tata projects: Tata Projects to build Noida Airport, beats L&T & Shapoorji Pallonji

NEW DELHI: Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL) has selected Tata Projects to construct Noida International Airport (NIA) over two other bidders — L&T and Shapoorji Pallonji. The first phase of Noida Airport is expected to be ready in about two years and this will be the second airport project undertaken by Tata Projects which has built the Prayagraj (Allahabad) airport terminal.
YIAPL CEO Christoph Schnellmann said: “We are pleased to partner with Tata Projects for engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) work at Noida International Airport. With the award of this EPC contract, our project enters the next phase, which will witness a rapid increase in the pace of construction activities on site. Together with Tata Projects, we’re working to deliver a passenger terminal, runway, and other airport infrastructure with a capacity of 1.2 crore passengers annually, by 2024.”
Tata Projects CEO & MD-designate Vinayak Pai said: “We are proud to be entrusted the EPC works for the greenfield Noida International Airport at Jewar. Tata Projects will work closely with YIAPL to deliver India’s most advanced and environment friendly airport on time. We shall deploy the latest technologies in its construction, while meeting the highest standards of quality, safety, and sustainability.”
Tata Projects will construct the terminal, runway, airside infrastructure, roads, utilities, landside facilities and other ancillary buildings at Noida Airport. Tata Projects other key projects include the New Parliament Building, Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link, multiple stretches of Dedicated Freight Corridors, and Metro Rail Lines across cities like Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Lucknow, Ahmedabad, and Chennai. It has also built Prayagraj Airport terminal in a record time of 11 months.

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