NOIDA (Metro Rail Information): Noida Metro Rail Company (NMRC) opened technical bids on Wednesday for the development of an elevated viaduct and 5 elevated stations for the 9.6 km lengthy extension of Aqua Line from Noida Sector 51 to Better Noida Sector 2 underneath Part-2 and this time, it obtained bids from three corporations that are –
- Ashoka Buildcon
- GR Infraprojects
- Sam India Builtwell
NMRC invited tenders for this work on thirty first Could this 12 months with approximate value of labor to be INR 563.04 Crores and completion interval of two years.
Tender Quantity: NMRC/Civil/NGNC/149/2021
Identify of Work: Half Design and Building of Elevated Viaduct and 5 elevated stations viz NOIDA SEC -122, NOIDA SEC-123, GR. NOIDA SEC-4, ECOTECH-12, GR. NOIDA SEC-2, (excluding Architectural ending Works and PEB works of stations) from Chainage 0.00 m to Chainage 9605 m of Noida -Better Noida Metro Rail Challenge.
This was the fourth time tenders are invited for this work with the earlier three cancelled attributable to an absence of in depth participation on this tender from the development corporations.
The Uttar Pradesh cupboard in December 2019 permitted the development of 14.95 km lengthy extension of Aqua Line from Noida Sector 51 to Data Park V in Better Noida with 9 stations on the route at an estimated value of INR 2,602 Crore.
The extension hall is to be in-built two phases. The primary part can be between Noida Sector 51 and Better Noida Sector 2 (9.6 km). There might be 5 stations within the first part, they’re Noida Sector 122, Noida Sector 123, Better Noida Sector 4, Eco Tech 12, and Better Noida Sector 2 for which this tender was reinvited whereas the second part can be between Better Noida Sector 2 and Data Park V (5.8 km) which can have 4 stations, they’re Better Noida Sector 3, Sector 10, Sector 12 and Data Park V.
Hope this time the tender course of culminate in awarding of this contract and subsequent initiation of civil building works, as this time NMRC has obtained bids from three companies.
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