Jaiprakash Associates gets Rs 2,079 cr orders from Bhutan

New Delhi: Jaiprakash Associates today said it has bagged two contracts worth Rs 2,079 crore from Bhutan.

The contracts have been awarded by Punatsangchhu-II Hydroelectric Project Authority, Bhutan, the firm said in a regulatory filing.

The orders are related to construction of 990MW Punatsangchhu II Hydro- Electric Project - which is being jointly developed by the Bhutan and Indian governments.


According to the filing, a Rs 1,224 crore- order is for diversion tunnel, dam intake and desilting arrangement, including hydro-mechanical works and highway tunnel.

Another contract is for head race tunnel from "surge shaft end, surge shaft, butterfly valve, chamber, pressure shafts, power house and tailrace tunnel including hydro-mechanical works" worth Rs 855 crore.


Updated Date: Dec 20, 2014 04:32 AM

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