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After the opening of technical bids of Civil Contract Package 3 (DC-03) of Delhi Metro Phase IV on today, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has found that among two bidders viz. SAM India-Gulermak JV and Longjian–KEC JV, only SAM India-Gulermak JV is found technically qualified.
After terminating tender which was earlier awarded to Dilip Buildcon Limited, DMRC re-invited tenders for the 7.473 km long Haiderpur Badli Mor–Ashok Vihar section in January 2020. The tender was canceled by DMRC citing high rates quoted by the Dilip Buildcon Limited.
The scope of work of this contract package (DC-03) includes part design and construction of Elevated Viaduct, Elevated Ramp, Siding lines, Viaduct for connection to Mukundpur Depot and four Elevated Stations viz. Bhalswa, Majlis Park, Azadpur and Ashok Vihar (Excluding Architectural Finishing work, Steel FOB (except at Ashok Vihar station which is including) & PEB works of stations) from Chainage 15206.166 m to 22680.000 m of Janakpuri West to R.K. Ashram Corridor (Extn. Of Line-8) of Phase-IV of Delhi MRTS and partly integrated and a partly independent flyover of PWD between Azadpur and Derawal Nagar on G.T. Road
In the technical evaluation report issued by DMRC today, it has been said that only SAM India-Gulermak JV has been found to be technically compliant to the tender conditions and the second bidder Longjian–KEC International JV has been found to be technically non-compliant. The technical bids opened on 19 February 2020. Therefore, the financial bids of the second bidder i.e. Longjian–KEC International JV will not be opened.
As only two bidders participated in this contract package (DC-03) and one is technically disqualified, the SAM India-Gulermak JV is likely to be awarded the contract if their rates are not much higher than the estimated contract value i.e. Rs 755.41 crore like Dilip Buildcon Limited.
The letter of acceptance (LoA) will be issued after opening and evaluation of financial bids submitted by SAM India Builtwell-Gulermak JV.
Civil Contract Package 1, 2 and 4 of Delhi Metro Phase IV already awarded and construction work started on the respective corridors.
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