Chennai, Oct 7 (UNI) The Consolidated Construction Consortium Limited (CCCL) has bagged the Rs 1,212 crore expansion project for Chennai Airport.
The CCCL has won the project from Airports Authority of India (AAI) in collaboration with Canadian infrastructure company, Herve Pomerleau International.
The contract has been awarded for development of Kamaraj Domestic Terminal Phase II, expansion of existing Anna International Terminal and giving facelift to existing terminals at the Chennai Airport.
The CCCL has also bagged the Chennai Airport's cargo complex project worth Rs 68 crore, its Chairman and CEO R Sarabeswar told reporters here today.
''We are delighted to have won these prestigious multiple airport projects. The Chennai airport expansion order will help consolidate our presence in the airport infrastructure space and winning these projects will strengthen our portfolio, besides widening the opportunity for CCCL to participate in greenfield projects'', he added.
The project includes expansion of Kamaraj Domestic terminal building (74,500 Sqm), expansion of Anna International terminal building (65,000 Sqm), multilevel car parking for domestic terminal, substation, surface car parking for international terminal, elevated one km bridge in front of terminal building, and providing facelift to existing international and domestic terminal buildings.
With these orders, the total order backlog stood at Rs 4,250 crore to be executed over a period of 26 months, he said.
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