NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has recently opened financial bids for two contracts of Patna Metro in which Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. (JSPL) and Tuaman Engineering Limited emerged as lowest bidders. Details of both contracts is given below –
This contract is related to supply and commissioning of electrical & mechanical systems including Fire detection, Fire suppression system and DG sets for Corridor-1 and Corridor-2 Elevated stations and Depot of Patna Metro Rail Project.
Bids invited for this contract by DMRC in December 2020 with an estimated cost of INR 90.82 Crores and completion period of 36 months. Technical bids were opened in February which revealed name of nine bidders. Later, 4 bidders disqualified at technical evaluation stage and the financial bid values of the remaining five technically qualified bidders are given below –
- Tuaman Engineering – INR 82.65 Crores
- ETA Engineering – INR 92.62 Crores
- Sudhir Power Projects – INR 94.31 Crores
- Jakson – INR 97.45 Crores
- Blue Star – INR 97.83 Crores
Name of Work: Design Verification, Detail Engineering, Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of Electrical and Mechanical systems, Fire detection, Fire suppression system and DG sets of Corridor-1 and Corridor-2 Elevated stations and Depot of Patna Metro Rail Project.
As the bid value of Tuaman Engineering is well below DMRC estimated cost, it is likely that DMRC will award this contract Tuaman Engineering in the coming weeks.
This contract is for supply of 1200 MT of Class A 880 Grade Rails for New ISBT Depot of Patna Metro. Bids invited for this work in December 2020 with an estimated cost of INR 7.65 Crores and completion period of 12 months.
Technical bids opened in March in which Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL) was the only bidder and as a single bidder quoted financial bid value of INR 8.91 Crores.
Name of Work – Manufacturing and Supply of 1200 MT 90 UTS, UIC 60, 13 m, Class A 880 Grade Rails, IRS-T-12-2009 for New ISBT Patna Depot of Patna Metro Rail Project of PMRCL.
As the bid value of Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL) is slightly on the higher side in comparison to DMRC estimated cost, it is still likely that after some negotiation, DMRC will award this contract to JSPL in the coming weeks.