L&T Construction today said it has bagged orders worth Rs 2,080 crore across various business segments during February and March. The buildings and factories division has secured orders worth Rs 1,385 crore for the construction of residential towers in cities of North India, the company said in a statement issued here. Its power transmission and distribution segment has bagged new orders worth Rs 585 crore.
This includes those for electrical and mechanical work for seven underground stations and associated tunnel sections of North-South and East-West corridors of Bangalore Metrorail Corporation Phase-I. It will construct a 400 kV double circuit (quad) transmission line between KurukshetraJalandhar and a 400 kV double circuit (triple) transmission line for at Kurukshetra for Power Grid Corporation.
The company has also bagged an order from Transmission Corporation of Andhra Pradesh for laying a 220 kV underground cable between Malkaram and Ghanapur substation to Moulali substation. Further, L&T Construction has secured additional orders worth Rs 110 crore from various ongoing projects across water and solar and infrastructure segments, it said.