Bids invited for construction of elevated section of Patna Metro Rail project

Anushka Khare Posted on: 2020-09-21 20:53:00 Viewer: 1,502 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Patna

Bids invited for construction of elevated section of Patna Metro Rail project

Patna, India (Urban Transport News): Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) on 21st September 2020 issued another tender notice for the construction of the first elevated section of Corridor 1 of the Patna Metro Rail project (Phase 1).

Scope of Work

[Package PC-04]: 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.

Key Information

  • Tender Notice No.: PC-04
  • Issue Date: 21st September 2020
  • Estimated Tender Value: Rs 527.62 Crore
  • Tender Security Money: Rs 1 Crore
  • Work Completion Period: 36 months
  • Sale of Tender Documents: 21.09.2020 - 02.11.2020 (up to 1500 hrs)
  • Pre-bid Meeting: 6th October 2020 at 1100 hrs through video conferencing
  • Dates of Submission of Bids: 27.10.2020 - 02.11.2020 (up to 1500 hrs)
  • Opening of Technical Bids: 3rd November 2020 at 1500 hrs

Contact Point

Sr. General Manager/Contract, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, 5th Floor, A-Wing, Metro Bhawan, Fire Brigade Lane, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi –110001.

More information

The first contract package (PC-01) worth Rs 552.93 crore of the Patna Metro Rail Project is awarded to NCC Limited on 18th September 2020 and the second contract package (PC-02) worth Rs 143.35 crore is awarded to Quality Buildcon Pvt. Ltd.

This is the fourth contract package and the third contract package (PC-03) is already floated on 21st September 2020.

The 16.86 km long corridor 1 of Patna Metro will connect Danapur Cantonment to Khemni Chak through 14 stations.

For more details about the project, please explore the Patna Metro section of Urban Transport News.

  




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