NHSRCL invites tender for construction of 8.2 km long high-speed double railway line for Mumbai-Ahmedabad HSR

98.5% of Land Acquisition process completed in Gujarat whereas Maharashtra lags behind
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MUMBAI (Mumbai): National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has invited tender from eligible and experienced applicants for the construction of an 8.2 km long double high-speed railway line elevated viaduct involving Vadodara station for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail Project.

Important Details

Package No. – MAHSR – C-5

Name of Work – Design and Construction of Civil and Buildings Works including Testing and Commissioning on Design-Build Lump Sum Price Basis for Double Line High-Speed Railway involving Vadodara Station, Confirmation Car Base, Viaducts & Bridges, Crossing Bridges and Associated works between MAHSR Km. 393.700 and MAHSR Km. 401.898 in the State of Gujarat for the Project for Construction of Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail.

Period of Completion of Work 1490 Days

Pre Bid Meeting Date – 09-Jul-2021 11:00 AM

Document Download Start Date – 05-Jun-2021 03:00 PM

Document Download End Date – 04-Oct-2021 03:00 PM

Bid Submission Start Date – 28-Sep-2021 09:00 AM

Bid Submission End Date – 04-Oct-2021 03:00 PM

Bid Opening Date – 05-Oct-2021 03:30 PM

For more information and detailed scope of works, applicants can download tender document from e-procurement portal of NIC – https://etenders.gov.in/eprocure/app 

Mumbai–Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Project is India’s first high-speed rail line connecting Mumbai with Ahmedabad with route length of 508 km. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2023 but has been delayed due to land acquisition issues particularly in Maharashtra and now expected to become fully operational by 2027 with some portions in Gujarat to become operational by 2023 as 95% land is already acquired in Gujarat for this project in comparison to just 24% in Maharashtra. Civil construction activities have also began in Gujarat.

Once completed, the travel distance time between the two cities will reduced to 2 hrs with trains operating at top speed of 320 km per hour.

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