IRCON International won Chennai Metro’s Line-4 contract worth Rs. 337 CR.

The deadline of this project is 4.4 years

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IRCON International won Chennai Metro’s Line-4 contract worth Rs. 337 CR.
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CHENNAI, INDIA (Metro Rail News): IRCON International emerged as the lowest contender to supply and install standard gauge tracks for Chennai Metro’s 26.09 km Line-4, connecting Light House – Poonamallee Bypass through 30 stations.

The scope of this project includes track installation work at the 16 km under construction elevated section (Poonamallee Bypass – Powerhouse Ramp), 10 km underground section where ITD Cementation is the lowest bidder, and inside Poonamallee Depot, which was awarded for construction to Altis – VCL JV in October 2021.

Chennai Metro Rail Ltd (CMRL) invited tenders for this systems contract in May 2021 with a 1610-day (4.4 years) completion deadline and an unknown estimate. Technical bids were opened in October to reveal four bidders.

Let’s have a look at Financial Bids Value

ContendersAmount (Rs. Crore)
IRCON International337
Texmaco – KEC JV402
Larsen & Toubro (L&T)404
Alstom Transport India470

Package: C4-TRK-01

Project’s Scope: Supply, installation, testing and commissioning standard gauge trackwork, including all associated works in Underground and Elevated sections between Light House Station and Poonamalle Bypass Station and Poonamalle Depot in Corridor-4 of Chennai Metro Rail Project- Phase-2.

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