Afcons Launches Ahmedabad Metro Phase 2 Sabarmati Bridge’s 1st Segment

Afcons Infrastructure last week launched their first precast box segment for 28.254 km Ahmedabad Metro Phase 2 project‘s Sabarmati River Bridge near Gandhinagar.

This new bridge of Phase 2’s 14.36 km Package C1 will be approximately 810m long and form a crucial link between Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) and GIFT City. Its construction site is located 19.3 km upstream from the Blue Line’s 298m Sabarmati Bridge built by Tata Projects – CCECC JV in Phase 1 between 2018-2021.

Photo by Jayneet Kuril
Photo by Jayneet Kuril

Gujarat Metro Rail Corporation (GMRC) had awarded Afcons with 14.36 km Package C1’s construction contract in Q4 2020. Their scope includes the line’s 8.124 km elevated section from Motera Stadium to GNLU with 8 stations at Koteshwar Road, Vishwakarma College, Tapovan Circle, Narmada Canal, Koba Circle, Juna Koba, Koba Gam, and GNLU.

It also includes the 5.42 km section from GNLU to GIFT City with a bridge over Sabarmati River and 2 stations at Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU) and Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City).

Afcons’ team had started pier work in May 2021 and launched the first U-girder in December 2021.

Indicative route from Motera Stadium to Mahatma Mandir & GIFT City – view Ahmedabad Metro Phase 2 info & route map
Photo by Jayneet Kuril
Photo by Jayneet Kuril

Back in March, Ranjit Buildcon began launching U-girders for Phase 2’s 7.553 km Package C3 (Sector-1 – Mahatma Mandir).

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2 Responses to "Afcons Launches Ahmedabad Metro Phase 2 Sabarmati Bridge’s 1st Segment"

  1. Gomes Clevin Clement says:

    Any updates of new Indroda Depot of Ahmedabad Metro Phase 2 ?


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