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NHSRCL Tenders for 28 Steel Bridges & 88 Km Viaduct to Generate Steel Demand

Steel News - Published on Mon, 28 Sep 2020

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National High Speed Rail Corporation has opened technical bids for two packages for Mumbai Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor

(1) Procurement and Fabrication of 28 steel bridges for crossing over railway lines, rivers, highways, road crossings and other structures (P-4). Bidders for Procurement and Fabrication of 28 steel bridges include
Tata Projects Ltd
Afcons Infrastructure Ltd
Braithwaite & Co. Ltd.Consortium
Bridge & Roof Co. (India) Ltd
JMC Projects (India) Ltd & Rahee Infratech Ltd
ISGEC Heavy Engineering Ltd & M & B Engineering Ltd Consortium
Larsen & Toubro &IHI Infrastructure Systems Consortium

It is estimated that about 70,000 tonnes of Steel will be used for the fabrication of 28 steel bridges. NHSRCL has already sensitized the steel industries to cater such a huge demand for the India’s first High Speed Rail corridor.

(2) Design and Construction of 88 km (Approx) of viaduct between Vadodara and Ahmedabad in Gujarat including construction of elevated HSR station at Anand/Nadiad, 5 Bridges and 25 crossings. Bidders include
1: Afcons Infrastructure Limited, IRCON International Limited, JMC Projects India Ltd- Consortium
2: NCC Limited, Tata Project Ltd, J Kumar Infra Projects Ltd, HSR Consortium
3: Larsen & Toubro Ltd

With the opening of these bids, the technical bids covering 64% (325 km out of 508 km) of the total MAHSR alignment including five (5) HSR stations (Vapi, Billimora, Surat, Bharuch and Anand/Nadiad) out of 12 stations and one Train depot at Surat are under consideration. Earlier this week, NHSRCL has opened the technical bids for 237 km of viaduct between Vapi and Vadodara in Gujarat including 4 elevated HSR stations and one Train depot at Surat where all the three bidders comprising seven (7) leading Indian infrastructure companies had participated.

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Posted By : Yogender Pancholi on Mon, 28 Sep 2020
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