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L&T Construction seals large order from Bangalore Metro Rail Corp

PW Bureau

The project, valued in the range of Rs 2,500 to Rs 5,000 crore, is expected to be completed in 42 months New Delhi: Larsen & Toubro’s (L&T) heavy civil infrastructure business of its construction division secured an order in the range of Rs 2,500 to Rs 5,000 crore from the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd, the infrastructure giant said on Wednesday. L&T bagged the order for the design and construction of the phase - 2 works, it said, adding that the project is likely to be completed in 42 months. Construction of underground structures, 3 UG stations The project work comprises the construction of underground structures, both tunnels and stations, of around 2.76 km from Vellara Junction station to Shivajinagar station and three underground metro stations at Vellara Junction, MG Road and Shivajinagar on the Reach-6 line. "Heavy Civil Infrastructure Business of L&T Construction has secured orders from Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd for the design and construction of the phase - 2 works," L&T said in BSE filing.

"Heavy Civil Infrastructure Business of L&T Construction has secured orders from Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd for the design and construction of the phase - 2 works,"

The scope of work also includes the design and construction of underground structures of approximately 2.884 km from Shivajinagar Station to Tannery Road Station, with two underground metro stations at Cantonment and Pottery Town on the same metro rail line. L&T’s shares were trading 0.65 percent up at Rs 1,315.20 a piece on BSE. Earlier this week, L&T said the water and effluent treatment business of its construction division has bagged "major" projects in Tamil Nadu, Odisha and Jharkhand.