NEW DELHI: Larsen and Toubro (L&T) on Friday said its consortium with Japan's Sojitz Corp has won a Rs 3,799 crore railroad contract.
The Transportation Infrastructure Business of L&T Construction has "won a noteworthy request worth Rs 3,799 crore from the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Ltd (DFCCIL)", the organization said in an announcement.
The request has been secured by a consortium of L&T Ltd and Sojitz Corp, Japan, it said, including that this plan and manufacture incorporated bundle includes the development of track works, overhead charge, footing substations and flagging and telecom works.
The venture is for twofold line charged tracks with 2×25 kV AC, skyscraper overhead catenary framework fit for working at a most extreme prepare speed of 100 Km/h, fromRewari to Dadri (128 Km).
Situated at the northern end of Western Corridor, it shapes a connection between the Eastern and Western Corridors.
"The Works will be completed amongst Rewari and Dadri (128 Km) through the locales of Rewari-Alwar-Mewat-Gurgaon-Palwal-Faridabad-GB Nagar in the conditions of Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh," the announcement said.
L&T will build 1,042 Km out of the aggregate 1,464 Km of track in the Western Corridor. "Likewise, L&T will energize the whole Western Corridor from Dadri to JNPT covering 1,464 course km with more than 3,330 track km of High Rise zap," it said.
The extent of work incorporates development of 315 Track Kms of Railway Line, 29 noteworthy and 240 minor extensions, a long Tunnel, 2 Traction Sub Stations (TSS), 321 track km of Overhead Equipment and Intermediate square flagging (IBS) at 5 Stations alongside supply of all related gear.
DFCCIL is a unique reason vehicle of the Indian Railways, commanded to manufacture devoted cargo passages.
This venture is subsidized by Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and is a piece of the western hallway proposed between Dadri (close Delhi) and Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (close Mumbai).