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Blue Star bags Rs 104 crore order from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) for 7 Underground Metro Stations.

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) has awarded central airconditioning major, Blue Star with a prestigious order valued at Rs 104 crore for total airconditioning works including Environmental Control System and Building Management System for 7 metro stations and associated tunnel sections.

Blue Star will provide airconditioning solutions to the 3 underground stations (Hauz Khas, Malviya Nagar & Saket) on Central Secretariat to Qutab Minar Corridor and 4 underground stations (Central Secretariat, Khan Market, JLN Stadium & Jungpura) and associated tunnel sections on Central Secretariat to Badarpur Corridor of Phase-II of Delhi MRTS Project.

The Company has successfully executed several prestigious airconditioning projects for DMRC, including the underground portion of the Delhi Metro, which was constructed from Delhi Main Station to New Delhi Railway Station. Blue Star had airconditioned the concourse, platform, control room and backup areas for 3 underground stations namely; Delhi Main, Chawri Bazar and New Delhi. Blue Star also undertook the recent Environmental Control System work for the underground station at GTB Nagar.

Blue Star's expertise and competence in project execution and on-time delivery coupled with the positive experience that DMRC had on the previous projects, helped the Company win this landmark order.

Blue Star's scope of work for the underground stations include supply and installation of airconditioning systems of 7260 TR comprising of chillers, cooling towers, air handling units, fan coil units, indoor units, ducting, piping and grilles amongst others. The project is scheduled to be completed by January 2011.

For additional information, please contact: B Thiagarajan, Executive Vice President, Blue Star Limited, Bandbox House, 254D, Dr Annie Besant Road, Worli, Mumbai - 400 030 email: bthiagarajan@bluestarindia.com Telephone: 66544000.

 

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