6 Bidders for Revas – Karanja Bridge’s Work Near Mumbai

6 firms have submitted bids for the civil construction of a new 2.04 km bridge between Revas – Karanja over Dharamtar Creek after Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) opened technical bids today.

This 4 lane bridge on SH-4 (Revas – Reddi Coastal Highway) in Raigad District will cut down the driving distance between Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) and Alibaug from approximately 55 km to 30 km.

The 29.50m wide bridge will support a design speed of 80 kmph and include a 1.5m wide footpath on either side. At Karanja, a 5.13 km long approach road will be built while at Revas a 1.71 km road will be constructed on stilts.

MSRDC had invited tenders for its civil construction in October 2022 with a Rs. 897.68 crore estimate and 1080 day (2.95 year) completion deadline.


  • Afcons Infrastructure (AIL)
  • Ashoka Buildcon (ABL)
  • Larsen & Toubro (L&T)
  • J Kumar Infraprojects (JKIL)
  • Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd (RVNL)
  • SP Singla Constructions (SPSCL)

MSRDC’s Brief Scope: Construction of Four lanes Major Bridge across Dharamtar Creek connecting Revas to Karanja on Revas Reddi Coastal Highway MSH04 District Raigad

Bridge’s design rendering – via MSRDC’s tender docs
Revas – Karanja Bridge’s location south-east of Mumbai

The bids have now been sent for technical evaluation which can take a couple months to complete. When that is done, the financial bids of the technically qualified bidders will be opened to reveal who’s the lowest bidder and most likely contractor.

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One Response to "6 Bidders for Revas – Karanja Bridge’s Work Near Mumbai"

  1. Arvind Nigale says:

    Very welcome development as it will open up one more access route to enter into the Mumbai island from the mainland.


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