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Pune Metro Line 3 Update: First Overhead L-Girder Lifted at Balewadi Stadium

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PUNE (Metro Rail News): Making a significant achievement in its rapidly progressing work between Hinajwadi and Shivajinagar, Pune Metro Line 3 today marked the successful lifting of the first full overhead girder by the Station Element Gantry (SLG1).

The girder was lifted and installed at the proposed station PMR 10 in front of the Balewadi stadium. This girder, measuring 19 meters long, is constructed in a casting yard at Tathawade.

The work of Pune Metro Line 3 on the Hinjewadi to Shivajinagar route has been undertaken by Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA) on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis, and Tata Group has established Pune IT City Metro Rail Limited as a special purpose company (SPC) for its implementation.

The Station Element Gantry (SLG1), a crucial piece of infrastructure, is responsible for the precision lifting and placement of girders, a fundamental component of the metro’s elevated structure.

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Mr Alok Kapoor, Chief Executive Officer of Pune IT City Metro Rail Ltd., expressed his satisfaction with the achievement, stating, “The girder is a crucial aspect of any metro project’s civil infrastructure since it supports the viaduct upon which the rails will be placed. The Pune Metro Line 3 project is progressing at a sustained pace, and with the successful lifting of the first station girder by SLG1, it is taking a significant step closer to becoming a reality. The project remains on track to provide a modern, efficient, and sustainable mode of transportation for Pune residents.”

The Pune Metro Line III is a 23 Km elevated Metro rail project connecting the IT hub of Hinjawadi to the Central business district of Shivajinagar. The Project would be developed & operated on a Design, build, finance, operate & and transfer (DBFOT) basis by a special purpose vehicle (SPV), Pune IT City Metro Rail Limited or PITCMRL, for a Concession Period of 35 years, including the construction period.


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