New Delhi: The Ircon International Limited has invited EoI (Expressions of Interest) from Indian and Japanese companies for Construction of Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail’s packages. The EoIs have been called from the companies having experience in construction of Metro Railway/Railway Bridges and Viaducts.
- Name Of Work: Expression of Interest from Indian and Japanese Companies having Experience in construction of Metro Railway/Railway Bridges and Viaducts are invited to Associate for bidding for Construction of Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail’s packages
- Submission Date: 30/04/2019:11:00 hrs.
- Opening Date: 01/05/2019:11:00 hrs.
- Meanwhile, the National High Speed Rail Corporation (NHSRCL) has also invited bids for Tunnelling Works on Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Project.
- The scope of work include testing and commissioning for double line high-speed railway using tunnel boring machine (TBM) and new Austrian tunneling method (NATM) between Mumbai underground station at Bandra-Kurla Complex (MAHSR 0.773 km) and Shilphata (MAHSR 21.150 km) in Maharashtra for the project for Construction of Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail.
- The work is expected to be completed in a period of 42 months.
- NHSRCL is implementing the project of high speed train corridor between Ahmedabad and Mumbai.
- The total length of proposed High Speed Rail Corridor works out to be 508.17km.
- The route of Mumbai Ahmedabad High Speed Rail will be passing through two states, Maharashtra and Gujarat and one Union Territory, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, of the Union of India.
- It shall start from Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai and will end near Sabarmati Railway Station in Ahmedabad.
- Out of 508.17km, 155.642 km of the proposed alignment falls in Maharashtra, 350.530 km in Gujarat and 2 km in UT of Dadra and Nagar Haveli.
- The High Speed Rail Corridor has been proposed with 12 Stations i.e. Mumbai, Thane, Virar, Boisar, Vapi, Bilimora, Surat, Bharuch, Vadodara, Anand/Nadia, Ahmedabad and Sabarmati.
Ayesa will design four stations in the first semi-high speed rail corridor in India
Date: April 17, 2019
Ayesa has bolstered its position in the transport sphere in the Indian market, where this year it celebrates its tenth anniversary.
The transport system will furthermore be cutting-edge in the country, as it will be the fastest in operation as there is still no high-speed rail network in place. Designed to run at a speed of 180 kilometres per hour, this forms a high or semi-high-speed rail corridor (as per its English definition), that will link the cities of Delhi, Ghaziabad and Meerut. The 82-kilometre journey will be covered in 62 minutes, almost half the current travelling time required.
Ayesa will design four of the elevated stations included in the corridor (Sahibabad, Ghaziabad, Guldhar and Duhai). This is the first detailed engineering package awarded by the National Capital Regional Transport Corporation (NCRTC), the state-run body that promotes these projects. The contract also includes two depots in Duhai and Modipuram.
This corridor is one of the three that the Government has established as priority. It has been allocated a budget of around 3.8 billion euros for its construction, with the system expected to be operational in 2025. The entire plan foresees the creation of eight corridors.
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