NHAI Invites Bids for Vadodara-Surat Highway Construction
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NHAI Invites Bids for Vadodara-Surat Highway Construction

The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, through the National Highways Authority of India, is involved in the development of National Highways. As part of this endeavour, it has been decided to undertake the Construction of Additional structures including approaches in the Vadodara - Surat section of NH-48, between existing Km. 108+000 to Km. 250+000, in the State of Gujarat. This will be done on an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) Contract basis. The National Highways Authority of India, represented by its Chairman, now invites bids from eligible contractors for the following project.

The complete BID document can be viewed/downloaded from the official portal of the NHAI at http://nhai.gov.in, or the CPPP website at https://etenders.gov.in, and BIMS portal at https://bims.gov.in/ from 15th May 2023 to 4th July 2023.

Bidders must submit their Technical Bid at https://etenders.gov.in and https://bims.gov.in, and Financial bid at https://etenders.gov.in on or before 4th July 2023.

A Bidder is required to offer, along with their BID, a BID Security of Rs. 8.60 crore (Rupees eight crore and sixty lakh only) (the "BID Security").

The tender seeks civil works worth Rs 8,59,53,00,000 to be completed in 730 days. As per the tender, the bid validity will be 120 days, and it will be an open bidding process. The bid submission period began on 15th May 2023 and will end on 4th July 2023.

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The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, through the National Highways Authority of India, is involved in the development of National Highways. As part of this endeavour, it has been decided to undertake the Construction of Additional structures including approaches in the Vadodara - Surat section of NH-48, between existing Km. 108+000 to Km. 250+000, in the State of Gujarat. This will be done on an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) Contract basis. The National Highways Authority of India, represented by its Chairman, now invites bids from eligible contractors for the following project. The complete BID document can be viewed/downloaded from the official portal of the NHAI at http://nhai.gov.in, or the CPPP website at https://etenders.gov.in, and BIMS portal at https://bims.gov.in/ from 15th May 2023 to 4th July 2023. Bidders must submit their Technical Bid at https://etenders.gov.in and https://bims.gov.in, and Financial bid at https://etenders.gov.in on or before 4th July 2023. A Bidder is required to offer, along with their BID, a BID Security of Rs. 8.60 crore (Rupees eight crore and sixty lakh only) (the BID Security). The tender seeks civil works worth Rs 8,59,53,00,000 to be completed in 730 days. As per the tender, the bid validity will be 120 days, and it will be an open bidding process. The bid submission period began on 15th May 2023 and will end on 4th July 2023. Also Read NCR emerges as thriving commercial realty hub Integrow Asset Management raises Rs 15 bn for Indian markets

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