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JSW Severfield Structures picks up £29m Indian deals

JSW Severfield Structures has won projects across India worth a combined £29m.

The joint venture was selected for schemes including two high rise towers for a commercial complex in Kerala; a large parking facility in Karnataka; two industrial projects in Maharashtra; and a technology building near Delhi.

Severfield and JSW Structures have a 50:50 stake in the JV, which they said was chosen for its design, fabrication and site erection capability.

Severfield chief executive Ian Lawson said: “JSW Severfield Structures, our Indian joint venture, continues to perform steadily and develop a strong pipeline of work from new clients. These contracts are reflective of our ability to provide clients with world class engineering and bespoke design services.”

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