The Board of Control for Cricket in India has set the ball rolling for construction of the high-tech cricket academy in Bengaluru. The upcoming NCA complex will be separate from the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, which currently also houses BCCI’s academy.
The BCCI has initiated tender process for construction of the National Cricket Academy at Bengaluru.
The Board had invites bids for the “Turnkey Design Build Construction Services” for the upcoming campus of the National Cricket Academy at Bengaluru, through a tender process, states a BCCI release.
The winning bidder will have to provide the turnkey design build construction services for the upcoming NCA.
The detailed terms and conditions as well as eligibility criteria will be defined in the RFP document, which the interesting bidders can obtain at a fee of ₹ 200,000.
The tender document will remain for purchase till March 20, 2021.
Interested parties can write an email at [email protected] to obtain further details for purchasing the RFP. The email should have the subject line “RFP for New National Cricket Academy”.
The BCCI has reserved the right at its discretion to cancel or amend the tendering process at any stage without assigning any reason.
Buying the RFP does not entitle the purchaser to bid for the services. However, no bid can be submitted without procuring the RFP documents, states the BCCI.
The BCCI had launched the NCA in Bengaluru in year 2000 as a centre of excellence for upcoming cricketers. The NCA also serves as a rehabilitation centre of Indian cricketers.