BS TransComm bags orders worth over Rs 244 crores
BS TransComm Ltd, a leading turnkey service and technology solutions provider to Power and Telecom has received new orders in its Power division for EPC, Turnkey and tower supply contracts. The company has received an order for Engineering, procurement and Construction of a 765 KV Quad S/C Transmission line for Raichur Sholapur Transmission Company Ltd. The order is to be executed by July 2013.
It has also won orders from Chhattisgarh State Power Transmission Ltd for setting up of two substations of 132/33KV in Raipur. The scope of works includes Design, Supply, Erection, and Testing and Commissioning on a turnkey basis and the completion period for both the projects twelve months.
The Company also bagged an order from Power Grid in a domestic competitive bidding in a joint venture. The order is for supply of tower package for 765KV S/C Jaipur – Lakha ka Nangal Transmission line spanning 126kms which is associated with the Phase I Generation project in Orissa. The combined value of the orders amount to `244-cr.
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