KEC International yesterday said it has resumed construction work of the Delhi Metro’s Phase IV project. The company said in a tweet,”KEC resumes construction of the Delhi Metro Phase IV project for @OfficialDMRC, with strict adherence to all social distancing and safety norms mandated by the Government.
KEC resumes construction of the Delhi Metro Phase IV project for @OfficialDMRC, with strict adherence to all social distancing and safety norms mandated by the Government. #DMRC #DelhiMetro pic.twitter.com/Soi7KDhQSZ
— KEC International (@KEC_Intl) May 21, 2020
Last year, the company bagged two civil construction contracts package DC-01 and DC-02 of Phase IV project in November and December, respectively.
In November last year, the company secured first order of Rs. 853 crore for the construction of elevated viaduct along with 10 stations of the Delhi Metro Phase IV project, from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).
This contract includes construction of a portion of the Janakpuri West – R. K Ashram Marg Corridor with 10 stations (Keshopur, Paschim Vihar, Peeragarhi, Mangolpuri, West Enclave, Pushpanjali, Deepali Chowk, Madhuban Chowk, Prashant Vihar & North Pitampura). The given work involves the part design and construction of elevated viaduct, elevated ramp, siding line and station buildings.
The 28.92 km long Janakpuri West – R. K Ashram Marg corridor is an extension of Magenta Line and will come up with 22 stations
In December last year, KEC International bagged this second civil construction contract of Rs. 964 crore of the Delhi Metro’s Phase IV project.
The Maujpur to Majlis Park corridor comprising of Bridge across river Yamuna and Integrated Elevated Viaduct with PWD flyover at lower deck & Metro line at upper deck from Yamuna Vihar to Bhajanpura and 08 Elevated Stations viz. Yamuna Vihar, Bhajanpura, Khajuri Khas, Sonia Vihar, Soorghat, Jagatpur Village, Jharoda and Burari station.
The construction work of Phase 4 commenced on 30th December, 2019 at Haiderpur Badli Mor on the Janakpuri West – R.K Ashram Marg, where piling work was started.
Image Credit: KEC International