Tata Projects Limited was given a contract by the Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) to build four underground stations for the phase-2 project in the congested areas of Otteri, Pattalam, Perambur Barracks, and Kellys. On Tuesday, the contract agreement worth Rs. 1204.87 crore was inked.
According to a press release, the scope of work includes building four underground stations at Otteri, Pattalam, Perambur Barracks Road, and Kellys as well as undertaking work other than installing a diaphragm wall at two other stations—Ayanavaram and Purasaiwalkam High Road.
These stations are part of corridor-3 of the phase-2 project funded by JICA. The agreement was signed by Raman Kapil, executive vice president of Tata Projects Limited, and T Archunan, director (projects), CMRL. The managing director of CMRL, M. A. Siddique, was also present.