SPML Infra Ltd has received two major new orders for drinking water supply worth Rs.812.49 crore from Rajasthan and Telangana.
The order of Rs.549.87 crore has been received from Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Department, Government of Telangana, for providing drinking water facility to the habitations in Manthani-Bhupalapally segment (under Karimnagar and Warrangal district), including operation and maintenance for 10 years. The project objective is to provide safe drinking water at household level up to kitchen at the defined and approved norms such that the people, especially women need not go to the streets for collection of water from public stand posts or from other facilities. The project is initiated under the scheme to provide safe, adequate, permanent, sustainable and secured drinking water supply system through the Telangana Drinking Water Supply Project for covering rural, urban and industrial areas by the year 2018 as per the National Rural Drinking Water Supply Guidelines. SPML Infra will be executing this project in joint venture with Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Ltd. The scope of work includes 32-MLD water treatment plant, 11370-KL ground level water reservoir, 1,400-KL overhead service reservoir, 1,341-km water supply pipeline of DI, MS, HDPE pipes of 65-900 mm diameters.
Another order of Rs.262.62 crore is received from PHED, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, for providing drinking water supply to 97 villages of Mallah, Deeg, Kumher, Kaman, Pahari, Nagar under Chambal Dholpur Bharatpur Project. The scope of work include installation of two pumping stations, construction of 14 overhead service reservoirs, four clear water reservoirs with combined capacity of 21,080 KL, 700 km of water pipeline of DI, MS, GRP and HDPE pipes of 63-1,000 mm diameters with 10 years of operation and maintenance.