The projects range from towers in Kerala to a parking facility in Karnataka

Ian Lawson

Structural steel specialist Severfield has reported that its joint venture with JSW Steel in India has won contracts worth a combined £29m.

The contracts include two towers for a commercial complex in Kerala, a technology building near Delhi, two industrial projects in Maharashtra and a parking facility in Karnataka.

Ian Lawson, chief executive at Severfield, said: “JSW Severfield Structures Ltd, 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.”