HCC gets Rs 725 crore order

Tags: HCC, Industry
Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) has received orders worth Rs 725 crore to execute projects including one for construction of a 2.9 km bridge in Bihar.

"We have received well-diversified orders in terms of geographic and business spread. These reflect HCC's capability to cater to varied segments...," company President and Whole- time Director Arun Karambeklar said in a statement today.

The biggest chunk of the order worth Rs 433 crore is from Bihar Rajya Pul Nirman Nigam for construction of a bridge to be built over the Sone river connecting Daudnagar and Nasirganj in Aurangabad and Rohtas districts.

It has also bagged four other orders, valued at Rs 292 crore, in water, nuclear and industrial segments.

Orders in the water and nuclear segments are from Pune Municipal Corporation and Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, respectively.

The other two orders in the industrial segment are for doing the structural steel works for a domestic petrochemical company and for carrying out civil works in a captive power plant for an aluminium company.

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