Patna, India (Urban Transport News): A total of 4 construction firms have submitted their bids for the construction of an 8 km long elevated stretch of the Patna Metro Rail project under contract package PC-04. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) opened technical bids on 20th November 2020 to reveal the names of bidders.
According to the information shared by DMRC, the following four firms have submitted their bids against contract package PC-04 of the Patna Metro Rail project.
The revised tender was invited in September 2020 by DMRC with the estimated cost of Rs 527.62 crore. The scope of work includes Part Design and Construction of Elevated Viaduct, elevated ramp at Mithapur & Patliputra and seven stations viz Danapur, Saguna More, RPS More, Patliputra, Mithapur, Ramkrishna Nagar & Jaganpura Station (Excluding Architectural Finishing & PEB works) in Corridor-1 of Phase-I of Patna Metro Rail Project.
Earlier on 17th November 2020, DMRC had revealed names of six bidders who have submitted their bids for the electrification contract package PE-01. The names of bidders are:
The tender of contract package PE-01 was invited in September 2020 with an estimate of Rs 116.74 crore for Design, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Receiving cum Traction (RSS + TSS) and Auxiliary Main Substation (ASS) including High Voltage Cabling from Grid Substation for Patna Metro Rail Project.
All bids now sent for technical evaluation which can take a couple of weeks to complete and after that financial bids will be opened to reveal the lowest bidder.
For more details, please explore the Patna Metro page of Urban Transport News.