Saturday, March 5, 2011

Stainless Steel Pipes for Drinking Water System in Tamilnadu

The Tamil Nadu water supply and drainage (TW-AD) board has awarded work orders to India-based IVRCL Infrastructures & Projects Limited to lay stainless steel leak-proof pipes from Madam to Uthangarai in Tamil Nadu state, India.

The project, aimed at providing drinking water to 30 lakh people at a cost of INR19.28 billion ($428.8 million), commenced in 2009 after several delays. The current contract is Package II out of five packages planned for the project. IVRCL had also secured Package I of the project.

http://public.worldconstructionindustrynetwork.com/news/ivrcl_secures_70_million_pipeline_project_in_india_110303/

1 comment:

  1. Is there any effort made by the government agencies to study the cause of failures and choose the economical materials with the proper corrosion control measures?

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