Mumbai: Construction firm Petron Civil Engineering has said that it has bagged an order worth Rs352 crore from Hindustan Petroleum Corporation-Mittal Energy joint venture (JV).
The total order stands at Rs600 crore and is meant for the Guru Govind Singh Refinery Project at Bhatinda (Punjab), a company statement said.
“With this contract we hope to continue our growth exponentially, towards achieving our goals of making the company a $1 billion company in the next three years,” Petron Civil Engineering Managing Director N.K. Taori said.
The contract work would include civil, structural, underground piping and pavements for units, it said.