A joint company of Russian JSC Mosmetrostroy and Indian Hindustan Construction Company, MMS-HCC, has won a tender for the construction of the part of a new metro line in the largest Indian city, Mumbai.
The project cost is $374 m.
As the company’s press office told Construction.RU today, the matter is the construction of a tunnel with a length of 4072 m for the underground metro line, including 4 underground stations.
Also, auxiliary tunnels with a total length of 3115 m are to be built over the period of 55 months. The main partner with a share of 74% in Russian-Indian joint enterprise is Hindustan Construction Company.
JSC Mosmetrostroy – is a multifunctional building contractor engaged in contractual building activities including green field construction of metro system facilities, underground structures, transport infrastructure, civil and other facilities. It was founded in 1931 and over the course of 84 years, Mosmetrostroy has built 183 metro stations.