Thane Municipal Corporation invites agencies to implement street furniture plan
Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) has invited EOIs from agencies, specialists, proprietary or partnership or consortium or in joint venture groups for planning, designing, providing and implementing of street furniture master plan for Zones I, II and III of Thane city against entire ad rights for the city on a public-private-partnership or build-operate-transfer basis. The EMD required for this EOI is Rs 1 crore.
Since the city has full potential of becoming a world class city, a lot of infrastructure projects have been earmarked and are currently under progress. For this tender, after having prepared the master plan, the implementation of the project in stages will have to be completed in around 18 months’ time. TMC will compensate by way of giving the advertisement rights.
As per the eligibility criteria specified, interested parties should have a minimum average annual turnover of Rs 75 crore over the last three years.
Additionally, the interested parties should have experience in planning and implementing of master plans for other world class cities of at least 25 sq. km area or similar experience over a road length of 75 km of road length. This experience should have been achieved over the last five years. Further, they should have experience in planning, designing, implementation, monitoring and maintenance for the entire concession period.
The applicants shall be required to attend the pre-bid meeting to be held on August 21 and 31, 2010 at 11 am at the office of the City Engineer, Thane Municipal Corporation, Thane.
Interested parties can avail of the brochure containing terms and conditions, plans and other details along with the expression of interest forms from the website up to September 3, 2010 on payment of Rs 50,151.
Applicants shall be required to submit dully filled EOI on the website through the e-tendering procedure up to 4 pm on September 6, 2010, along with the EMD.
Our typical marketing budget is usually 10 per cent of the topline spend