Ayesa to Design 21 Metro Stations & Supervise Engineering for Noida – Greater Noida Metro Line

Spanish company Ayesa has announced that the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has given them the consultant contract for the overall design, construction and supervision of the civil works on the 28.8 km Noida – Greater Noida Corridor metro line.  The execution period is 24 months and the contract is valued 1.6 million Euros.

As per the Press Release, Ayesa’s scope of work includes:

Design for the architecture, structures and electromechanical installations of the stations and maintenance facilities and review and optimise the calculations for viaducts, route planning and other components performed by the engineering company subcontracted by the contractor. It will also provide a comprehensive technical consultancy service to the DRMC during the execution of the contract. Amongst other services, Ayesa will be responsible for the coordination of the work of the various engineering companies involved, the preparation and implementation of a Quality Plan, support in the validation of designs, the implementation of technical modifications and the production of the necessary technical material in order to obtain the various administrative permits required to execute the contract.

Load testing - Photo Copyright: Suresh2708

Pile load testing underway on the Noida – Gr. Noida line – Photo Copyright: Suresh2708

This is Ayesa’s second large metro project in India after having been contracted to design the stations for Delhi Metro’s new 36.98 km Magenta line which primarily runs along the Outer Ring Road connecting Janakpuri west to Botanical Garden in Noida.

For more updates on the Noida – Greater Noida metro line, check out the Noida – Gr. Noida section of The Metro Rail Guy!


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