Five firms take part in the bidding process of Bangalore Metro’s Airport Line


Bangalore, India (Metro Rail Today): As the deadline is very near and fixed after repeated postponements, of Bangalore Metro’s KR Puram-Kempegowda International Line expiring on June 29, now BMRCL has now come to light that five companies had bid for the airport line.

The contract was tendered out in the form of three packages, Chief Public Relations Officer, Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd, B L Yashvanth Chavan was stated saying. 

The maximum participation was witnessed for the third package, a 15-km line with two stations at Bettahalasuru and Doddajala. Bids for this stretch, estimated to cross Rs 620 crore, had come from Afcons Infrastructure Ltd, ITD Cementation Ltd, NCC Ltd, the joint-venture (JV) between Infra Projects-Gulermak and SNC-Cherian Varkey Construction Company (CVCC), he was stated saying.   

The first package for Rs 640 crore had the least with three bidders: Afcons, NCC and SNC-CVCC. It involves building a link line to Baiyappanahalli and eight stations of Kasturi Nagar, Horamavu, HRBR Layout, Kalyan Nagar, Nagawara, Veeranapalya, Kempapura and HBR Layout. The second package with five stations had four out of five bidders taking part. Only ITD Cementation India did not present any bid. The selected firm could get a minimum of two years time to complete the project. 


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