As a part of an open e-tender, UP (Uttar Pradesh) Metro Rail Corp is pleased to receive tenders from international parties for the design and construction of seven underground stations, one tunnel, and ramps for the Agra Line 1 metro in, India. The tender is worth nearly US$300m.
As mentioned before, the tender AGCC-02 includes the design and construction of a 7.93km TBM-bored tunnel, sections of cut and cover, underground ramp, elevated ramp, and seven underground stations at Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Jama Masjid, SN Medical College, Agra College, Raja ki Mandi and RBS College.
It is expected from the contractor to complete the works in 2 years, and use several TBMs for the mining.
Tenders must be submitted electronically from 5 to 12 October 2021. Extra details are available here.
This metro is going to have two lines passing across the city center and is going to connect globally famous tourist attractions such as the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. The seven underground stations to be built as part of the bid will lie on the 14km-long Line 1 stretching from Sikandra to Taj East Gate. Totally, it will have 13 stations, six of which will be elevated.