Tata Projects Ltd in a joint venture with Daewoo E&C of South Korea has announced that they have secured a Rs 5,612 crore order to design and build a part of India’s longest sea-bridge – Mumbai Trans Harbour Link.
While the Tata JV emerged as the lowest bidder for both the Sea Packages 1 and 2, it was awarded only one of the packages (package 2) as provided in the tender conditions. The package awarded to Daewoo – TATA Projects JV involves construction of a 7.8 km long bridge section across the Mumbai Bay including Shivaji Nagar Interchange at Navi Mumbai at contract value of Rs 5,612, which is a complex stretch.
Tata together with its Korean partner will bring state-of-the-art technology and latest construction method to deliver this milestone project. The project will use reverse circulation drill method for foundation and erection of a large block (180-metre) orthotropic steel deck structure at navigational span. Specialised steel will be imported from Japan for fabrication.