Mumbai, Sep 30, 2014 02:02 PM IST
L&T Construction has bagged a Rs 631 crore order from the Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation to build 8.5 km of elevated viaducts and eight elevated stations in 24 months.
Lucknow will be the eighth city in India where L&T will execute a mass rail transit system after the Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, and Kochi metros and the Mumbai monorail. The order reaffirms L&T’s leadership position in augmenting capabilities for metro and monorail transit systems, the company said in a release.
L&T also said its power transmission and distribution business had bagged three major orders, including from ongoing jobs, worth Rs 792 crore.
Power Grid Corporation has contracted it for a transmission line between Lalitpur and Agra in Uttar Pradesh.
Himachal Pradesh Transmission Corporation has ordered a gas insulated switchgear substation at Lahal in Chamba district.
And the North Bihar Power Distribution Company had ordered a 33/11kV power distribution network for augmenting rural electricity infrastructure and household electrification in Muzaffarpur district.