Hyderabad-based Ramky Infrastructure Limited, an integrated infrastructure development and management company, has bagged orders aggregating Rs 1,248.95 crore from across the states under the roads, industrial, water and waste water verticals.
The company has bagged a project from HSCC (India) Limited for strengthening and upgradation of a general hospital at Naharlagun in Arunachal Pradesh for a value of Rs 99.42 crore. Another Rs 92.59-crore project has been awarded by the Arunachal Pradesh government for two-laning (25 km) of highway.
Other orders include a Rs 109.38-crore project from NTPC Limited for civil works, a Rs 98.60-crore project from Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board to design, build, operate and construct the Kadana dam-based bulk pipeline scheme of Dahod city, and a Rs 152.69-crore project from the West Bengal irrigation and waterways department for reconstruction and improvement of suburban areas in North and South 24-Parganas.
In Madhya Pradesh, the company has bagged four projects – a Rs 131.43-crore contract from Narmada Valley Development Authority (NVDA) for execution of the Nagod (Satna) branch canal on a turnkey basis, a Rs 123.08-crore project from NVDA for execution of the Rewa canal, a Rs 83.77-crore project from MP Pashcim Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Co Limited for supply of material, survey, installation, testing and commissioning of new KV lines.
Ramky has also bagged a Rs 87.18-crore project from Madhya Pradesh Road Development Corporation Limited for widening, maintaining and operating of Jabalpur-Patan-Shahpura road on a toll and annuity basis for a value of Rs 87.18 crore.