SPML Infra has bagged contracts worth Rs. 250 crore from Haryana and West Bengal
SPML Infra has said that it has bagged fresh contracts worth Rs.250 crore from West Bengal, Haryana, and few other States towards distribution of power and transmission projects. The first order is from Murshidabad under Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Yojana towards infrastructure development and meeting rural electricity demands. The project is valued at Rs.107 crore to construct agricultural feeder separation work. The order is expected to complete in 24 months. The second order is valued at Rs.89.4 crore, which is allocated towards extending seven substations, including two units each at Malda and Maithon and one unit each at Durgapur, Jeypore, Rourkela, and Angul. The period allocated to complete the project is 20 months. The third order is valued at Rs.48.88 crore which is given by Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam. It entails design, build, test, supply and commission of a GIS substation at Faridabad in Haryana. The time frame allocated to complete the project is 18 months.
SPML Infra Limited is a public listed infrastructure development company that has managed and implemented over 600 projects across India on an EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction), PPP (Public Private Partnership) and BOOT (Build-Own- Operate-Transfer) basis.