Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) has been awarded a prestigious BARC contract worth Rs 942.58 crore for constructing the first phase of Integrated Nuclear Recycle Plant of BARC.
The project is located at coastal town of Tarapur, 130 Kms. north of Mumbai, where BARC has an Integrated Nuclear Recycle Plant (INRP) to process spent fuels from existing nuclear power plants. This project is part of the first phase of new INRP being built to process spent fuel from upcoming nuclear power plants including Haryana, RAPP 78, Kakrapara and future PHWRs.
The scope of work includes construction of fuel processing plant, lab buildings, disposable material block along with in situ fabricated stainless steel tanks liners and electromechanical works.
Commenting on new order win, Mr. Arun Karambelkar, President CEO- EC, HCC Ltd. said We are happy to receive this contract for building an Integrated Nuclear Recycle Plant at Tarapore. Construction of nuclear facilities has undergone substantial advancement in last five decades and HCC has ably partnered Indian nuclear establishments in this process of technological evolution. With our well experience team, we are confident of delivering this job with precision in quality, safety and state-of-the-art technology.
HCC has constructed 15 out of 24 nuclear reactors in India which is 65% of India nuclear power capacity. The company is currently constructing two more reactors at RAPP, Kota.
HCC is a business group of global scale developing and building responsible infrastructure through next practices. With an engineering heritage of nearly 100 years, HCC has executed a majority of Indias landmark infrastructure projects, having constructed 28% of Indias Hydel Power generation and over 65% of Indias Nuclear Power generation capacities, over 3,600 lane km of Expressways and Highways, more than 300 km of complex Tunneling and over 356 Bridges. Today, HCC Ltd. serves the infrastructure sectors of Transportation, Power and Water. HCC is also developing Lavasa City, a planned hill city and one of India largest urban development and management initiatives. The HCC Group, with a group turnover of Rs 10,353 crore, comprises of HCC Ltd, HCC Infrastructure Co. Ltd, Lavasa Corporation Ltd and Steiner AG in Switzerland.
For more information, please visitwww.hccindia.com