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PTI Chennai
Updated: 31-10-2018 18:08 IST

Engineering, procurement and

constructing major Shriram EPC Ltd has bagged orders worth Rs

236 crore from the Jharkhand government for a drinking water

project to be implemented over a period of 36 months.

The order involves laying of 700 kms of pipeline, setting

up of a 21.5 MLD water treatment plant, construction of

elevated service reservoir and providing 25,543 house service

connections in Jharkhand, the city-based company said in a

statement here Wednesday.

"This order win represents another big step forward for

the company as it increases the scale of its presence in

India", Shriram EPC Ltd., Managing Director and CEO, T

Shivaraman said.

The repeat order also strengthened the company's

position as "a leading engineering company in the water

management sector," he said adding it also demonstrated the

quality of operations and excellence of its team.

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