Consolidated Construction Consortium Limited (CCCL), engaged in providing integrated turnkey construction services, has bagged a Rs. 200-crore Goa Airport project from the Airports Authority of India.
Addressing presspersons here on Tuesday, R. Sarabeswar, Chairman and CEO said, CCL would be constructing the new terminal building at Civil Enclave, Goa.
The scope of work included civil, sanitary, plumbing, internal and external electrification, fire fighting system and CCTV. The project would be completed in 24 months, he said.
The company had already completed airport projects in Tiruchirapalli, Thiruvananthapuram, Mangalore and Dehradun. The development of Kamaraj Domestic Terminal Phase-II, expansion of existing Anna International Terminal and face-lifting of existing terminals in Chennai are under progress. Besides, the company is executing the airport project at Rajamundri (Andhra Pradesh).
The order backlog was Rs. 3,560 crore, Mr. Sarabeswar said.
The company was planning to carry out infrastructure projects in the power sector and working on solar power projects in Tuticorin (Tamil Nadu) and Gujarat. The capacity of each project would not be more than 10 MW, he said.