Vensa Infra Wins Hisar Airport’s New Terminal Contract in Haryana

Vensa Infrastructure on Tuesday was declared as the lowest bidder for the civil construction of Maharaja Agrasen International Airport‘s new integrated terminal building, cargo building & ATC tower in Hisar, Haryana.

Hisar Airport’s new terminal building by Airports Authority of India (AAI) will spread across an area of 37,970 sq. m. and has been designed to handle 1000 peak hour passengers. It will be equipped with 3 aerobridges (plus 2 in the future), and 4 baggage claim belts.

AAI had invited tenders for this civil construction contract in December 2023 with a Rs. 503.71 crore estimate and 960 day (2.63 years) completion deadline. Technical bids were opened in March 2024 to reveal 16 bidders.

Among those, Uttar Pradesh Rajkiya Nirman Nigam Ltd. was not admitted due to issues with their bank guarantee, while Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd. (RVNL) was disqualified during technical evaluation.

Below I’ve shown the bid values of the lowest 5 bidders. NCC Ltd had placed the highest bid at Rs. 549 crore.

Financial Bid Values

FirmBid (Rs. Crore)
Vensa Infrastructure Ltd.412.58
Deepak Buildings and Engineers India Ltd.414.00
Joint stock Company Industrial Association Vozrozhdenie415.00
Shalimar Corp Ltd.419.99
Girdhari Lal Constructions Pvt. Ltd.433.20

AAI’s Brief Scope: Construction of Integrated Terminal Building, Cargo Terminal, ATC Tower cum Technical Block, Fire Station Building with Fire Control Tower including Ancillary Buildings like Office Building, Maintenance Building, Security Building, Sub-Station etc

Vensa’s bid of Rs. 412.58 crore was well below AAI’s estimate of Rs. 503.71 crore, so a contract should be awarded after the Lok Sabha election’s model code of conduct ends.

I’ve admittedly never heard of Vensa outside of a few airport tenders, but their website suggests they’ve primarily engaged in the construction of buildings (residential & institutional) and roadways in and around Hyderabad.

Here’s the masterplan schematic and some design renderings of Hisar Airport via AAI’s tender documents:

Hisar Airport in the future is planned to be connected by the Delhi – NCR RRTS project’s Delhi – Bahadurgarh – Rohtak – Hisar line via an underground station. There’s a long way to go before that plan materializes though.

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