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Faridabad Municipal Corporation offers ads rights on wide range of OOH properties

02-September-2010
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Faridabad Municipal Corporation offers ads rights on wide range of OOH properties

The Faridabad Municipal Corporation has invited sealed tenders from interested parties offering ad rights on a wide range of outdoor media properties on a BOT basis. The media properties being offered at various locations include 84 unipoles, 55 gantries, 11 BQS, 40 garbage collection centres, 15 attendance sheds, four public utilities with daily maintenance, 11 LED based video walls and 1,253 kiosks on street light poles. The contract will be awarded for a period of three years.

As per the tender notice, the specified sizes of the unipoles and kiosks on street light poles shall be 30' X 15' and 3' X 4', respectively.

Tender forms along with complete details of the tender can be obtained from the office of the Chief Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Faridabad on any working day till 3 pm, September 16, 2010, on payment of Rs 10,000.

Applicants shall be required to deposit the EMD of Rs 11 lakh through a demand draft, drawn from any scheduled bank in the favour of the Commissioner, MCF. The demand draft should be payable at Faridabad.

A pre-bid meeting will be held in the office of the Chief Engineer on September 10, 2010 at 3pm, for any clarification with regard to scope of work, sites etc.

Applicants shall be required to submit the duly completed tenders to the Chief Engineer, Municipal Corporation, Faridabad latest by 3 pm on September 17, 2010.The tenders will be opened on or after September 17, 2010.

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