Systra MVA-led JV bags Design Consultancy Contract of Delhi-Alwar RRTS project

Anushka Khare Posted on: 2020-09-06 20:02:00 Viewer: 4,479 Comments: 0 Country: India City: New Delhi

Systra MVA-led JV bags Design Consultancy Contract of Delhi-Alwar RRTS project

New Delhi, India (Urban Transport News): The National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) on 1st September 2020 opened financial bids for the the Detailed Design Consultant (DDC) contract of 62 km stretch from Kherki Daula Toll Plaza to SNB (Shahjahanpur–Neemrana–Behrod) of Delhi-SNB-Alwar RRTS corridor.

As per the financial bid result, a consortium of SYSTRA MVA (India) and AECOM (India) has been emerged as the lowest bidder among other three contenders. The other participants were Egis Rail S.A., Yuksel Project International Inc. and RK Tyagi Constructions. However, RK Tyagi Constructions was found technically disqualified and their finacial bid were not opened by the tender commitee.

The scope of work includes Engagement of Detailed Design Consultant (DDC) for Civil, Architectural and E&M Works for the design of Seven elevated stations (Panchgaon, Bilaspur, Dharuhera, MBIR, Rewari, Bawal & SNB) , One Depot at Dharuhera, stabling lines at Manesar and elevated viaduct from Kherki daula Toll Plaza to SNB (62 Km) and detailed planning of proposed five underground stations for Sarai Kale Khan (SKK) – SNB RRTS Corridor.

Tender (No. DA/DD/COR-OF/017) was invited in January and technical bids were opened in June 2020. The bids were now sent for technical and finacial evaluation by the tender commitee. If found satisfied, then NCRTC will issue the letter of acceptance (LoA) to the firm to provide the detailed design consultancy services for the afforsaid seven stations which are proposed alongside the NH-48.

The consultant has to complete the work in three years of period.

The Delhi-SNB-Alwar RRTS corridor will cover a total distance of 106 kilometres from Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi to SNB (Shahjahanpur–Neemrana–Behrod) in Haryana. This RRTS line will further extended to Alwar in Rajasthan.

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