3 Bidders for Noida Metro Aqua Line Extn’s Construction

Three construction firms have submitted bids for a 9.605 km extension of Noida Metro’s Aqua Line from Noida Sector-51 to Greater Noida Sector-2 after Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) opened technical bids today.

This is the fourth round of bidding for this section of the operational Aqua Line’s 14.95 km eastern extension (Sector 51 to Knowledge Park V) which was approved for construction by the Uttar Pradesh government in December 2019.

NMRC re-invited bids in May-end with a Rs. 563.04 crore estimate and a 24 month deadline.

Bidders

  • Ashoka Buildcon
  • GR Infraprojects
  • Sam India Builtwell

Package: NGNC-01

Brief Scope: Part Design and Construction of Elevated Viaduct and 5 elevated stations viz NOIDA SEC -122, NOIDA SEC-123 GR. NOIDA SEC-4 ECOTECH-12 GR NOIDA SEC-2 (excluding Architectural finishing Works and PEB works of stations) from Chainage 0.00 m to Chainage 9605 m of Noida -Greater Noida Metro Rail Project.

This package consists 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

NMRC wasn’t satisfied with just 2 bidders (GR and Sam) in the past 3 rounds – see recap. With the addition of Ashoka, I’m curious to see if they’re now finally satisfied.

If the tender isn’t cancelled by August 1, then I’d imagine technical bid evaluation of all 3 bids would have started. Stay tuned…

For more updates, check out the Noida section or my Home Page!

– TMRG

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9 Responses to "3 Bidders for Noida Metro Aqua Line Extn’s Construction"

  1. Brijit Gupta says:

    Will they use the QCBS 70:30 ratio for this evaluation as well?

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    • TMRG says:

      Naah – that’s used for General Consultant type contracts.

      Will be 2 stage (technical qualification followed by financial opening)

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      • MB says:

        Do you think metro will have any positive impact on real estate prices on this route?

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        • Akash says:

          The real estate will be impacted positively with small percentage rise in prices and occupancy. The only issue in that region has is supply of real estate outstrips demand.

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      • ASHISH METI says:

        What are timelines for technical bid and financial bid ?

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      • Brijit Gupta says:

        Ok.
        I hope this time we do have some conclusion on this package 😅

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  2. Aditya says:

    Waiting for the next post which says tender has been cancelled. Btw, when are u coming back on twitter ?

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  3. Ravi says:

    This greater west metro work will start after coming election….and it will get completed before next election which is in 2027….I bet 101%…so noida extension walo..wait till 2027…..

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  4. Himat kumar says:

    It will fulfill the long due demand of people of western Noida.

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