The evolution of L&T into a major engineering and construction organisation is among the more remarkable success stories in Indian industry. It was founded in Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1938 by two Danish engineers, Henning Holck-Larsen and Soren Kristian Toubro. Beginning with the import of machinery from Europe, L&T took on engineering and construction assignments of increasing sophistication. Today, the company sets engineering benchmarks in terms of scale and complexity.

Record of Achievements :

  • » Technological support in the launch and tracking of Mangalyaan – India’s Mars Mission
  • » The prestigious Terminal 3 of New Delhi airport – constructed in a record 36 months
  • » India’s first monorail in Mumbai
  • » Building major infrastructure projects including ports and metro rail systems
  • » Technological support for Chandrayaan I – India’s maiden moon mission, and for INS
    Arihant – India’s first nuclear powered submarine
  • » The world’s largest coal gasifier made in India and exported to China
  • » The world’s biggest EO reactor for a petrochemical complex in the Gulf
  • » The world’s largest FCC regenerator for a refinery