Mumbai: Supreme Infrastructure on Monday said it has bagged two orders worth Rs 212.30 crore in the buildings segment.
    
The BSE-listed firm has also been declared L1 (lowest bidder) by the MMRDA for the Rs 124-crore worth project of construction of flyovers at Rajnoli and at Mankoli junctions on the Thane-Nashik Road (NH 3), the company said in a statement here.
    
The first order worth Rs 71 crore is for construction of villas and premium apartments from the Gurgaon-based BPTP Group, which is expected to be executed by March 2014.
    
The second contract in the building segment is the Rs 141.30 crore project from the Ramprastha Group for construction and development of multi-storied towers in Gurgaon. The project involves construction of nine towers of 19 stories each and is expected to be executed by March 2014, the release said.
    
"Our efforts of expanding our reach in the Northern territory is starting to show positive signs. We have also won orders from our existing customers and it is a mark of the good quality work we continue to deliver for our clients," company's whole-time Director Vikas Sharma said.

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