New Delhi, Nov 15: Construction and engineering firm Larsen&Toubro Ltd today said the company in consortium with Paul Wurth has bagged a Rs 580.74 crore order from State-run steel giant SAIL for up gradation of blast furnace at Bokaro steel plant on a turnkey basis.
ECC, the company's construction division, will execute the order valued at Rs 355.02 crore.
The turnkey project is to be completed in 21 months, including shutdown of 150 days, a company statement said.
Paul Wurth's scope covers basic engineering, supply of proprietary and special equipment as well as technical service, while the company's scope includes detail engineering, supply of indigenous mechanical, electrical equipment and instrumentation works as well as complete site services encompassing civil, structural and erection works.
The company has core expertise in rebuilding blast furnaces and is reputed for timely execution of similar projects in the past.
The consortium's continued success in bagging order for rebuilding blast furnaces in the country from past few last years has been increasing and this is clear evidence of the high-level of confidence core sector customers have placed on L&T's engineering and construction capabilities and Paul Worth's technology in iron making.
L&T along with Paul Wurth are presently executing the 2.5 MTPA Blast Furnace on turnkey basis at Tata Steel, Jamshedpur which is nearing completion.
Recently L&T also bagged order form Tata Steel Ltd for putting up their Kalinganager Project.