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India’s Larsen & Toubro wins Omani water infrastructure project worth $341mn

L&T Construction to construct 173km of pipelines for water transmission, 18 RCC water storage reservoirs and five pumping stations, as part of project in the Sultanate

Larsen & Toubro, the Indian engineering and construction contractor, has confirmed that it has secured a ‘significant order’ for the design and execution of a water infrastructure project in the Sultanate of Oman.

In a statement announcing the win, L&T Construction said the contract, which has been awarded to the group’s Water & Effluent Treatment business, is in the range of $136 million to $341 million. It added that the project was a repeat order from the Omani client, and that it had been secured under international competitive bidding.

The project is aimed at enhancing the second phase of Al Dhakhila Water Transmission System, the statement continued. The contractor’s scope of work will include the construction of 173km of pipelines for water transmission, with associated civil works, as well as the building of 18 RCC water storage reservoirs, five pumping stations with associated mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation works.

As a major company engaged in technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services, L&T operates in over 30 countries worldwide and boasts over $21 billion in revenue.

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