Mumbai: Nagarjuna Construction Company on Monday said it has bagged five orders worth Rs583 crore from different vendors for construction related works.
The company has bagged a contract worth Rs238 crore from the director of Public Health Engineering, Kolkata for a water supply scheme, Nagarjuna Construction Company said in a filing to Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
The project is to be completed over a period of 15 months, the filing said.
The company has also gained an order worth Rs124 crore from Mahanadi Coal Fields Ltd for various construction works, including dumping and excavation, the filing added.
The order is to be completed over a period of three years, it said.
Further, the company has got a project worth Rs85 crore from the National Water Supply & Drainage Board, Sri Lanka for the construction of two water supply schemes over a period of 20 months, the filing said.
The company has bagged another order worth Rs78 crore from the Slum Rehabilitation Authority, Nagpur for construction of tenements over a period of 18 months, it said.
The company has bagged the fifth order worth Rs58 crore from SPL Realtors Private Ltd for the construction of a residential project in Bangalore over a period of 15 months.
Shares of Nagarjuna Construction Company were trading at Rs155.50 on BSE, down 0.58% from its previous close.