Chennai Metro to select General Consultant for Line 4 & 5 and part of Line 3 under Phase-2

Phase-2 of Chennai Metro comprises construction of three lines covering a total of 118.9 km to be built at a cost of INR 61,843 crores with all three corridors are expected to be operational by the year 2026.

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CHENNAI (Metro Rail News): CMRL invites online tender through E-procurement bids on Quality-Cost Based Selection (QCBS) for the NIT No- CMRL-P2-GC-02-2021- “Selection of General Consultant (GC) for Chennai Metro Rail Phase 2 Project – Corridor 4 and part of Corridor-3&5”.

Important Details

Tender Number – CMRL-P2-GC-02-2021

Name of Work – Selection of General Consultant (GC) for Chennai Metro Rail Phase 2 Project – Corridor 4 and part of Corridor-3 & 5.

Period of Work – 63 Months

Pre Bid Meeting Date – 16-Jun-2021 03:00 PM 

Document Download Start Date – 02-Jun-2021 09:00 AM

Document Download End Date – 14-Jul-2021 06:00 PM

Bid Submission Start Date – 01-Jul-2021 09:00 AM

Bid Submission End Date – 14-Jul-2021 06:00 PM

Bid Opening Date – 15-Jul-2021 06:00 PM

For more information and details on scope of work, tender documents can be downloaded by applicants from the CPP Portal – http://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app

Corridor-4 of Chennai Metro Rail Project under Phase-2 comprises construction of 26.1 km long corridor connecting Light House with Poonamallee with 28 stations on the route. The corridor will be both elevated and underground (18 elevated & 10 underground stations) with 16.03 km will be elevated while 10.07 km to be underground.

Phase-2 of Chennai Metro comprises construction of three lines covering a total of 118.9 km to be built at a cost of INR 61,843 crores with all three corridors are expected to be operational by the year 2026.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. CMRL authorities have pulled another tender against the one that was dropped. The whole set of clauses mentioned for the active tender feels favorable for 1 or 2 of the firms while the other participants are left at a serious disadvantage.
    The clauses for marking are tailored in such a way that only 1 consortium can bid & if any other dare to participate, cannot compete on technical marks.
    CMRL authorities should scrutinize the tender and establish a transparent evaluation.

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