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DMRC opened bids submitted for the construction of Patna Metro project

The Delhi Metro Rail Co (DMRC) has opened technicals bids submitted by an Indian company for the contract Package PC-01 & PC-02 of Patna Metro Rail project

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PATNA (Metro Rail News): The Delhi Metro Rail Co (DMRC) has opened technicals bids submitted by an Indian company for the contract Package PC-01 & PC-02 of Patna Metro Rail project.

On 11th of June, DMRC opened technical bids for the tender asked for a 6.107 km long section construction, connecting Mahahi Pakri to New ISBT, This is a section of 17.95 km long Corridor two of the Patna Metro project that will connect Patna Railway Station – New ISBT by 14 metro stations.

Bids submitted by five Indian firms for the construction of elevated viaducts & 5 stations which are – Malai Pakri, Khemni Chak, Bhoothnath, Zero Mile & New ISBT, for that tender was floated in the last week of Feb.

The firms, based on DMRC, the tender cost is Rs 514.924 cr:

  • NCC Limited
  • GR Infraprojects Limited
  • Dinesh Chandra R. Agrawal Infracon Private Limited
  • Sam (India) Builtwell Private Limited
  • SP Singla Constructions Private Limited

On 9 June 2020, bids were opened for the tender for Package PC-02 asked for the construction of the New ISBT Depot of Patna Metro project in April 2020.

Seven Indian firms, expected cost (Rs 172.18 crore) are:

  • URC Construction Private Limited
  • Sam (India) Builtwell Private Limited
  • Dinesh Chandra R. Agrawal Infracon Private Limited
  • Lisha Engineers Private Limited, Pinax Steel Industries Private Limited
  • Quality Buildcon Private Limited
  • YFC Projects Private Limited
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This New ISBT Depot will cover a distance of 31 km long Phase 1 network of the project including two corridors.

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