Officials on Wednesday opened the financial bids for the first phase of Telangana Drinking Water Programme works, mostly civil, worth around `8,500 crore.
Bids were invited for nine segments of works in the first phase. The L1 companies, as per the financial bids opened on Wednesday in nine segments, are: Mahbubnagar-Rangareddy segment contract value `3,931.54 crore. Megha Engg quoted 0.2 pc less. In the Jurala-Gadwala segment, the contract value is `417.98 crore and IHP quoted 0.60 pc less. In the Medchal segment, the contract value is `120.62 crore and Kaveri Infra quoted 1.2 pc less.
In the Nalgonda Tailpond segment, the contract value is `1,044.43 crore and GVPR Engg quoted 0.75 pc less. In the Sangareddy segment, the contract value is `380.25 crore and Pratibha Industries quoted 1.10 pc less. In Gajwel segment, for `550.32 crore work Megha Engg quoted 0.35 pc less.
In the Yellampalli-Mancherial-Khanapur segment, Koya & Company quoted 1.2 pc less for works worth `396.5 crore. In the Paleru-Warangal segment, Megha Engg quoted 0.4 pc less for `996.80 crore worth of works. In Warangal Metro segment, the contract value is `605.28 crore and NCC quoted 0.7 pc less.
Details of all these LI companies will be placed before a high-level committee which will scrutinise the details and take a decision on awarding the contract.
The officials opened the technical bids for the second-phase works on Wednesday. In the second phase of the project, tenders were invited in ten packages for works worth `14,000 crore. As many as 44 bids were filed by various companies.
Source: The New Indian Express