Shriram, Mokul bag $230m Basra Contract

By John Lee.

A joint venture between the Indian companies Shriram EPC Limited (SEPC) and the Mokul Group has bagged an order worth $230 million for the supply and laying of basic sanitary systems in Basra.

Shriram EPC, which is part of Shriram Group, is an integrated design, engineering, procurement, construction and project management services for power plants, renewable energy projects, process and metallurgical plants and municipal service sector projects.

The scope of work entails engineering, supply and installation of a primary sanitary sewer system, storm sewer system and trunk sewer system with connected pumping stations and road works.

According to a report from Business Standard, Shriram will oversee the laying of approximately 240km of sewer pipe line, 160km of storm pipe line, and 8km of trunk sewer pipe line along with road works in the area. The project is scheduled for completion in 3 years.

Managing Director and CEO of Shriram EPC, T. Shivaraman (pictured), said that this is the company's first order in the Middle East.

(Source: Business Standard)

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