Systra Awarded Mumbai Metro Line-4’s DDC Contract

The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has announced that SYSTRA MVA Consulting (India) Private Limited, the Indian subsidiary of SYSTRA Group, has been appointed as the Detailed Design Consultant (DDC) for Mumbai Metro’s upcoming 32.32 km Line-4 which will connect Wadala – Ghatkopar – Mulund – Thane – Kasarvadavali through 32 elevated stations.

The MMRDA had invited bids for this service in July 2017. Besides working with the MMRDA (owner) & Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (interim consultant) to review the design of the viaduct and stations, SYSTRA’s role includes and is not limited to producing and proposing alternate designs of all architectural, building services, electrical and mechanical works for the depot, staff quarters, operations control centre (OCC) and auxiliary structures.

Line-4’s alignment (Purple) – view Mumbai Metro map & information

SYSTRA is not new to Mumbai. In 2007, they were appointed as the Engineering & Project Management Consultants for the 11.4 km Line-1. Elsewhere, Systra has won DDC contracts for Lucknow (Line-1), Delhi (Pink Line), Bangalore (Line-3), Chennai (Phase 1 extn), Hyderabad (Phase 1) and Kanpur (Line-1/2) metro projects.

Financial bids for the construction of Mumbai’s Line-4 were opened in August, but contracts have not been awarded yet as the bids were more than 20% higher than the MMRDA-DMRC’s estimates. Bids were re-invited for a section of Line-2, but there hasn’t been any visible movement on Line-4.

For more updates, check out the Mumbai section of The Metro Rail Guy!


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9 Responses to "Systra Awarded Mumbai Metro Line-4’s DDC Contract"

  1. Siddhant Kumar says:

    When will construction for delhi metro phase 4 will start.

  2. Siddhant Kumar says:

    What is gol. Which is needed for approval.

  3. Vishal says:

    When will construction work for mumbai metro line 4 will begin? Almost year has been passed from bhumipujan


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