New Delhi: The buildings and factories business of L&T Construction, a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has bagged orders worth Rs. 4,033 crores. This was stated by the company in a BSE filing on Tuesday.
The company further stated in the filing that a government client has given the order for designing and construction of 1,125 residential towers of G+3 floors in Visakhapatnam, Prakasam, Guntur and Krishna districts in Andhra Pradesh.
A cement manufacturer has also given order to L&T Construction for constructing cement plants in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on design and build model. The company also told that it has been won another turnkey order in Patna, Bihar from a government client to establish a cancer institute along with the supply, installation and commissioning of medical equipment.
The shares of the company were trading at Rs. 1,331 apiece which were up by almost 1.3 per cent on BSE at around 12:30 PM on Tuesday.
Addressing the critical needs in the sectors like Hydrocarbon, Infrastructure, Power, Process Industries and Defence in more than 30 countries, L&T is one of the major technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services conglomerates.
The company is involved in core, high impact sectors of the economy and believes in ‘design to deliver’ with the integrated capabilities. The company has more than 7 decades of a strong, customer centric approach and a continuous pursuit for world-class quality. With such a rich experience, the company over a period of time has become expert across Technology, Engineering, Construction, Infrastructure Projects and Manufacturing. This has helped the company in being an unmatched leader in all the major lines of business.
The company believes in professionalism and high standards of corporate governance and the lines followed by company exhibit the same in every aspect of businesses.
The manufacturing footprint of the company have extended to eight countries as well as India. The company also has offices in many countries and the supply chain extends across the globe.