Bids invited for construction of Joka depot for Kolkata Metro Line 3

Anushka Khare Posted on: 2020-05-01 10:11:17 Viewer: 86 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Kolkata

Bids invited for construction of Joka depot for Kolkata Metro Line 3

Kolkata, India (Urban Transport News): The Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) invites bids from the civil contractors and M&P suppliers for the construction of Joka depot for Line 3 of the Kolkata Metro Rail project.

Scope of Work

Construction of PEB sheds, structures, buildings, P-way and utilities, general electrical works and supply, installation, and commissioning of machinery and plant for setting up of Metro Car Depot at Joka in connection with Joka-Esplanade Metro Line of Kolkata Metro Rail project.

Key Information

  • Notice Issue Date: 24th April 2020
  • Estimated Cost of Work: Rs 372.56 crore
  • Tender Document Cost: Rs 5,000.00
  • Availability of Tender Documents: 24th April 2020 to 23rd June 2020
  • End Date of Submission of Bids: 23rd June 2020 up to 1100 hrs
  • Opening of Technical Bids: 23rd June 2020 at 1130 hrs

Pre-bid Meeting and Contact Points

A pre-bid meeting is scheduled on 20th May 2020 at 1130 hrs in the RVNL headquarters, New Delhi.

  • Meeting Venue: Through video conference from Rail Vikas Nigam Limited, August Kranti Bhawan, BhikajiCama Place, New Delhi 110066, India.
  • Contact Point: Chief Project Manager/KOL-II, Rail Vikas Nigam Limited, 24, Deshpran Shasmal Road (Beside Tollygunge Railway Station), Kolkata-700033, India.

Tender documents can be downloaded from the RVNL's e-tendering portal.

Project information

As per the tender document, Joka Depot will be developed and consist of 12 stabling lines with a provision to build an additional 11 lines in the future, 2 inspection bays, 2 lifting bays, 2 workshop bays, one bogie shop, a turn-table, and an automatic coach washing plant. The depot will serve 14.215 km long Line-3 (Joka-Esplanade) of Kolkata Metro Rail project which is under construction since 2011. This line consists of a total of 14 metro stations mixed of elevated and underground. Out of 14.215 km, around 8.5 kilometres of the corridor will be elevated and the rest 6.32 kilometres will be underground. For more details, you can visit our Kolkata Metro section or subscribe to our premium membership plan.

  




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