CIDCO – Navi Mumbai Metro Rail – Maharashtra - Project Profile
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The City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra (CIDCO) is undertaking the rail project in Maharashtra, India.
The project involves the construction of 117.3km elevated metro railway line. The project is planned to be implemented in six corridors.
Corridor I of the project includes the construction of 28.3km railway line from Uran to Ranjanpada to Nerul. It includes the construction of 10 stations named Seawoods, Sagar Sangam, Targhar, Bamandongari, Kharkopar, Gavhan, Ranjanpada, Nava-Sheva, Dronagiri and Uran.
Corridor II includes the construction of 21km km railway line from Belapur to Khandeshwar terminating at the new planned Navi Mumbai Airport.
Corridor III includes the construction of 33.5km railway line from Colaba to Bandra to Seepz. It includes the construction of 27 stations, out of which 26 will be underground and one at the ground level, named Cuffe Parade, Vidhan Bhavan, Churchgate, Hutatma Chowk, CST, Kalbadevi, Girgaon, Grant Road, Mumbai Central, Mahalaxmi, Science Museum, Acharya Atre Chowk, Worli, Siddhi Vinayak, Dadar, Shitaladevi Temple, Dharavi, BKC, Vidya Nagari, Santacruz, Domestic Airport, Sahar Road, International Airport, Marol Naka, MIDC, Seepz and Goregaon.
Corridor III will be implemented in four phases. The first phase includes Kanjurmarg-Seepz, the second phase includes Seepz-Bandra Kurla Complex, the third phase includes Bandra Kurla Complex-Science Museum and the fourth phase includes Science Museum-Colaba.
Corridor IV includes the construction of 14km railway line from Ranjanpada to Kharkopar to Seawoods.
Corridor V includes the construction of 20km railway line from Dighe to Turbhe to Belapur.
Corridor VI of the project, includes the construction of 9km railway line from Vashi to Ghansoli to Mahape.
The project includes the construction of viaducts, elevated rail tracks, elevated stations, 3.2m wide coaches, the installation of electrical lines, fire fighting and safety equipments, advanced signaling system and other related facilities.
In April 2010, the project received formal approval from the concern authorities for the development.
In September 2010, CIDCO was authorized as the system's implementing agency by the Government of Maharashtra. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation was appointed as master planner of the complete project.
LEA Associates South Asia Pvt Ltd has been appointed as planner.
Corridor II of the project will be implemented in three phases. Phase I of the Corridor II, involves the construction of 11.1km railway line from Belapur to Pendher; phase II of the Corridor II, will include the construction of 2.2km railway line from Pendher to MIDC; and Phase III will include the construction of 8.15km railway line from MIDC to Khandeshwar and it was decided to construct Corridor II (Belapur to Khandeshwar) first.
Phase I of the Corridor II is an investment of US$458 million.
In August 2011, J Kumar and Nagarjuna Construction Company were appointed as the construction contractors on phase I of Corridor II whose scope of the work includes construction of 11.1km Belapur-Pendhar elevated stretch railway line on 140 pillars and nine stations.
Louis Berger and Balaji Rail Road Systems were appointed as general consultants for the project. A consortium of Sanjose, Mahavira Road and Infrastructure and Supreme Infrastructure were appointed as the design-build contractor for eleven stations of Phase I of Corridor II.
In October 2011, construction works on phase I of Corridor II were initiated.
In July 2012, seven consortia had submitted bids to provide rolling stock for the first 11km line between Belapur and Pendhar. The consortia are L&T-BEML-Invensys, Bombardier-Isolux, Ansaldo STS-TATA Projects-CNR, Siemens - Siemens AG, ALSTOM Consortium, the CAF Consortium and The Hyundai Rotem - Balfour Betty consortium.
On January 29, 2013, CIDCO has issued Request for Proposal (RFP) for supply of rolling stock with submission deadline as April 22, 2013.
In October 2013, CIDCO recieved pre-qualification bids from three bidders for work on rolling stock, signaling, electrification, telecom, track work, automatic ticket collection and depot equipments on Phase I of the Corridor II.
Alstom France, Ansaldo Italy and a consortium of L&T, Hyundai Rotem and Thales were shortlisted as preferred bidders.
In March 2014, 14 companies in joint ventures submitted pre-qualification bids for the construction of the city’s first underground Metro rail from Colaba to Seepz via Bandra (Corridor III).
The firms which have responded to the pre-qualification bids are Consortium of Afcons Infrastructure-Kyivmetrobud, Continental Engineering Corporation-ITD Cementation India-Tata Projects, CTCEC- Pan India Infrastructures Pvt Ltd, Dogus-Soma, IL&FS Engineering and Construction-China Railway 25th Bureau Group, J Kumar Infraprojects-China Railway 3 Engineering Group, L&T-Shanghai Tunnel Engineering, Moscow Metrostroy-HCC, OHL-SK Engineering & Construction, Pratibha-GDYT Consortium, Sacyr-CMC-Essar, Salin Impreglio-Gammon Infra, Strabag-AG-Patel Engineering, IVRCL-China Railway Tunnel Group.
In July 2014, consortium led by Ansaldo STS and including Tata Projects and CSR Zhuzhou was awarded a contract for electrical and mechanical (E&M) systems for the project. The contract covers the design, installation, testing and commissioning of the E&M works. Ansaldo STS is responsible for systems integration as well as the supply of Communications-Based Train Control, telecoms, automatic fare collection and equipment storage.
In September 2014, nine consortia have qualified in the pre-bid process (Corridor III). The shortlisted firms are Afocons Infrastructure-Kyivmetrobud, Continental Engineering Corporation-ITD Cementation India-Tata Projects, Dogus-Soma, IL&FS Engineering and Construction-China Railway 25th Bureau Group, J Kumar Infraprojects-China Railway 3 Engineering Group, L&T-Shanghai Tunnel Engineering, Moscow Metrostroy-HCC, Pratibha-GDYT Consortium, and IVRCL-China Railway Tunnel Group.
The project will funded by Japanese funding agency JICA, by getting a soft loan of US$2,150 million.
AECOM Asia Company Ltd-led consortium have been appointed as Engineering Consultant to assist in design, safety & contract management for Corridor III. The consortium, led by AECOM Asia Hong Kong comprises Padeco, Japan; LBG Inc, USA and Egis Rail, France.
In December 2015, bids were invited for design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of rolling stock for Corridor III.
As of December 2015, construction contractor is not yet appointed for Corridor III.
As of February 2016, 58% of the station work is complete, 65% of headway has been made on the depot, work on systems has progressed to only 25% and 92% of Viaduct works is completed on Phase I of corridor II.
As of March 2016, construction works on the remaining phases of corridor II is scheduled to commence in the first quarter of 2017.
On July 5, 2016, Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (MMRC) has awarded the Letter of Acceptance for US$420 million contract for design and construction of underground section including three underground stations at Siddhi Vinayak, Shitaladevi Temple and associated board tunnels to Joint venture of Continental Engineering Corporation, ITD Cementation India Limited, and Tata Projects Limited
On July 06, 2016, J Kumar Infraprojects-China Railway Construction Engineering Group joint venture was awarded a contract for Corridor III of the project.
In January 2017, Contract terminated for Phase I of the Corridor II.
On March 1, 2017, CIDCO re-issued a tender to appoint a contractor for Phase I of the Corridor II construction of 11.1km railway line from Belapur to Pendher with a submission deadline December 2017.
40% of the work remains to be completed for the 11 stations for Phase I of the Corridor II. Construction works on phase I of Corridor II scheduled to be completed in May 2018.
On June 9, 2017, three companies are the shortlisted bidders for the construction contract of the car depot for Corridor III.
On June 21, 2017, Alstom Transport India Ltd India & Alstom Transport S.A France (Consortium), CAF S.A, Spain, CRRC Nanjing, CRRC Changchun & CRRC International Corporation Ltd China (Consortium), Hitachi Ltd, Japan, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Japan& BHEL ((Consortium) India and Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan these are the shortlisted bidders for design, manufacture, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of rolling stock on Corridor III.
On June 23, 2017, Sam (India) Builtwell Private Limited was awarded construction contractor for car depot and construction is expected to commence in September 2017 on Corridor III.
Construction activities on phase one are scheduled to be completed in December 2018, the second phase in June 2019, the third phase in December 2019, fourth phase by April 2020 of Corridor III.
The Navi Mumbai Metro Rail project involves construction of 117.3km elevated metro railway line in Maharashtra, India.
The US$4,900 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 28.3km railway line in Corridor I
2. Construction of 21km railway line in Corridor II
3. Construction of 33.5km railway line in Corridor III
4. Construction of 14km railway line in Corridor IV
5. Construction of 20km railway line in Corridor V
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