Leap Infraasys bags OHE design contract for Noida Metro Extension

Nine stations along this new 14.95 km elevated extension in Greater Noida West, which runs between Sector 51 and Knowledge Park V.

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NOIDA (Metro Rail News): In the middle of October, Leap Infraasys Pvt. Ltd (LIPL) won the contract to offer Detailed Design Consultancy (DDC) services for the Noida Metro Aqua Line’s eastern extension’s 25 kV Overhead Equipment (OHE) system.

Nine stations along this new 14.95 km elevated extension in Greater Noida West, which runs between Sector 51 and Knowledge Park V.

Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) has re-invited offers for this contract in May with an Rs. 43.78 lakh estimate and a 910-day (2.5 years) deadline after cancelling the initial tender in April.

Two bidders—Balaji Railroad Systems Pvt. Ltd (BARSYL) and Leap Infraasys Pvt. Ltd—were identified when technical bids were opened in June.

The brief Scope of NMRC’s bids is Detailed Design Consultancy for the Design of a 25 kV Overhead Equipment (OHE) system and Power Supply – SCADA for the Elevated Line of the Aqua line extension Corridor of the Noida Metro Rail Project.

LIPL firm bids amount Rs 36.99 lakh

BARSYL firm bids amount to Rs 37.16 lakh.

A contract should be issued without a lengthy financial evaluation because LIPL’s bid of Rs. 36.99 lakh was significantly lower than NMRC’s estimate.

GR Infraprojects Ltd. (GRIL) was the lowest bidder for the civil construction of this line back in December 2021. Still, a contract has yet to be issued to them because NMRC is awaiting approval from the Central Government.

They have five elevated stations at Noida Sector 122, Noida Sector 123, Greater Noida Sector 4, Ecotech 12 (Tech Zone), and Greater Noida Sector 2 as part of its 9.605 km package that connects Noida Sector-51 to Greater Noida West’s Sector-2.

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