Delhi Metro Rail Corporation open bids for Patna Metro project
DMRC opened technical bids for 6.107 km long section construction
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has opened technical bids submitted by companies for contract Package PC-01 & PC-02 of Patna Metro Rail project in Bihar.
DMRC opened technical bids for 6.107 km long section construction, connecting Mahahi Pakri to New ISBT on 11 June 2020. This is a section of 17.95 km long Corridor 2 of Patna Metro project that will connect Patna Railway Station-New ISBT by 14 Metro stations.
The bids were submitted by five Indian firms for construction of elevated viaducts and five stations namely, Malai Pakri, Khemni Chak, Bhoothnath, Zero Mile and New ISBT. The tender was floated in February 2020-end.
These five Indian firms include NCC, GR Infraprojects, Dinesh Chandra R Agrawal Infracon, Sam (India) Builtwell and SP Singla Constructions. The cost of the tender was Rs 514.924 crore.
On 9 June 2020, bids were opened for Package PC-02 for construction of the New ISBT Depot of Patna Metro project worth Rs 172.18 crore.
The bids were submitted by seven firms namely, URC Construction, Sam (India) Builtwell, Dinesh Chandra R Agrawal Infracon, Lisha Engineers, Pinax Steel Industries, Quality Buildcon and YFC Projects
The New ISBT Depot will cover a distance of 31 km long Phase11 network of the project, including two corridors.