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In response to the tender called for providing general consultancy services for various upcoming mass rapid transit projects in Maharashtra, the Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation (Maha Metro) has received a single bid from the AECOM-led joint venture firms.
Maha Metro recently revealed that after the opening of the technical bids received against the tender called from the global engineering consultancy firms the authority has received a single bid from a consortium of AECOM, Systra MVA Consulting and Consulting Engineers Group (CEG).
Last year on 21 December 2019, MahaMetro had invited global bids (vide Tender No. M1CONSUL-03/2019) from the design and engineering firms for the engagement of general consultants for Maha Metro projects.
As per the tender notice, Maha Metro was seeking assistance in design, supervision, safety, quality control, and contract management for the Phase II of Nagpur Metro and Pune Metro, and Phase I of Thane Metro Rail and Nashik Metro Neo projects. The General Consultant will be responsible for providing system consultancy services for major systems including 25kV Overhead system, the procurement of Rolling Stock and Communication-based Train Control/Signalling system for all upcoming new and expansion of existing MRTS projects.
Now, it is upon Maha Metro to appoint the sole bidder i.e. the consortium of AECOM, Systra MVA Consulting and Consulting Engineers Group (CEG) or may call new tenders to get other global consultants.
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