NHSRCL reinvites bids of Package C-2 for the MAHSR Project

The designated contractor will be required to use at least three large TBMs with a diameter of approximately 14.5 meters

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NHSRCL reinvites bids of Package C-2 for the MAHSR Project
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NEW DELHI, INDIA (Metro Rail News): At the end of October this year, National High-Speed ​​Rail Corporation Ltd. (NHSRCL) has invited bids to build the 20.378 KMs Package C-2 for the 508.17 KMs Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed ​​Rail (MAHSR) / Bullet Train project.

Package C2 of the main road between (east-end of Bandra-Kurla Complex Station) and Shilphata will be entirely below and contains approximately 3 km “underwater” tunnels under Thane Creek. Therefore, the designated contractor will be required to use at least three large TBMs with a diameter of approximately 14.5 meters.

The NHSRCL has initially invited bids for this package in 2019 with a clause that requires a Japanese contractor to be a key partner in the event of a partnership. Unfortunately, that round got zero bids. As a result, the NHSRCL standard is unknown and will be added as it becomes available.

Package No.: MAHSR-C-2

Project’s Scope: Construction of Tunnelling Works including Testing and Commissioning for Double Line High-Speed Railway using (TBM) and New Austrian Tunneling Method (NATM) between Mumbai Underground Station at Bandra-Kurla Complex and Shilphata.

Here’s the important information related to the tender:

· Deadline: 1888 days (Approx.)

· Pre-bid Meeting: 16th December 2021 at 11:00 AM

· Date & Time of Submission of Tender: 02nd March 2022 at 03:00 PM

· Date & Time of Opening of Tender: 03rd March 2022 at 03:00 PM

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