Hyderabad Airport Metro Project Invites Global Tenders for EPC Contractor Selection

Comprehensive open tender for the ₹5,688 crore project announces the search for an EPC contractor to design and construct the 31-km metro line.

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Hyderabad Metro / Representational Image
Hyderabad Metro / Representational Image

HYDERABAD (Metro Rail News):  Global tenders have been invited by Hyderabad Airport Metro Limited (HAML), to select an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor for the ambitious Hyderabad Airport Metro project. The project, with an estimated cost of ₹5,688 crore, aims to enhance connectivity and facilitate efficient transportation in the region.

Aiming to cover a comprehensive range of works, the tender has an estimated contract value of ₹5,688 crore for the design and construction of the project.

The development of civil constructions such as elevated viaducts, underground structures, stations, rail construction, and electrical and mechanical works are all included in the scope. The contract also includes automatic fare collecting (AFC) gates, electric traction and power supply, signalling, telecommunications, and train control systems, as well as the procurement and commissioning of rolling equipment.

The development of civil constructions such as elevated viaducts, underground structures, stations, rail construction, and electrical and mechanical works are all included in the scope. The contract also includes automatic fare collecting (AFC) gates, electric traction and power supply, signalling, telecommunications, and train control systems, as well as the procurement and commissioning of rolling equipment.

N.V.S. Reddy, the Managing Director of HAML, highlighted the progress made in preliminary works such as land survey, peg marking, and alignment fixation. The ongoing soil testing is also being conducted in full swing. As per the updated survey and alignment fixation, the 31-km corridor between Raidurg metro station and GMR International Airport terminal station will consist of an elevated portion spanning 29.3 km and an underground portion spanning 1.7 km.

The metro project is designed to include nine stations, including an underground metro station adjacent to the airport terminal. Moreover, provisions have been made for incorporating four additional stations.

This strategic decision considers the extensive development of commercial and residential skyscrapers along the airport metro line alignment.

Furthermore, it aligns with Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s vision of facilitating cost-effective accommodation on the outskirts and enabling reverse commutes to workplaces in the city through the Airport Metro line.

The last date for bid submission is set for July 5, and the detailed tender documents will be available for potential bidders on the Telangana government’s e-portal.

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