MUMBAI: Central air conditioning major Blue Star today said it has won orders worth Rs 84 crore from the Bangalore Metro for environmental control system and building management system for the seven underground stations.
This work for phase-I of the Bangalore Metro includes design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of chillers, pumps, air handling units, fan coil units, cooling towers, ventilation fans, motor control centre panels and building management system along with the associated work of piping, ducting, grilles and insulation, amongst others, Blue Star said in a release issued here.
The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation, a joint venture between Karnataka and the Centre, is a special purpose vehicle for implementation of Bangalore Metro.
This project, known as Namma Metro, will weave through the commercial and residential areas of the city. Phase-1 consists of double line electrified north-south and east-west corridors covering 42.30 km.
The east-west corridor will be 18.10 km long and the north-south corridor will be 24.20 km, with Majestic station being the interchange station for the two corridors. Out of the 42.30 km., 8.82 km will be underground and the rest will be elevated. More info