The board of Chandigarh Sensible Metropolis Restricted (CSCL) on Friday accredited the allotment of labor to improve the Diggian sewage remedy plant.
The CSCL will quickly allot the venture to the bottom bidder – Larsen & Toubro Restricted. Work on the plant is predicted to begin in September.
Confirming the event, NP Sharma, chief basic supervisor, CSCL, mentioned, “In opposition to the venture value of Rs 329 crore, the corporate provided the bottom bid of Rs 283 crore.”
Aside from the Diggian STP, 4 different crops within the metropolis will even be improve. Because the Diggian STP is the largest, a separate tender was floated and 4 corporations responded to it.
For the remaining STPs – seven corporations utilized to improve the crops at Raipur Kalan and Raipur Khurd; and three for these at Dhanas and 3BRD.
In October, CSCL had floated a ₹700-crore tender to rent a single company to improve all 5 STPs of the municipal company (MC).
Nevertheless, the MC Common Home in November didn’t endorse the proposal, citing it was meant to profit giant corporations solely and the funds for the work was on the upper facet.
Settling the matter, the UT administration in its letter to CSCL and MC, requested to cancel the present tender and cut up it into three components – one for Diggian plant, one for the 2 STPs at Raipur Kalan and Raipur Khurd and one other for the 3BRD and Dhanas STPs.