Projects Info |
   
Advertise Here [728 W x 90 H pixels]
Transport | August 2011

NHAI system helps a few players dominate bidding

The annual pre-qualification system adopted by National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) may cause a few large players to dominate the bidding process for 10 mega road projects this year. The mega projects involve a total investment of Rs 35,000 crore with the minimum size of one project being Rs 3,140 crore. Even though there is a list of over 100 pre-qualified bidders under the new pre-qualification system adopted by the NHAI, some of these projects may be open to just about 6-10 players for financial bidding or the request for proposal (RFP) stage.

The reason is that the eligibility to bid for large investment projects is directly linked to the financial size of the company.    

Post your comment
Name:  
Email:    
Comments:  
Verification Code:   Change Image


 
Advertise Here [728 W x 90 H pixels]