& Toubro Ltd (L&T) has announced having bagged four contracts valued at
Rs452 crore for projects in Andhra Pradesh, including one valued at Rs226 crore
from NTPC for Simhadri Coal Handling Plant.
project in an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the
design, engineering, supply and installation of 2 x l600 TPH coal handling plant,
for Simhadri super thermal power project (SEPP), stage-II (2x500 MW), including
civil, structural, electrical and instrumentation works. This involves construction
of 7 km of belt conveyors, supplying two stacker reclaimers, 4 crushers, and 4
paddle feeders including associated electromechanical equipment..
project is being executed as a part of NTPC''s expansion plan for the Simhadri.
STPP, and will enhance the plant''s installed capacity from 1000 MW to 2000 MW,
by adding two units of 500 MW each.
construction division, which won the contract, expects to complete the project
in 39 months.
L&T had constructed the coal handling plant during the stage-1 of the project,
which was put in to operation in 2002.
other three contracts, with a combined value of Rs226 crore are from the Public
Health and Municipal Engineering Department, of the government of Andhra Pradesh,
including a Rs93 crore order for engineering, procurement and construction of
an underground drainage scheme for Nizamabad township.
project involves laying 470km of sewer pipelines, sewage treatment plant and pumping
system, to be completed in 24 months. This project would benefit Nizamabad residents
besides disposal of sewage in an environmentally safe manner.
also has another order of Rs88 crore for engineering, procurement and construction
of water supply improvement scheme to Nellore Town, involving construction of
water treatment plant, reservoirs, pumping stations and laying 88 km of pipelines,
with a project completion schedule of 18 months.
ia also putting up a Rs45-crore order to provide safe drinking water to Rayadurg
in Ananthapur District of Andhra Pradesh town involving construction of water
treatment plant, reservoirs, pumping stations, supply and laying of 27 km pipelines
on EPC basis with a project completion schedule of 15 months.