MAHSRC Corridor
MGM Contractors has emerged as the lowest bidder with a bid value of ₹549.67 crore for Package No. MAHSR-P-1(B) for the construction of 11 bridges including four PSC and seven steel truss bridges between Zaroli Village at Maharashtra-Gujarat Border and Vadodara in Gujarat on the 508-km long Mumbai–Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail Corridor, the National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited. The company is the lowest bidder in comparison to the bid values of ₹618.05 crore + 246 million Yen from KEC – SAM India JV and ₹677.77 crore from GRIL – GPT JV for works requiring a completion period of 3 years. The scope of work in the package included the construction of bridges for double line high-speed railway for 4 PSC bridges (GAD 9, 10, 11 & 1441) and 7 Steel Truss Bridges (GAD 68, 1134, 12, 61, 14, 15 & 62) [excluding fabrication and transportation of steel truss girders] between Zaroli Village at Maharashtra-Gujarat Border (MAHSR km. 156.600) and Vadodara (MAHSR km. 393.700), in Gujarat and the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail. All these 11 bridges correspond to the under-construction 237.1 km Package-C4 which runs from Zaroli Village at Maharashtra-Gujarat Border to the south of Vadodara. Contract for this package was awarded to Larsen & Toubro (L&T) as this is the longest section of the line with four stations at Vapi, Bilimora, Surat and Bharuch in Gujarat.