Wednesday , September 27 2023

Balanagar-Narsapur Flyover Tenders Called As Govt Accords Rs 387 Cr Administration Sanction

Hyderabad : At last the much touted flyover between Balanagar Cross Roads to Narsapur cross Road will be taken up as the government has given administrative sanction for Rs 387 cr through a GO 833 and the GHMC has already taken up land acquisition works. Thanks to the HMDA officials for calling tenders on EPC mode for the project that will sure ease the traffic congestion on the busy roads. The HMDA has offered Rs 25 cr to the GHMC for taking up land acquisition works and promised to give funds on requirement.

According to a press release, the The proposals along with GAD, Project Report, Estimates with current rates for arriving at Internal Bench Mark, Bid Documents consisting of the Scope of the Project, Eligibility Criteria, General Conditions and Special Conditions, etc. prepared and submitted by M/s STUP Consultants were placed before the Committee to approve the technical matters.

The Committee has gone through the proposals  and vertical gradient adopted is suggested for modification  to 3.5 per cent  as against 2.5 per cent proposed and the length of the Flyover  is arrived at 1.09 km as against 1.32 km with the modification there is a saving in the cost of construction, land acquisition cost, etc.

The Committee has also gone through the estimate and its provisions, rates adopted, eligibility criteria of the bidder for EPC mode, payment break up and payment schedule, timelines for the project, deliverables, etc. The Committee has approved the Technical matters such as scope, objective and final deliverables of the project, Internal Bench Mark value of Rs.69.109 crores, basic parameters and approval of live bid documents, evaluation criteria, payment schedule, etc. for the Construction of Flyover between Balanagar cross Roads to Narsapur cross Roads.

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