Ramky Infra clinches Rs 582-cr orders

PTI Mumbai | Updated on June 07, 2011

Ramky Infrastructure, an integrated infrastructure, construction and development management company, has bagged work orders worth Rs 582.15 crore covering industrial, water and wastewater and building verticals from different parts of the country.

The company has bagged an order worth Rs 232.2 crore from Chhattisgarh Energy Consortium for the construction of concrete weir, spillway and appurtenant as well as hydro mechanical works for Mander-I and Mander-II of small hydro electric projects.

The company, a flagship of Ramky Group, has received an order for the construction of water distribution network and 33KV switchyards under Package-II of Nagaur lift project and operation and maintenance of the complete system from the Public Health Engineering Department at Ajmer in Rajasthan on a turnkey basis worth Rs 156.88 crore.

The Urban Improvement Trust at Kota in Rajasthan has awarded a Rs 150.42-crore contract for the construction of 130 MLD water supply scheme at left bank of river Chambal near Sakatpura on design, build and operate basis, according to a company release.

The company has also bagged an order worth 25.82 crore from Uttarakhand Peyjal Sansadhan Evam Vikas Nigam at Dehradun for the construction of high-tech sewage treatment plants based on sequential batch reactor technology, including operation and maintenance for five years under the Dehradun sewerage scheme JNNURM programme, it said.

Published on June 07, 2011

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