NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) now invites online open e-tenders from eligible Bidders for the construction of twin tunnel, underground ramp and six underground stations Including architectural finishing and other works of stations on Janakpuri West to R.K. Ashram Corridor (Line-8 Ext.) of Phase-IV of Delhi Metro.
Contract No. – DC-05
Name of Work – Design & Construction of Twin Tunnel by shield TBM, Tunnel by Cut & Cover, Underground ramp at Derawal Nagar and Six underground stations viz. Derawal Nagar, Ghanta Ghar, Pulbangash, Sadar Bazar, Nabi Karim & Ramakrishna Ashram Marg Including Architectural Finishing, Water supply, Sanitary installation, Drainage works of stations on Janakpuri West to R.K. Ashram Corridor (Line-8 Ext.) of Phase-IV of Delhi MRTS.
Completion period of the Work – 42 Months
Sale of Bidding Documents – From 10.06.2021 to 28.07.2021
Pre-Bid Meeting – 1100 hrs on 26.06.2021
Deadline for Bid Submission – 1500 hrs on 28.07.2021
Technical Bid Opening Date – 1500 hrs on 29.07.2021
For more information and detailed scope of work, applicants can download documents from e-tendering website – https://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app.
The President of India has received a loan for an amount of JPY 119,978 Million from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) towards the cost of Delhi Mass Rapid Transit System Project (Phase 4). It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the Contract DC-05, as per the tender inviting notice.
Under Phase-4 of Delhi Metro, total 6 lines having length of 104 km will be constructed. Out of these 6 lines, Central Government has given approval to 3 lines having total length of 65 km. These 3 lines are Magenta Line (Line-8 extension) from Janakpuri West – R.K. Ashram (28.92 km) with 22 stations, Silver Line fromAerocity – Tughlakabad (23.6 km) with 15 stations and Pink Line fromMukundpur – Maujpur (12.58 km) with 8 stations.
This Janakpuri West – R.K. Ashram Line for which this tender is invited is expected to become operational by June, 2024. This corridor will have elevated section of 21.18 km and underground section of 7.74 km.