Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed train: Darshana Jardosh inspects the construction of a high-speed train between Surat-Vapi

The next stop was Casting yard at Ch. 238 (Nasilpore Village, located in Navsari District) where the Minister witnessed the exhibition of heavy equipment such as 1100 T capacity jumpers as well as gantry cranes. bridge.

Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail: Minister of State for Railways Darshana Jardosh recently inspected the works of India’s first high-speed train, Mumbai – Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail, at the project site between Surat and Vapi in Gujarat. Jardosh started the visit with Casting yard at Ch. 243 in Padgah village, located in Navsari district, for the inspection of the preparatory casting works of the beams planned for the castings, including the casting of the pile cap at Ch. 242 P42 and P23. The next stop was Casting yard at Ch. 238 (Nasilpore Village, located in Navsari District) where the Minister witnessed the exhibition of heavy equipment such as 1100 T capacity jumpers as well as gantry cranes. bridge.

Jardosh also visited other casting yards including Casting Yards at Ch. 232 (Kachchol Village located in Navsari district) witnessing the casting of a full span beam, automatic steel cutting and the ring / stirrup manufacturing plant, the operation of the ready-mixed steel (RMS) plant and the inspection of the viaduct piers from Ch. 197 to 195 in the village Pathri located Valsad District. At the end, the minister visited the Daman Ganga River site where the foundation of the river bridge was taking place. Some of the highlights of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed ​​Rail construction activity are as follows:

  • In the state of Gujarat (352 kilometres), 100% of civil tenders were awarded to Indian contractors.
  • 98.6% of the land has been acquired and civil construction works have started along the entire length of 352 kilometers.
  • In the state of Gujarat, 98.6% of the land has been acquired and civil construction works have started on the entire 352 km stretch. In the state of Maharashtra, 62% of the land has been acquired.
  • Works on foundations, piles, pillars, pillar caps, casting and erection of girders for the viaduct and stations have started all along the alignment crossing eight districts of Gujarat.
  • On 352 kilometers, geotechnical reconnaissance works with a length of 325 km have been completed.
  • For geotechnical investigation, the largest geotechnical laboratory in Asia has been developed in Surat.
  • Construction work for Piles, Pile Caps, Well Foundations, Open Foundations, Pier Caps, Piers is currently underway over a length of 110 kilometres.
  • 352 kilometers long, Piling was completed 81 kilometers long, Foundation was completed 30 kilometers long, and Pier was completed 20 kilometers long.

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Jose P. Rogers