SYSTRA Bids for Gurugram Metro HUDA – Cyber City Line’s DDC Contract

April 5, 2024 Update: HMRTC has canceled the tender yet again.

March 18, 2024 Original Post: SYSTRA MVA Consulting (India) is the only bidder for the Detailed Design Consultant (DDC) contract GGNCCDD-15(R2) of Gurgaon Metro’s 28.5 km line connecting HUDA Millenium City Centre and Cyber City.

This elevated new corridor by Haryana Mass Rapid Transport Corporation Ltd (HMRTC) will form a ring line through Gurugram and Old Gurugram via 27 stations. The project was approved for construction by the Indian Government’s Union Cabinet in June 2023 with an estimated cost of Rs. 5452 crore.

This is the third round of tendering for this long-delayed contract. Back in August 2022, HMRTC received 1 bid from Egis Rail, and then in May 2023 they received 3 bids from Egis, STUP Consultants and Spectrum Consultants – Tandon Consultants – Fountainhead JV.

HMRTC re-invited bids in February 2024 with a Rs. 19.12 crore estimate and 48 month contract duration. Systra’s technical bid was opened this afternoon.

Brief Scope: Detail Design Consultant DDC for Civil Architectural and E and M works of Elevated section 28.5 km having 27 Stations Main Corridor from Millennium City Centre to Cyber City Gurugram 26.65 Km and Spur from Basai Village to Dwarka Expressway

Route of HUDA Millennium City Centre – Cybercity line via PIB’s press release – view Gurgaon Metro info & route map

If HMRTC is satisfied with the participation in this round, then Systra’s bid will undergo technical evaluation which can take a couple months to complete. If Systra qualifies, then their financial bid will be opened to see if their bid is within a certain range of the budgeted estimate for a contract to be awarded.

Besides an interchange with the Delhi Metro’s Yellow Line and Gurgaon’s Rapid Metro, this line will likely have an interchange with the 72 km Delhi – Dharuhera (RRTS) line at Cyber City and Hero Honda Chowk.

Due to the delay in assigning a DDC, the chances of construction starting in 2024 are now slim given the time required to prepare detailed designs and to conduct the bidding process for civil construction.

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8 Responses to "SYSTRA Bids for Gurugram Metro HUDA – Cyber City Line’s DDC Contract"

  1. Kartik says:

    I still propose this line to be an extension of yellow line instead of a new line altogether.

  2. Rohan says:

    Who wants to start a petition to have UPMRC take over this project?

  3. Praveen says:

    Yes instead of making circles, better extent yellow line till hero Honda circle and blue line from Dwarka to Honda circle via old Gurugram area,then both the sides it will be well connected to dehli,,

  4. Mukund says:

    Don’t know why PMO is not allowing to connect this line with dwarka sec 21. Just troubling common man by not extending yellow and blue line. Who wants a separate haryana metro? Totally useless concept. Looks like few sadist are there who just doesn’t want public to be happy.

  5. C K Ramaswamy says:

    To benefit residents of Dwarka Expressway, metro or rapid metro or other mass rapid transit system should be covered exhaustively. Leaving these residents out would be a mistake like late starting of metro in Dwarka sub city.

  6. Kamal says:

    I am sure that this project will lag behind it’s schedule and will not be completed before 2030.

  7. RJ says:

    It’s not going to be in place for next 10 yrs.. after election govt will change in haryana and project will be scrapped or re-evaluated from scratch

    • Anikait says:

      That wont happen.Metro rail projects once approved are very unlikely to be stopped.State and Center have equal partnership.Also international banks will fund so state govt cant take decision on own.It may get delayed but not stopped


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