29 Bidders for Delhi Dehradun Expressway PH2’s Packages 2 & 3

29 firms have submitted a total of 55 bids to construct civil packages 2 and 3 of the 210 km Delhi – Dehradun Expressway‘s 119 km Phase 2 (EPE – Saharanpur) section after National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) opened technical bids today.

This 6 lane greenfield expressway will be developed in 4 phases. Financial bids for its 32 km Phase 1 (Akshardham in Delhi to Eastern Peripheral Expressway) were opened in December 2020 to reveal Gammon India and Gayatri Projects as the lowest bidders for its two packages. While Gayatri has started work on Package 2, NHAI has re-invited bids for Package 1 – see details at the bottom of this post.

The expressway’s 119 km Phase 2 lies within Uttar Pradesh and connects the Eastern Peripheral Expressway near Baghpat with Latifpur village at the Saharanpur Bypass through 4 civil packages ranging from 25.5 to 37 kms.

NHAI had invited bids for all 4 packages in January – each with a 2 year construction deadline. Originally 27 bidders had submitted 49 bids to build Packages 2 & 3, but NHAI cancelled the tender in April without offering a reason and shortly re-invited bids.

Bidders for Packages 2 & 3

  • APCO Infratech
  • Ceigall India
  • Deepak Builders and Engineers India
  • Diamond Construction
  • DP Jain and Company
  • Galfar Engineering and Contracting
  • Gawar Construction
  • HG Infra 
  • JSP Projects
  • KCC Buildcon 
  • Krishna Constructions
  • Montecarlo Ltd.
  • NKC Projects
  • Patel Infrastructure – Package 2 Only
  • PNC Infratech
  • Rajbir Construction
  • Raj Shyama Constructions
  • Ram Kripal Singh Construction
  • Ram Kumar Contractor
  • Ravi Infrabuild Projects
  • RGBEL-EVRASCON JV
  • S and P Infrastructure Developers
  • Shivalaya Construction
  • Shiv Build India – Package 3 Only
  • SKS Infra Infra Projects
  • Varinder Constructions – Package 2 Only
  • Velji Ratna Sorathia Infra
  • Vijai Construction India
  • VRC Constructions
Delhi – Dehradun Expressway’s route via NHAI’s promo video – view project information

Package 2 (Lohadda – Karaunda Mahajan)

Brief Scope: Development of 6 lane access control greenfield highway of Delhi-Saharanpur-Dehradun economic corridor under Bharatmala Pariyojana from Design Chainage 27.000 (Vill-Lohadda) to Design Chainage 56.500 (Vill-Karaunda Mahajan) in UP on EPC Mode (PKG-II)

  • Length: 29.5 km
  • Bidders: 28

Package 3 (Karaunda Mahajan – Khyawari)

Brief Scope: Development of of 6 lane access control greenfield highway of Delhi-Saharanpur-Dehradun economic corridor under BP from Design Chainage 56.500 (Vill-Karaunda Mahajan) to Design Chainage 82.000 (Vill-Khyawari) in UP on EPC Mode (PKG-III)

  • Length: 25.5 km
  • Bidders: 27

The bids have now been sent for technical bid evaluation which can take a couple months to complete. When that is done, the financial bids of the technically qualified bidders will be opened to reveal who’s the lowest bidder and most likely contractor for each package.

Details on this expressway along with a list of all packages and their status can be viewed here. Bid submission deadline for the Delhi section (Phase 1)’s Package 1 connecting Aksardham to Delhi-UP Border is coming up on June 3, so expect a similar post the next day, when technical bids are opened, unless the deadline is pushed back.

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– TMRG

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Global traveler who prefers mass rapid transit

5 Responses to "29 Bidders for Delhi Dehradun Expressway PH2’s Packages 2 & 3"

  1. Girish Saini says:

    Please make one more column and start adding PMC details for the respective package also. That will be so helpful for us.

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    • TMRG says:

      I haven’t been tracking PMC contracts for expressway projects. If you’re aware of the winners, then let me know (leave a comment or send me a message), and I can add that in.

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  2. Sumit Malik says:

    You’ve stopped posting these updates on Twitter

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