13 Bidders for Sabarmati Bridge’s Contract in Dharoi, Gujarat

Thirteen civil engineering firms have bid for the construction of a new 3.3 km long bridge in Dharoi, Gujarat on HAM mode after India’s Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) opened technical bids today.

This 4 lane bridge will be built over the Sabarmati River on national highway NH-58 just south of Dharoi Dam. Its site is located roughly 100 km north of Ahmedabad (view on Google Maps).

The bridge’s construction work was approved by the Central Government’s cabinet in March 2024 with an estimated cost of Rs. 1097.59 crore. The bridge will replace a low level causeway which often gets submerged when it rains. This contract’s scope also includes construction of 2 vehicle underpasses and 3 small approach bridges.

MoRTH had invited bids for its civil construction in March 2024 with a Rs. 301.14 crore estimate and 2 year deadline.


  • Anish Infracon India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Dineshchandra R.Agrawal Infracon Pvt.Ltd
  • GHV (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Kalthia Engineering and Construction Ltd
  • Maruti Infracreation Pvt Ltd
  • M G Contractors Pvt Ltd
  • Nithinsai Constructions
  • NG Projects Limited
  • Rachana Construction Co
  • Ram Kumar Contractor Private limited
  • Ranjit Buildcon Ltd.
  • Ravi Infrabuild Projects Limited
  • Wagad Infraprojects Pvt. Ltd.

MoRTH’s Brief Scope: Construction of new 4 lane major bridge with approaches on Sabarmati River near Dharoi at Km. 82/00 to 86/00 (Design length 3.300 km) on NH58 in the state of Gujarat on HAM

Location of Proposed Bridge – via INI Design Studio’s Concept Plan

The bids have now been sent for technical 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.

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