Goodbye Projects has won a request from the Chennai Metro Rail to assemble a nine-kilometer underground stretch with four stations for an expected expense of Rs 1,999 crore.
The venture is essential for stage 2/passageway 3 of the Chennai metro and falls between Venugopal Nagar and Kellys Station, the organization said on Wednesday without uncovering the request esteem.
A source at the organization said the venture is for Rs 1,999 crore.
The work includes the development of the nine-kilometer twin exhausted burrows, totaling 18 kilometers, from Venugopal Nagar to Kellys Station. The work must be finished in four years.
It likewise includes the development of the stomach dividers of the station box and passage/leave designs of the Madhavaram Milk Colony, Murari Hospital, Ayanavaram, and Purasaiwakkam High Road stations, including sending off and recovery shafts as expected at these stations.
Raman Kapil, VP and head of metros and passages specialty unit at Tata Projects, said they have gotten the letter of acknowledgment from the Chennai metro specialists.
Goodbye Projects is additionally executing underground metro projects in Mumbai and Pune, and has finished Lucknow Metro’s underground segment.
Goodbye Projects works through its four vital business gatherings – – modern frameworks, center infra, metropolitan infra and administrations unit.
The organization embraces turnkey projects for power age organizations, power transmission and conveyance frameworks, completely incorporated rail and metro frameworks, business structures and air terminals, and compound plants, among others.