RVNL invites tender for S&T works for Majorda – Vasco-Da-Gama Railway section in South Goa

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NEW DELHI: RailVikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) invites bids under single stage two packet system for the supply and commissioning of signalling and telecommunications works related to doubling of Majorda – Vasco-Da-Gama section in South Goa.

Name of Work

‘Design, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Indoor & Outdoor Signalling and Telecommunications works in connection with doubling of Majorda (Excl.) – Vasco-Da-Gama (Incl.) section of Hubbali Division of South Western Railway in South Goa District of Goa State, India’.

Important Details

Tender Reference Number RVNL/SBC/SnT/MJO-VSG/2021/OT03

Estimated Cost of Project – INR 31.58 crores

Period of Completion 18 Months

Pre Bid Meeting Date 05-May-2021 at 11:30 AM

Document Download Start Date 20-Apr-2021 from 04:00 PM

Document Download End Date 25-May-2021 till 11:00 AM

Bid Submission Start Date 10-May-2021 from 09:00 AM

Bid Submission End Date 25-May-2021 at 11:00 AM

Bid Opening Date 25-May-2021 at 11:30 AM

Further Details

For more information and further details  on detail scope of works, applicants can download tender documents free of cost from RVNL website www.rvnl.org and RVNL e- Tendering portal i.e. https://rvnl.euniwizarde.com/

This tender work is a part of project related to doubling of 342 km long railway track from Hospet in Karnataka to Vasco-da-gama in Goa. According to Ministry of Railways, the project has nearly completed in the state of Karnataka except 10 Km between Unkal and Hubballi stretch which was expected to be completed in March this year.

About 7 km track between Madgoan- Majorda in the state of Goa has also been doubled. Remaining stretch of about 90 Km is in the State of Goa, where works are awarded for doubling and are being taken up after ensuring necessary clearances.

Doubling of the said section will be a game changer for the state of Goa, taking the development to new heights, by giving impetus to trade and enabling easier and faster passenger movement. Existing rail network is constrained due to single line long ghat sections severely limiting train running capacity.

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