Over a decade of sustainability practices and reporting has seen L&T post encouraging results across each of the triple bottom-lines - economic, environmental and social. Our Sustainability Report has been replaced by an Integrated Report which tracks the sustainability performance of the organisation and its interconnectedness with the financial performance, showcasing how L&T is adding value to its stakeholders.



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Financial Performance for the Quarter ended June 30, 2022

26 Jul 2022

Mumbai, July 26, 2022: Larsen & Toubro achieved Consolidated Revenues of ₹ 35,853 crore for the quarter ended June 30, 2022 recording a y-o-y growth of 22% with strong execution witnessed in the Infrastructure Segment and riding on the sustaining growth momentum in the IT&TS portfolio.

L&T dispatches Special Construction Equipment to Border Roads Organisation for strategic needs

11 August 2022

Mumbai, August 11, 2022: L&T Construction Equipment Limited (LTCEL), a 100% subsidiary of L&T, has dispatched the first batch of 25 special variant Wheel Loaders that are suitable for operation in harsh terrains – high altitudes and extreme weather conditions to the Border Roads Organisation (BRO), an organisation engaged in serving strategic requirements of the nation.

L&T Construction awarded (Significant*) contract for its Heavy Civil Infrastructure Business

10 August 2022

Will build Natural Draught Cooling towers for the Rawatbhata Atomic Power Project Mumbai, Aug 10, 2022: The Construction arm of L&T has secured a significant order from Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) for its Heavy Civil Infrastructure (HCI) Business to build natural draught cooling towers and a cooling water pump house for the Rawatbhata atomic power project -7 &8.

L&T’s Mumbai Coastal Road Project sets a world record in Tunnel Boring

03 August 2022

Mumbai, August 3, 2022: Larsen & Toubro, an Indian multinational engaged in EPC Projects, Hi-Tech Manufacturing and Services, today announced that their 12.19 m dia Slurry TBM (Tunnel Boring Machine), named ‘Mavala’, had achieved a world record for monthly lengths by excavating 456.72 m at the prestigious Mumbai Coastal Road Project, Package 4.

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