PWD (Public Works Department) Delhi is a government agency under the flagship of the Government of Delhi. This department undertakes planning, designing, construction and maintenance of all government buildings and infrastructure. PWD Delhi tenders, therefore, revolve around building and maintenance contracts (unlike CPWD tenders that is under the central government).
What are the kind of contracts tendered by PWD Delhi?
The government agency builds and maintains hospitals, schools, colleges, technical institutes, police buildings, prisons, courts, etc. They are also responsible for assets in infrastructure development like roads, bridges, flyovers, footpaths, subways, foot over bridges, etc.
Also check: List of latest tenders in Delhi
To understand the scope of work under PWD Delhi government tenders, you first need to know that the PWD has divided the area of work into different zones:
- Maintenance Zones – 1 to 4
- Building Zones – 1 and 2
- Flyover Zone – 1
Maintenance Zone – 1
This zone includes south-west and west districts of Delhi and the Ring Road from AIIMS to Punjabi Bagh clockwise, Outer Ring Road from IIT to NH-8, Janakpuri to Peera Garhi and other PWD roads in this sector.
Maintenance Zone – 2
This zone includes east and north-east districts of Delhi and bridges across river Yamuna as well as Delhi Sachivalaya Complex.
Maintenance Zone – 3
This zone includes north and north-west districts of Delhi and the Ring Road from Punjabi Bagh to ISBT clockwise, Outer Ring Road from Peera Garhi to ISBT and other PWD roads in this sector.
Maintenance Zone – 4
This zone includes south, central and New Delhi districts of Delhi and the Ring Road from ISBT to AIIMS clockwise, Outer Ring Road from Modi Mill to IIT and other PWD roads in this sector.
Building Zone – 1
Construction of major projects of all departments throughout Delhi except Health Department.
Building Zone – 2
Construction of major projects of Health Department including maintenance of LNJP Hospital Complex, GTB Hospital Complex & BSA Hospital Complex.
Flyover Zone – 1
Construction of new flyovers, ROB/RUB, underpass and new corridors throughout Delhi.
How to find PWD Delhi tenders?
Delhi government PWD tenders are published under the Active tender page of the official PWD Delhi website. Once you are on the homepage you will need to scroll down once to find the ‘Active tenders’ option. Clicking on this option will take you to a webpage labelled Tender information.
Here you can search for tenders using various filters provided including:
- Subcategory (Active, Close and Cancelled)
- Tender title
- Tender ID
The Tender information page will already have a list of tenders in a table form. Have a look at some of the latest e-Tenders of PWD Delhi.
|Project Electrical Division
|Committee Room 2&3, CR-11, Admin Block and 3rd floor, WS-1
|Southeast Building Maintenance Division
|Supplying and Fixing of Lumber Processor
|Horticulture East Division
|Provide and display summer/rainy season potted plants
Note: To view more details and the complete list of PWD tenders in Delhi, please visit: www.pwddelhi.gov.in
Clicking on ‘Tender Id’ of each tender will allow you to view NIT (Notice Inviting Tender) document and corrigendum. Clicking on ‘Tender Title’ of each tender will take you to Delhi e-Tendering portal.
How to apply for Delhi PWD tenders?
Once you find the right tender from the list as mentioned above, clicking on the Tender title of the chosen tender will take you to the Delhi e-Tendering portal. If you have found a tender using the search option of the PWD portal, then you will be able to see only the particular tender you have searched for in the same table form displayed above.
Delhi e-Tendering portal is similar to the Central Public Procurement Portal (CPPP) of the central government. Delhi tenders are published on the e-Procurement system of the Government of Delhi and like CPPP website, it is hosted by the National Informatics Centre.
If you are a contractor, manufacturer or a supplier looking to participate in tenders of PWD Delhi, then you will have to register your business on the portal to apply for tenders. The registration process will give you a login ID and password which can be used to login to the portal and find and submit bids for relevant tenders.
How to register on Delhi e-Tendering portal?
The Delhi e-Procurement platform follows the same registration process as CPPP:
- Go to Delhi e-Procurement platform (https://govtprocurement.delhi.gov.in/)
- Click on the ‘Online bidder enrolment’ hyperlink located just under the login button
- Fill in the form that appears
- Click on ‘Submit’
Like the CPPP, to register on Delhi e-Tender portal you would need a Class III Digital Signature Certificate from a registered certifying authority.
Once you create login credentials, the next step is to link your e-Procurement account to your registered DSC.
- Insert the drive that contains your DSC into your computer
- Login to the Kerala e-Procurement portal with your login credentials
- Click on the ‘Sign in Certificate’
- Click on the required DSC from the list of certificates that appear under the ‘Digital Signature: Signing’ box. These certificates are sourced from the drive you have inserted in the computer.
- Click on ‘Ok’
The Delhi e-Tendering portal also has a search option where you can find PWD Delhi tenders. There is a search option is given on the homepage of the website. Clicking on that will take you to advanced search where you can filter your tender search options. You can filter your search according to Tender type (e.g., open tenders, closed tenders), Tender ID, Tender reference number, Tender category, Product category, etc. Just entering a few of these filters or even one filter would be enough to give you search results.
How to find PWD Delhi tenders in time?
If you want to participate in active tenders and keep yourself updated about the lates government tender invitations, you should visit PWD Delhi website or the Delhi e-Tendering portal and check for tenders every day.
If you have no time to check tendering portals daily, then signing up for private tendering portals will be an easier way to check for tender updates. Tender websites like Tata nexarc’s Tenders will send daily updates of the latest government tenders to its subscribers via SMS or email. Opening the message would give you a download of a list of active tenders that matches your business needs.