While the Electrical & Gulf Projects Operating Company, a part of L&T Construction Division, has secured a slew of orders aggregating Rs 1015 crore, L&T"s Metallurgical, Material Handling & Water Operating Company has bagged orders aggregating Rs 368 crore from various Customers.
Orders valued at Rs 811 crore (USD 176 million) came from the Gulf market. This includes two orders from TRANSCO for the construction of 3x132 kV Substations at Al Wathba, Mohd Bin Zayed City including Sudha Port Fujairah.
An order from OETC for the construction of 132/33 kV substation at Quariyat Area including installation of overhead lines in the Muscat Governorate was also handed over to L&T.
The company secured a total of three orders valued at Rs 204 crore from the domestic market. This includes construction of one 220/66 kV substation at Bengaluru for KPTCL and another 220kV substation at Dhule and Bhableshwar in Maharashtra for MSETCL.