NMRC Cancels Noida Metro Extension’s Civil Tender

Noida Metro Rail Limited (NMRC) today canceled the tender process for the construction of a 9.605 km extension of Noida Metro’s Aqua Line from Noida Sector-51 to Greater Noida Sector-2 due to “administrative reasons”.

NMRC had invited tenders for this civil package in May with an estimate of Rs. 430.69 crore, and received bids from 3 firms on July 15 – NCC Ltd., Sam India Builtwell Pvt. Ltd., and an unknown non-construction firm called Shrisay Infotech which is suspected to either have bid for the wrong tender or placed a bid on behalf of a small-time contractor.

NMRC’s MD Ritu Maheshwari earlier this week revealed to TOI that they will “float the tender again as only two respondents surfaced“.

This civil package is a part of a 14.95 km further extension of the 29.7 km Line-1 from Sector 51 to Knowledge Park V which was approved for construction by Uttar Pradesh government’s cabinet on December 3, 2019.

It will consist of 5 elevated stations at Noida Sector 122, Noida Sector 123, Greater Noida Sector 4, Ecotech 12 (Tech Zone) and Greater Noida Sector 2.

Indicative location of stations between Noida Sector 51 & Greater Noida Sector 2 – view Noida Metro info & map

For more updates, check out the Noida – Greater Noida section of The Metro Rail Guy!

– TMRG

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7 Responses to "NMRC Cancels Noida Metro Extension’s Civil Tender"

  1. Himanshu Doria says:

    Looks like the bidding amount was much more than their estimate.

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  2. Abhishek Threja says:

    Any update about Faridabad – Gurugram metro line

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    • TMRG says:

      Haryana government makes random “approval” announcements from time to time, as you’re probably aware. They made one earlier this week. I’ll believe it when I see a tender notice 🙂

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  3. Prashant Sohla says:

    So when it will be re-tender, Any news?

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  4. Arun says:

    What is the status of 1-2 KM patch of Pink Line Delhi metro?

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