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Noida (Urban Transport News): Noida International Airport Limited (NIAL) invite international competitive bids from the eligible contractors for the ‘Development of Jewar International Airport or Greenfield Noida International Airport.’
The project cost of the entire project would be Rs.15,754 crores. The first phase development of Jewar International Airport would cost Rs 4,086.54 crore.
The project cost includes;
Development work of the Airport is likely to commence early in 2020 and the first phase expected to be completed by 2023.
The bank details are enclosed in the table below:-
Further, balance amount of Rs. 8,00,000 plus GST or USD 11,429 plus applicable taxes is to be paid at the time of bid submission. The scanned copy of RTGS (for both initial and balance bid processing fee) with respective transaction IDs certified by the bank must be enclosed along with the e-Bid submission.
How to purchase Bid Documents
The Bid documents are uploaded on the website. The bid documents are password protected. Upon making the payment of Rs 200,000 plus GST or USD 2,875 plus applicable taxes, the bidder needs to send the proof of RTGS payment to the Nodal Officer NIAL via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post verification of payment, the Nodal Officer NIAL shall provide the password to the bidder through email.
For any further query bidder may contact to:
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