Lakdhanavi is the largest independent power producer within the power sector of Sri Lanka and can lay claim to a host of other impressive achievements. A subsidiary of the prestigious LTL Holdings, Lakdhanavi is a dynamic player in the manufacturing, construction and service industry which spans the electrical, mechanical and civil engineering fields in Sri Lanka. The company is renowned as the Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractors (EPC) of major power projects, including Independent Power Producer (IPP) Power Generating Stations and Emergency Power Stations.
Since its inception in 1997 Lakdhanavi has become the premier EPC contractor and the largest IPP within the Sri Lankan power sector. The company, with its experienced and professional team of engineers, is fully equipped to handle the full scope of a project. From the design, to procurement, right through to the commissioning – every aspect is handled by Lakdhanavi. It has within a short span of a decade completed six power projects, including projects such as the 300 MW Cycle Power Plant in Kerawalapitiya.
Infra & Engineering (Pvt) Ltd, which is a subsidiary company of Lakdhanavi Limited is engaged in EPC and O&M operations overseas. The company focuses its attention in satisfying the demand of foreign clientele in developing power projects. The company is currently engaged in developing 114 MW HFO power plant in Feni Bangladesh
The financial specialists of the company have the reputation of excellence in integrated project financing and financial modeling services for large scale power projects. The high competency displayed by Lakdhanavi enables it to handle pivotal aspects of project identification and development with efficiency. These include:
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- Techno-economic feasibility studies
- Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) studies
- Site selection, soil investigations to verify surface and sub-surface ground and soil conditions
- Financial analysis, cash flow models and financing solutions for projects
- Facilitating the negotiation of project agreements