L&T, Alstom venture bags Chennai Metro project

Our Bureau Chennai | Updated on January 24, 2011

The Chennai Metro Rail has awarded the Rs 449.22-crore contract for design and construction of track works to a joint venture of L&T and Alstom.

According to a press release from Chennai Metro, the joint venture of Larsen & Toubro, Alstom Transport, SA, and Alstom Projects India has bagged the tender for design, construction of track work in viaduct, tunnel, underground, and depot in corridor I & II.

The track work consists of 104 route km, including 15 route km in the depot at Koyambedu, to be completed in four years.

CMRL is a joint venture between the State Government and the Centre to set up a Rs 14,000-crore metro rail facility in Chennai.

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Published on January 24, 2011
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