Mumbai, Apr 30 (ANI/Business Wire India): Hindustan Construction Company (HCC), a leading infrastructure construction and development company, has been awarded the work of Lot - IV of Teesta Hydro Electro Power Project Stage - VI by M/s Lanco Infra Tech Ltd.
This order is worth Rs. 303.02 crore for all civil works and will be completed in 44 months. The project is located at Tarkhola near Rangpo in the district of South Sikkim.
The contract covers construction of underground power house cavern, underground transformer cavern, two numbers of 16 m dia and 60 m high simple surge shafts, four numbers of 5.4 m dia circular pressure shaft, two numbers of D shaped tail race tunnels, modified horse shoe shaped HRTs and Civil works of switch yard.
HCC is also involved in construction of NHPC's Teesta Low Dam Hydroelectric Power Project Stage IV in West Bengal involving construction of diversion arrangement, concrete gravity dam along with spillway, roller compacted concrete (RCC) dam, intake structure, surface power house, tail race channel, switch yard and other associated civil works.
HCC has built several landmark projects in India's Hydro Power and water resources sector, with at least 10 of these situated in the geologically challenging Himalayan region.
Having also constructed over 45 dams, barrages and 15 powerhouses in the Indian sub continent, HCC has contributed to over 30 per cent of India's installed hydropower capacity.