10 firms submitted bids for Delhi Metro’s Mukundpur Depot Upgradation

Mukundpur Depot

NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has received bids from ten companies for the remodelling and augmentation of Mukundpur Metro for Line 7 and Line 8 under Phase-4 of Delhi Metro. The names of the bidders are –

  • Ghaziabad Mechfab
  • Himcon Engineers
  • KBG Engineers
  • Lisha Engineers
  • Pioneer Fabricators
  • Pragati Construction Consultants
  • Quality Buildcon
  • SMS India
  • Som Projects

DMRC invited for this work in March this year with an estimated cost of INR 71.37 Crores with completion period of 30 months. The capacity of Mukundpur Depot will be augmented so that metro trains that will operate for extended sections of Line 7 and Line 8 under Phase-4 will be kept here for stabling and maintenance once these lines become operational.

Recently, DMRC invites tender to procure 48 metro trains for extended sections of Line 7, Line 8 and Aerocity – Tughlakabad Corridor under Phase-4 of Delhi Metro.

Brief Scope of Work under Package DC-27 – Civil Works for Remodeling & Augmentation of Mukundpur Metro Depot cum Workshop including design, fabrication, supply & erection of pre-fabricated steel roof structures, roof portals, purlins, sheeting etc. and water supply, sanitary installation, drainage & site development works at Mukundpur Depot for Line 7 & Line 8 of Delhi MRTS Phase IV Project.

Additional facilities that will be created for Line 7 includes –

  • Inspection Bays: 3
  • Workshop Bays: 1
  • Stabling Lines: 12
  • Test Track: 1

Additional facilities that will be created for Line 8 includes –

  • Inspection Bay: 2
  • Workshop Bays: 2
  • Stabling Lines: 13
  • Test Track: 1
  • Shunting Neck: 1
  • ETU: 1

The bids now will be sent for technical evaluation and then the financial bids will be opened for technically qualified bidders which will reveal the name of the lowest bidder and the most likely winner of this contract. The whole process will take another few months

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