Tendering, Bid Evaluation and Procurement Contracts India

Tendering, Bid Evaluation and Procurement Contracts India

Tendering, Bid Evaluation and Procurement Contracts for Indian Sectors

Tendering, Bid Evaluation and Procurement Contracts India Our Focus Area On Tendering Process for Infrastructure Projects Industrial Projects

What do we talk today

Ø Overview of development of  Industrial & Infra projects
Ø Project Identification / Decision Making
Ø Management structuring of the project company
Ø Project  Procurement Process
Ø Preparation of  Tender Documents
Ø Competitive Tendering Process
Ø EOI / RFQ / RFP
Ø Bid Evaluation Process
Ø Contract Agreement Drafting
Ø Execution of Contract Documents
Ø Discussion clause by clause on Tendering Docs
Ø Disputes Resolution Process
Ø Case Studies

Infrastructure Projects
 
Today’s Sun Rise Sector
  • Infrastructure is the basic physical & organizational structure  necessary for growth of economy
  • Typically refers to the structures that support society & industries such as Electricity, water supply, transportation etc.
  • Infrastructure projects in India traditionally owned and managed by the Govt. or their agencies.
  • Infra projects are highly capital intensive, involve huge sunk capital and long operating life.
  • Given the massive investment and organizational requirement, private sector participation is being encouraged by the Govt.
Core Sector
  • Energy (Power, Oil & Gas Pipelines, Nonconventional Energy),
  • Transportation (Highways, Railways, Ports, Airports, Waterways)
  • Telecom (Telephone,  Internet,  Radio  & TV,  Postal Services)
Urban Sector
  • Mass Rapid Transportation (MRT, Mono Rail, City Bus)
  • City Roads, Hospitals, Education.
  • Water Supply & Wastewater treatment facilities
  • Car Parking, Parks,
  • Solid Waste Management
Commercial & Industrial
  • Industrial Estates
  • SEZs
  • IT Parks
Social
  • Housing & Townships
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Education & Healthcare
Rural
  • Roads, Irrigation
  • Water Supply & Sanitation
Education & Health 

Infrastructure  Investment Strategies of Govt.
  • Real growth in GDP could be maintained only by providing a boost to Infra sector.
  • Standalone Private Investment like the captive power plant, industrial townships of companies etc.
  • Govt. planned higher allocation of private sector investment in view of constraints due to the emphasis on social sector.
  • Pvt. Sector investment is not sustainable in financially unviable projects unless the projects are modeled to be viable.
  • Hence a Public Private Partnership (PPP) model has been evolved for implementation of Infra projects.
Initiatives for developments of Infra sector
  • Many sectors opened up for 100% FDI and clearance thru’ automatic route.
  • Govt. started a scheme of  Viability Gap Finance (VGF), I-T relief etc. to make the projects viable.
  • India Infrastructure Financing Co. Ltd., an SPV started by Govt. for financing exclusively to Infra Projects.
  • Special PPP cell created by all State Govt. to review & expedite the clearance of pending projects.
  • India needs about 4 lakh qualifies project people every year till 2022 in Infra sector alone in India.
Power Sector:
  • Generation Capacity to be added to XII plan – 64000 MW.
  • Transmission lines to be added to XII plan – 60000 CKM
  • Ultra Mega Power Projects (4000 MW each)
  • Announced – 16, Awarded – 4 SPV Done– 12
  • Scope for participation in Power Generation / Transmission projects by being the developer, EPC / PMC, other construction contractors.
Highways Sector:
  • Ambitious National Highway Development Project (NHDP)
  • Six-Laning of 19000 km of NH
  • 4- laning of 20000 km State Highways
  • Two-laning of  25000 km other roads.
  • PPP is very successful with BOT, DBFOT etc. models
  • 100% FDI allowed, 100% I-T exemption for 10 years
  • Grants of VGF, subsidies available
  • Various soft loan facilities from ADB, WB, IIFCL are available.
  • Annual Growth expected – 12-15% of road traffic.
Railways Sector:
Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Ltd.
  • Total Investment Rs. 45000 cr,   To be commissioned by 2017
  • Western Corridor – Delhi Mumbai  - 1500 km
  • Eastern Corridor – Ludhiana to Kolkata – 1840 km
  • Development of Industrial belt around both the corridors with Investment of Rs. 50000 cr.
  • GQ and N-S / E-W are also planned
The major development in MRTs about 2000 km in cities.
Airport Sector:
All 125 airport in the country operated by AAI.
New Airports at Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore  & Cochrane developed under PPP.
12 small Airport are allotted for expansion by Reliance Infra.
Modernisation of metro airports at Chennai, Kolkata
Greenfield airports planned in Goa, Pune, Navi Mumbai, Greater Noida and Kannur.
Port Sector:
70% of the traffic at major ports by volume is dry and liquid bulk.
12 major ports and 187 minor ports along 7,517 km long coastline
11 major ports run by Port Trusts while the port at Ennore is a corporation under the Central Government. 
Telecom Sector:
  • 300 million subscribers,  Public sector – 43%, Private sector – 57%
  • Telecom sector growth in last 5 years – 25%
  • Both CDMA and GSM allowed
  • 100% FDI allowed in Telecom sector (FIPB approval  > 49%)
  • 100% FDI in telecom equipment manufacturing
Other Sector Reforms
  • 49% FDI via the automatic route in Petroleum Refining and Natural Gas.
  • 49% under automatic route in Single brand retail (FIPB approval >49%).
  • 26% FDI allowed in defense production. CCS approval for >26%.
  • 49%  automatic in Power Exchange
  • 100% FDI, Automatic till 49%, FIPB>49%
Major Industrial Sectors in India
  • Oil & Gas Exploration
  • Petroleum Refineries & Petrochemicals
  • Chemicals & Fertilizers
  • Basic Metals (Steel, Aluminum, Copper)
  • Cement & products
  • Textiles & garment
  • Heavy Engineering
  • Automobiles & Accessories
  • Engineering industries
  • Agro-based Industries
  • Electricals & Electronics
  • Bulk Drugs & Pharmaceuticals

 

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