SPML Infra Ltd. receives new project order worth $105 million

Indian infrastructure development and water management company SPML Infra Limited has received a large bulk water supply project order worth Rs. 546.96 Crores (S$105 million). The new order has come from the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) for the following work:

The external funded Bengaluru Water Supply & Sewerage Project (Phase 3) for the work of supplying, fabrication, laying and jointing of 25.5 kilometres MS pipeline of 3000 mm diameters (with 30 mm external guniting and internal epoxy lining of 500 micron) for clear water transmission mains from Harohalli to Vajarahalli along with laying of uPVC conduit for fibre optic cable throughout the length of the MS pipeline on either side of the pipe and associated works. The project under the Cauvery Water Supply Scheme, Stage V has intent to supply an additional 775 MLD of water to Bengaluru city. The project is envisaged to be completed in 30 months.

Subhash Sethi, Chairman of SPML Infra Limited

Mr Subhash Sethi, chairman, SPML Infra Limited said, “We have executed a number of water projects for our esteemed client, BWSSB including bulk water supply and non-revenue-water management. We are very happy to receive this latest order in the domain of bulk water supply to provide reliable, sustainable and safe drinking water.  Keeping the people in mind, we will be able to deliver appropriate drinking water solutions to the millions of residents in Bengaluru. I firmly believe that our strong credentials in executing hundreds of water projects and prior experience of similar projects has helped us winning the highly competitive project. While executing projects, we ensure the client’s requirements are fulfilled without any compromise in terms of quality and design.

We firmly believe that with the government pushing for infrastructure development in order to achieve the $5 trillion (S$6.95 trillion) economy, there will be a good emphasis on water supply projects in the next few years and we will continue to focus on water projects for newer opportunities as per our growth plans on sustainable basis.”