K-RIDE issues first construction tender for Bengaluru Suburban Rail Project

Naomi Pandya Posted on: 2021-11-26 09:15:00 Viewer: 483 Comments: 0 Country: India City: Bengaluru

K-RIDE issues first construction tender for Bengaluru Suburban Rail Project

Bengaluru, India (Urban Transport News): Rail Infrastructure Development Company (Karnataka) Limited (K-RIDE) issued a global tender notice for the construction of 8.027 km elevated stretch from Benniganahalli to Chikkabanavara of Corridor - 2 of Bengaluru Suburban Railway Project (BSRP).

Scope of Work

Design and Construction of Elevated Viaduct of length 8.027 km (CH: -0.675 Km to -0.050 km & CH: 11.137km to 18.350 km) including ramps and formation in Embankments /Cuttings including Blanketing, Major Bridges, Minor Bridges, RUB, ROB, ROR, Retaining Wall, Sacrificial Retaining Wall and Drains, Utility Diversions of At-Grade section of length 17.551 Km (CH: -0.964 Km to Ch: -0.675 Km, CH: -0.050 Km to CH: 11.137km & CH: 18.350 Km to 24.425km) and other related Infrastructural Works from Benniganahalli to Chikkabanavara, excluding station buildings, of Corridor - 2 of Bengaluru Suburban Railway Project (BSRP).

Key Information

  • Tender Notice No. K-RIDE/BSRP/10/2021 
  • Issue Date: 23.11.2021
  • Estimated Cost of Work: NA
  • Work Completion Period: 27 months
  • Last date to submit bids: 10.01.2022 up to 15:00 hrs (IST).
  • Opening date of Technical Bids: 10.01.2022 at 15:30 hrs (IST).

Tender Documents can be downloaded from Karnataka Public Procurement Portal from 24.11.2021 at free of cost. K-RIDE is a joint venture of Government of Karnataka and Ministery of Railways (Govt. of India).

In first phase of 148.17-km Bengaluru Suburban Railway Project (BSRP), a total of three corridors - KSR Bengaluru-Devanahalli, Kengeri-Cantonment-Whitefield, and Heelalige-Rajanakunte will be launched for the public. The estimated cost of the project is Rs15,767 crores. The deadline is set for 2026.

For more details, please explore the Bengaluru Suburban Rail page of Urban Transport News.

  




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