Metros Tenders

Bids Invited for Indore Metro’s Super Corridor Route


Madhya Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation (MPMRC) on Wednesday invited tenders (bids) for the construction of Indore Metro’s 10.927 km MR10 Road Station – Gandhi Nagar Station section with 9 elevated stations on ‘Super Corridor’ road.

Package IN-03 is Indore Metro’s second notice in the past fortnight (other was IN-02 for 7 stations between ISBT/MR10 Flyover and Radisson Square), and the very first integrated package with both viaduct & station work.

MPMRC now interestingly refers to Line-3 as Indore Metro’s Yellow Line. This line of the Phase 1 project will form a ring around the city and connect Palasia – Railway Station – Rajwara – Airport – Bhawarsala via 30 elevated stations.

Tender No: 273/MPMRCL/2021/Package IN-03

Package: IN-03

  • Estimated Cost: Rs. 1000 crore
  • Deadline / Completion Period: 847 days (2.32 years)
  • Pre-Bid Meeting: March 31, 2021 at 11 am
  • Bid Submission End Date: April 30 2021 at 4 PM
  • Technical Bid Opening Date: May 1 at 4:30 PM

Brief Scope: Design and Construction of Elevated Viaduct between Ch.14+488 & Ch.25+415, viaduct connecting Depot leading upto interface location, Nine (9) Elevated Metro Rail Stations including all Civil, Structural, Roof structure, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) works, Architectural finishes, Façade, Entry/Exits, FOB, Viaduct within the stations including Transition spans” for Indore Metro Rail Project Yellow Line.

The 9 stations will be located at Gandhi Nagar, Super Corridor 6, Super Corridor 5, Super Corridor 4, Super Corridor 3, Super Corridor 2 and Super Corridor 1, Bhawarsala Square and MR 10 Road. Scope also includes constructing a roughly 575m depot-line.

Map of Gandhi Nagar – MR 10 section of Yellow Line via the tender docs – view Indore Metro info & full map

Per the notice, this package will be funded through equity contribution of Government of India (GoI) and Government of Madhya Pradesh (GoMP), and not by ADB – the chief lender of the project.

Things on this project – at least on the tendering front – are now finally moving along. Prior to recent developments, tendering had been on-hold for over 31 months since the 1st notice, for a 5.29 km viaduct, came out in 2018 and was won by Dilip Buildcon.

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