MMRDA Unveils the Bidders for Mumbai Metro Line 4’s Stations Finishing & PEB Works

The 32.32 km long line connects Wadala to Kasarvadavali through 32 stations.

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MUMBAI (Metro Rail News): Mumbai Metro Rail Development Authority (MMRDA) unveiled the names of the bidders for the package CA-222 falling on the Metro Line 4. 

Package CA-222 

It entails the architectural finishing and pre-engineered building (PEB) roof contract at seven 32.32 km Mumbai Metro Line-4 project stations, connecting Wadala – Kasarvadavali via 32 stations. 

Stations of the Package 

The seven stations falling on the line’s southern end are Garodia Nagar, Pant Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Shreyas Cinema, Godrej Company, Vikhroli Metro & Surya Nagar.

Scope of the Contract 

It entails Architectural Finishing and plumbing Works including interior fit-outs, façade etc., along with Part Design, Fabrication, Supply and Erection of Pre-Engineered Structure including Entry-Exit Structures for 07 elevated stations viz Garodia Nagar, Pant Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Shreyas Cinema, Godrej Company, Vikhroli Metro & Surya Nagar of Line-4 corridor of Mumbai Metro Rail Project of MMRDA. 

Key Specifications 

Deadline: 20 months

Estimated Cost: Rs. 200.83 crore


The Bidders are: 

  1. Eagle Infra India Ltd.
  2. Godrej and Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd.
  3. Landmark Corporation Pvt. Ltd.

Further Development 

The Bids will now undergo a technical evaluation, unveiling the name of the Lowest Bidder and the most likely contractor. 

Line 4, Mumbai Metro 

Line 4, also known as the Green Line, of the Mumbai Metro, serves as a rapid transit system within Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Stretching across 32.32 kilometres, this line is meticulously designed to be fully elevated, spanning from Wadala in Mumbai to Kasarvadavali in Thane along the Ghodbunder road. It encompasses 32 stations, including key stops at Chembur, Bhandup, Mulund, and Teen Hath Naka in Thane, a bustling traffic junction.

The project is estimated to require an investment of approximately ₹14,549 crore. Its primary objective is to enhance connectivity by linking vital transportation arteries such as the Eastern Express Highway at Chembur, the Central Railway, the MonoRail, and other ongoing metro projects. This extensive network aims to offer convenient rail-based access to various commercial hubs, governmental establishments, and prominent landmarks across Mumbai.

Upon completion, Line 4 is poised to significantly reduce travel times, slashing them by 50% to 75%, contingent on prevailing road conditions.

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