DFCCIL invites tender for construction of two lane Road Over Bridge (ROB) between Kanspur Gugauli and Bindki Road station

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Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL) has invited open e-tenders, in ‘Two Packet System’ on the prescribed mentioned work:

  • Tender No: PRYJ_W_EN_ROB60A_2022_01
  • Name of Work: Construction of Two-Lane Road Over Bridge (ROB) Railway portion in lieu of level crossings No. 60A (62m BSG +18m+30m Composite Girder) at IR KM 967/09-11 & DFCC Km 428/35-37 between Kanspur Gugauli-Bindki Road station (KSG-BKO) stations in PRYJ-CNB section of Prayagraj Division of North Central Railway.
  • Estimated Cost of Work: Approx. 24 Crore
  • Duration of Contract: 18 Months
  • Document download start date: 16/04/2022
  • Document download end date: 13/05/2022
  • Pre-Bid Conference Date: 21/04/2022

Scope of Work: 

  • Construction of 04 nos. RCC piers for 1×62m Bow String Girder, 1× 30m Composite Girder & 1×18m Composite Girder with pile foundation.  
  • Supply, Fabrication, Erection and Launching of 1×62m Bow String Girder & (1x30m + 1×18m) Composite Girder as mentioned in GAD (with or without power and traffic power blocks, as applicable). 
  • Providing and fixing in position POT cum PTFE Bearings as per approved drawings including designs of bearings. 
  • Preparation of Quality Assurance Plan (QAP), WPSS for fabrication of superstructure, preparation of Temporary Arrangement Drawings (TAD),   Launching Scheme, Fabrication/Detail Shop Drawings including DODLs and execution as per this  QAP/Drawings and preparation of documentation for processing CRS Sanction.
  • Preparation of Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) for sub-structure, foundation,  super-structure including bearings and ensuring the execution as per this QAP,
  • Construction of RCC Wall along the track for closing of existing LCs, drain all works related to constructing of ROB over DFCCIL and Railway. 
  • Temporary Works: Making any temporary work to facilitate construction and for the purpose of arranging any temporary land for the working or stacking of materials of contractor at no extra cost. 
  • Incidental  Works: Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) compliances, Quality  Assurance, Interface Management with other contractor, Restoration of existing roads and services other than being relocated / dislocated on account of DFC  alignment during construction, management of road traffic around the worksite at no extra cost. 
  • Obtaining relevant certificates or clearances from local/civil authorities viz. permits, licenses,completion certificate, fire clearance or any other mandatory clearances which may be specified by these authorities from time to time.  
  • Obtaining permission for Works with or without traffic block from concerned  Railway authority/interfacing agencies for work in close vicinity of Indian Railway  track, wherever applicable and DFCC shall assist in obtaining such permits.  
  • Bench marking, setting out, photography, videography, permanent markers like land boundary pillars, signages, boards etc. As-Built  drawings, inspection books,  registers for record & maintenance of bridges/ alignment etc. 
  • Submission of periodical progress reports with site photos and videos, attending  progress review meetings with employer/concerned authorities.  
  • Other miscellaneous works as listed in Schedules / GCC/ SCC.


  • The Indian Railways’ quadrilateral linking the four metropolitan cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Howrah, commonly known as the Golden Quadrilateral.
  •  And its two diagonals (Delhi-Chennai and Mumbai-Howrah), adding up to a total route length of 10,122 km comprising of 16% of the route carried more than 52% of the passenger traffic and 58% of revenue earning freight traffic of IR. 
  • The existing trunk routes of Howrah-Delhi on the Eastern Corridor and Mumbai-Delhi on the Western Corridor were highly saturated, line capacity utilization varying between 115% to 150%. 
  • Railways lost the share in freight traffic from 83% in 1950-51 to 35% in 2011-12.
  • The growth of the Indian economy has created demand for additional capacity of rail freight transportation, and this is likely to grow further in the future. 
  • This burgeoning demand led to the conception of the dedicated freight corridors along the Eastern and Western Routes. 
  • Minister for Railways, made this historic announcement on the floor of the House in the Parliament while presenting the Railway Budget for 2005-06.
  • This led to the establishment of “Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCC)”, to undertake planning & development, mobilization of financial resources and construction, maintenance and operation of the dedicated freight corridors. 
  • DFCC was incorporated as a company under the Companies Act 1956 on 30th October 2006.

The Tender document can be downloaded from IREPS website www.ireps.gov.in and DFCCIL’s  website www.dfccil.com.

Source: DFCCIL-Tender | Image Credit (representational): IRCEP

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