With the world slowly recovering from the grapple of Covid-19, the year 2021 has started on a special note for STRABAG International. STRABAG International has won a prestigious project from National Capital Region Transport Corporation Limited (NCRTC).
- STRABAG International will be responsible for the design, detailed engineering, supply, installation, testing, commissioning of Environment Control Systems (ECS), Tunnel Ventilation Systems (TVS), Electrical, and SCADA OCC/BCC Systems for four underground stations on Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS Corridor of NCRTC.
- The project scope will also include building ventilation for the corridor.
- The project is worth INR 167.5 Cr/Eur 19 Mio.
The project is one-of-its-kind, and we are privileged to work with NCRTC on this project, which is:
- India’s first regional RRTS project
- A ‘Make in India’ initiative
- First hi-speed metro project of up to 180 kmph
- Daily ridership of around 8,00,000 passengers
Through this project, STRABAG International will be venturing into the MEP work (ECS, TVS, and E&M) in underground metro stations and tunnels. STRABAG International is excited to provide best-in-class technological know-how and expertise in the underground metro tunnel domain for the project.
- NCRTC has geared up construction activities on India’s first Regional Rail between Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut.
- Superstructures are now visible on the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor.
- Also, work for the RRTS viaduct near Dharamshila Marg, New Ashok Nagar in Delhi has already been started.
- In this 4.3 km elevated section of Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor, there will be the construction of a viaduct from Sarai Kale Khan RRTS Station to New Ashok Nagar Down ramp, including Jangpura entry ramp to the stabling yard, Jangpura.
- Two elevated RRTS stations, namely Sarai Kale Khan & New Ashok Nagar, will also be constructed, including a bridge over the Yamuna River.
- The RRTS will have a total length of 82.15 km (68.03 km elevated and 14.12 km underground) with 25 stations.
- It will have a design speed of 180 km per hour, maximum operating speed of 160 km per hour and high-frequency operations, which will reduce the journey time from Delhi to Meerut to 60 minutes.
Source: EFKON India-Press Release | Image Credit: EFKON India