Chennai, India (Urban Transport News): Bangalore Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has issued three contract orders for the construction of three elevated stretches of Phase 2 corridor of Bangalore Metro Rail Project to NCC Limited, totaling Rs 2,167 crore.
contract package 1 [Phase 2B/P2/69(a)]
order value: Rupee. 739.04 crore
stretch length: 11.003 km
Scope of work: Chainage Construction of elevated structures (viaducts and stations) of length 11.003 km (including 281,000 m viaduct beyond Phase 2A) from 0.000 m to 10072,000 m and eight elevated metro stations viz. Kasturi Nagar, Horamavu, HRBR Layout, Kalyan Nagar, HBR Layout, Nagavara, Veerannapalya and Kempapura, including 650.00 m link line connectivity to Baiyappanahalli, road widening, utility diversion and allied works of Bengaluru Metro Rail Project Phase-2B.
contract package 2 [Phase 2B/P2/69(b)]
order value: Rupee. 747.99 crore
stretch length: 11.678 km
Scope of work: Chainage Construction of elevated structures (viaducts and stations) of length 11.678 km from 10072.00 m to 21500.000 m and five elevated metro stations viz. Hebal, Kodigehalli, Jakkur Cross, Yelahanka and Bagalur Cross, consisting of 250 m pocket track, road widening, utility diversion and allied works of Bengaluru Metro Rail Project Phase-IIB.
contract package 3 [Phase 2B/P2/69(c)]
order value: Rs 680.21 crore
stretch length: 15.011 km
Scope of work: Chainage Construction of elevated structure (viaduct and station) of length 15.011 km from 21500.000m to 36511.000m and two elevated metro stations. Bettahalasuru and Doddajala, including road widening utility diversion and allied works of Bengaluru Metro Rail Project Phase-2B. This length includes about 718.18 meters cut and covered portion in front of Yelahanka Air Force Station.
NCC has to complete the above works within 24-27 months from the date of issue of Letter of Acceptance (LOA).
The tender notices for the above contract packages were issued by BMRCL in July 2020. Technical bids were opened in June 2021 and financial bids were opened in September 2021.
The 37 km airport line (Blue Line) of the Bangalore Metro Rail project will connect Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) with KR Puram.
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