MMRDA awards Rs.25,500 cr metro contracts

    MMRDA awards Rs.25,500 cr metro contracts
    As many as seven infra builders out of the ten, who submitted bids for Mumbai Metro’s two elevated corridors — Metro Line 2B and Metro Line 4, have bagged contracts, industry sources said. Four packages were up for bidding in the DN Nagar-Bandra-Mankhurd Metro-2B corridor and there were five packages of Wadala-Ghatkopar-Mulund-Thane-Kasarvadavali Metro Line-4 corridor. The contract winners included Reliance Infrastructure and L&T, who bagged two packages each. Reliance Infra participated in the bidding in joint venture with Italy-based Rizzani de Eccher S.p.A (RdE) and the contracts won by each company is in the range of Rs.1,200-1,400 crore. The remaining five packages were won by NCC Infra, Simplex Infrastructures, JMC Projects, TPL-CHEC (a joint venture between Tata Projects and China Harbour Engineering Company), and Mumbai-based J Kumar Infra projects. The joint venture won the Mumbai Metro Line-4 package CA12 for 6 km corridor from Kapurbawdi to Kasarvadavali with 6 elevated stations valued at around Rs.675 crore. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has estimated the total cost of Metro Line 2B at Rs.10,980 crore and of Metro Line 4 at around Rs.14,500 crore. The construction of the elevated viaduct and stations has to be completed within 30 months for both the corridors.
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