Chennai Metro shortlists three bidders for General Consultancy service for Corridor 4

Naomi Pandya Posted on: 2021-02-08 08:22:00 Viewer: 2,785 Comments: 0 Country: India City: New Delhi

Chennai Metro shortlists three bidders for General Consultancy service for Corridor 4

Chennai, India (Urban Transport News): Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has shortlisted three bidders/consortiums after technical evaluation of their bids for general consultancy services for Corridor 4 of the Chennai Metro Rail project.

In response to the request for expression of interest for the selection of General Consultant (GC) for 26.09 km corridor - 4 of Chennai Metro Phase 2 Project, a total of nine firms/consortiums were submitted their bids.

Out of which, a total of seven firms//consortiums were invited to submit their bids and finally the following three bidders have been qualified for the contract conditions in the technical evaluation round which is completed last week:

  • A consortium of Louis Berger SAS, Geodata Engineering SpA and Hill International Inc
  • A consortium of AECOM Asia Company Ltd., SYSTRA and Consulting Engineers Group (CEG) Ltd.
  • A consortium of Egis Rail SA, MM SPA, Italferr SPA and Surbano Jurong Infrastructure Pte Ltd.

However, the following bidders/consortiums have been disqualified and debarred from the next round evaluation as they do not meet the terms of ROEI notified by Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) in January 2020 and the shortlisted firms were invited to submit their bids in November 2020.

  • A consortium of RITES Ltd, Nippon Koei India Pvt. Ltd, Nippon Koei Co. Ltd, Arup India Pvt. Ltd and Ove Arup & Partners International Ltd.
  • A consortium of DB Engineering & Consulting GmbH, Ayesa Ingeniería y Arquitectura, S.A.U, Korea Rail Network Authority and Dohwa Engineering Co. Ltd.
  • A consortium of TPF Getinsa Eurostudios S.L, Artelia SAS & Rodic Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
  • A consortium of RINA Consulting SPA and Yuksel Proje Uluslararasi A.S.

The consortium of Dar Al-Handasah Consultants (Shair and Partners) s.a.l. (DAR), Balaji Railroad Systems Pvt. Ltd. (BARSYL) and China Railway Eryuan Engineering Group Co. Ltd. (CREEC) and the consortium of AudingIntraesa SA Spain, Tata Consulting Engineers Limited, India and STUP Consultants Pvt. Ltd, India were not called to submit their bids.

According to the plan, the selection of General Consultants will be done on the Quality cum Cost Basis System (QCBS) method, with the winner scoring the highest points in Technical and Financial evaluation combined together. 

For more details, please explore the "Chennai Metro" page of Urban Transport News.

  




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