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Tata Projects receives NPCIL order worth $321 mn

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on April 03, 2019 Published on April 03, 2019

 

Infrastructure company Tata Projects Limited has received a Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) order worth $321 million.

This 2x700 MW power plant order is the company’s third contract in the nuclear power sector and reinforces its leadership position.

The scope of work involves construction of main plant buildings, structures and other associated works of Gorakhpur Haryana Anu Vidyut Pariyojana-1&2.

Nuclear power sector is a highly technology intensive industry wherein execution expertise is an essential criterion. As nuclear power remains critical to fulfilling India’s long-term energy requirements – the need for timely completion of such projects meeting world-class quality criteria is a pre-requisite.

Satyanarayana K, COO, Industrial Systems, Tata Projects Ltd, said, “This order is a reflection of the high-quality work undertaken by Tata Projects over the years. Once completed, this project will provide much needed power supply to the region and ensure developmental initiatives receive an impetus. Tata Projects believes that nuclear projects provide a clean source of power thereby ensuring a more environment friendly future.”

Tata Projects strives to simplify complexity and create world-class projects on time by leveraging its understanding of technology, advanced construction practices and engineering expertise.

Based out of Hyderabad, Tata Projects is one of the fastest growing infrastructure companies in India with expertise in executing large and complex urban and industrial infrastructure projects.

It operates through its four Strategic Business Groups of Industrial Systems, Core Infra, Urban Infra and Services.

The company provides turnkey solutions to set up power generation plants, power transmission and distribution systems, fully integrated rail and metro systems among other areas.

Published on April 03, 2019
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