Tata Projects Limited has announced that the joint venture of Tata Projects Limited - Daewoo has been declared lowest bidder in the two packages of MTHL (Mumbai Trans Harbour Link) Project. MMRDA opened bids for 2 packages of Mumbai Metro Trans Harbour Link project on September 14, 2017. It is a landmark mega infrastructure project in heavy civil engineering as it entails bridge construction of approximately 18 kms in the sea and approximately 4 kms on land.
The project is split into three packages; the Tata Projects Limited - Daewoo JV had participated in the two packages covering the sea part of the bridge, and got declared lowest bidder in both the packages.
The package details where Tata Projects Limited is L1 are as follows:
Mumbai Trans Harbour Link Project (Package-1) Construction of a 10.380 kms long bridge section (CH 0+000 - CH 10+380) across the Mumbai Bay including Sewri Interchange
Tata Projects Limited-Daewoo JV Price - INR 7,339 Crores (Client Estimated Budget - INR 6,600 Crores)
Mumbai Trans Harbour Link Project (Package-2) (Construction of a 7.807 kms long bridge section (CH 10+380 - CH18+187) across the Mumbai Bay including Shivaji Nagar Interchange
Tata Projects Limited-Daewoo JV Price - INR 5,612 Crores (Client Estimated Budget - INR 4,900 Crores)
Only one package can be awarded to the Tata Projects Limited - Daewoo Consortium as per contract conditions and the decision on the award of the package rests with the Employer, which shall be communicated in due course of time.
The other bidders whose financial bid was opened were L&T-IHI JV, HCC-SK E&C and ITD-Simplex-SMCC.
@EPC World Media