay control system. [contract value: Rs.33.9 crore]

Sunil Hitech Engineers bagged a Rs.111.7 crore order from JSW (Ratnagiri) for structural fabrication and erection works and to supply steel for the 4x300 MW thermal power project at Jaigarh in Maharashtra. The order is to be executed within 22 months.

ICSA India bagged a Rs.18.60 crore order from M P Paschim Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Co., Indore, for design, manufacture, testing, supply of materials and construction of 33/11kV sub-stations, new 11kV & 33kV power lines, and augmentation of PTs in various locations in the Ujjain region, on turnkey basis.

 

Roadways

 

Era Infra Engineering (EIEL) has formally announced that it has together with Induni CIE & SA bagged a Rs.360 crore order from Hyderabad Growth Corridor for design, construction, development, finance, operation and maintenance of eight-lane access controlled highway, which falls under the Phase-II A programme and is an extension of Phase I of Outer Ring Road project in Hyderabad. The order is for the package from Narsingi to Kollur from KM 0.00 to KM 12.00 on build, operate and transfer (BOT) (Annuity) basis through a special purpose vehicle (SPV) - Hyderabad Ring Road Project Pvt. Ltd.

Pratibha Industries bagged a Rs.137.70 crore contract from Indore Development Authority for a road construction project in Madhya Pradesh. A pilot corridor is to be constructed on A B Road, (Niranjanpur to Rajiv Gandhi Square) at Indore in Madhya Pradesh (under the Bus Rapid Transit System, Indore), floated by Indore Development Authority. The project is in JV with Niraj Cement Structurals and is to be executed within 24 months.

 

Era Infra Engineering (EIEL) in consortium with KCT bagged a Rs.550 crore order to execute the Delhi-Bahadurgarh-Rohtak NH-10 stretch, in Haryana, on BOT basis. Along the stretch between KM 29.70 to KM 87.00, a 63.49 km stretch will be constructed along with a four-lane bypass of 13 km at Bahadurgarh and a 25 km bypass at Rohtak. The two-lane highway between Bahadurgarh and Rohtak will be expanded to a six-lane. The project also includes constructing five grade separators, four underpasses and three railway overbridges. The project is scheduled to be complete within two years.

 

Railways & Urban Transportation

 

ITD - ITDCem, a JV of ITD Cementation India and Italian-Thai Development Public Co., Thailand was awarded the letter of acceptance (LoA) from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation to construct an underground metro of 5km that includes the Khan Market, Jawaharlal Nehru station, Jangpura stations and ancillary works on the Central Secretariat - Badarpur Corridor of Delhi MRTS. The Rs.893 crore contract is scheduled to complete within 35.5 months.

 

This is DMRC's second contract awarded to the JV, which is currently executing a Rs.188 crore elevated corridor project on the Qutub Minar - Gurgaon Corridor, including viaduct and structural work of five elevated station for the Delhi MRTS.

 

Larsen & Toubro bagged a Rs.203 crore order from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to construct an underground station at Saket (Delhi) and a tunnel, between Central Secretariat and Qutub Minar Corridors of Delhi Metro. The project is part of L&T's Delhi Metro Rail Project (Phase II). The 284m Saket station will be completed within 30 months, and involves 1500m of tunneling work, construction of a 945m link tunnel and a 260m ramp within 24 months. The underground station will be constructed through the Top Down construction method, and the tunneling will use the Cut & Cover method, while NATM (New Austrian Tunneling Method) will be employed for the 185m twin tunnel.

 

Shipping Infrastructure

 

The consortium of Gammon and Oragados SPL has received the letter of intent (LoI) from Mumbai Port Trust for the Mumbai Offshore Container Terminal Project. The project is to be implemented on BOT basis for 30 years, including three years as construction & equipping period.

 

Aviation Infrastructure

 

Hyderabad-based Lanco Infratech bagged a Rs.83 crore contract to develop and modernise the existing airport at Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh.

 

The contract involves re-developing the existing airport, constructing its terminal and providing various facilities for passenger comfort and runway expansion. The project is a cash-contract deal and Lanco is to complete construction works and handover the airport to Airports Authority of India.

 

Real Estate

 

Ahluwalia Contracts India received a letter of intent (LoI) from Emaar MGF Construction, to construct a village residential project for the commonwealth games 2010. The project is scheduled for completion by December 2009.

 

Water & Waste Management

 

The United Gulf Construction Co. WLL - Unity Infraprojects JV of Unity Infraprojects and United Gulf Construction Co. - (WLL, Kuwait), has secured a Rs.28.33 crore contract from Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai to install pipelines for existing water mains at various locations in Mumbai, using the micro-tunnelling method.

 

Hindustan Construction Co. bagged a Rs.415 crore contract from Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, to construct a water tunnel between Maroshi and Ruparel College in Mumbai. The tunnel will replace the old upper Vaitarna and Vaitarna mains in this section and will improve the water supply to Vakola, Mahim, Dadar and Malbar Hills.

 

The tunnel will be laid underground by digging a shaft 90 feet deep and then excavating the tunnel horizontally using the tunnel boring technique. It will connect the existing Ruparel College to the Dr. E Moses road tunnel, that supplies water to Malabar Hills. On completion, this pipeline will bring in additional 378.54 million litres of water per day (mld) and is expected to be complete within 45 months.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Ahluwalia Contracts India received new orders worth Rs.88 crore from Jaypee Greens at Greater Noida, Government of India CPWD, IDBI Project Division (Civil) at Mumbai and Welldone Technology Parks Development at Gurgaon.

 

Overseas Order

 

Petroleum Products

 

On 13 August 2007, Engineers India received a letter of intent (LoI) from Abu Dhabi Polymers Co., to manage the construction of a petrochemicals complex in Abu Dhabi. EIL which is a JV between Abu Dhabi National Oil Co and Vienna-based Borealis, will manage the expansion.

 

Hotels & Restaurants

 

Punj Lloyd's subsidiary Sembawang Engineers and Constructors secured a 250 million Singapore dollar (about Rs.666 crore) contract from Singaporebased Resorts World, for sub-structural works at Sentosa Integrated Resort.

 

The order includes construction to completion of the raft foundation, three levels of basement and associated mechanical and engineering works. The project is scheduled to be complete by August 2008.

 
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