L&T set to win ₹25,000 cr agreement for Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train venture

Larsen and Toubro has developed as the most reduced bidder to manufacture the biggest portion of the forthcoming fast rail line among Mumbai and Ahmedabad. The organization offer ₹24,985 crore for developing the 237.1 km line for the projectile train venture, beating two different offers drove by Tata Projects and Afcons Infrastructure Ltd.

L&T rose as the most reduced bidder after the National High-Speed Rail Corporation (NHSRCL) opened budgetary offers put together by the three framework improvement firms for bundle C4 on Monday. This bundle is the biggest among for the line’s development, speaking to 47% of the principle line of 508.17 km. L&T’s fragment begins at Maharashtra – Gujarat outskirt and goes up to Vadodara station and incorporates four stations, at Vapi, Bilimora, Surat and Bharuch in Gujarat.

The Mumbai-Ahmedabad projectile train passageway is being worked at an expense of ₹1.08 lakh crore with financing from the Japan International Cooperation Agency. NHSRCL had before said that the undertaking’s execution has eased back in light of the Coronavirus flare-up.

The NHSRCL welcomed offers for the Mumbai – Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail (additionally called the MAHSR Bullet Train venture) on March 15, 2019. Specialized offers were opened on September 23 in which three bidders qualified. The other two bidders were a consortium of Tata Projects Ltd. – J Kumar Infraprojects Ltd. – NCC Ltd. JV and Afcons Infrastructure Ltd. – Ircon International Ltd. – JMC Projects India Ltd. JV.

The extent of the work incorporates plan and development of common works alongside building works remembering testing and dispatching for configuration work for twofold line rapid railroad, including viaducts, spans, upkeep terminals, burrow, stations and so forth

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