Larsen & Toubro secures multi-order deal for healthcare construction in Kolkata

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Larsen & Toubro Construction’s Buildings & Factories (B&F) business has clinched multiple significant orders, including a substantial project for the Institute of Neurosciences Kolkata. This major development involves constructing a Medical College and Hospital Campus at Rajarhat, Kolkata, under a Design & Build Mode, with the project valued within the ‘Significant’ category, ranging between ₹1,000 to ₹2,500 crore.

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Expanding Healthcare Infrastructure

The upcoming campus will feature a 605-bed hospital and a medical college designed to accommodate 150 students annually. Additional facilities will include hostels for students, interns, nurses, and residents, covering a total built-up area of 1.21 million sq ft. The project is set to be executed in two phases over a 60-month period, encompassing civil structures, finishes, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) services, paramedical and external development works, including landscaping.

Larsen & Toubro secures a significant order to construct a medical college and hospital in Kolkata, marking a major expansion in healthcare infrastructure.

Larsen & Toubro secures a significant order to construct a medical college and hospital in Kolkata, marking a major expansion in healthcare infrastructure.

Strategic Growth and Execution

This project not only boosts L&T’s presence in the healthcare infrastructure sector but also aligns with their long-standing reputation for quality and customer-focused construction services. The addition of several add-on orders from existing jobs further solidifies L&T’s dominant position in the construction industry.

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Larsen & Toubro, a USD 27 billion enterprise, continues to lead in EPC Projects, Hi-Tech Manufacturing, and Services, maintaining leadership across its major business lines for over eight decades.

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