Co has received another order in Delhi from Delhi Metro Rail Corp for construction of Metro Rail depot
Construction firm Supreme Infrastructure today said it has bagged Rs 505 crore contracts in five states, including Rs 267 crore contract for building additional office complex for Supreme Court of India.
"The company has added orders worth Rs 505.25 crore. Central Public Works Department has awarded a contract of Rs 267 crore for construction of additional office complex for Supreme Court of India, New Delhi," the company said in a filing to the BSE.
The company has received another order in Delhi from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation for construction of Metro Rail depot cum workshop at Kalindi Kunj for MRTS project phase - III in which the company has 49 per cent stake, it said.
Besides, the company received four other contracts in Punjab, Rajasthan and West Bengal which included construction of a multi-storied residential building in Mohali at a cost of Rs 94.87 crore and construction of Rs 45 crore IT twin towers in Chandigarh from Janta Land Promoters.
The other two orders, the company said, pertained to construction of drainages at a cost of Rs 41.40 crore in Digha, West Bengal and two railway bridges at Jodhpur, Rajasthan at a cost of Rs 15.28 crore
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