Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) has invited bids under Single Stage Two Envelope Bidding procedure In Two Packages for Rayagada Yard Phase-II works, Balance construction of road bed works, bridges, supply of ballast, installation of track (excluding supply of rails & B.G main line sleepers), construction of platforms, platform shelters, etc.., in between Bissamcuttack – Ladda stations, soft development of Rayagada Circulating Area and other miscellaneous works etc.., in Package-4 of Sambalpur/Waltair Divisions of East Coast Railway, Odisha, India.
- Tender Reference Number: RVNL/CPM/WAT/TIG-VZM/3rd Line/PKG-4 Works/2022-23/OT
- Name of Work: Rayagada Yard Phase-II works, Balance construction of road bed works, bridges, supply of ballast, installation of track (excluding supply of rails & B.G main line sleepers), construction of platforms, platform shelters, etc.., in between Bissamcuttack – Ladda stations, soft development of Rayagada Circulating Area and other miscellaneous works etc.., in Package-4 of Sambalpur/Waltair Divisions of East Coast Railway, Odisha, India.
- Approx. Estimated Cost: INR 35,61,40,481 Crore
- EMD: INR 71,22,810 Lakh
- Period Of Work: 18 Months
- Document Download / Sale Start Date: 28th February, 2023
- Document Download / Sale End Date: 14th March, 2023
- Bid Submission Start Date: 28th February, 2023
- Bid Submission End Date: 14th March, 2023
- Bid Opening Date: 14th March, 2023
Scope of Work:
- This work pertains to “Rayagada Yard Phase-II works, Balance Construction of Road bed works, Bridges, supply of ballast, installation of track (Excluding supply of Rails & B.G Main line sleepers), Construction of Platforms, Platform shelters etc.., in between Bissamcuttack – Ladda stations, soft development of Rayagada Circulating Area and other miscellaneous works etc.., in Package-4 of Sambalpur/Waltair Divisions of East Coast Railway, Odisha, India.”
- The tendered work is part of the project for the 3rd line of the existing railway line between Titlagarh -Vizianagaram of East coast Railway. The works are located in between Bissamcuttack-Ladda station yard limits and in connection with 3rd line track between Titlagarh-Vizianagaram Section.
- The details are given in the bid document. The scope of work includes Bridge works, Protection works, Formation works,P.way track linking, laying of points and crossings, slewing of track and miscellaneous works, Passenger Amenities at Stations like construction of PF and PF shelters, platform surface etc. supply of cement and provision of site facility and related works.
- The tendered work is part of the project for the 3rd line of the existing railway line between Titlagarh-Vizianagaram of East coast Railway. The works are located in between Bissamcuttack – Ladda Stations of Titlagarh-Vizianagaram Sections of East coast railway.
- The section of Bissamcuttack – Ladda Stations is a part of the 3rd line between Titlagarh –Vizianagaram. The scope of work is given in para 2.1.2 above.
Availability of Land:
- The required land for the execution of works is available along the alignment. However, the contractor may have to take lease of the land temporarily for installation of his facilities like batching plant/ Casting Yard/ Site WorkShop etc.
- The bidders are advised to make detailed study and cater for such expenditure in the bid.
Approaches to the project site:
- Approach to the locations is available. The contractor shall plan for approach roads to the various sites of work after conducting a detailed site survey and should include the cost of inputs for any such approach roads in his bid for the work.
- However, in case, any existing road needs to be widened or bridge needs to be strengthened & there is no alternative road available to the site of work and the authority owning the said road submits demand to RVNL to carry out some specific works,RVNL shall get such works executed through the existing contractor or any other agency. RVNL shall make payment for such work.
Track Laying & Linking:
- 60 Kg/90UTS rails on PSC sleepers with density of 1660 sleepers per km with 350 mm ballast cushion shall be provided for the main line. In station yards, for the loop lines, 52 Kg rails on PSC sleepers with a density of 1660 sleepers/Km with 350 mm ballast cushion have been proposed. The main line is proposed to be provided with LWR / CWR. Loop lines shall be provided with SWP/ LWR.
- Yards will be tracked. Glued joints shall be provided wherever required. 60 Kg points and crossings on PSC fan shaped layouts have been proposed.
- Hard Stone ballast of 65 mm size with 350 mm cushion on the main line and the turnouts and 350 mm cushion on loops and sidings shall be provided.
- The work also involves slewing / regrading of existing tracks and relaying / dismantling of Pway and Points & crossings, wherever necessary.
- After the formation is ready and cleared by the Engineer for track linking the rails (Single Rails/3 Rail Panels) shall be unloaded on the formation.
- Flash butt welding shall be done to convert the single rails into LWR/CWR as per plan approved by RVNL by the contractor’s portable road trailer mounted flash butt welding machine. If there is delay in formation being ready, single rails can be converted into 3/4 Rail Panels in depots and then these 3/4 Rail Panels can be converted into LWR/CWR after transferring them to formation.
- PSC sleepers shall be transported by road and stacked near level crossings.
- The required quantity of ballast to the maximum extent (not less than 2 Cum per meter length) shall be brought by contractor’s dumpers on the formation and spread on the proposed alignment by contractor’s grader. The grader should spread and level the ballast in a width of 3.2 meter (Bottom) and cushion of 200 mm.
- The remaining quantity of ballast shall remain on the common cess of existing/proposed track, leaving clear space for linking of auxiliary track.
- After laying of ballast is completed in a particular stretch between level crossings then auxiliary track shall be laid at a gauge of 3400 mm with centre line matching the proposed track.
- Now the sleepers shall be lifted from the stacks near the level crossings with the help of hydra and kept on the formation between auxiliary track for being picked up by portals for leading them to point of laying in case portals are proposed to be used for transport and laying of sleepers.
- Contractor shall bring his own mechanised portal equipment which will be capable of traveling on the auxiliary track and will transport the sleepers from L-Xing to the location of linking.
- At the location of laying, the sleepers shall be laid at the required spacing ensuring that the centre line of sleepers matches with the centre line of proposed track. Instead of portals, sleeper laying equipment which does not require use of auxiliary track, can also be used for laying of sleepers.
- After the sleepers are laid on the ballast bed of 200 mm thickness, contractor shall arrange his own Rail Threader to pick up the auxiliary track rails from both sides and lay on the PSC sleeper at Rail Seat to complete the laying of track.
- The ballast lying along the track shall be put in the track in the cribs and shoulders for taking up the work of lifting the track to provide a required cushion of 350 mm.
- Track shall be lifted and aligned by small track machines. The lifting and aligning machine should be light in weight and should be transportable by road from one site to another. This lifting, aligning and tamping may be required in 2-3 phases until the desired clear cushion and proper alignment is achieved.
- Behind the lifting aligning machine, a contractor’s small track machine capable of tamping to be deployed. The Tamping machine should have 8 Nos. of tamping tools so that one sleeper can be tamped completely per insertion. This light duty tamper should be self propelled and should be transportable by road from one place to another.
- The contractor shall unload additional ballast over the track by his own mechanized means or manually as per site conditions and directions of Engineer to achieve desired ballast profile.
- For achieving the desired cushion and to fill the inter-space of sleepers as well as crib ballast as per final profile, whatever ballast will be required in phases to be unloaded by the contractor with his own equipment and machinery.
- The contractor, after a sequence of linking, lifting, aligning and packing with his own tools, plants and equipment shall bring the track parameters in floating condition within the tolerance limits as specified in IRPWM.
- The track thus laid shall have speed potential of 45 kmph. After this Railway’s heavy ontrack tampers shall be made available for machine packing to achieve normal sectional speed.
- Two packings shall be done by the contractor with Railway’s heavy ontrack tampers. After the first tamping the track shall be made suitable for speed potential of 75 kmph. The second tamping (final tamping) shall be done in design mode and the track shall be made suitable for maximum permissible sectional speed.
- Profiling of ballast shall be done to achieve the ballast section as prescribed in IRPWM.
- While planning for the work of transportation of bridge construction materials to the bridge site., the finished formation of earth work in banks and cuttings with or without blanket layer should not be used for plying of trucks or other vehicles used for transportation.
- This restriction has specially been imposed to save the top surface of the formed formation from forming pits and ruts, which later are likely to accumulate water and pose problems for maintenance.
- The mechanical means required to meet the stipulations mentioned in the above sub Para should be arranged by the Contractor.
- Railway land, if available and spareable, shall be provided for the purpose of stacking of material and setting up of concrete batching plant, etc. However, the Contractor shall be responsible for arranging any such requirement of land and arranging/developing any required approach to site of work, etc at his own cost.
- The Contractor shall be required to mobilise resources for taking up work at a number of locations simultaneously. A tentative scheduling of major activities is given at sub clause 2.14 of this section for the purpose of guidance only. The planning of resources may be done at least to meet these requirements.
- Suitable/preferred type of soil for embankment is not available in close proximity of the proposed new line. The bidder may ascertain availability and lead/lift involved before quoting his rates.
Average Annual Construction Turnover:
- Minimum average annual construction turnover in equivalent INR 47.48 Cr Crores (Where V= value of work. T=Time of completion in Years).
- Calculated as total certified payments received for contracts in progress or completed, within the last three financial years (refer note below the table).
- Minimum average Net-Worth (Total Assets – Total Liabilities) should not be less than INR 7.122 Cr (Where V= value of work.) during the last three financial years (refer note below the table).
- The company began its operation in 2005 with the appointment of a Board of Directors.
- The company was granted Miniratna status in September 2013.
- RVNL has been rated “Excellent” for the 9 successive years by the Department of Public Enterprises.
- RVNL has also been ranked 1st amongst the Railway PSEs for the 4 times out of the last 5 years.
- The turnover of the company for the financial year 2019-20 has increased by 44.44%.
- The authorised share capital of the company is Rs. 3000 cr. with paid up share capital of Rs. 2085 cr.
- The company has been listed after its disinvestment of its stake of 12.16% of the company through IPO.
Tender documents can be downloaded from website https://rvnl.org/active-tenders-new
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