Mumbai: The Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) has awarded contracts for works of over Rs 25,000 crore on upcoming metro lines of Mumbai Metro Rail Project. Indian’s top infra companies Reliance Infrastructure and Tata Project were among the firms that emerged winners.
In the meeting of executive committee of the MMRDA contractors appointed to construct elevated viaduct and stations on two metro corridors.
The works awarded include Rs 10,986 crore worth of contracts on the Mumbai Metro 2B corridor that will connect DN Nagar in the north-west suburb of Andheri with Mandale in the north-east, and Rs 14,549 crore for the north-south Metro-4 corridor which will run between Kasarwadavali in Thane and Wadala.
“By appointing contractors for the entire corridors the committee has only underlined the need of metro corridors for the city and its metropolitan region,” Mumbai Metropolitan Commissioner UPS Madan said.
A Joint Venture consortium of Reliance Infrastructure and ASTALDI was awarded the Rs 540 crore ‘package-8’ on the Metro-4 corridor which consists of Bhakti Park, Wadala TT, Anik Nagar Bus Depot, Suman Nagar, Siddharth Colony and Amar Mahal junction stations.
The same consortium also won the Rs 531-crore ‘package 12’, comprising Kapurbawdi, Manpada, Tikuji-ni-wadi, Dongripada, Vijay Garden and Kasarvadavali stations.
A Joint Venture (JV) consortium of Tata Project and China Harbour Engineering won the Rs 5,320-crore ‘package 9’ for seven stations on the same line.
(Edited with PTI inputs)