MIA secures contract for Phulapokhari Depot in Bhubaneswar Metro
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MIA secures contract for Phulapokhari Depot in Bhubaneswar Metro

MIA Construction was declared as the lowest bidder by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation for the civil construction work of Phulapkhari Depot & Workshop of Bhubaneswar Metro Phase 1 project. It was announced that Phulapokhar depot would be constructed under Package BBC-02 on a 16-hectare plot in Phulapokhari. It was stated that this depot would accommodate three coach trains to maintain Bhubaneswar Metro?s 26 km Line-1. The Contract BBC-02 was said to entail Civil Works for the Construction of Bhubaneswar Metro Depot Cum Workshop, OCC Buildings including Plumbing, Drainage, External Development Works, etc., and Road Works of Bhubaneswar MRTS Phase-I Project.

It was further explained that Contract BBC-02 involved civil works for the Bhubaneswar Metro Depot cum Workshop, including the construction of OCC (Operations Control Centre) buildings. The scope was said to cover a broad range of tasks, such as plumbing, drainage systems, and various external development activities. Additionally, it was mentioned that the contract included the development of road infrastructure, which was part of the Bhubaneswar MRTS (Mass Rapid Transit System) Phase-I Project. It was noted that in January 2024, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation had floated the tender for the civil work of Phulapokhari Depot, estimating the cost at Rs 1.04 billion and providing a 36-month (3-year) deadline for completion of work.

MIA Construction was declared as the lowest bidder by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation for the civil construction work of Phulapkhari Depot & Workshop of Bhubaneswar Metro Phase 1 project. It was announced that Phulapokhar depot would be constructed under Package BBC-02 on a 16-hectare plot in Phulapokhari. It was stated that this depot would accommodate three coach trains to maintain Bhubaneswar Metro?s 26 km Line-1. The Contract BBC-02 was said to entail Civil Works for the Construction of Bhubaneswar Metro Depot Cum Workshop, OCC Buildings including Plumbing, Drainage, External Development Works, etc., and Road Works of Bhubaneswar MRTS Phase-I Project. It was further explained that Contract BBC-02 involved civil works for the Bhubaneswar Metro Depot cum Workshop, including the construction of OCC (Operations Control Centre) buildings. The scope was said to cover a broad range of tasks, such as plumbing, drainage systems, and various external development activities. Additionally, it was mentioned that the contract included the development of road infrastructure, which was part of the Bhubaneswar MRTS (Mass Rapid Transit System) Phase-I Project. It was noted that in January 2024, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation had floated the tender for the civil work of Phulapokhari Depot, estimating the cost at Rs 1.04 billion and providing a 36-month (3-year) deadline for completion of work.

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