Four Firms Compete for Kasheli Depot Construction Project of MMRDA

In October 2022, MMRDA put out a tender for the construction of a 690m long test track, an SBL with 30 lines, a WSL area with three lines, an IBL area with four lines, and other administrative buildings with a 36-month completion deadline and an Rs. 472.02 crore estimate.

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Mumbai-Metro/Representational Image
Mumbai-Metro/Representational Image

MUMBAI (Metro Rail News): On 13th January, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) opened technical bids concerning the civil construction of Mumbai Metro Orange Line (Line-5) ‘s Kasheli Depot (Package CA-151). Four different construction firms have put forth their bids for the project, which is slated to be located on a 27.13-hectare land parcel south of the Kasheli metro station that Afcons Infrastructure is currently developing in northeast Mumbai.

In October 2022, MMRDA put out a tender for the construction of a 690m long test track, an SBL with 30 lines, a WSL area with three lines, an IBL area with four lines, and other administrative buildings with a 36-month completion deadline and an Rs. 472.02 crore estimate.

Bidders are :

  • Montecarlo Ltd.
  • NCC Ltd.
  • Rithwik Projects Pvt. Ltd.
  • Vishwa Samudra Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

Package: CA-151

The brief Scope of the projects is the Construction of Depot Infrastructures comprising a Stabling Yard, Operation Control Centre and Administrative building, Maintenance and workshop buildings, Auxiliary substation, Finishing, Plumbing, Earthworks for land development, Compound wall, Road, Approach Bridge and Underground Utility Duct Works, Drainage, Rain Water Harvesting, Staff Quarters etc. Complete Including Architectural Finishing works and PEB Works for the Car Depot at Kasheli for Metro Line-5 of the Mumbai Metro Rail Project of MMRDA.

After the technical evaluation of the bids, which can take a couple of months to complete, the financial bids of the technically qualified bidders will be revealed to determine the lowest bidder and probable contractor. Initially, the line’s depot was set to be constructed in Kon Village. However, the MMRDA needed help in acquiring land. Mangroves surround the new site, and the MMRDA published a tender notice last week to appoint a consultant to assist in obtaining Forest Clearance approval.

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