Chennai Metro Update: Tenders invited for Completion of Balance works from Washermanpet to Wimco Nagar Depot

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Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has invited digitally signed open e-tender through e-procurement portal from reputed, experienced, financially sound, eligible applicants, who fulfill the qualification criteria as mentioned in the tender through National Competitive Bidding (NCB) under Single Stage two Envelope With initial filter (Technical & Financial) system for the works as detailed below under loan disbursement of Japan International Cooperative Agency (JICA).

  • Name of Work: Completion of Balance works including Structural, Architectural, MEP  and all other associated works for 6Nos Elevated stations, 2Nos UG stations and one Maintenance Depot of CMRL Phase-I Extension from Washermanpet to Wimco Nagar Depot’’.
  • EMD Amount: INR 33 Lakh
  • Duration of Contract: 450 days
  • Pre-bid Meeting: 28/10/2021
  • Date of issuing addendum: 01/11/2021
  • Date and Time of Bid Submission: 08/11/2021
    Date and Time of opening of Bid (Technical Bid): 09/11/2021

Authority and place for submission of Bid Document cost, Tender Security amount, seeking clarifications & Pre-Bid Meeting: Office of Addl. General Manager (Contract Procurement),Chennai Metro Rail Limited, Room No. 507,Administrative Building, CMRL Depot,Poonamallee High Road, Koyambedu, Chennai 600 107Tel No.044-2379 2000, Extn: 22347 Fax No.044-2379 2200, Email id: gununath.reddy@cmrl.in.

The Tender documents can be downloaded from the CPP PORTAL https://eprocure.gov.in/eprocure/app

Recent Tender:

Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has invited digitally signed open e-tender through  e-procurement portal from Reputed, Experienced, Financially sound, eligible applicants,  who fulfill the qualification criteria as mentioned in the tender through International  Competitive Bidding (ICB) under Single Stage two Envelope with initial filter (Technical & Financial) system for the works as detailed below

  • Tender No.: CMRL/CON/PHASE-II/ATW-11/BC-3&5/TRK-02/2021-“
  • Name of work: Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Track Works of Standard Gauge including all Associated Works in (A) Elevated Section between CMBT (Excluding) and ELCOT (Including) in Corridor 5-Upto Circular Connection to Corridor-3 and (B) Elevated section between Sholinganallur (Excluding) to SIPCOT (Including) in Corridor 3 and pocket Tracks & Stabling Lines of Chennai Metro Rail Project Phase-2.”
  • Tender Security Amount (EMD): INR 2.82 Crores
  • Duration of Contract: 850 days+730 days (DLP)
  • Pre-bid Meeting: 16/11/2021
  • Last date of Seeking Clarifications: 22/11/2021
  • Last Date for issuing addendum and pre-bid replies: 10/12/2021
  • Last Date and Time of submission/uploading of Tender: 10/01/2022
  • Date and Time of opening of Tender (Technical Bid): 11/01/2022

About Phase-2 Project:

The Government of India has approved the Chennai Metro Rail Project Phase-2 project. The Phase-2 expansion is planned for the length of 118.9 Km network with 128 nos of stations. The corridor wise detail is as following:

S. No Name of the Corridor Underground (Km) Elevated/ At-Grade (Km) Total (Km)
1 Corridor 3: Madhavaram Milk Colony to SIPCOT 2 26.51 19.31 45.82
2 Corridor 4: Poonamallee Bypass to Light house 9.82 16.26 26.08
3 Corridor 5: Madhavaram Milkcolony to Sholinganallur 5.22 41.79 47.01

The Construction Works is expected to be completed by June 2026.

Funding:

  • The Phase II project is proposed to be financed through the Government of India, Government of Tamil Nadu and the Multilateral Development Banks, namely Asian Development Bank (ADB), Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and New Development Bank (NDB).
  • Funding for a portion of Chennai Metro Phase II (i.e. 52.01 Km, i.e. Madhavaram – Sholinganallur of Corridor 3 and Madhavaram – CMBT of Corridor 5) has been tied up with JICA as State Sector Project.
  • Balance section Funding (66.89 Km): The screening committee of DEA has accorded in principle approval for funding of entire Corridor-4 and balance section of Corridor 3 & 5 and posed for funding from multilateral banks i.e ADB, AIIB, NDB.
  • Multilateral Banks have completed their preliminary Mission programme and detailed discussion with MDBs is in under progress.

Source: CMRL-Tender | Image Credit (representational): CMRL

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