Jakson Group, India’s one of the leading power solutions companies, has won order worth Rs.110 crore from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to execute MEP work under Phase I of Kochi Metro Rail Project.
As part of the turnkey contract, Jakson will undertake supply, installation, testing and commissioning of E&M, fire detection and fire suppression systems, including DG sets for 22 elevated metro stations of Aluva-Petta line spanning 22.25 km and Muttom Depot.
Scope of work mainly consist of SITC of switchgear panel, distribution panel, cabling, indoor lighting/fans, protective earthing, external lighting, UPS/inverter system, air conditioning, DG set, fire alarm and annunciation system, fire hydrant system, sprinkler system, panel flooding tube system, EOT cranes, air compressor and 1,600 KWp roof top solar system.
The execution work on the first phase of this project has started and is expected to be complete by June, 2016.
Sameer Gupta, MD, Jakson Group, said, “It is heartening to see our efforts bear fruit and underlines Jakson’s commitment to quality and ability to deliver projects in a time bound manner. The DMRC order was won due to the untiring efforts of our power solution and distribution team amid stiff competition. This win will only encourage us to do better, and we are confident of getting more such orders for metro projects from across the country.”
Meanwhile, Jakson is also executing a 265KWp rooftop PV system for DMRC on three locations in New Delhi which is expected to be commissioned this week.