947 cr Chennai Metro orders
Construction firm Gammon India today said it has bagged two orders worth Rs 1,947 crore from Chennai Metro Rail (CMRL) for the design and construction of seven underground stations.
“Gammon India has been awarded UAA 02 a oakley outlet nd UAA 03. The two project contracts have a value of Rs 932.88 crore and Rs 1,047.42 crore,” it said in a communique to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE).
These contracts (UAA 01 and UAA 05) are part of a five tender package floated by CMRL for the design and construction of underground stations and associated tunnels, covering a total l oakley outlet ength of 18 k oakley outlet m and 19 underground stations, it added.
“The scope of work for both packages involves construction of seven underground stations at Govt Estate, LIC Building, Thousand Light, Gemini, Teynampet, Chamiers Road and Saidapet, alon oakley outlet g with twin bored tunnels covering a total length of over 6.4 km,” the statement said.
Gammon India will execute the orders alongside its joint venture partner, OJSC Mosmetrostory, which has technological know how and expertise in underground tunneling.
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Gammon’s Moscow based joint venture partner has 80 years’ experience in metro development and has constructed over 177 stations and laid more than 300 km of railway lines, Gammon said.