KCC bags 158 crores Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor Contract

The first section of this semi high-speed rail line project will connect Manesar Station with the existing Patli Station on the Indian Railways’ network.

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HARYANA (Metro Rail News): KCC Buildcon Pvt Ltd. has emerged as the lowest bidder among the four other bidders for the construction of the 5.9 km C1 Priority Section of the 121.742 km Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor (HORC) project. Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (HRIDC) opened financial bids for this contract on 19th April, 2022.

HRIDC invited tenders for the Priority Section’s construction in November 2021 with a 15-month deadline and Rs. 175.80 crore estimate. Technical bids were opened in January which revealed the 8 bidders.

Among the 8 bidders the qualified bidders are as follows:

Bidders Bid (Rs. Crore)
KCC Buildcon158.16
Dineshchandra R Agrawal Infracon166.79
ISC Projects175.72
JMC Projects (India)180.55
M G Contractors231.60

The scope of this contract includes C-1: Priority Section – Construction of Earthwork, Bridges, Station Buildings, Retaining Walls and other miscellaneous Works in connection with laying of New BG Double Railway line of HORC Project from Km 49.7 to Km 55.6 and its connectivity (new BG single line) from proposed Manesar Station of HORC to existing Patli Railway Station of IR Network.

The first section of this semi high-speed rail line project will connect Manesar Station with the existing Patli Station on the Indian Railways’ network. It will run primarily on the section with an elevated loop viaduct, over HORC’s mainline, connecting to Patli Station. Trains on this new rail corridor will run at a speed of a maximum of 160 kmph and will provide connectivity through 17 stations along the Kundli – Manesar – Palwal (KMP / WPE) Expressway.

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