With barely three years to go for the Commonwealth Games in the Indian capital, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Monday floated global tenders for construction of three venues and refurbishment of three sports complexes at an estimated cost of around Rs 3.1 billion ($76.40 million).
The tenders are part of the Sports Development Facility Project and the DDA will look for applications from national and international companies of reputation for the six projects, the capital's land management agency said on its website.
The construction projects are a new squash and badminton facility at the DDA Siri Fort Complex, worth Rs 1.6 billion, a new table tennis and archery complex at the Yamuna Sports Complex, at a cost of Rs 800 million and construction of an athletic track, swimming pool and two indoor halls at the Commonwealth Games Village, worth Rs 450 million.
The other three projects are refurbishment of the Siri Fort Sports Complex, Yamuna Sports Complex and Saket Sports Complex that will come at a cost of Rs 250 million.
The last date for submission of the tender forms is July 13.