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MSRDC invites tenders for Singapore type bus shelters in Amravati city

04-August-2010
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MSRDC invites tenders for Singapore type bus shelters in Amravati city

The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) has invited tenders offering ad rights for nine bus shelters on as-is-where-is-basis and as-is-where-as-condition in Amravati city. These bus shelters would be of Singapore type and the approximate display area allowed would be 11.48 sq m per bus shelter.

The contract shall be awarded for a period of three years. Further, six more bus shelters will be constructed, which may be handed over to the selected agency at the same rates as quoted under the current tender. The approximate area for display of ads on these additional six bus shelters is 9.18 sq m per bus shelter.

The EMD required for this contract is Rs 40,000, which will have to be deposited along with the bid.

Interested parties can obtain the blank offer documents costing Rs 3,000 from the office of the Executive Engineer, Commercial Unit, Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Ltd, Office Block-II, Bandra-Worli Sea Link Project Office, opp. Bandra reclamation BEST bus depot, Bandra (West), Mumbai, up to August 24, 2010 on all working days during office hours.

The payment for purchasing blank offer documents accompanied with request letter on company's letterhead shall be made only in the form of a demand draft drawn on any nationalised or scheduled bank favouring the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Ltd, payable at Mumbai.

The pre-bid meeting will be held in the office of MSRDC, Bandra-Worli Sea Link Project Office at Bandra on August 17, 2010 at 3 pm.

Completed bids will have to be submitted latest by 3 pm on August 31, 2010. The validity of the offer will be for 90 days from the date of opening of the financial offer.

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