IVRCL bags civil work contract for Calicut international airport

The power, building and transportation divisions of IVRCL Ltd have bagged orders worth Rs

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550.56 crore, including the civil work of Calicut airport.

The power division secured orders worth Rs 394.36 crore from Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited, Lucknow, on "turnkey" basis under the Centre's Rajiv Gandhi Gramin Vidyutikaran Yojna Phase-II, IVRCL said in a release today.

It was awarded construction of new international arrival block, internal modification of existing international passengers terminal building and associated works at Calicut International Airport by Airports Authority of India, the infra major further said.

The value of work is Rs 83.85 crore and the completion period is 20 months.

"The company also secured order for major bridge work and other related works between Indiranagar station and Surbarai in connection with doubling of Viramgam-Samakhiali BG section of Western Railway. The completion period is 18 months," IVRCL added.

Shares of IVRCL were quoted at 14.55 apiece, up 1.39 per cent, on BSE during the afternoon trade.

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