General Consultancy (GC) Services for Chennai Metro Rail Project – Phase I, Tamil Nadu, India

Chennai Metro Rail Project,  Phase­-I consist of two corridors. Corridor-1 is from Washermanpet to Airport via Central and Mount Road, covering 23.085 km, out of which 14.30 km is underground (U/G) and the balance elevated. There are 18 stations along this corridor, 11 U/G and 7 elevated.

Corridor-­2 is from Chennai Central to St. Thomas Mount via Anna Nagar and CMBT aggregating 21.961 km, out of which 9.695 km is U/G and the balance length elevated. There are 18 stations on this route, 9 U/G and 9 elevated.

India
Chennai
Date: 04/2009-2015
Duration: 06 years
Client: Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL)
Funding: JICA

Project overview

GC's scope includes preparation of bid designs, and providing all necessary assistance in bid evaluation, negotiations (if necessary) and award of contracts.

Also included are review and proof-checking of the detailed designs submitted by the contractors.

Construction/ erection supervision at all levels including contract administration, safety, quality and environmental aspects, co-ordination, review/ monitoring of works of all consultants, suppliers and manufacturers, plan for O&M, framing of O&M Manuals.

Plan and arrange for training of personnel of CMRL deployed for operation & maintenance of various equipments and plants at the suppliers’ premises. Plan streetscape and landscape, including Cost Estimates, Bills of Quantities; Preparation of Bid Documents for Contractor.

Our missions

Within the Consortium, services provided by Egis are as follows:

- Project management

- System integration and interface management

- Testing and commissioning

- Systems design: Track, power, signalling, telecoms, ticketing, rolling stock

- Contracts, Civil, Structural, Systems, and lead for multimodal transport planning, property development, utility investigations and majority staffing during project implemenation including testing commissioning of various sytems

- All logistics and equipment supply, and coordination during their design and implémentation