Chennai, India (Urban Transport News): Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) opened the financial bids for the underground contract packages UG-01 and UG-02 of Corridor 4 (Power House Ramp – Light House) of Chennai Metro Rail Project Phase 2 on November 25, 2021.
As per the declared result, ITD Cementation India Limited emerged as the lowest bidder (L1) in both the contract packages. The package-wise financial position of each bidder is as under:-
Scope of work: Construction of Underground Stations at Light House, Kachari Road, Alwarpet, Bharathidasan Road, including Underground Stabilizing Yard and Cross Over at Light House Station and its attached Twin Tunnels, Corridor Chainage 0+001m to End Chainage 5+150m (Down Line) Project Starts 4 of Chennai Metro Rail Project Phase 2.
Overall Tunnel Length: 5.15 km
- ITD Cementation India Limited: Rs 1,905.91 crore (L1)
- GÜLERMAK Heavy Industry Construction & Contracting Inc.: Rs 2,006.26 crore (L2)
- J Kumar Infraprojects – Patel Infra JV: Rs 2,089.33 crores (L3)
- Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T): Rs 2,178.00 crore (L4)
- Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Company (STEC): Rs 2,898.84 crore (L5)
Scope of work: Boat Club including Underground Crossover at Panagal Park Station, Construction of Underground Stations at Nandanam, Panagal Park, Kodambakkam, Kodambakkam Flyover and associated Twin Tunnel, Cut & Cover Box, U Section and Ramp Project starting from 5+150m to Chainage 10+ Is. 0.27m (Down Line) of Corridor 4 of Chennai Metro Rail Project Phase 2.
Overall Tunnel Length: 4.877 km
- ITD Cementation India Limited: Rs 1,856.14 crore (L1)
- GÜLERMAK Heavy Industry Construction & Contracting Inc.: Rs 1,956.57 crore (L2)
- Doğuş Construction & Trading Inc.: Rs 2,281.10 crore (L3)
- Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T): Rs 2,376.00.00 crore (L4)
- Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Company (STEC): Rs 2,424.98 crore (L5)
The tenders for the above contract packages were floated in February 2021. The technical bids were opened in August. Bids have now been sent for evaluation. These contract packages will be financed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
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