Gurugram, India (Metro Rail Today): The Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation (HRIDC) has opened the technical bids for the first tunnel construction package (C-4) of the 121.7 km Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor (HORC) Project on 17th February 2023.
As per information shared by HRIDC, the six firms have submitted their bids to construct 4.7 km tunnel for Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor. The names of these firms are:
The scope of work includes under Package C-4:
i) Design & Construction of Twin Tunnel using NATM and Cut & Cover method from km 24.880 to km 29.580;
ii) Design & Installation of Ballastless Track (excluding supply of rails) from km 24.856 to km 29.680;
iii) Detailed Design, Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of General Electrical Services including Supply, Erection, Testing and Commissioning of 11kV HT/LT Power and Control Cable Network, GIS Substation (11/0.433) kVA, Tunnel lighting system, etc. from km 24.880 to km 29.680;
iv) Design & Construction of Embankment, Bridges and other miscellaneous works from km 12.00 to km 18.00. Now all bids have been sent for technical evaluation.
In May 2022, HRIDC had awarded the first civil contract (Package C1) to KEC Buildcon Private Limited for the construction of 5.9 km priority section (Manesar-Patli Station) of Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor Project.
In October 2022, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had laid the foundation stone of Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor. The estimated cost of this project is Rs 5,618.00 crore.
For more details, please explore Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor page of Metro Rail Today.