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Kalpataru have submits the lowest bid of $92.3 million for dubai’s 132kV OHTL and cable project

Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA) revealed the bid results for the project “Design, Supply, Installation, Testing & Commissioning of 132kV OHTL & Cable Works Between Hatta PSHPP 132kV Substation and WARSAN 400/132kV Substation and involved works”.

A total of 11 bidders has submitted the offer. India based construction company Kalpataru Power Transmission Ltd has submitted the lowest cost bid $92.3 million.

As per the condition of the contract, the project will be executed in 30 months in addition to 60 days for the reliability run of the project. The Contractor shall execute on Lump-sum turnkey basis, the design, engineering, materials procurement, quality management, factory inspection/testing, transport and delivery to point, installation, construction, site inspection, testing and commissioning, all involved work and services until final manage over of new cable and OHTL work in a satisfactorily working and operating condition.


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