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Borivali station in Mumbai to be redeveloped

Ministry of Railways (MOR) as part of its policy of redevelopment of Railway stations across the country has entrusted Indian Railway Station Development Corporation (IRSDC) as the nodal agency for the work of redevelopment of the railway stations with modern passenger amenities along with exploitation of commercial development on leasehold rights on the vacant railway land and air space at the railway stations. IRSDC has appointed RITES as Project Management Consultant for nine railway stations.

RITES has now invited open tenders for the appointment of Technical consultant for providing Architectural Planning & Engineering services for preparation of Station development plan for Re-development of Borivali (BVI) Railway station in Mumbai along with commercial development of land parcels adjoining the Railway station.

The station redevelopment program involves intense involvement and is to be successfully delivered in the time frame. RITES intends to engage firms with sufficient technical manpower and available project delivery bandwidth Under this program RITES shall limit the award of consultancy assignment up to 2 (two) Stations / Assignment to the Selected Consultant. If the Selected Consultant having been awarded consultancy assignment for 2 stations has participated in the other tenders of RITES for consultancy assignment of other Railway stations, then his bid shall not be considered for the other stations and shall be considered as invalid / not admissible.

It is anticipated that the indicative estimated cost of the Railway station would be around Rs 175 Cr. The time allowed for completion is 24 months from the 10thday of the date of issue of Letter of Award. Last date for submitting bids is 26/06/19. Bid documents are available at www.eprocure.gov.in.

Tender Reference Number: RITES/SP(SD)/BID-BVI/Tech Consultancy/2019

Tender ID: 2019_RITES_25949_1

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