NCC & Relcon Awarded Mumbai Metro Line-7’s Station Facade Work

NCC Ltd. & Relcon Infraprojects Ltd. have each been awarded two station facade contracts for a total of 8 stations on Mumbai Metro’s 16.5 km Line-7 / Red Line which will connect Andheri East – Dahisar East through 14 stations.

MMRDA had invited bids for three packages (CA-99A/B/C) comprising a total of 12 stations in May-end with a 6 month period of completion. The contract for Package CA-99B was awarded to J Kumar Infraprojects with a value of Rs. 49.83 crore.

Final contract values for CA-99 A & C are unknown at this time, and I’ll update this section whenever known.

MMRDA/MMRP/CA-99A

Scope: External Facade Works for 4 Elevated Stations viz: Gundavali, Mogra, Jogeshwari (East), Goregaon (East) of line 7 (Andheri East to Dahisar East) of Mumbai Metro Rail Project of MMRDA

Awarded to: Relcon Infraprojects Ltd.

MMRDA/MMRP/CA-99C

Scope: External Facade Works for 4 Elevated Stations viz: Magathane, Devipada, Rashtriya Udyan and Ovaripada of line 7 (Andheri East to Dahisar East) of Mumbai Metro Rail Project of MMRDA

Awarded to: NCC Ltd.

Here’s a render of Line-7’s Akurli Station (formerly Bandongri) to give an idea of how this line’s stations will look like. Actual site images from May of facade works in an advanced stage of completion can be viewed here.

Akurli Station (formerly Bandongri)’s design rendering – Credit: Studio Archohm

This is NCC’s fourth contract for Line-7’s works. Others include:

  • Civil Package CA03: Mahindra & Mahindra to Dahisar East (viaduct & 5 stations) – view information
  • Civil Package CA92: Balance/Pending work at 4 elevated stations of package-1: Andheri Metro (East), Shankarwadi, JVLR Junction, Mahanand – view information
  • Package CA39(R): Anti-carbonation coating on exposed concrete surfaces for the entire line

Meanwhile on Mumbai Metro’s Line-2A, Godrej & Boyce has started setting up their local site office for similar station facade work at 9 stations they won in August. Here are some snaps shot by a follower on Twitter –

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

– TMRG

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