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The Noida Metro Rail Corporation Limited (NMRC) invites online bids from the eligible and experienced civil contractors for the construction of elevated viaducts and five stations of Noida-Gr. Noida Metro Rail Project.
Scope of Work
Contract NGNC-01: Part Design and Construction of Elevated Viaduct and 5 elevated stations viz Noida Sec-122, Noida Sec-123, Gr. Noida Sec-4, ECOTECH-12, Gr. Noida Sec-2, (excluding Architectural finishing Works and PEB works of stations) from Chainage 0.00 m to Chainage 9605 m of Noida – Gr. Noida Metro Rail Project.
Pre-bid meeting and contact point
A pre-bid meeting is scheduled on 10.06.2020 at 11.00 hrs at the following address:
Office of General Manager (Technical)
Noida Metro Rail Corporation,
Block-III, 3rd Floor, Ganga Shopping Complex,
Sector-29, Noida- 201301
Uttar Pradesh, India
Tender for appointment of detail design consultant (DDC) already floated in the last week of January this year. This project is part of the extension of the Noida Metro Aqua Line which is operational on a 29.7 km distance with 22 stations since January 25, 2019. The 14.958-km long Noida-Gr. Noida extension corridor will connect Noida Sec-71 to Knowledge Park with 9 metro stations.
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