L&T bags CPWD contract for Common Central Secretariat buildings


Larsen & Toubro (L&T) said that its construction division — L&T Construction has bagged an order in the range of INR 2,500-5,000 crores to build Common Central Secretariat Integrated Buildings 1, 2, and 3 in New Delhi.

The contract was given by the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) to LET- Construction’s buildings and factories business.

The three buildings will be constructed at Plot 137 and have a built-up area of around 48.11 lakh sft.

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Larsen & Toubro said that the contract includes operations and maintenance as well.

The three buildings of the Common Central Secretariat will have a ground floor, upper ground floor, and six storeys with a couple of basements.

L&T bags CPWD contract for Common Central Secretariat buildings

L&T bags CPWD contract for Common Central Secretariat buildings. Photo courtesy of Batmaniacs/Wikimedia Commons.

This project calls for the construction of cubicles, cabins, and open work halls. The scope of work also covers demolition, civil works, external development, finishes, furniture, associated mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) works and operations and maintenance for a period of five years.

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The project is slated to be wrapped up in 24 months.

S. N. Subrahmanyan — CEO and MD of Larsen & Toubro said: “This project will be one of its kind, in terms of sheer scale of work to be executed within stringent timelines with highest safety and quality standards.

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“It is also of strategic importance for it will realize the Honourable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi’s dream of strengthening governance infrastructure by building new facilities for India’s Parliament, an efficient and sustainable Central Secretariat to house all the ministries of the Government of India.”

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