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Delhi metro case solution by nitin bana


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Delhi metro case solution by nitin bana

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. SURVEYS 1957 •Central Road Research Institute. (CRRI) 1989 • Government Of The National Capital Territory Of Delhi (GNCTD) 1995 • Rail India Technical & Economic Services Limited • Detail Project Report.
  3. 3. Delhi metro project 1995 • Delhi metro rail corporation ltd.(DMRC). 1996 • Delhi Metro Project Approved. 1998 • Work For Phase-1 Started.
  4. 4. Phase-1
  5. 5. FUNDING’S -Total cost of p-1 was Rs 60 billion which revised to Rs 89.27 billion. -Low IRR.
  7. 7. Delhi Metro (Construction of VA & VB in V-A-G corridore) Foundation Open Foundation Pile Foundation Sub Structure Pier Anticrash Barrier Pier Cap Superstructure Bearing U-Girder Phase I Phase II Phase III LINE I
  8. 8. Project planning
  9. 9. Project planning
  10. 10. Project Implementation Oct 1,1988 LINE 1 Concrete Incremental launching LINE 2 Austrian tunneling method Condition survey LINE 3 Extended line U shaped girders
  11. 11. Man Behind Delhi Metro: “Elattuvalapil Sreedharan” Knows As “METRO MAN”
  12. 12. About “E.Sreedharan”
  13. 13. About E.Sreedharan
  14. 14. About E.Sreedharan ON CONTRACT Konkan Railway CMD BOT used 1st time 93 tunnels,150 bridges,750 km Completed without significant cost and time Delhi Metro Managing director Completion within time and cost KNIGHT OF LEGION OF HONOUR Padma vibhushan Lokmanya tilak
  15. 15. Managing stake holder Governments faced political pressure DMRC autonomy Contractors Cordial relation Limiting corruption Funding agencies General public Plant new trees and rain water harvesting environmental and safety Motorists and pedestrians plans Water pipes,sewage,telephone relocate Relocating people
  16. 16. Completed aprrox. Within time and cost Saved Rs 6-7 billion on extended line US $ 32-53 million/km US $56-80 million/km
  17. 17. Challenges
  18. 18. OUTLOOK Extend metro to 244 km Recruiting more people Reduce pollution and vehicular traffic. 2600 bus Reduce /km construction cost to US $18 m Pak,bang,sri lanka,UAE & iran 2006 profi:1.5 billion Taking project of euro tunnel Developed capability to take project in other cities
  20. 20. THANK YOU