Nagarjuna Construction Company (NCC) has become the lowest bidder for the Bangalore Metro Corporation project, which cost 217 billion rupees. The scope of work in the package includes the construction of the 11-kilometer second phase with an investment of Rs 73,904 crore in 27 months.
According to the second phase of package 2, the company will build an elevated structure and eight elevated subway stations at Kasturi Nagar, Horamavu, HRBR Layout, Kalyan Nagar, HBR, Nagawara, Veerannapalya and Kempapura, including a 650-meter road connecting to Baiyapanahalli And Road has invested Rs 7.48 billion in investment expansion, public utility transfer and related work. Package 3 involves the construction of elevated structures and five elevated subway stations, including Hebal, Kodigehalli, Jakkur Cross, Yelahanka and Bagalur Cross, with an investment of Rs 6,820,21 crore.
The scope of work also includes the construction of elevated structures and two elevated subway stations Bettahalasuru and Doddajala, as well as road widening and related infrastructure works.
News Source : NBM&CW