October 2, 2022


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BENGALURU (Metro Rail Information): The Indian main infrastructure firm, AFCONS Infrastructure Restricted has emerged because the lowest bidder (L1) for the Rs. 1262.33 Cr crore contract for building of Underground Construction (Tunnels & station) from the south ramp (together with) to Vellara Junction station (excluding) together with allied work and three No. of UG metro station in Attain -6 Line of Banglore Metro rail Undertaking, Section-2. Nevertheless, Afcons has quoted Rs. 1526.33 crores to work on this mission.

Bid Opening for Bangalore Metro Underground Contract RT-01

The Bangalore Metro Rail Company (BMRCL) has opened the Monetary Bid for 3.655 km of Namma Metro Section II, Attain 6 contract on September 26, 2019, at 11.00, the place 3 bidders had been discovered technically certified out of 5 for the contract. These are AFCONS Infrastructure, Larsen & Toubro Restricted, ITD. The L&T, ITD had been discovered L2, L3 respectively.
The technical bid was submitted on Might 28, 2019.

Identify of the Bidders

  1. Afcons : Rs. 1526.33 cr. L1
  2. L&T: Rs. 1624.50 cr. L2
  3. ITD: Rs. 1684.36 cr. L3
  4. Patel-SMU JV: Disqualified
  5. HCC-GULERMARK JV: Disqualified

Scope of labor

Contract BMRCL/PHASE-2/REACH-6/(R-6-CC02)-RT01/2019/41: Development of Beneath floor Construction (Tunnels & station) from south ramp (together with) to Vellara Junction station (excluding) (Cha. 7521.161) m to 11176.615 m) together with allied work and three No. of UG metro station Viz, Dairy circle, MICO Industries and Langford city in Attain -6 Line of Banglore Metro rail Undertaking, Section-2.

About AFCONS

Afcons Infrastructure Restricted is a part of Shapoorji Pallonji Group which has a legacy of over 150 years in growing key infrastructure initiatives the world over. The corporate has important expertise and a robust monitor report in a number of infrastructure segments in India.

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