Power Mech Projects bags orders worth Rs 1,311.70 crore
The company also bagged other smaller orders
Power Mech Projects has bagged orders worth Rs 1,311.70 crore. The company has received letters of intent (LoI) and declared the lowest (L1) bidder for different projects.
The company bagged order from the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for four-laning of Channarayanapatna Bypass from 140.449 km to 149.596 km and Hassan Bypass from 175.935 km to 185.684 km. Also to provide grade separator structures, service road and other safety measures in Devihalli (108.486 km) to Hassan (185.684 km) section of NH-75 (old NH-48), on EPC basis in the state of Karnataka worth Rs. 555.13 crore. This is a JV between Power Mech Projects and SRC Infra in the ratio of Power Mech Projects with 60 percent and SRC infra with 40 percent respectively.
The widening and upgradation to two lane with paved shoulder configuration and geometric improvement from 298.000 km to 339.000 km on Aizawl-Tuipang Section of NH-54 in Mizoram (Package-7) worth Rs 446.40 crore from the National Highways Infrastructure Development Corporation (NHIDCL). This is a JV between Power Mech and SRC Infra in the ratio of 74 percent and SRC 26 percent respectively.
Material withdrawal/collection from store, pre-erection assembly, erection, alignment, welding, NDT ,bolting, fastening’ torque tightening of HSFG bolts, grouting, application of refractory, critical piping/power cycle piping including valves and hanger supports testing, touch-up painting, erection completion, pre-commissioning, commissioning, trial runs, PG test, handing over of SJVN, two x 600 MW Buxar TPP worth Rs 176.17 crore from LMB.
The company bagged order for balance doubling works (civil) between Bhimavaram and Veeravasaram stations of Bhimavaram-Narsapur section in connection with doubling of BVRM NS section on Vijayawada division of the South Central Railway in Andhra Pradesh worth Rs 35 crore from Rail Vikas Nigam (RVNL)
Yard modification works at MIM as per the revised ESP in connection with doubling of railway line between Gudivada-Machilipatnam stations of Vijayawada, worth Rs 32 crore from RVNL.
Balance miscellaneous civil works of earth work, blanketing bridges, drains in cuttings, LCs, etc between Pipraigaon and Orr yards including widening of formation of ASKN-Pipraigaon extension of FOB at Ashoknagar, passenger plaform and COP at Pipraigaon of SKN (1,049.575 km)-PIA (1,022.406 km) section (total 26.169 km) of Blna-Kota doubling Pkg-IIl work worth Rs 46 crore from RVNL.
O&M of ash handling plant of three x 660 MW Talwandi Sabo Power in Mansa, district Punjab, worth Rs 21 crore from Steag.