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Gandhi Ashram Precinct Development Project: NCC-P Das JV Gets Nod From AMC Standing Committee

| Updated: December 31, 2021 14:38

The work on Gandhi Ashram Precinct Development Project on Thursday got a nod from the standing committee of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC), to be carried out by NCC and Ahmedabad-based P Das Infra Ltd. in a joint venture. The joint venture project to the tune of Rs 235.17 will now await the approval from municipal commissioner to commence the work.   

The AMC invited the bids, issuing a second tender with an estimated cost of around Rs 218 crore. In response to this issue, the AMC received a total of five bids and four of these bids could clear the technical scrutiny. NG Projects Limited, Kalthia Engineering and Construction Limited, NCC with P.Das (Joint Venture), Apex Tarmac Limited, and PSP Projects Limited were the five bidders for the issued tender and NCC with P Das JV at the cost of 2.42 per cent less than the prevailing market rate won the bid. On the other hand, the cost approved is around 7.87 per cent higher than the estimated cost of AMC.

Although the funds for the project is to be provided by the Central government to the State government, the AMC, currently being in charge of the development work on-ground, has commenced the earth-filling work. This will be followed by the NCC and P Das JV taking over the work to clean up the Chandrabhaga drain network by diverting its sewage water and stormwater to the existing Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP). This will be done by building a check dam on the upstream side of the project and setting up a sewerage line leading to the existing Jalvihar STP.

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