IRCON Invites EoI from Specialist Construction Contractors for Upcoming Solar Projects


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IRCON International Limited (formerly Indian Railways Construction Company Limited) a specialized construction organization under the Ministry of Railways covering the entire spectrum of construction activities and services in the infrastructure sector invites Expression of Interest (EoI) from bidders for its upcoming solar power projects. 


The contractors will be selected based on their experience in effluent treatment plants, chilled water distribution systems, and solar-based grid-connected power projects. The firm should have the experience of carrying out work headed by the state and central authorities in India or similar authorities abroad.

The work would entail empanelment of contractors for the Seabird Project of Indian Navy at Karwar, Karnataka along with other future projects. The validity of empanelment will initially be for one year and may be extended further based on the performance of the applicant.

The bidder should have designed, supplied, erected, supervised, and commissioned rooftop solar projects of cumulative installed capacity of 5 MW or more, out of which one project should be at least 1.75 MW capacity. The project should have been in operation for the last seven years ending six months before the last date of submission of the request for qualification (RfQ).

For solar power projects in fleet base buildings, the bidder should have experience in design, supply, commissioning and maintenance of  grid-connected rooftop solar projects of cumulative installed capacity of 2 MW or more, out of which one project should be at least 500 kW capacity, according to a news media report.

Until now, IRCON has completed about 380 infrastructure projects in India and 128 projects across the globe in more than 24 countries, a news report stated. The last date for the submission of bids is January 20, 2020.

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