MUMBAI (Metro Rail News): Mumbai-based construction company, J Kumar Infraprojects on September 13, 2019, announced that it has received a Letter of Acceptance (LoA) from Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) for Rs 1998 crore work related to Mumbai Metro Rail Project which includes design and construction of elevated viaduct and nine elevated stations including two flyovers, underground twin tunnel, cut and cover, ramp and one underground station for corridor of Mumbai Metro Line 9.
The company, in a detailed statement, said that it has received Letter of Acceptance (LoA) from Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) for the contract of design and construction of Elevated Viaduct and Nine Elevated Stations. The LoA is excluding architectural finishes and PEB Roof Structure. Also, the stated LoA is including two flyovers and underground twin tunnel, Cut and Cover, Ramp and one Underground Station which includes Architectural Finishes and PEB Structures, for Corridor of Mumbai Metro Line 9 i.e. extension of Line 7 from Dahisar (East) to Mira Bhayandar and Andheri to CSIA of Mumbai Metro Rail Project of MMRDA for Rs. 1,998 crore.
The company boasts the order book of Rs. 10,372.4 crore as on FY19, which gives strong revenue visibility for the company in the long term.
J Kumar Infraprojects is engaged in construction business which includes design and construction of roads, bridges, flyovers, subways, over bridges, skywalks and railway terminus/stations, among others.