L&T Construction awarded (significant*) contracts for its various businesses

Mumbai, July 11, 2019: The construction arm of L&T has secured orders from prestigious clients across various Indian states for its varied businesses.

Power Transmission and Distribution:

On the domestic front, the business has secured orders for urban electricity distribution from a state distribution utility. The project scope includes replacing the existing HT & LT overhead lines with underground cables. In addition, new 11kV feeders will also be created for load bifurcation. Such projects improve the overall reliability of the power distribution network and help particularly in avoiding the unscheduled power cuts during rains and windy conditions.

Another order for turnkey construction of a 400kV and 220kV Transmission Lines has been secured from a state transmission utility.

In the international market, an order has been secured for the supply, installation and commissioning of 132kV underground cables in United Arab Emirates (UAE).

In Ethiopia and Uganda, orders have been received for establishing distribution networks involving medium/ low voltage distribution lines and last mile consumer connections. These will improve electricity access in their respective towns and rural areas.

The business has also won an order, in a consortium, for the supply and construction of Battery Energy Storage Systems for 115kV substations in Chaiyaphum and Lopburi provinces of Thailand. These state-of-art elements will mitigate the impact from grid connection of intermittent renewable generation.

Heavy Civil Infrastructure:

The Defence business unit of Heavy Civil Infrastructure has secured order from one of the major Defence PSUs for the construction of a strategic project for the Indian Air Force.

The scope includes construction of under-ground specialized RCC structure along with water proofing, electrical works and other Internal & external services. The project is to be completed within a timeline of 33 months.

 

Water and Effluent Treatment:

Engineering, procurement & construction orders have been secured from the Gujarat Water Infrastructure Limited for supplying, lowering, laying, jointing, testing and commissioning of a MS pipeline from Brahmani Dam – 2 to Chakampar village (Package II) and from Chakampar village to Nava Sadulka (Package III) including its operation & maintenance for 5 years in Morbi district, Gujarat. The business has bagged repetitive orders from the same client over the past few years.

 

Background:

Larsen & Toubro is an Indian multinational engaged in technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services with over USD 20 billion in revenue. It operates in over 30 countries worldwide. A strong, customer–focused approach and the constant quest for top-class quality have enabled L&T to attain and sustain leadership in its major lines of business for eight decades.

Project Classification

 

Classification Significant Large Major Mega
Value in ₹ Cr 1000 to 2500 2500 to 5000 5000 to 7000 >7000

BEIJING, July 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Chinese business leaders had a taste of the Australian Open on Saturday with the launch of the China Challenge in Beijing. The Australian Open China Challenge will see more than 500 business administrators from a variety of industries compete in a series of tennis tournaments over the next five months. From July to November, Tennis Australia and Australian Open Associate Partner Luzhou Laojiao will host 10 tournaments in 10 cities across China – Beijing, Xian, Rizhao, Suzhou, Changsha, Shenzhen, Zhengzhou, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Chengdu. The winning pair from each city will travel to Melbourne to play the final at 1573 Arena during Australian Open 2020. Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley said the China Challenge was a new way for the tournament to engage with different demographics of the Chinese community. “The Australian Open China Challenge is just another example of our ongoing commitment to building the presence of not just the Australian Open, but the sport of tennis, in China and the Asia-Pacific region,” Tiley said. “This initiative is a great opportunity for Chinese tennis fans in the business community to play tennis in a competitive environment and build a connection with us. We hope these players visit Melbourne and attend the tournament one day.” China’s top ranked player and current world No.15 Qiang Wang was in Beijing to launch the first tournament. “It is fantastic to see the Australian Open engage with the corporate world here in China,” Wang said. “There are so many tennis fans in this country and to give them an opportunity to experience a part of the Australian Open is very special. I’ve been fortunate enough to compete at the Australian Open five times and I’m happy to be able to share my experiences of playing in Melbourne with the competitors.” In each city, participants will play a round robin doubles tournament. The pool matches will see one Fast4 Tennis set played and the final will be best of three Fast4 Tennis sets. Fast4 Tennis is a modified version of the game launched globally in Sydney in 2015 by Roger Federer and Lleyton Hewitt. The format is based on the fundamentals of tennis and introduces four innovative rules to ensure matches are fast, competitive, exciting and completed in a short period of time. lets are played no ad scoring first to four games wins the set Fast4 Tennis tiebreaker at three games all (first to 5 points with a deciding point played at four points all). Australian Open 2020 China Challenge calendar 13 July Beijing, National Tennis Centre 27 July Xian, Zhuque Tennis Centre 24 August Rizhao, Rizhao Tennis Park 31 August Suzhou, Suzhou Olympic Sports Centre 7 September Changsha, Helong Sports Centre 21 September Shenzhen, Shenzhen Tennis and Badminton Centre 12 October Zhengzhou, Zhongyuan International Tennis Centre 19 October Shanghai International Tennis Centre 3 November Hangzhou, Chengbei Sports Park 16 November Chengdu, Sichuan International Tennis Centre 20 January to 2 February 2020 Australian Open 2020 – China Challenge final to take place The Australian Open China Challenge joins a calendar of events Tennis Australia already hosts in China including the Australian Open’s Asia Pacific Wildcard Play-off in Zhuhai and The Belt and Road Chengdu-Australian Open University Tennis Championships in Chengdu.

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