Lanco Infratech (LITL) was originally incorporated on March 26, 1993 as Lanco Constructions. On November 24, 2000 the company’s name was changed to Lanco Infratech. The company is now involved in the business of construction, power, infrastructure, property and wind power. The company, through twenty-two subsidiaries has operations across a synergistic span of verticals. LITL's projects, operational and underway, are spread across India.
The company’s construction projects expertise covers power plants based on gas, coal, bio-mass, hydro and wind. Irrigation and water supply projects, including dams, tunnels, lift irrigation, sewerage schemes and marine works. Civil construction that include commercial and residential buildings, mass housing projects and townships, industrial structures, information technology parks, corporate offices, hospitals and more. Similarly, transportation engineering projects including roads, highways, bridges and flyovers.
The company has proficiency in power generation from conventional and non-conventional sources of energy. This includes including gas, coal, biomass, hydro and wind. Lanco provides engineering, procurement, construction, project management and commissioning services on a turnkey basis to the power. The completed list of power projects includes thermal, hydro and non conventional energy. Also, the company has executed many challenging infrastructure projects across India including Highways. Lanco has undertaken wind-turbine manufacturing and project development activities in India, Europe and the Americas.
This apart, the company’s property development has some of the finest mixed property townships and realty projects incorporating state of the art features and amenities.
LANCO, headquartered in Gurgaon close to New Delhi, has a pan India presence in strategic locations in 20 states in India and an expanding footprint in the emerging global markets. Currently, its international operations are located in Australia, China, Indonesia, Nepal, Singapore, Europe and the United States.
LANCO is a privileged member of the World Economic Forum and has been acknowledged as an elite member of the top 200 'Global Growth Companies'.
In 2010 Lanco Infratech won a contract from Mahagenco (Maharashtra State Power Generation Company). The contract is to supply equipments to Mahagenco power plant in the city of Nagpur which is in the state of Maharashtra.
In 2011 Lanco Infra forayed into Solar Business
The company has won the following awards:
IEEMA award for 'Excellence in Fast Track Commissioning of Small Hydro Projects' February 2009
PRSI Golden Jubilee Award for the “Most Impressive Public Relations Initiatives” August 2008.
Construction World NICMAR Awards 2007 for the Second Fastest Growing Construction Company (Medium Category) in India.
EPC-World Awards 2010 for 'Outstanding Contribution in the Power and Energy Sector (Generation).
Ranked first by the 8th Construction World Annual Awards 2010 in the category Fastest Growing Construction Company (Large).