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Tata and Balfour Beatty join forces for emerging markets

Indian engineering giant Tata Projects and UK contractor Balfour Beatty have today signed a memorandum of understanding to target emerging infrastructure opportunities.

Tata Projects, the infrastructure engineering and construction arm of the Tata Group and Balfour Beatty’s newly-formed Indian subsidiary Balfour Beatty India will target and pursue infrastructure work in India and sub Saharan Africa

The group will focus initially on power generation, transmission, railways, mining, and water and wastewater.

Balfour Beatty chief executive Ian Tyler said the firm already has a presence in India through its subsidiary consultant Parsons Brinckerhoff, and believes the new market will be of “high potential”.

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