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Proposals for the installation and commissioning of a 2.25 MW grid-connected rooftop solar power project at the Syama Prasad Mookerjee port’s Kidderpore Dock-II in West Bengal, are requested by the Bridge and Roof Company (India), a government of India firm. The project is expected to cost Rs. 140 million.
Bids must be submitted by December 8, 2022, and they will be opened on the next day.
Each bidder will have to provide an earnest money deposit of Rs. 42,000. The selected bidder additionally has to submit a performance bank guarantee of 3% of the contract value within 15 days of the letter of intent being issued.
Surveying, design, comprehensive engineering, the creation of a detailed project report, and consulting services are all included in this project’s work scope.
It will be the consultant’s responsibility to deliver such design and engineering with the greatest accuracy in accordance with standard codes because the design and engineering are within the scope of the consultant and the precise construction work will be executed based on the engineering performed by the consultant.
The project should be completed within 75 days after the grant letter’s issuance.
The consultant will be charged 1% of the consulting cost for each month of delay, up to a maximum of 5% of the total consulting fee.
Bidders must have completed one comparable project with a project cost of at least Rs. 112 million, two comparable projects with a cost per project of at least Rs. 84 million, or three comparable projects with a cost per project of at least Rs. 56 million, in order to be eligible for the bidding.
During the 3 most recent financial years, the average annual financial turnover of the bidder should not have been less than Rs. 1.05 million.
As of the last day of the prior fiscal year, the company’s net worth should be positive. Additionally, in the previous 5 financial years, the bidders should not be a loss-making entity for more than two years.
A cost equal to 1% of the consultation price every month of delay, up to a maximum of 5% of the total consultancy fee, shall be charged if the consultant fails to meet the responsibilities.