Alstom & L&T Awarded Mumbai Metro Line-3’s Electrification Contracts

After receiving JICA’s approval, the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation today awarded two key electrification contracts for the 33.5 km Line-3’s (SEEPZ – Aarey Colony) 25 kV AC OHE traction and power supply works. Prequalification tenders for both packages were invited in January 2016, and these contracts have become the first two major systems-related contracts to be awarded.

Both contracts’ values will be added here when available.

Package 11-A
• Scope – Detailed Design, Engineering, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Rigid Overhead Conductor System (ROCS) , Auxiliary Substations, 33 kV Cable Distribution Network, and Integration with other Systems
• Awarded to – Alstom Transport India Ltd – Alstom Transport S.A JV

MMRCL’s MD & Alstom’s executives – Photo Copyright: MMRCL

Package 11-B
• Scope – Detailed Design, Engineering, Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Power Supply works including Receiving Substations, 110 kV Cabling works, Traction Substations, Auxiliary Main Substations, Switching Stations, SCADA System, and Integration with other Systems
• Awarded to – Larsen & Toubro Ltd.

MMRCL’s MD and L&T’s executives – Photo Copyright: MMRCL

Meanwhile, technical bid evaluation is ongoing for the line’s tunnel ventilation system (TVS), environmental control system (EVS), elevators and lifts, signalling and telecom systems. Bids for the line’s rolling stock (31 trains x 8 coaches) and automatic fare collection (AFC) system are planned to be opened for evaluation on March 21 2018.

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


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5 Responses to "Alstom & L&T Awarded Mumbai Metro Line-3’s Electrification Contracts"

  1. Yash Mhadgut says:

    Why two packages? What exactly is the difference between the two?

    • Peter T. says:

      In India, they love to split works into several contracts just to claiming that this will help obtain more competitive bids. But the truth is that this creates more bureaucracy and maximizes the risk associated with lack of coordination between contractors.

      • Rishav Mahapatra says:

        ^oh really ? but what if they award the entire work to one contractor and he screws up ? ever thought about that case ?
        dividing the work among different contractors is good IMO

  2. Rupesh says:

    Dear TMRG,

    I understand the financial bids for TVS & ECS works have already been opened and Voltas, Blue Star Ltd and Sterling & Willson are Lowest in each lots of 3 lots. What is the status on that.

    With Tunnel work already in full swing, the Mumbai Metro should soon freeze the orders , any further updates ???


  3. Badruddin says:

    Badruddin OHE gang sir mera pas 50 Admi
    Hai jrurat hai to bolye


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