India utility seeks design, construction, equipment for 100-MW Pare

India’s North Eastern Electric Power Corp. Ltd. (NEEPCO) seeks bids for design and review consultancy, civil construction, and equipment for the 100-MW Pare hydroelectric project in Arunachal Pradesh State. Bids in separate solicitations are due March 24, May 12, and May 14.

The government of Arunachal Pradesh signed an agreement with NEEPCO in 2006 for development of Pare in Papumpare District. (HNN 9/25/06)

NEEPCO seeks bids by 12:30 p.m. March 24 for design and review consultancy work, including review of techno-commercial and price bids, detailed design and engineering, preparation of construction drawings, and review and monitoring of all works.

NEEPCO seeks bids by 12:30 p.m. May 12 for Package 1, including construction of a concrete gravity dam, spillway, cofferdam, diversion and headrace tunnels, surge shaft, pressure shaft, powerhouse, tailrace, and all hydro-mechanical works such as gates, trashrack, penstocks, and steel liners. The work is valued at 2.45 billion rupees (US$61.1 million).

NEEPCO seeks bids by 12:30 p.m. May 14 for Package 2, including design, engineering, manufacturing, installation, testing, and commissioning of two 55-MW turbine-generators, control panels, transformers, switchyard, and related equipment. The work is valued at 1.5 billion rupees (US$37.4 million).

Bid documents for each solicitation may be obtained from the address below for a fee of 20,000 rupees (US$500) each by demand draft or banker’s check to NEEPCO Ltd. at Shillong. Documents also may be obtained from the NEEPCO Internet site, www.neepco.gov.in, and the fee submitted with the bid.

For information, contact Office of Executive Director (Contracts and Procurement), North Eastern Electric Power Corp. Ltd., Brookland Compound, Lower New Colony, Shillong 793003 Meghalaya, India; (91) 364-2224582; Fax: (91) 364-2222928; Internet: www.neepco.gov.in.

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