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MMRDA shortlists 5 firms for Trans-harbour link [11 May 2012]

Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has shortlisted 5 eligible consortiums to develop the Rs. 8,800 crore Mumbai trans-harbour link project. These consortiums will now be provided with bid documents (Request for Proposal) once they are generally approved by the Centre.
According to MMRDA officials, the five shortlisted consortiums are CINTRA-SOMA – SREI, Gammon Infrastructure Projects – OHL Concessions – GS Engineering consortium, GMR Infrastructure – L&T – Samsung C&T Corporation, IRB Infrastructure Developers and Hyundai consortium, Tata Realty and Infrastructure – Autostrade Indian Infrastructure Development – Vinci Concessions Development V consortium.
The consortiums will now be provided draft feasibility report, previous studies and surveys, if asked for. The Request for Proposal needs the approval from the Centre as the project needs 20% Viability Gap Funding from the Govt of India.
Once completed, the ambitious Mumbai trans-harbour link will connect Sewri in Mumbai to Nhava Sheva in Navi Mumbai.


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