Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor: Nine bidders in the fray for Rs 500 crore Indian Railways project
Nine corporations, as well as infrastructure major KEC International, Patel Infrastructure, and SCC-VRS (JV), have bid to undertake preparative works for the Sabarmati maintenance depot of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail passageway (package C-8).
The project price is calculable to be around Rs 500 crore.
The National High Speed Rail Corporation invited bids for preparative works on October 22, last year. The technical bids were opened on Friday, and 9 bidders participated within the method. alternative bidders embrace URC Construction, M S Khurana Engineering, Ranjit Buildcon, ISGEC significant Engineering, and Dineshchandra R Agrawal Infracon.
The next stage would be analysis of the submitted technical bids, before gap money bids for the flourishing technical bidders. The Sabarmati maintenance depot are going to be the most important of the 3 depots planned for the MAHSR passageway. the opposite 2 are going to be in Surat and Thane.
This tender includes road works, sewerage and voidance works, earthwork, construction of reservoirs for storage of top rain and stormwater, underground storage tanks, sheds for parking of the overall examination train, and examination cars for tracks and alternative civil works. The depot are going to be contact close to eighty-four hectares and can be utilized for examination, maintenance, cleaning, and parking of MAHSR trainsets. it’ll additionally house trainset laundry facilities.