INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
7, Race Course Road, Indore

Ph. No. 0731-2531312,2434541,2533355,2549051 e.mail : idaindore7@yahoo.in Fax.No. 0731-2430553 EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Ad. No. Date

The Indore Development Authority (IDA), is an autonomous organization under Housing and Environment Department, Government of M.P. IDA invites Expression of Interest from Leading Master Planner who have conceptualized, finalized the Master Planning of commercial area and having expertise in designing of Transit Oriented development (TOD) Plans. The project area is approximately 7.8 Sq.km., 300 meters on either side in the span of 13 kilometers SUPER CORRIDOR with mixed and variable land use. The Client seeks a Master Planner who can embrace the vision, enhance it with innovative ideas and work with the Client and Project Management team to make this vision a reality. Interested architectural consultancy firms may apply to the undersigned. Detailed documents are available on payment on Rs. 5000/- ( Rs. Five thousand only). The documents can also be downloaded from the web site www.idaindore.org .Offer documents must accompany the fees receipts or D.D. in favor of Indore Development Authority, if document is downloaded from the website. Last date for the submission of Offer of the letter of intent is 12-10-10. For Further Details Please Contact To Mr. Vijay S. Marathe on mob no. 098936 99134 or on E-mail – vijay.ida@gmail.com

Chief Executive Officer Indore Development Authority (IDA)

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INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
7, RACE COURSE ROAD , INDORE ( M.P.)

RFP DOCUMENT FOR APPOINTMENT OF CONSULTANT FOR PREPARATION OF MASTER PLAN FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SUPER CORRIDOR

MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR

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INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
7, Race Course Road, Indore

Ph. No. 0731-2531312,2434541,2533355,2549051 e.mail : idaindore7@yahoo.in
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Fax. No. 0731-2430553

Date

28-09-10

Dear Sir/Madam,

Sub: Appointment of Consultant for preparation of Master Plan for Development of Super Corridor on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) basis in Indore Indore Development Authority ("the Client"), headquartered in Indore, India intends to develop a mixed use project located in Indore, India. The project land area is approximately 7.8sq.km. The development, 300 meters on either side of the RW-2, spans 13 kilometers from the airport to Vijay Nagar City center connecting the east city to the airport, together known as the SUPER CORRIDOR. The development provides remarkable opportunities to develop and direct the city‟s growth to newly envisioned areas. The Client seeks a Master Planner who can embrace the vision, enhance it with innovative ideas and work with the Client and Project Management team to make this vision a reality. The Master Plan Consultant is required to assemble a team of specialists to cover the Requirement detailed in the RFP, including but not limited to: environmental sustainability Specialists, Infrastructure consultant, Architect, theming, landscape, engineering consultants who are willing to work in Indore, India. IDA hereby invites proposals from internationally reputed Consulting Firms to prepare the Master plan, Draft Development Control Regulations (DCR), conceptual master plan, preliminary and final Master plan with concept design for infrastructure and detailed design submissions as detailed in this RFP.
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Annual average turnover for last 3 years should be minimum Rs. Chandramauli Shukla Chief Executive Officer Indore Development Authority. the fee for document in the form of demand draft payable at Indore must be furnished in a separate envelope along with the Eligibility Document.00 hrs.. ii. on 12-10-10. cost estimates for at least one Such project in last 5 years.refundable document fee of Rs. The respondent shall be solely responsible for any cost they may incur for site visit. 5000 (Rupees five thousand only) in the form of Demand Draft favoring „Indore Development Authority‟ and payable at Indore.Designing of infrastructure for two projects involving development of minimum 300 acres land in last 5 years. 5 Crores (from Consultancy Fees). communications etc. IDA will not be responsible for any delay in receiving the Proposals and reserves the right at its absolute discretion to proceed or not to proceed with the project without assigning any reason. B. The following are the eligibility criteria for consultants / consortia wishing to apply.org. Consultant should have completed preparation of Master Planning . Request for Proposal (RFP) documents can be obtained between 1100 hrs and 1600hrs on all working days from 30-09-10 upto 7-10-10 at the address for communication mentioned below. In that case. The Consultant should have completed preparation of design drawings. transport. The date of submission of Letter of intent & Confidentiality Undertaking is up to 17.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Please note that while all the information and data regarding this RFP is to the best of Authority‟s knowledge accurate within the considerations of scoping the proposed project. sub-consultancy is not allowed. i. in the process of submission of proposal. For further information they may contact IDA Office.idaindore. JV/Consortium should not contain more than two partners. The document can also be downloaded from IDA‟s web site http://www. A. the Authority holds no responsibility for the accuracy of this information and it is the responsibility of the Transaction Adviser to check the validity of data included in the document. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 4 . on payment of Non. iii.

EVALUATION NAD AWARD PROCESS 6. ATTACHMENTS MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 5 . INSTRUCTIONS AND SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS 3. SCOPE OF SERVICES 4.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY CONTENTS 1. PROJECT BRIEF 5. INTRODUCTION 2.

6 1.2 1. India-Background information Project Context Development Program The Client MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 6 .7 Introduction Invitation to Consultant The Client's Vision Indore.3 1.4 1.1 1.INTRODUCTION 1.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SECTION 1 .5 1.

1 General By means of this Request for proposal ("RFP"). spans 13 kilometers from the airport to Vijay Nagar City center connecting the east city to the airport. India. Financial Proposal and Interview followed by conceptual master plan.1. India intends to develop a mixed use project located in Indore. landscape.km. Indore Development Authority ("the Client"). and is organized as follows: Section One : Introduction Section Two : Instructions and Submission Requirements Section Three : Scope of Services Section Four : Project Brief Section Five Section Six : Evaluation and Award Process : Attachments Page 7 MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR . The development provides remarkable opportunities to develop and direct the city‟s growth to newly envisioned areas.1 General The Project Developer. 1. zones and activities identified in the 2021 Master plan for Indore by Town and Country Planning department. Indore Development Authority is pleased to invite consultants to provide services to develop the Master Plan for the mixed use Transit oriented development incorporating land-use. theming. Architect. together known as the SUPER CORRIDOR. The development. The project land area is approximately 7. for the "Super Corridor Project".INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 1.8sq.2 INVITATION TO CONSULTANTS 1. including but not limited to: environmental sustainability Specialists. preliminary and final Master plan with concept design for infrastructure and detailed design submissions as detailed in this report. India. The Initial submission will include Technical Proposal. Infrastructure consultant. engineering consultants who are willing to work in Indore. 300 meters on either side of the RW-2. headquartered in Indore.1 INTRODUCTION 1. The Master Plan Consultant is required to assemble a team of specialists to cover the Requirement detailed in the RFP.2.

"SCP means the SUPER CORRIDOR PROJECT.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY A B C 1. design and construction projects that make up the development program. sustainability and concept designs for the SUPER CORRIDOR PROJECT. 1. "Master Planner (MP) means the Consultant who provides the detailed master plan. The details of deliverables of Master Plan Services are defined in detail in Section Three – Scope of Services. C. 1. Confidentiality Undertaking Master Program Sample consultancy Contract "Request for Proposal" (RFP) includes the documents listed in the contents of the RFP and any modifications thereof or additions thereto incorporated by addenda before close of Proposals.4.3 General Description of the Services IDA hereby invites the consultants herein after referred to as "The Respondents" to submit the Master plans with Technical and Financial proposals. Milestones MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 8 . "Respondent" means the prime Master Plan Consultant firm who is responding to this RFP. landscape.2.Stage: During the tendering stage the respondent should submit technical and financial proposal along with master planning approach and methodology as defined in detail in Section 2. G. including architectural. which comprises an area of 7.8sq. "Client" means Indore Development Authority (IDA). B. RFP . E.2 Definitions A. "Project Manager" (interchangeably used as Program Manager) means the entity authorized by IDA to manage and oversee the master planning. D.2. engineering.km. "Project Site" means the existing Super corridor with 300m on either side of the 13 kilometer long and 175m wide RW-2 & MR!0.2. F. The evaluation committee will review the submission of each respondent and comments will be compiled to a report and only one respondent (top ranking) will be short listed for interview shall be asked to proceed with the Conceptual Master plan.

with an enviable location and giving a clear vision of horizon with large mixed-use development zones to bring about a change to the character of the city. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 9 . with all elements for work. dining. offices and leisure all in one place. and leisure contained within the project.Project Brief. Super Corridor Project is a development that offers prominence and a corridor that is distinguished by the embodiment of natural surroundings. Tender packages shown on the Master Schedule are preliminary. Milestones: Schedule: RFP Letter of intent & Confidentiality Undertaking 12-10-10 1100 hrs and 1600hrs on all working days from 30-09-10 upto 11-10-10 11-10-10 at 1600 Hrs 28-10-10 28-10-10 8-11-10 May be altered 12-11-10 May be altered SUPER CORRIDOR PROJECT Collection of Documents from IDA office Pre bid Meeting Submission of Technical and Financial offer Opening Of Technical Bid Opening Of Financial Bid Tender Award The Respondent should refer to the Master Program in the Attachment F for further details.3 THE CLIENT'S VISION The vision for Super Corridor offers a rich and vibrant transit experience that encompasses the finest and easily accessible work. The Super Corridor project will be implemented on a competitive bid. create a “city within a city”. hotels. 1. but are indicative of the scope of work. The vision and objectives are further elaborated in Section Four . living. fast track process.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The following dates reflect the preliminary project schedule and Milestones for the submission of Master Plan bid by 28-10-10 and award of Contract on 12-11-10. schools. entertainment. shopping.

narrow streets. SCP is envisioned to be a TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT (TOD) serving the city. Examples of these features include mixed-use development that will use transit at all times of day. Indore was once the capital of the princely state of Indore. As a result. The location of Indore makes it central to the Indian subcontinent.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The Client seeks a Master Planner who can embrace the vision. Indore. SUPER CORRIDOR. and is situated on the Malwa Plateau. Some examples of TODs adopted by cities and have been successful models are: MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 10 1. with an area of 3898 sq km. TOD contains specific features that are designed to encourage public transport use and differentiate the development from urban sprawl. technological and educational activity. the AIRPORT. the city has become a hub of industrial. It is an express link for the eastern city to the Airport. The location of Indore is just south of the Satpura range. This enhances the opportunities that the abutting land provides all along the road RW-2 & MR10. at an altitude of 553 meters above sealevel. Indore It is the largest city of the CentralIndian state of Madhya Pradesh. India – BACKGROUND/GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION The project is located in Indore. TODs generally are located within a radius of 500 to 750 m from a transit stop. both economically and socially. proposed Railway stations and Inter-state bus terminus (in close proximity) and the ultimate destination of the under construction expressway RW-2. . It would enable travelers to shun the city traffic and reach the airport in no time. metro station. as this is considered to be an appropriate scale for pedestrians. Another key feature of transit-oriented development is reduced amounts of parking for personal vehicles. The strong historical background has given the city rich culture and heritage and it is therefore emerging as a popular tourist spot today. It is the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh and is also the administrative headquarters of the Indore District and the Indore Division. tram stop. A TOD neighborhood typically has a center with a transit station or stop (train station. The strategic location of Indore has also contributed to its manifold development. The city once used to serve as the summer capital of the former state of Madhya Bharat. excellent pedestrian facilities such as high quality pedestrian crossings. The Super corridor offers to enhance the already rich culture with modern development elements and amenities. and tapering of buildings as they become more distant from the public transport node. enhance it with innovative ideas and work with the Client and Project Management team to make this vision a reality.4. or bus stop). India. surrounded by relatively high-density development with progressively lower-density development spreading outwards from the center.

so it has arranged unique adaptations. there is a condominium construction boom along the route on Sheppard Avenue East between Yonge Street and Don Mills Road. BC near the Metrotown SkyTrain Station. Since the opening of the Sheppard subway line in 2002. Curitiba was organized into transport corridors very early in its history. 1. with modern facilities. The areas around stations have spurred the development of billions of dollars of high-density real estate. which began in the late 1980s. entertainment & work spots. Over the years. invest and caters to the needs of a diverse community.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY CURITIBA One of the earliest and most successful examples of TOD is Curitiba. and the present development of the 2 km of the Yonge Street corridor north of Sheppard Avenue. a full range of services and well-maintained infrastructure offering a highly desirable place to work.5 PROJECT CONTEXT It is envisioned to be landmark development for IDA in Indore and will attract top-class brands. SCP is to become a vibrant. healthy. with multiple highrises near the many stations. limited access and speeds similar to subway systems. Most notable are the development of the Yonge and Eglinton area in the 1960s and 1970s. clean and safe environment. it has integrated its zoning and transportation to place high density development next to high capacity transportation. TORONTO Toronto has a longstanding policy of encouraging new construction along the route of its primary Yonge Street subway line. In the period since 1997 alone the latter stretch has seen the appearance of a major new shopping centre and the building and occupation of over twenty thousand new units of condominium housing. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 11 . leading tenants. Of note is the Metrotown area of the suburb of Burnaby. such as bus routes (inexpensive infrastructure) with routing systems. The source of innovation in Curitiba has been a unique form of participatory city planning that emphasizes public education. live. discussion and agreement. VANCOUVER Greater Vancouver has had a strong history of creating new development around its SkyTrain lines and also created the concept of regional town centres around the major stations and transit corridors. Curitiba has focused on working with economical forms of infrastructure. in Brazil.

1.IDA also controls and regulates the development in the city or authority limits.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 1. entertainment. schools. economic and touristic position of Libya.6 DEVELOPEMENT PROGRAM The development of SCP is based on a medium and long term strategy that integrates a series of goals to create a rich and vibrant experience that encompasses the finest and easily accessible work. Ensure environmental sustainability principles incorporated.6 MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 12 . offices and leisure all in one place and that will enable the creation of a viable experience. IDA functions to enliven the visions of the proposed Master Plan by Town and Country Planning Office. India. dining.     These goals include: Design unique development concept to support socio-cultural. headquartered in Indore. THE CLIENT The Client: The Project Developer. Indore Development Authority ("the Client") is an Authority. Provide quality conservation and entertainment experience for visitors. hotels. Institute sound business practice towards financial sustainability. shopping.

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Equipment.Instructions and Submission Requirements 2.1 2.6 Submission Deadline Inquiry Contacts Proposal Document Package A .3 2.2 2.5 2.Financial Proposal Terms & Information Form A-1: Staff Qualification Sheet Form A-2: Indicative Effort Plan Form B-1: Proposal Submission Form Form 8-2: Lump Sum Price Sheet Form B-3: Master Plan Basic Service Breakdown Sheet Form 8-4: Master Plan Disbursements Breakdown Sheet Form B-5: Rate Schedule (Including Labor. Other) Form B-6: Indicative Payment Schedule MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 14 .INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SECTION 2 .Technical Proposal Package B .4 2.

Indore. India T: 0731 . India.1 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: The proposal for the SCP shall be submitted on or before 1600 Hours. Chandramauli Shukla Chief Executive Officer Indore Development authority Indore Delivered to: First floor. and submitted in sealed envelopes.2.com Mob: 098936-99134 T 0731-2549051 F 0731.2532094 F: 0731. Responses to such requests will be supplied to all prospective Respondents. 7.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2.2430553 MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 15 .1. Race Course Road.ida@gmail. Indore Email: vijay. 2. India time 28-10-10. All proposal submissions shall be addressed to: Mr.2430553 2.1 Proposal Submission Queries: Mr. Proposal submissions shall be prepared in three separate packages (soft & hard copies) as defined in this section.2 2. Proposals shall be delivered to the offices located on First floor. Race Course Road. Indore. Vijay Marathe Chief City planner Indore Development authority 7 Race Corse road.1.1 2.2 INQUIRY CONTACTS All inquiries or request for clarification must be communicated and received in writing by the Development Manager at least xx calendar days prior to submittal date. Proposals received after the date and time specified for closing will not be considered. 7.

2. if they have not already done so.3.2 The Respondent must ensure that each package is assembled in an envelope or packing and clearly marked with the following. must be included in the submission of the Package B .3.3. A.3.3.Technical Proposal.Financial Proposal.3. Letter may be sent via fax or E-mail and must be received 12-10-10 2.e.Tender stage Package B . B.4 sets . post or hand delivery. B.3.    Respondent's name and address Project Title Content of Package (i.3. Fax must be received by 12-10-10.1 The Proposal shall be submitted in Three (3) packages: A.3. C. 2.3 PROPOSAL DOCUMENT 2. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 16 . The signed agreement may be sent via fax or E-mail with the original following by registered air mail.Master Planner Approach & Methodology 2.3. attached at the end of this Section.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2.3.2 Confidentiality Undertaking The Respondent shall complete.Financial Proposal. Respondents should note that all forms at the end of this Section are to be enclosed in respondent's Package B – Financial Proposal envelope. Written and spoken language is English unless otherwise noted. must be outlined in a Table of Contents at the front of Package A .5 All documentation must be submitted paper hard copy and soft copy.Technical Proposal .Tender stage Package C . C) 2.3 The total content of the Proposal. including appendices and attachments. 2.1 Acceptance Letter The Respondent shall send an Acceptance letter addressed as state above that acknowledges they have received the RFP and that confirms their intent to submit a proposal that conforms to the RFP.3 Proposal Packages and Submissions: 2. Package A . sign and immediately return the confidentiality Agreement found in Attachment Section -6.4 The Proposal Submission Form.3.4 sets .3.

in the case of a successful Proposal. The Consultant should have completed preparation of design drawings.  A4 size sheets. Eligibility and Pre-Qualification Requirements The following are the eligibility criteria for consultants / consortia wishing to apply.Documentary proof should be attached. witnessed before the Indore Courts and notarized by the same Courts.TECHNICAL PROPOSAL The following format should be followed when preparing the proposal response for Package A . the Agreement. iii.4 PACKAGE A . Such application shall include all relevant details and proposed structure of the joint venture. ii. bound as a booklet. i.Technical Proposal. c) One of the partners shall be designated as being in charge. Annual average turnover for last 3 years should be minimum Rs. shall be jointly and severally legally binding on all partners. Respondents may apply to the IDA for approval to submit a Fee Proposal as a joint venture.Designing of infrastructure for two projects involving development of minimum 300 acres land in last 5 years.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2. e) A copy of the joint venture agreement entered into by the partners shall be submitted with the Proposal MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 17 . d) The partner in charge shall be authorized to incur liabilities and receive instructions for and on behalf of any and all partners of the joint venture and the entire administration of the Agreement. the proposal submission date. An application for such permission shall be made in writing to the Employer not later than five (5) days before. and in the case of a successful Proposal. including receipt of payment shall be performed exclusively by the partner in charge. Consultant should have completed preparation of Master Planning . b) All partners of the joint venture shall be liable jointly and severally for the execution of the Agreement in accordance with the terms of such Agreement and a statement to this effect shall be included in the authorization as well as in the Proposal and. Such designation shall be legalized by submitting a power of attorney signed by legally authorized signatories of all the partners. the Agreement. Proposals submitted by a joint venture of two (2) or more persons or firms acting as joint venture partners shall comply with the following requirements: a) The Proposal. 5 Crores (from Consultancy Fees). cost estimates for at least one Such project in last 5 years.

2.2 Letter of Introduction Two pages maximum. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 18 . facsimile number. describe at least five.Project Fee .Size of Project . which demonstrates the proposed Project Team's experience in providing the Services. Include the following information: .Other Project Team Members . contract file number. but no more than ten projects of a similar type. address.1 Title Page Identify the RFP name. Email address. the names of Subconsultant Team members and the name and contact details of the Firm's contact person. Clearly identify the role of the various team members on the previous projects.Team Sub-consultants .Lead Architect .4. 2.1 Capabilities Indicate the Firm's and each Sub-consultant's qualifications and capabilities for the project. telephone number.Project Scope of Works .Date Services Completed Additional sub-consultant company brochures should be submitted separately and are not part of the page limit. Firm name. and unique aspects of your Team and the proposal. submission closing date.Project Description .4. including past projects having similar requirements to the one being proposed. introducing the Firm and the proposal and signed by the person(s) authorized to sign on behalf of the Company to statements made in the proposal. Provide a narrative Summary Statement identifying the success factors.3.3 Company Profile and Personnel Experience and Qualifications 2. When listing similar projects.Firm's Role .Project Name . differentiators.4.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2.4.

1 Provide two organization charts for the Project Team A.3. locations where they will perform the majority of the work.4. 2. title. The listing should MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 19 . Respondents are requested to select one Benchmark Project that best exemplifies the qualifications.3 Design Exclusions The Proposer shall expressly identify any and all design exclusions that are not covered in the scope of services. Provide the name.4. email address. A. In addition.4. phone and fax numbers for each references. Listing of all Sub-consultants who form part of the Project Team with a clear indication of the extent of the work to be subcontracted to them.4 Respondents Team Organization and Key Staff 2. A minimum of two (2) are requested for the prime Respondent.4. At least one reference is required for each of the firms participating in a Sub-consultant agreement for this project. Provide summary level qualifications of other Key Personnel and Senior Staff to be assigned to this project. Provide qualifications and information for the Project Manager for the Respondent's Team.2 Highlight key staff qualifications. and other personal data. Include brief description of projects where he/she have served in similar roles.3.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2. C.2 References Respondents are requested to provide client references for recent projects that have involved major participation by key personnel on the Respondent's Team. Provide qualifications and information for the Lead Planner for the Respondents Team. experience and achievements of the top personnel on the Respondents Team who will be responsible for the project. Include brief descriptions of projects where he/she have served in similar roles. 2.4. Include a description of their roles and the dates worked on the project and contact information for a senior client representative.4. D. B.4. Identify roles of each firm and where they will be based during the master planning phase B. 2. Respondent organization showing composition of team showing names of key staff including all Sub-consultants. Organization chart of the Respondent's head office showing the interface and reporting lines for this project.

Indicate who will be the primary. 2. 2.4. 2.4.7 Cost and Schedule 2.2 Outline approach to the engagement of the Client and other industry professionals and potential in the planning process of the SCP.5 Discuss how Respondent's methodology takes into account the difference between the Client's work days and office hours and those of the Respondent.6.       The scope of work Challenges and opportunities Adequacy of the project schedule Other project constraints Critical design/planning issues Expected post master plan services 2. 2.4.4 Discuss proposed approach to design management and coordination.1 Discuss Respondent's understanding of the key issues for the SCP.1 Outline process that will be used to develop cost estimates and to monitor costs during the design/planning phase.3 Outline Respondent's methodology of how facility design will proceed from concept through final design including data gathering. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 20 .6.4.5 Project Understanding Provide a narrative analysis showing your Team's comprehensive understanding of the proposed project including the following.4. client interface and where they will be based.4.4. 2. the office location and previous experience teaming together E.7.6 Methodology 2.4. Provide qualifications.4.6.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY also include full details of the Sub-consultants staff proposed for the project.6. 2.6. Highlight how project will be delivered in conformance with the proposed budget and schedule. workshop facilitation and roles of subconsultants.

8 Quality Management System The Respondent shall implement management systems that meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 in all respects.7.4. body.4.11 Conflicts of Interest The Respondent shall have considered the implications of making this submission or of providing the services which are the subject of this Request for Fee Proposal and either submit a statement.4. 2. 2. 2.7.4. 2.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2. association or like organization or any individual or group of individuals who might have an interest in MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 21 .5 The total Package A submission should include the Respondent's completed version of: o Company Profile Sheet o Staff Qualifications Sheet (Form A-I) o Indicative Effort Plan (Form A-2) o Technical Issues Sheet 2.2 Provide details of the Respondent's (Firm's) proposed internal scope and budget creep controls systems.7. and how this is incorporated into the design/planning process.10 Systems Statement The Respondent shall submit a statement detailing the firm's information technology capability including details of all computer hardware/software that it proposes to use on the Project.4. Include description of how the results are measured.4 Submit a CPM schedule for planning phase highlighting client review time and critical milestones that correspond to project deliverables and operational input.4.3 Discuss Respondent's familiarity with local conditions and how this knowledge will be utilized in developing cost and schedule estimates. Address approach to value engineering.4. 2. 2.7.9 Office and Workload Statement The Respondent shall submit a statement indicating the firm's existing and anticipated workload during the course of the Project. declaring that it is satisfied that no potential conflict of interest or relationship exists between the Respondent and any other company. Such statement shall include the anticipated start and completion dates of other anticipated projects which coincide with the Programme of this Project.4.

Respondent will be responsible for identifying the location and design parameters. Conceptual Master Plan Basic Service Breakdown Sheet (Form B-3) f. Indicative Payment Schedule (Form B-6) i.5. unless otherwise agreed by the Client. 2.5 PACKAGE B .5. 2.5.1 The total Package B submission should include the Respondent's completed version of: a. Respondents may revise remaining forms to add labor categories as needed. however. 2.2 Services are as described in the Scope of Services section of this RFP.1 Respondents may not alter in any way Proposal Submission Form or Execution by Respondent Form. Lump Sum Price Sheet (Form B-2) c.1. 2.1. Final Master Plan Breakdowns (Form B-3. Copies of Insurance Certificates as requested in RFP 2. but must retain layout and content as issued in this RFP.5.4 Daily unit rates are based upon a 48-hour workweek.1) d. These will be provided by the IDA. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 22 .5. Third party costs for subsurface investigations should not be included in disbursements.1. Conceptual Master Plan Disbursements Breakdown Sheet (Form B-4) g.Financial Proposal.3 In the event that additional attendance and/or works are authorized by the IDA during the course of the Agreement then the work may be undertaken using the indicative unit rates. Any additional time over and above this workweek period will not be subject to additional reimbursement by the Client. All fees and disbursements are to be inclusive of inflation for the duration of the project and should be quoted in INR (Indian Rupees). submit a statement detailing any relationships which might be considered as possible conflicts of interest. 2.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY the subject of this Request of Fee proposal or.FINANCIAL PROPOSAL The following directions and formats should be followed when preparing the proposal response for Package B . Proposal Submission Form (Form B-I) b.2) e. Rate Schedule (Form B-5) h. Preliminary Master Plan Breakdowns (Form B-3.1.

2.1 If Respondents need to take exception to any provision of the proposal or clarify any element of their proposal.1 The lead Respondent must provide copies of insurance certificates with their proposal showing the firm's limits on the following types of insurance: a.6 PACKAGE C: Master Plan-Approach & Methodology.5 Respondents fee should take into account workdays and standard INDIA 48 hour workweeks. 2.5. this should be clearly identified in their proposal.2. 2. General Liability Coverage.2 Proposal Exceptions/Clarifications 2. project approach and methodology with similar project references. b. The following format should be followed when preparing the proposal response for Package C.5. d. at its sole discretion.5.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2. Professional Liability Insurance Coverage.3. This section should provide sufficient detail to allow the PMC and the Client to understand the impact and implications of the exceptions or clarifications in the evaluation of the proposal.2 Respondents should understand that the IDA reserves the right to accept or not accept any exceptions/clarifications included in Respondent's proposal in evaluating the proposals at the IDA's sole discretion. Umbrella Liability Coverage.3 Attachments 2. 2. c.5.1 Purpose MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 23 . The following terms will apply to this Request for Proposal and to any subsequent contract. 2.5. Workman's Compensation Coverage.7 TERMS AND INFORMATION The Respondent confirms it has obtained and carefully examined all of the documents making up this Request for Proposal issued by IDA and any addenda issued in connection therewith.2. Package C consists of Presentation CD which demonstrates the capacity of developing the master plan.1. 2. The IDA may use such exceptions / clarifications as a basis for not entering into a contract with the Respondent.7.5.

As it is the Client's purpose to obtain a proposal most suitable to its interests and what it wishes to accomplish. The Respondent shall be responsible for verifying and interpreting all site data and other information provided by the Client to the Respondent. any proposal which either: Is incomplete. and other available information. The Client is not bound to accept the lowest priced or any proposal of those submitted. 2.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The purpose of this Request for Proposal is to inform potential Respondents of a business opportunity and solicit proposals. financial capabilities. its surroundings. be rejected. Furthermore. The Client will not be obligated in any manner to any Respondent whatsoever until a written contract has been duly executed relating to an approved proposal.2 Acceptance of Proposals The Client reserves the right to modify the terms of the Request for Proposal at any time at its sole discretion. IDA has the right to waive any irregularity or insufficiency in any proposal submitted and to accept the proposal deemed most favorable to the interest of the Client. and conducted such further tests and investigations that it required to have satisfied itself of all site conditions which could affect its design Services. The IDA reserves the right to accept or reject all or part of the proposal. the Respondent is deemed to have inspected and examined the Site. Upon submission of the Proposal to the Client. The Client shall have no responsibility or liability whatsoever for the accuracy.4 Visiting Site and Examining Documents The Respondent shall visit the Site and is responsible for obtaining all information that may be necessary for the purpose of submitting a Proposal and entering into an Agreement with the Client. Fails to complete the information required by the RFP may. obligations and responsibilities to be undertaken in the Agreement. 2. It shall carefully examine the Proposal Documents and satisfy itself as to risks.3 Rejection of Proposal IDA reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. however it is not precluded from modifying the selected Respondent's proposal to best suit the needs of the IDA. The Respondent shall not rely and shall be deemed not to have MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 24 .7. sufficiency or completeness of such site data and other.7. This Request for Proposal should not be construed as a contract to purchase goods or services. 2. completion schedule. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing. at the Client's sole discretion. a proposal may be rejected on the basis of a Respondent's past performance. Omits or fails to include any one or more items in the proposal offer for which a price is required by the RFP.7.

omission. If the Respondent becomes aware of any such ambiguity or discrepancy the Respondent shall immediately. ambiguities or discrepancies. clarification or other information given verbally by the client or its Representative or any of its assistants at any meeting or discussion held in terms of this clause shall be binding or taken into account in preparing and evaluating Proposals unless and until such instruction. query with regards to works being executed or not or as to anything to be done or not to be done or as to any other matter or thing. unfitness for purpose. the Proposer provides a written release and indemnity. 2. prior to entering the Employer's premises and lands. loss of or damage to property and any other loss.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY relied on any such data or information provided by the Client and the Client shall not be liable to the Respondent (whether or not arising out of any negligence on the part of the Client or any agent or servant thereof) in respect of any inaccuracy.7.7. No instruction. 2. error. explanations. neither the Client nor the Client‟s Agents warrant the accuracy of the Proposal Documents.7 Addenda MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 25 . However.5 Indemnity to Employer The Proposer and any of its employees or agents will be granted permission by the Employer to enter its premises and land for the purpose of inspection in connection with the Proposal. The Client may issue an addendum. clarifications and copies of revised documents or drawings (if any) will be issued as "Notices to Respondents" and circulated to all Respondents not later that three (3) days before the date stipulated for delivery of Proposals. cost and expense however caused. on the condition that. clarifications given and copies of revised documents or drawings to all Respondents. the Respondent must notify the nominated representative of the Client not later than seven (7) days before the date stipulated for the delivery of Proposals. not later that three (3) days before the date stipulated for delivery of Proposals. including explanations. The Client‟s response. but not later than seven (7) days before the date stipulated for the delivery of Proposals. clarifying the ambiguity or discrepancy. damage. defect or inadequacy of such site data or information. The Respondent shall peruse the Proposal Documents with a view to identifying any errors. In no case will any procedure in connection with clarification and interpretation of Proposal Documents give the right to Respondents to claim an extension of the time set for submitting Proposals. notify the representative nominated by the Client in writing. 2.6 Ambiguity and Discrepancies The Proposal Documents are provided in good faith and are believed to be reliable.7. indemnifying the Employer and its servants and agents from and against all liability in respect of personal injury. clarification or information is confirmed in writing by the Client to all Respondents. Should the Respondent consider that there is any other doubt or obscurity in the meaning of any part of the Proposal Documents.

7.7.12 Reservation of Rights IDA reserves the right to award work to any Respondent on this or any future phase. 2.11 Clarification The Client reserves the right to seek proposal clarification with the Respondents to assist in making evaluations.10 Confidentiality IDA shall use its best efforts to keep confidential all proposals received from prospective Respondents. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 26 . Technical or commercial material included in the proposal shall not be released. These Addenda shall be incorporated into and form part of the Proposal Documents. Information pertaining to the Client obtained by the Respondent as a result of participation in this project is confidential and must not be disclosed without written authorization from the Client.8 Cost of Preparation Respondents are solely responsible for their own expenses in preparing a proposal and for subsequent negotiations with the client.7. in its absolute discretion. 2. subject to such Addenda being circulated to all Respondents not later that three (3) days before the date stipulated for delivery of Proposals. the Client may.7. with the exception for accommodation in Indore during the first site visit (pre bid conference). 2. 2. make revisions. revisions or deletions to all Respondents in the form of "Addenda".9 Time for Awarding All proposals shall be kept open for acceptance by the Client for a period of Ninety (90) days after the date of submission unless subsequently revised by addendum.7.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The Client may. additions or deletions to the Proposal Documents. provide further explanations. 2. The Respondent is required to acknowledge receipt in writing to the Client of each Addendum. at its discretion at any time thereafter. The material contained in the successful proposal may be incorporated in a contract. If a written contract cannot be signed within 45 days of notification to the lead Respondent. terminate the contract award process with that Respondent and either award a contract to the next qualified Respondent or cancel the RFP process and not enter into a contract with any Respondent. and issue such explanations.

may not be used for any purpose other than the submission of proposals.11 Commencements and Completion of Work If awarded the contract.7.7. or body corporate. Respondents in connection with proposals submitted for this project and the Respondent has no knowledge of the contents of other proposals and has made no comparison of figures or agreement or arrangement. 2.13 Liability for Errors While the Client has used considerable efforts to ensure an accurate representation of information of this RFP.14 Conditions Pertaining to This Request for Proposals o All proposals become the property of the IDA. or any portion thereof.13 No Withdrawal of Proposal This proposal shall not be withdrawn after opening thereof until it has been considered and rejected or until a contract has been awarded to a successful Respondent and a formal contract executed in respect thereof or expiration of Ninety (90) days from the time of receipt of the proposal. nor is it comprehensive or exhaustive. Also all the respondents are requested to submit the Tender Bond along with their Proposal. There is no collusion or arrangement between the Respondent and any other actual or prospective. 2.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2. The information is not guaranteed or warranted to be accurate by the Client. other than the Respondent has or will have any share in this proposal or in the proposed contract which may be completed in respect thereof.10 Use of Request for Proposal This document. 2. no person either natural.7.7.7. the Respondent shall begin work on the date defined by the Client as Notice to proceed and shall execute the work in such a manner so as to complete the work within the time specified in the proposal document.12 No Collusion Except as otherwise specified or as arising by reason of a provision of the proposal documents.7. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 27 . Nothing in this RFP is intended to relieve Respondents from forming their own opinions and conclusions with respect to matters addressed in this RFP. with any other party in connection with making of the proposal. express or implied. Refer Attachment -6 2. 2. the information contained in this RFP is supplied solely as a guideline for Respondents. and will not be returned to Respondent.

7. the successful Respondent will be required to share insurance. 2. they.15 Disqualification of Respondent Prospective Respondents are advised that upon issuance of the RFP. Failure to demonstrate satisfactory evidence of financial stability shall be grounds for disqualification. 2. the best professional service response to the SCP. The Client reserves the right to reject any proposal received after the due date or time.17 Times and Dates All times and dates in this RFP refer to India time. the Client will allow unsuccessful Respondents to debrief with its team. in the Client sole judgment. 2. if it is discovered.16 Advance Notice of Conditions Pertaining to Entering into Agreement A.18 Unsuccessful Respondents Debriefing The Client is interested in ensuring Respondents that the Evaluation. are not allowed to have any discussions with members of the Client staff other than those indicated in the RFP for clarification of the RFP. Prior to entering into any agreement with the Client. and to accept the proposal which offers. the Respondent will be required to demonstrate financial stability. to waive minor irregularities and formalities. claims record and litigation information with the Client's insurance carrier.7. if requested. To that end.7.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY o The Clients reserves the right to negotiate modifications of any single proposal. 2. Arrangements will be made to respect the confidentiality of this information. o The Client reserves the right to cancel this RFP. or any member of their Team. and provide bank references. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 28 . Interview and Final Selection process is a fair and equitable process. Prior to entering into any agreement with the Client. could result in the disqualification of the Respondent for this project.7.7. B. to reject any or all proposals. to re-advertise for proposals if necessary. to request clarifications and/or additional information on any proposal. Failure to observe this requirement. after the Client has awarded the project to the successful Respondent and a contract has been executed.19 Proposal Closing Date The proposal must be submitted by the date and time specified by the time and date specified in the RFP or any alternate date and time as officially notified in writing. 2. Respondent shall agree to authorize credit checks.

2.2 Agreement The Consultant whose proposals are considered most suitable will be required to enter into a consultancy agreement with the Client for the master planning and concept design phases. then the Client has the right to appoint other Consultants to provide these services. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 29 .22.3 Contract Price The agreed contract price for the complete services shall be a fixed price including all rates for periodic services and shall not be amended except by authorized variations in writing by Client issued in accordance with the terms of the agreement.7.21 Authorized Signatory Each Respondent shall show their full legal name and business address.1 Rights of Selection The client shall not be bound to accept the proposal with the lowest cost proposal for the services or any other proposal.7. 2. and shall be duly witnessed and dated.22.7. If the first selected Consultant and the Client fail to reach an agreement as to the terms of services. all intellectual properties to the building design documents will be deemed to the Clients property.23. nor shall it be bound to assign any reason for rejection of a proposal received. 2. and shall be signed by the usual signature at the person authorized to bind the Respondent.7.22 Agreement 2. The form of this agreement will be in accordance with the draft specimen conditions of agreement attached.20 Currency All prices shall be in INR (Indian Rupees) and shall be fixed for the full period of the services.7.22.7.4 Ownership of Submittals Provided the Client has given notice and regardless of if the Respondent accepts the result of the Announcement or the payment. 2.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2.7. 2.

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FORM A-1 STAFF QUALIFICATIONS 1. Key Staff Qualifications: Size of Relevant Projects Estimated Construction Value of Relevant Projects Name & Position Degrees & Certifications Years of Experience No. Summary level qualification of other key personnel: Minimum Years of relevant Experience In Libya Minimum Relevant Experienc e in similar projects Position / Category Minimum Qualification In UAE Elsewhere MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 30 . of Relevant Projects Project Manager Lead Designer Master Planner Lead Theme Specialist 2.

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FORM A-2 Indicative Effort Plan P h a s e 1 Phase 2 Building Concept Concept Infrastru Design cture (Block Design diagram s only) hrs hrs Phase 3 Conce pt Landsc ape Design hrs 50% Detail Maste r Plan hrs 90% Detail Maste r Plan hrs Infrastr ucture Schem atic Design hrs Phase 4 100% Detail Maste r Plan hrs Discipline/ Sub Consultan t Concept Master Plan hrs To tal hrs Master Planning Architect of Record/Co ordination Landscape and Urban Furniture Environme ntal Consultanc y Lighting Consultanc y Signage and Wayfinding Infrastructu re / Civil Marine Transportat ion Architect Structure Building Services Other Total MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 31 .

rules. defined words and expressions shall have the same meaning as are respectively assigned to them in the Request for Proposals Documents. In this Proposal Submission Form. standards. _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ DATE OF ISSUE _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ 3. Pursuant to and in compliance with the Request for Proposals documents and the addenda listed above. notices. the Site. licensing and permit requirements. directives. The undersigned acknowledges receipt of the addenda listed hereafter ADDENDA NO. conditions on Site. and all relevant laws. orders and regulations. labor markets and other circumstances which may affect its MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 32 . the undersigned. 2.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FORM B-1 PROPOSAL SUBMISSION FORM (To be submitted on respondent letterhead) Date : ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ “Respondent” To : Submitted By : Email: Address: T: F: 1. the character of equipment and materials needed to perform the work contemplated within the Request for Proposals. being familiar with the Request for Proposals Documents.

When these documents are not signed under embossed Company Seal it is mandatory that each signature be witnessed and these under documents be submitted with a certified true copy of a resolution naming the persons in question. Where a Respondent is comprised of more than person. That it is not relying on any information other than set out in the Request for Proposals and addenda issued pursuant to by the Client. c. are and will be true. That it accepts all of the terms. stipulations and requirements set out in the Request for Proposals. provisions.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Proposal. true and plain disclosure. accurate and complete. b. That it has complied with the instructions. not misleading and in accordance with the principles of full. all persons comprising the Respondent shall be jointly and severally liable. including statements and information hereafter provided. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 33 . That all statement and information set out in its Proposal Submission Form or otherwise provided to the Client in connection with the Request for Proposals. The Respondent warrants and declares: a. Dated this _____________________________day of ________________________2010 Signature: Name: In the capacity of _______________ and duly authorized to sign proposals for and behalf of ______________________________ Witnessed by: Signature: _____________________ Name: Title: Date: _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ Affix Corporate Seal if Incorporated: Note: When these documents are signed after under embossed Company Seal it is not mandatory to have signature(s) witnessed. d. hereby submit a proposal to supply Master Planning Design Services for the Super Corridor project 4. 5.

1.) all in accordance with the description team. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 34 . calculating. When these documents are not signed under embossed Company Seal it is mandatory that each signature be witnessed and these under documents be submitted with a certified true copy of a resolution naming the persons in question.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FORM B-2 LUMP SUM PRICE SHEET (To be submitted on respondent letterhead) MASTER PLAN SERVICES All inclusive Lump Sum Price for all necessary design services for the Phases of the development as described in the Scope Work section 3 of the RFP. Total Disbursements 2. reports etc.(including submission of all documentation. OPTIONAL SERVICES a. Model for full Master Plan (Scale to be defined by Consultant) INR______________ Dated this __________________________day of _____________________________2010 Signature: Name: In the capacity of ____________________and duly authorized to sign proposals for and behalf of ________________________________ Witnesses by: Signature: Name: Title: Affix Corporate Seal if Incorporated: Note: When these documents are signed after under embossed Company Seal it is not mandatory to have signature(s) witnessed. specifications. drawings. Master Planning Services (Including all sub-consultants) b. TOTAL LUMP SUM INR _________________________________ INR______________ INR______________ a.

EQUIPMENT.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FORM B-3 RATE SCHEDULE (INCLUDING LABOR. The list below is indicative and Bidder may expand this and complete as appropriate: DAY WORK RATES Design Principal Project Manager Senior Planner Planner Senior Design Architect Senior Design Engineer Design Architect Design Engineer Landscape Architect Interior Designer Graphic Designer Draftsman Specification Writer Planner Quantity Surveyor Senior Transportation Engineer Senior Infrastructure Engineer Senior MEP Engineer' Engineer Environmental Specialist Marine Engineer Others AED/DAY UNIT RATE AED/WEEK AED/MONTH MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 35 . OTHER) UNIT RATE PRICES The Consultant shall provide here below all inclusive rate Prices for each category.

Data Collection Report Development Programs Concept Master Phase 2 Concept Infrastructure Design Building Concept Design (Block diagrams only) Concept Landscape Design 50% Detailed Master plan Completion 90% Detailed Master plan Completion Phase 3 Schematic Inrastructure Design NOC's. Statutory Authority permissions from all Authorities having Jurisdiction Design and Bid Infrastructure Package Status On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval On Client Approval 100% Percentage Phase 1 Total Fees for Master Plan Consultancy Services MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 36 . Permits. and Develop Project Brief and Data Collection Report.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FORM B-4 INDICATIVE PAYMENT SCHEDULE Phase Item Introductory workshop.

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2.1.2.2. Scope of Work and Deliverables 3.2.2.2.2.2.2.5 3.1.2.2 3.3 Preparation Works 3.1.2.2.2.2.2.2 Data Collection and Validation 3.2 Concept Master Plan Design Deliverables MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 38 . Data Collection and Preparation Works 3.1.2.2.2 Phase 2: Concept Master Plan.1.2 General Services Master Plan Phases.1.2.7 3.MASTER PLANNING SERVICES 3.1 Concept Master Plan 3. Concept Infrastructure Design.4 3.2.2.1 Introductory Workshop 3.2.1.2.2 3.2.2.8 Development Programs of 3 Conceptual Master Plans: Preferred Development .2 3.2.1.1.2.2.2.Selection Criteria and Matrices Evaluation of the preferred Land use Concept Master Plan The Client Vision Plans.2.2.1.1 Phase 1: Introductory Workshop.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SECTION 3 SCOPE OF WORK .2.2.2.3 3.1.1.6 3.1.1. Building Concept Design (Block diagrams only) and Concept Landscape Design 3.2.2.2. Site context Analysis and Facilities layout Zoning Plans & Buffer Zones Site Cross Sections Three Dimensional (3D) Plans Overall Site Sections Super Corridor Development Access Plan Plan and Program of Public Facilities and Utilities requirement Architecture and Landscaping themes 3.1 3.1.2.1 3.2.1.2.1 3.2.1 3.2.1.

4 Concept Infrastructure Design Deliverables 3.3.3 Three Dimensional (3D) Plans 3.2. Signage.11.3.3.2.2 Final Master Plan Report Detailed Master plan Drawings MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 39 .8 Co-ordination 3.3.6 Landscape Strategy Plan 3.3.11Detailed Master Plan Deliverables 3.3.3.3.2.3.2.3.1 Detail Design Master Plan 3.1.3 3.1 3.2.2.2.7 Integration of Systems 3.4 Traffic Impact Study Project Area Vehicles Parking Layouts Issuing tender documents for Site preparation works 3.2. Specifications and Standards for the Project area Facilities 3.3.2.9 Design Guidelines and recommendations 3.3.3.2.2.2.3 Phase 3: 50 and 90% Detailed Master Plan and Schematic Infrastructure Design 3. Streets and Open Green Spaces. Furniture.2.S (Environmental Impact Studies) 3.2.11. Lighting and Sun Shades 3.1 Concept Infrastructure Report a) Easements Layouts and Corridors for the Utilities b) Storm Water Drainage Layout c) Traffic/Circulation Diagrams and Layouts 3.2.2.2.2.3.2.2.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 3.2 3.2 Traffic.2.2.4 Sustainability Action Plan with E.3.10 Detailed Descriptions.2.3.2.5 Built Form and Open Space Studies 3.2.3.3 Concept Design for Infrastructure and Utility Networks 3.2.

2.11.2.11Tender Services 3.C.3 Coordination 3.4.6 Context-Sensitive and Sustainability Study 3.11.2.2.4.5 Environmental Study and Permits 3.2 Data Collection and Validation of Master Plan Assumptions 3.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 3.7 Infrastructure Design Criteria and Feasibility 3.1 Detailed Master Plan Deliverables 3.3 3.4 Schematic Design for the Infrastructure and Utilities package 3.2.4.5 Detailed Master plan Design Phase 4: Coordination with Infrastructure Contractor and Refinement of Design 3.2.2.5.4.R (Development Control Regulations) Schematic Design for the Landscaping only Landscaping and Urban Furniture Package 3.4.2.4.4 Final Plots D.4.3.2.2.2.4.12Construction Administration Services 3.8 Infrastructure Schematic Design Deliverables 3.10Prequalification of Contractors 3.2.2.9 Design and Bid Tender Document 3.2.4 Traffic Impact Study and Public Transportation Study 3.3 Submission of Documents & Drawings MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 40 .1 Detailed Scope 3.2.3.4.4.4.2.2.4.

Based on the results and recommendations of such reports and the outcome of the discussions between the Client and the Respondent. standard and recommended practices that he intends adopting throughout the design for the written acceptance and written approval of the Client and shall provide the Client with one hard copy and one soft copy of all intended and approved codes. material. invest and cater to the needs of a diverse community along with the facilities that will be supported by eager investors as well as upscale market individuals requiring high quality. required construction equipment. Emphasis shall be placed on energy conservation measures and techniques. unique experiences that support family learning. analysis and application of ideas and methods that will result in a final product that can be built most cost effectively and in the shortest period of time without sacrificing quality. The Respondent shall develop a Master Plan in stages based on a project design brief as required to fulfill the vision. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 41 . and value for money. work methods and required quality control measures etc. The aim is to develop more attractive vibrant. Enhanced security is required to enable visitors to coexist safely within the development. The Respondent shall undertake constructability analysis of the design. Constructability is the process of review. such items as schedule. The Respondent shall provide all his services in accordance with internationally recognized codes. Engineers. standard and recommended practices. Landscaping. with modern facilities. and Specialty Consultants for mixed use. The design shall also cater for the accessibility for the disabled for all services. standard and recommended practices.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 3. the Client will then decide upon the final criteria of the design and the extent of the project. taking in to consideration. cleanliness. All specified equipment and material shall comply with recognized codes and standard. available manpower. & Environmental Specialists to produce a cohesive sustainable Master plan selected by the Client. healthy. live. comfort and convenience. a full range of services and well maintained infrastructure offering a highly desirable place to work. facilities and processing and movement throughout the project. Master Planners. It is the responsibility of the Respondent to obtain all pertinent information and other data as shall be necessary and to carry out all surveys needed to perform his obligation. clean and safe environment.1 General Services The vision for SUPER CORRIDOR Project is to become the mixed-use development as described in the Project Design Brief in section 4 (Project brief ) of the RFP. The Respondent is required to assemble a highly skilled team of Architects. The Respondent shall advise the Client in writing of all codes.

to make sure that there are no ambiguities. The Respondent shall participate in value engineering exercise The Respondent shall fully liaise with all relevant Service Authorities and provides them with a description of the Works and all required sets of layout drawings to enable the Service Authorities to mark on their existing and proposed services in order to resolve any affection to or by the project. At all stages of Master planning for the Project the Respondent will be required to interface with the Client and other Project participants and adhere to Project processes. however be responsible for the time required by the Authorities to review and issue approvals and permits. Subject to the approval of the Client. The cost of any permits and fees for approval shall be paid by the Client. The Respondent shall submit reports to the Client at the ends of each stage. The Respondent will coordinate and follow-up with the various Authorities in a proactive manner to review and clarify technical matters and will assist the Client in obtaining all approvals and permits where required. which could lead to otherwise preventable difficulties during construction. o Provide information as requested by the Client to the Client and/or any other participant o Initiate and maintain liaison in order that the Client is kept fully informed on the progress of the commission.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The deliverables should be developed with consideration for Constructability. to enable him to undertake his services on the Project. inconsistencies or other problems. etc. The Respondent shall in performing the services use its best endeavors to identify those technical and economic solutions which are most suited to the requirements of the Project. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 42 . drawings. The content and format of the report shall be proposed by the respondent and submitted for the client's acceptance and approval. as follows: o Attend meetings called by the Client to progress any aspect of the commission. The Respondent will not. the Respondent shall incorporate all such requirements in the Master plan and report for the Project. schedules. The Client may employ other party to provide services for the concept design of the project and the Respondent shall closely liaise and coordinate with such other party and provide him with all required information. The Respondent shall satisfy the requirements of the Service Authorities on the design of the Project and obtain required NOCs.

o All recommendation. Buildings concept design (Block diagrams only) and Concept Landscape Design Phase 3: 50% & 90% Detailed Master Plan Phase 4: Coordination with infrastructure consultant and refinement of detailed master plan with respect to final infrastructure design. o Coordinate with the relevant authorities and prepare of minutes of meeting. o A comprehensive monthly report should be reported. The actual sequence and timing of activities will be as required to meet the needs of the Project and as directed by the Client. notifications. o Participate in preparation and updating of overall Project programme showing all significant activities and events. 100% detailed master plan completion MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 43 . o The description of the project stages is intended for general guidance only. o Seek out relevant Client departments/individuals and liaise/obtain instructions prior to any contact with external bodies. data collection and preparation works Phase 2: Concept Master Plan. instructions. advice. o The scope of services to be performed and successfully completed by the Respondent to the final satisfaction of the Client and in accordance with the Agreement shall include but not limited to the stages described thereafter.2 Master Plan Phases. o Obtain information on and become familiar with any Client procedures and standards applicable to this commission and adhere to these in carrying out any services. Scope of Work and Deliverables The master plan submission has been scheduled in four (4) phases and all the comments at each review stage would be resolved at an appropriate stage of Master plan development. Phase I: Introductory workshop. Concept Infrastructure Design. o Adhere to the requirements of the Project Execution Plan and Project Procedures Manual. o Provide management plan indicating structure of Respondent's Project team and resources to be committed at each stage. o Be aware of the work which other participants are carrying out and advise on any apparent errors and omissions. o Participate in preparation of a register of risks formulating and reviewing strategies for minimizing the same. o Co-ordinate production of information with other participants including ITICAD protocols and drawing formats. approvals and other communications given by the client pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing. 3.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY o Advise on the need for and scope of services of other respondents that may be required.

MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 44 . landscaping and external works A presentation shall be conducted by the Master plan Consultant to show the project brief. the Consultants ideas thus far on how to Progress the Master plan development.2. A workshop is conducted at this stage to present. The Consultant shall furnish formal and timely documents in the form of meeting minutes.1 Introductory Workshop A workshop session shall be conducted after the award of contract with the Client/ Consultant for the following purpose:    to introduce the Consultant to the project to illustrate the initial thought of the project prior to deliverables to allow the consultant collect and review the Data already collected The Master Plan Consultant will develop a document laying out the scope of work. the coordination shall be governed with a mindset of cooperation. the assumptions.2. if required. project methodology and finalize the elements of the Concept Master plan. and formal letters to monitor the issues and progress of work.1 Phase 1: Introductory Workshop. but not limited. Extent of the infrastructure. and sensitiveness to the fast-track nature of the project. The scope of work shall be performed as described below: 3. focused and effective.1.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The coordination shall be routine. and understanding of the Client vision and the design developed so far for the project. if any. to the following:         Review and confirmation of the forecasts Facilities requirements and special relationship between facilities Programme and Area allocations Designation of users Interface with existing or proposed facilities Execution Plan Demolition Plan. Throughout the duration of the Contract. The Consultant shall also retain copies of all transmittals of documents received and issued by the Consultant. Upon conclusion of the workshop. memorandums. to the Client. Data Collection and Preparation Works 3. well-organized and structured. partnering. the Consultant shall prepare the Project Brief which includes. The Consultant would also include any points for which information is needed from the Client for developing the Master Plan. and result oriented.

and familiarize with all existing. design criteria. o Review master plan(s) developed and refined during the course of this Contract. features and utilities both on site and in the vicinity of the Project area  Climatic and environmental data  Boundary limits  Location of major nearby utilities structures. and stakeholders related to all utility services and road networks which will be connected to the Project. o Review previous Project studies for traffic impact and environmental impact assessment. if any. the Consultant shall collect relevant data and ascertain in conjunction with the Client the Project requirements. o Review available contour maps. firms. budget. to: o Collect. reports. Data collection shall be a continuation of the effort previously undertaken to validate assumptions used and to further enhance the engineering process. such as:  Topographical Survey maps of the site and its surroundings  Soil investigation report  Drawings of existing structures. including all available documents. topographic.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 3. The Consultant shall obtain all Project information. o Collect the data related to the assumptions made in the infrastructure concept master plan to the extent that these assumptions are feasible and meet the requirements of the concerned agencies and Project (schedule. and make necessary site visits for Project familiarity. o Collect and validate documents related to the Master plan design developed in the Concept Master plan Design phase. and constraints from all agencies. to develop in the next phase as described in the scope of work o Collect and validate data related to Project Execution Strategy o Collect and validate data related to Budget and time schedule limitations and as directed by the Client o Collect and validate data related to identification of specifications master format o Collect and validate data related to site information. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 45 . o Collect and review climatic and environmental data. review. o Review available geologic and geotechnical information. as-built. guidelines. and future planning data.1. drawings. procedures. and bathymetric surveys.2. o Collect and review proposed railway stations and Inter-State Bus terminus data o Collect and review vehicular traffic data and duties pertinent to the development and the surrounding region. as soon as the Notice to Proceed (NTP) is given. standards. Data collection shall be a continuation of the effort previously undertaken to validate assumptions use and to further enhance the Master plan design. logistics and packaging strategies).2 Data Collection and Validation After the introductory workshop. A concerted and collaborative effort shall commence.

Master Plan concept design study.3 Preparation Works The Consultants will implement and verify the work done by the following: In accordance with the Client's requirements. the Consultant will prepare the necessary tender documents including specifications and BOQ. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 46 . Collect and validate data related to site constraints. The Consultants Quality Assurance/Quality Control System will be implemented during the execution of the works to ensure compliance with the contract requirements.1. characteristics and various parameters to be considered during the Master Planning process. o Collect and validate data related to space allocation programme. verify and give recommendations based on the tests results provided by the specialist contractor. 3.2. Concept Infrastructure Design 3.1. The specialist contractor shall be engaged and paid by the Client and shall assume full responsibility and liability for the investigations. those recommendations will be presented to the Client in the Data Collection Report inclusive but limited Consultant recommendation on the Soil Improvement of the site . The Consultant must check.2. environmental sustainability. o Collect and validate data related to Relevant local materials and products o Collect and validate data related to extent of infrastructure. analysis will incorporate all project components. The developed brief should define the aspirations and key elements of the Mixed-Use development including sizes and locations of different land uses and project components as well as their connectivity.2. Once the specialist contractor completes his work and provides the relevant tests results on the interpretation of the same to assess the implications on design parameters for the related trades.2 Phase 2: Concept Master Plan.1.2. the Master Planner need to develop the project detailed brief for planning and design parameters of Super Corridor Project.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY o Collect and validate data related to statement on fundamental general and specific codes.1 Concept Master Plan: Based on the Master Plan brief as described in Section 4 of the RFP. for specialist contractors qualified by the Client to carry out the required investigations. building regulations and zoning requirements. but will not be limited to those components mentioned in Section 4. 3.

2. area and count of sub-division units o Public amenities program and design population o Car parking requirements for infrastructure & green zones o FAR per each Zone and Sub-zones and overall FAR for the development o Land Use Plans Based on the development programs of the 3 demand scenarios defined in the development Program section.1 Development Programs of 3 Conceptual Master Plans: Based on the data and information gathered the consultant shall develop and present three (3) different early conceptual Master Plans to the client for review and client will select and approve one of the early concepts. the Consultant shall prepare 3 alternative land use Plans for the Development encompassing the following major land uses:                 Star Hotels Theme Parks Corporate Office Buildings Convention Center Software Technology Park Bio-Medical Institutions Electronics Complex Shopping Mall and Multiplex Entertainment Parks Knowledge base Industries Readymade Garments Complex Multimedia Industries Film Industry based services Trade Centre Sports Complex Public Facilities The Consultant shall assign total site area for each land use based on the development program defined above and integrating necessary areas for roadways. The Consultant shall support each of these different Conceptual Master Plans by the Development Program report which comprises the following: o Design Population for each Zone and sub-zones and overall population o Type (usage) and total area of buildings and facilities offered within each zone including type. 3. to be the base for a Concept Master Plan. landscaping. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 47 .INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY A joint site visit shall be conducted after the award of contract thought of award with the Client/Consultant to develop the project brief and to illustrate the initial the project prior to deliverables.2.1.

2.1. site parking and maneuvering.2 Evaluation of the preferred Land use Based on the preferred development program and land use.1.2. land use and utilities. in order for one of the three alternative land use plan to be selected 3. and the placement of districts/neighborhoods/zones next to each other.2. The plans shall clearly and explicitly show all the zones. the facilities and developments in each zone.1 The Client Vision Plans.2.2 Zoning Plans & Buffer Zones: Master plan for each zone shall be developed to an appropriate scale.Selection Criteria and Matrices The Consultant.1 Preferred Development .2.2. Site context Analysis and Facilities Layouts: The Client vision plans and the facilities layout drawings shall show the overall placement and location of all Project components and should submit site context analysis which details transportation.2.2. the consultant shall evaluate the proposed locations and geometry for each land use (sector type) plan within the Development. 3.1. the Consultant shall carry out the development of the Concept Master plan which shall include the following: 3.2 Access from major roads Proximity to highways and main arterials Compatibility with vicinity developments Highway frontage and noise mitigation Flexibility for future expansions Concept Master Plan: Based on the preferred development program and land use taking into consideration the input from the evaluation exercise.2. The land use Plans shall demonstrate harmonized adjacency and transition between different land uses.1. public amenities.1.1.1.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY utilities infrastructure. will be required to develop and implement selection criteria. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 48 .2.2. in conjunction with the Client.2. 3. The zoning and location of land parcels subdivision shall be based on the following design criteria:      3. Determination of the number of drawings to be produced shall be made to ensure that clear and explicit layouts are provided.

8 Architecture and Landscaping themes: The Master Plan Consultant shall prepare preliminary Architecture and Landscaping themes.2. 3.2.2.2.2.2. streets.2.2. Recreation System. The heights of proposed masses shall be developed to achieve a harmoniums balance.5 Overall Site Sections The drawings shall show the overall "Site sections" as actually zoned or master planned on the Project Area. The different sections should be developed in harmony with due consideration to the existing area. retail and hospitality shall be included in the Concept Master Plan document. 3. 3.2. Parks. 3. site analysis.2.2.2.2.4 Three Dimensional (3D) Plans Three dimensional (3D) drawings of the districts.2.2 Concept Master Plan Design Deliverables: The Concept Master Plan and Concept Infrastructure Design Deliverables shall include the following but not limited to: o Project brief o Design approach.7 Plan and Program of Public Facilities and Utilities requirement The Consultant shall prepare this study in order to ensure that the project responds to these issues in terms of fulfilling the requirements of functional and spatial distribution.1. complying with but not limited to the standards set out in Indore Master Plan and other international planning standards.2.3 Site Cross Sections The site sections should clearly and explicitly show the clear site levels at different zones.1. including residential. Sections for each zone shall be provided.1. site layout MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 49 .2. land use. 3. 3.1. blocks.1.2.2.6 Super Corridor Development Access Plan A plan showing the access to the Super Corridor Development Project by road from the outside shall be prepared.2. Open Spaces.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 3.1.2. Gathering Areas layouts: Layouts showing the parks and small friendly and informal gathering open spaces for socializing shall be prepared showing the locations and layouts.

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The Master Plan Consultant shall prepare all the Infrastructure report including utilities, roads, traffic and environment. a. Easements Layouts and Corridors for the Utilities: Layout drawings showing the easements and corridors for electric lines, water, sewage mains, and gas (LPG) distribution lines shall be provided. The layouts shall also include steam, chilled and cooled water lines and other utilities where necessary or required. b. Storm Water Drainage Layout: The storm water drainage layouts and sections drawings shall be prepared and included in the Master Plan document. c. Traffic/Circulation Diagrams and Layouts: The traffic/circulation diagrams and layouts shall be provided in the Master Plan for the Project Area traffic including the following: 1. Private vehicular traffic of visitors. 2. Bus & Tram transport. 3. Service and Emergency vehicles. 4. Staff Movements and General Pedestrians traffic.

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The roads and streets sections for all the roads and streets shall be prepared showing vehicles, trams and pedestrian lanes, landscapes and relative elevations. The pedestrian walkways shall be shaded or climate controlled where possible or feasible, and attractively landscaped for meeting the stated objective. 3.2.2.3.2 Traffic Impact Study

Trip Generation Analysis After review of relevant documents, the Consultant shall undertake the trip generation analysis applying appropriate trip rates to the proposed land use types in the site. Traffic generation for three peak hours of AM, LT and PM will be determined using trip rates extracted from the relevant authorities Trip Generation and Parking Rates Manual. The Consultant shall obtain approval from relevant authorities on the traffic model to be used for analysis. The Consultant shall incorporate the total trip generation and attraction for each of the time periods into the traffic model and for the forecast years of 2010, 2015 and 2020. The traffic model will be updated, incorporating the new trip totals calculated at this stage. The trip generation analysis will address local and strategic issues concerning this element of the work that will be used at the assignment stage. The deliverable at this stage will be the trip generation report covering three peak periods and three forecast years. A comparison will be made between the detailed trip generation calculated for the site and those given by the strategic traffic model and will be included in this report. The Consultant shall ensure that trip generation rates are compatible with the Trip Generation and Parking Rates Manual. The trip generation sub-model of the traffic model will be updated to reproduce the required trips for each time period and forecast year modeled. The traffic impact study and analysis is to be approved by relevant authorities. Trip Distribution, Assignment and Modal Split Once the trip generation sub-model of the traffic model has been updated, the trip distribution sub-model of the traffic model will be used. Again, this stage of the work will involve three time periods and three forecast years (AM, LT, PM peak and 2010, 2015 and 2020). The Consultant shall liaise with the relevant authorities as well as the other AHJs (Authorities Having Jurisdiction) and will modify the assignment and modal split models accordingly to respond to our proposed integrated transport vision for India. The updated traffic model will be cordoned around an identified area of influence. The influence area shall be identified by comparing the initial and updated assignment results of the traffic
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model and by drawing a cordon around the external links with flow differences of around 10%. Sub area modeling model will be performed for the influence area. The zone system within the sub area model will be refined according to the proposed land uses. At the end of this stage of the work, a report containing trip distribution, modal split and assignment results will be prepared and submitted to the client. The internal and external trips will be examined to ensure that junctions and roads within and surrounding the site are designed with sufficient capacity. Analysis of Future Conditions A sub-area analysis will be performed for the three forecast years of 2010, 2015 and2020. The sub-area traffic forecasts will be made for the morning (AM), lunchtime (LT) and evening (PM) peak hours for each forecast year. Flows given for the internal area will be used to assess the suitability of the internal road system to accommodate the traffic. The internal junctions' level of service will be determined using an appropriate junction analysis tool. Similarly, the external intersections surrounding the site will be assessed using appropriate junction modeling tools. The software will be as appropriate and upon approval from relevant authorities and other AHJ's. The weaving and capacity analysis of road sections and junction configurations will also be undertaken using the American Highway Capacity Manual software and its guidelines. Proposals for improvement of the surrounding roads and junctions will be made and conceptual designs will be prepared in order to integrate the site with the surrounding environment and to ensure that traffic circulation will not be impeded in future years. Based on the three forecast models proposed appropriate year(s) of implementation of improvements and phasing will be prepared to provide financially optimal road improvement plans. 3.2.2.3.3 Project Area Vehicles Parking Layouts:

Layout plans showing the vehicles parking areas and spaces at all locations in the camps shall be developed and included in the Master Plan. Outline Descriptions, Specifications and Standards for the Project Area Facilities: Detailed write-ups elaborating the Project Area development philosophies, Project Area expansion philosophies, all the requirements and uses of the facilities, recreational facilities and equipment, children's nursery and school, all utilities, and infrastructure, residential facilities, security, dining facilities, and support services, etc., shall be prepared and included in the Master Plan.

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o Cost Estimate and Cash Flow Forecast 3. scope changes and other major decisions affecting the project o Basic design criteria o Codes and regulations o Proposed programme and phasing of works packages. plus illustrating the proposed utilization of the site in terms of relationship with the proposed roads and infrastructure buildings.2.3 Phase 3: 50% and 90% Detailed Master Plan and Schematic Infrastructure Design MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 53 .4 Concept Infrastructure Design Deliverables: The deliverables under the scope of work of this stage shall consist but not limited of the following: a. substations and other essential service installations. Roads and Infrastructure Design Concept Report The Roads and Infrastructure Design Concept Report will include but not limited to the following sections: o General description of the proposed systems for roads and infrastructure utilities areas of concern. o Sewage Treatment System layout (design by others if required) The Consultant scope shall be limited to preparing performance specifications (if required) b. o Master Schedule of utility requirements o Cost Estimate for the Roads and Infrastructure works of the Project. Concept Drawings: o Road layout plans in accordance with the Master Plan provided by the CLIENT o Tie-in connections to the adjacent road network clearly defining the boundaries for the CLIENT constructed roads and services. o Site Plan(s) showing areas allocated for primary service.2.2. o Concept plans/sections showing the basic services corridors layout within the development including horizontal transportation system. o Topographical contours and spot levels (conducted by others) o Street-lighting system o Potable water supply system o Main line irrigation network system o Fire fighting network system (excluding buildings) o Sewerage and sub-surface drainage system o Electrical power supply system (in coordination with ADWEA). internal vehicular and pedestrian communication routes etc. as well as major services routes.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 3.

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3.2.3.1 Detail Design Master Plan Based on the client approved Concept Master Plan. The consultant will incorporate all notes and comments received from the Client as well as the local and governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the project. The Detailed Master plan Design shall commence after the acceptance of the phase 2, pursuant to a notice to proceed for 50% Complete Design by the Client. A notice to proceed for the 90% Complete Design shall also be required after the acceptance of the 50% Complete Design package. Deliverables shall be submitted as described below in phase 3 (50% and 90% complete submission for the Detailed Master plan design). During the course of project execution, the Consultant shall liaise and coordinate activities with, the Client, with all relevant authorities having jurisdiction, and with other consultants involved in this project and consultants involved in adjacent projects should this be necessary. The coordination effort should be undertaken by Consultant's staff who possess extensive and relevant working experience with local agencies and are very familiar with their practices, policies and procedures. The consultant should develop and update all the deliverables of Concept Master plan into the final version in this stage and also include the followings but not limited to: 3.2.3.2 Traffic, Streets and Open Green Spaces Furniture, Signage, Lighting and Sun Shades: Layout and details drawings showing the streets and open green spaces furniture, signage, lighting and sun shades shall be prepared for the Master Plan. The stated items shall enhance the aesthetic appeal of the Project Area. 3.2.3.3 Three Dimensional (3D) Plans Three dimensional (3D) drawings of the districts, blocks, and streets shall be included in the Master Plan document. 3.2.3.4 Sustainability Action Plan with E.I.S (Environmental Impact Studies) The concept of Sustainable Design focuses on determining practical, efficient and available alternatives which aim at maximizing sustainable options with regards to a development. Sustainable options for both construction and operation of a development can add immense value and significant long term benefits to the project overall. As a component of the Environmental Assessment, an outline of significant sustainable concepts will be included and may include a discussion of the following:

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1. For Construction: a) Life cycle costing of materials and construction design b) Building design for flexibility and adaptability c) Building design for deconstruction and waste minimization d) The use of micro-energy systems and solar power e) The use of modem methods of construction 2. For Operations: a) Alternative for the conversation and reuse of water b) Alternative options for power generation and supply c) Alternatives for waste management including recycling and reuse d) Alternatives for transportation strategies The inclusion of an outline of sustainable design and engineering concepts in the early phases of a development can provide for significant incorporation of more suitable, sustainable and cost effective design methodologies and project planning approaches. 3.2.3.5 Built Form and Open Space Studies The Consultant should study different sections of the project in order to explain scale, expected microclimate, and intimacy versus monumentality. Two and three dimensional block model studies shall be prepared to explain the character of the project, the significant elements of design, the clarification of critical design locations, site levels, and the relationship and linking with the surrounding environment. Building Regulations and Plot Development Guidelines In order to set an integrated plan with no conflicts and to achieve the development process the Consultant should prepare Building Regulations and Plot Development Guidelines. The regulations should adhere to standards previously adopted by the authorities and Other AHJs. 3.2.3.6 Landscape Strategy Plan The Consultant shall prepare a Landscaping and levels, sections and sketches for all key areas indicating the components and elements of landscaping in the project. It is to be noted that the plan should show clarity, continuity, proper function, adequacy and coping with the local climate and environment. 3.2.3.7 Integration of Systems Public transport, cycle and pedestrian routes shall be integrated with similar facilities in the surrounding areas. Compliance with relevant authorities Traffic Impact Assessment Studies Manual and Other AHJs
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Care will be taken to ensure that the proposed recommendations comply fully with relevant authorities' Traffic Impact Studies Manual, Land Use and Development Control in India and Parking Guidelines and relevant authorities as well as other AHJ's approval must be collected. 3.2.3.8 Co-ordination During the course of project execution, the Consultant shall liaise and co-ordinate activities with the Client, relevant authorities, other AHJ's, and with other consultants involved in adjacent projects should this be necessary. 3.2.3.9 Design Guidelines and recommendations: The Consultant shall provide references to the national and international standards and published practices for realization of Project Area facilities. In cases where reference to national or international standards is not possible the Consultant shall produce, and include in the Master Plan document detailed and outline specifications and guidelines for detail engineering, materials, procurement, construction of facilities and quality control of the works. The Master Plan Consultant shall provide Design guidelines and recommendations in all disciplines, including the buildings architecture, for execution of the subsequent detail engineering of all the Project Area facilities. 3.2.3.10 Detailed Descriptions, Specifications and Standards for the Project Area Facilities: Detailed write-ups elaborating the Project Area development philosophies, Project Area expansion philosophies, all the requirements and uses of the facilities, all utilities, and infrastructure, support services, etc., shall be prepared and included in the Master Plan. The Consultant shall provide references to the national and international standards and published practices for realization of Project Area facilities. In cases where reference to national or international standards is not possible the Consultant shall produce, and include in the Master Plan document detailed and complete specifications and guidelines for detail engineering, materials, procurement, construction of facilities and quality control of the works. The Master Plan Consultant shall provide Design guidelines and recommendations in all disciplines, including the buildings architecture, for execution of the subsequent detail engineering of all the Project Area facilities. 3.2.3.11 Detailed Master Plan Deliverables

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Site plan indicating existing legal boundaries. b) Surrounding land use of adjacent plots. e) Existing street and pedestrian circulation routes on area of proposal. d) Location of existing rights-of-way and dedicated corridors.1 Final Master Plan Report a) The Master Plan Final Report will include all documentations supported by relevant drawings pertaining to the above scope of discussion on all aspects of this Stage. and must include but not be limited to the following: A. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 57 . Affection Plan B. d) Elevation at finished-grade centre line ("wearing course") of road in half meter vertical intervals.3. hospital.e.2. indicating the architectural/theme character of the entire Project. 9 Existing mature vegetation or trees. D.11. b) Building footprints and site coverage (indicated in square meters) of all proposed buildings or structures. c) Existing buildings or structures on the subject site. Drawings must be submitted in AutoCAD and jpg format (high resolution). c) Natural land elevation of proposed structures.2.11. Local Park. 3. including the reviews of but not limited to the following:        Super Corridor Development master planning design Landscape planning Open space studies and assessment Zoning regulations and plot development guidelines Architectural Guidelines & Theme Design Report Detailed program for each facility Design Brief for each Project Component which will be used as basis of the Concept Design work. etc). Proposed Development Master plan -showing the following information a) Proposed building or structure locations with setback distances clearly marked from all plot boundaries and adjacent roads (between buildings and structures).2 Detailed Master plan Drawings The Detailed Master Plan Drawings must be to appropriate scale. b) Final Master plan Layout. mosque.3. existing land use and total land area C.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 3. 3 Overall Aerial Perspective of the site in addition to adequate number (Minimum 10) of Perspective Point of Views of selected areas. Site Context plan showing: a) Surrounding neighborhood characteristics or existing development features of the surrounding locality (i. E. g) Existing and planned public transit stops within vicinity and existing taxi drop off/pick up slip lanes. shopping centers.

electricity. television. asphalt. c) Infrastructure for water. gravel. 3. storm water. Grading Plan.C. G. e) Parking management strategies including: Location of sufficient parking spaces provided for residents. top of kerb and flow line of kerb. Proposed Traffic Circulation Plan with Road hierarchy and Parking Plan. located and labeled. etc. including but not limited to: 1. 3D Animation. district cooling plants. the species of all trees. Site Information a) Context b) Plot boundaries and coordinates MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 58 . b) Any proposed gradient or slope changes to topography of plot. grey water re-usage. b) Proposed service and utility corridors (water.3 Final Plots D. electricity. g) All public facilities and amenities.2. direction of traffic flow and emergency vehicle access.3. storm water detention basins or rain water tanks. b) All pedestrian corridors and outdoor public areas. showing the following information: a) Natural topography of the site.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY f) Land uses of proposed development. sewer. sanitary sewer. Land Budget Tabulations of the project.R. recyclable materials. visitor parks and disabled parking. J. non-absorbent sun materials for exterior. Models and Videos . Utilities Plan showing the following information with design elevations: a) Storm water management systems including all inlets and infrastructure as well as any facilities for water recycling. b) Materials used for surfacing roads. sidewalks and any other pedestrian movement areas. d) Traffic management strategies including: Circulation routes in and out of the site. pavers. as requested below. building rating. concrete.e. I. shrubs or groundcover and their locations.). etc). H. F. ingress/egress points for motorists.11. a) Street layout including dimensions of proposed rights-of-way and carriageways. in half-meter elevation intervals. (Development Control Regulations) A report for plots specifications for each plot must be submitted. Landscaping plans: a) Landscaping plan and schedule including: Details of all proposed plantings. district cooling and all other belowground utilities. and any other major service corridors). pedestrian road crossings. and community services if applicable. f) Non-motorized circulation routes indicating: Walking routes. showing the following information. telephone.Optional. cyclists and pedestrians. streets and pedestrian paths (i. electricity generators. h) All Section and Elevation cut-lines. recharge of underground aquifers. c) Elevation of the centerline of road at finished grade. K. d) Energy consumption mitigation features (this could include solar power.

Urban design controls and definitions a) FAR b) Maximum Plot Coverage c) Maximum Floor Plate d) Typical Floor Plate e) Total Height f) Number of floors  Building Base  Base height  Base facade treatment  Base Street Setbacks  Base Side and Rear Setbacks  Required Ground Floor Uses  Primary Pedestrian Entry  Building Tower  Tower Height  Tower Facade treatment  Tower Street Front Setbacks  Tower Side and Rear Setbacks  Tower Top  Parking Structure 5. Land Use a) Permitted uses b) Prohibited Uses c) GFA for each use d) Total GFA 3.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY c) Plot area d) Plots Levels 2. Architectural Code a) Definitions  Base Defined  Tower Defined b) Base Massing Articulation  Building Comers/Entries  Mid-Block Entries  Porte Coheres c) Tower Massing Articulation  Building Comers/Entries with Tower  Mid-Block Entries Integral with Tower d) Facades  Integration of Sustainable Design MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 59 . Relationship to design principles 4.

Galleries  Trellis e) Features  Balconies. Landscape Code a) Pedestrian Connections b) Central Open Space c) Boulevard d) Lookout walks e) Office Terraces f) Courtyard Plaza g) Hotel Plaza h) Hotel Terraces i) etc.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Building Base Facades Facade Composition Openings  Building Body Facades Facade Composition Openings  Building Top Facades Façade Composition Openings  Horizontal Expression Line  Street walls  Protrusions Balconies Terraces and Pergolas Architectural Protrusions Canopies  Facade Materials and Colors Specifications Solid Surfaces at Base Solid Surfaces at Tower Glazing Materials Glazing at Punched Openings Glazing at Frame of Curtain Walls Color  Sun Orientation and Shading Devices Shading Strategies Operable and Fixed Devices Solar Orientation Shading Devices  Arcades. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 60  . Bays and Overhangs Relation to Sustainability Goals Balconies Projecting Bays Roof Overhangs and Cornices 6.

It is to be noted that the plan should show clarity.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 7. Landscape Design for Common Spaces and Public Beach C. adequacy and coping with the local climate and environment. sections and sketches for all key areas indicating the components and elements of landscaping in the project. continuity. The Consultant shall prepare a Landscaping and levels. Roads Sections and plans MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 61 .11.2. elevations. Landscaping and Urban Furniture Package A report shall be submitted. Circulation and Parking a) Site Access b) Pedestrian Circulation c) Vehicular Circulation d) Parking Purpose and Type  On Street Parking  Parking types  Parking by Parcel Type e) Parking General Provisions  Location of Parking  Shared Parking f) Parking Space Requirements  Method of calculation of parking  Bicycle accommodations  Calculating Space Requirements g) Parking Space and Plot Design  Parking Space Size  Parking and Drive Aisle Width  Access  Access Standards  Marking and Accessories  Screening and Drainage  Vehicle Stacking Areas h) Loading Areas  Location of loading areas  Typical Space Requirements i) Signage Criteria j) Schematic Proposals for each of the project's components  Theme sketch level  Site plan  Floor plans.4 Schematic Design for Landscaping only. Design of Pedestrian Connections to the waterfront 1 B.3. sections and perspectives 3. including but not limited to: A. proper function.

3. A concerted and collaborative effort shall commence. Coordinate extensively and routinely with AHJ to ensure consistency. 10. Furnish preliminary design drawings incorporating all approved comments. Retail Spine E. Incorporate and/or devise context sensitive and sustainability solution(s) developed for the Project.2. to ensure that designs are consistent with the Project master plan(s).INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY D. View Corridors H.2 Data Collection and Validation of Master Plan Assumptions Data collection shall be a continuation of the effort previously undertaken to validate assumptions used and to further enhance the engineering process. to: MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 62 . Plans. 8. Furnish final geotechnical report with recommendation on the proposed soil improvement.2. 3.1 Detailed Scope The schematic infrastructure design and design phase shall include the following tasks: 1. and preliminary design documents. The validation effort shall present practical.4 Schematic Design for the Infrastructure and Utilities package for a Design & Build contract 3. and receive time-sensitive and milestone-driven approvals of design criteria. 2. as soon as the Notice to Proceed is given. Service Roads Access. Coordinate extensively and routinely with all agencies and stakeholders to obtain No Objection Certificates (NOCs).2. Collect all necessary data to enable the schematic infrastructure design for the development. Present and furnish a formal schematic infrastructure planning and design report consisting of the design criteria and construction schedule. 6. 4. Validate assumptions used for infrastructure prepared in Concept Master Plan. 7.4. Present and furnish constructability and construction logistics. Urban Furniture Elements Design I. Furnish final topographic survey reports.4. compatibility. 12. Present and furnish traffic impact assessment and environmental impact assessment study reports. and project-specific options for all infrastructure elements which shall suit the schedule and budget established for the Project. 9. Sections F. Water Features 3. 5. Establish comprehensive infrastructure design criteria. and seamless integration of the infrastructure elements in the master plans. Skyline and Massing G. and context sensitive and sustainability reports. cost-feasible. design guidelines. 11.

The geotechnical investigations shall be sufficient to enable the preliminary and detailed infrastructure designs. logistics and packaging strategies). o Validate the assumptions made in the infrastructure concept master plan to the extent that these assumptions are feasible and meet the requirements of the concerned agencies and Project (schedule. well-organized and structured. and stakeholders to collect necessary information for the Project. and future planning data. and sensitiveness to the fast-track nature of the project. and procedures. o Organize and attend a series of workshops to identify issues and develop solutions for all aspects of the Development's infrastructure (utilities and transportation). standards.2. and familiarize with all existing. 3. be thoroughly evaluated for feasibility by the Consultant prior to presenting to the Employer. topographic.3 Coordination A concerted and collaborative coordination effort shall commence.2. The coordination shall be routine. Recommend necessary geotechnical investigations to complement and further enhance the available information. and road networks which will be connected to the Project. policies. agencies. focused and effective.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY o Collect. The options for infrastructure elements shall. therefore. budget. with the Employer.4. o Collect and review climatic and environmental data. and formal letters to monitor the issues and progress of work. the coordination shall be governed with a mindset of cooperation.4. partnering. o Review available contour maps. firms. guidelines. The coordination effort shall be undertaken by Consultant staff who possess extensive and relevant working experience with local agencies and are very familiar with their practices. and bathymetric surveys. memorandums. The Consultant shall also retain copies of all transmittals of documents received and issued by the Consultant. o Review master plan developed and refined during the course of this Contract. review. other consultants. as soon as the Notice to Proceed is given. o Review previous Project studies for traffic impact and environmental impact assessment.4 Traffic Impact Study and Public Transportation Study MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 63 . o Review available geologic and geotechnical information. o Collect and review vehicular and marine traffic data and studies pertinent to the Development and the surrounding region. The Consultant shall furnish formal and timely documents in the form of meeting minutes. 3. as-built. if any. and stakeholders related to all utility services. and constraints from all agencies. and result-oriented. design criteria. procedures. throughout the duration of the Contract.

where information is not clear. Develop right of way capacities covering current and future lanes. The study shall identify feasible engineering solutions for modes of mass transportation mandated by the authority. 3. coordinate. and do all that will be necessary to acquire necessary permits before commencement of construction of this high-profile man-made Project. potential threats to the environment from temporary and permanent construction. and follow through with the Authorities for acceptance. future reserves. reasonable assumptions shall be made in relation to trip generation. and implement in the infrastructure design regional transportation plans for expansion of existing road networks. Review. shall identify necessary tests and monitoring programs. and action plan. as well as mass transportation systems potentially affecting the Development. accurate documentation of existing features. and all other relevant government agencies.5 Environmental Study and Permits The Consultant shall plan and conduct a comprehensive Project-specific environmental study at the very start of the design process. in coordination with the Department of Transportation. The Consultant. Consider the planned buffer zones and service corridors while developing the model and design for the external and internal road networks and corridors. and review of any prior environmental studies and data shall be completed prior to undertaking the environmental study. considering the objectives of the Concept Master Plan Study as well as any concurrent master plan studies for the Development. in coordination with the Environmental Agency and other relevant government agencies. These documents may include. A thorough Project site survey. type.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The Consultant shall: Consider all existing highways and road networks in the region to develop practical conceptual options for integration of the Project traffic. water taxi transportation. the following: MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 64 . and capacity of intersections and interchanges. and substantiated via surveys and trip generations in accordance with the authority requirements and approval. Complete a Traffic Impact Study (TIS) for the entire Development by studying traffic volumes based on relevant official models adopted for the region. as well as the number. The environmental study deliverables for this scope of work includes preparation.4.2. The nature of current and planned transportation systems in the vicinity must be determined and. mitigation measures. Include traffic circulation within the entire Development in the TIS its integration with the road networks outside of the Development. of all necessary documents leading to all necessary environmental permits according to the latest Authorities policies and procedures. but may not be limited to. The public mass transportation study shall be comprehensive and shall be significantly completed during Design Phase 3.

The options shall be constructible. and complementary to. Roadway/tunnel Interchange layouts and locations. This would facilitate a broader consideration of all feasible options at the start of the design development process. operating. practical and feasible within the constraints of time and cost guidelines for the Project. and construction details. shall be prepared for each element of the infrastructure. and utility items including. The criteria and guidelines shall include. the following:      Roadway profiles. assumptions. specifications. shall be followed up with necessary design criteria. to enable an efficient and timely culmination of design. The design shall follow the current standards. with the establishment of design criteria for this Project. policies and procedures. Provide detailed design criteria for each roadway. and a formal report within the time frame established for this effort.4.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY    Environmental Terms of Reference (TOR) Report(s) Environmental Impact Assessment Report(s) Construction Environmental Management Plan 3. prepare a master schedule and histogram for infrastructure demands. Describe all applicable and relevant codes. and relevant options for infrastructure design that are commensurate with.7 Infrastructure Design Criteria and Feasibility The submission of infrastructure design criteria and feasibility shall be a required formal deliverable to the Employer. the overall context-sensitive and sustainable (CSS) models developed for the Project. Any option deemed acceptable by the Employer. but not limited to. Other tie-in locations with existing and planned extensions. and procedures of all governmental and utility agencies and regulatory bodies.4. and interactively. Traffic modeling. viable. consistent with applicable Project standards and local requirements. the items shown in the outline below: Define all infrastructure demand loads and requirements. Define agencies responsible for owning. Road network layouts within the Development. if any. 3. The development of any context-sensitive and sustainable solution shall occur in tandem. or administrating the infrastructure elements connected to. standards.2.6 Context-Sensitive and Sustainability Study The Consultant shall propose and incorporate approved. validation of concept. public transportation. but be not limited to. cross-sections.2. of road networks adjacent to the Project site. Page 65 MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR . and design software that form the basis of the design criteria and will be used in subsequent engineering analyses and design phases. managing. or providing services to the Project. Clearly describe assumptions used and indicate their basis. Detailed design criteria. policies.

Criteria for design of any identified marine work. Geotechnical and foundation criteria. and safety and civil defense devices. 3. Natural gas networks. and sign structures. bridge.8 Infrastructure Schematic Design Deliverables The deliverables at the completion of Schematic Infrastructure Planning and Design (Design Phase 3) shall include the following:        Schematic Infrastructure Planning and Design Report Constructability Report Context-Sensitive and Sustainability Report Traffic Impact Study Report Public Transportation Study Report Environmental Impact Assessment Report Final Topographic and Bathymetric Survey Reports Page 66 MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR .). design criteria may need to be finalized later but no later than the Complete Design phase (Design Phase 4). Proposed phasing of infrastructure work and package. and affection plans. Telecommunications networks. Other services and facilities relevant to the proposed Development. Right of Way (ROW) maps. substation(s). Electrical power source(s).INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY                         Public transportation systems (vehicular and rail). tunnel.4. road markings. Highway. Subsurface and surface drainage network and outfall structures. Environmental impact assessment and mitigation measures. etc. Recognizing that some refinements may be necessary during the coordination of design and its development. Street lighting system and feature lighting. if required (network and plant size. Potable water system. pedestrian. special architectural features. signs. highway structures. Traffic signals. distribution network. All infrastructure design criteria shall be fully developed during Design Phase 3. Irrigation and treated sewerage effluent system(s). Development of new or temporary sources. Temporary SNG supply. and other local highway bridges. and low voltage distribution networks. District cooling system. road furniture and appurtenances. Parking facilities.2. Interchange. Sewerage network and plant. type. barriers. Fire protection system Details of feasible connections of each utility to existing sources. Survey and GIS system.

Monthly reports .2.2.Draft reports . 3.3 SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS & DRAWINGS The Consultant is required to submit all project reports. Description 1 General . general and particular conditions of contract. The Consultant shall prepare the above deliverables for review and approval by the Employer and relevant agencies. and issue record copies of the resultant updated deliverables by incorporating all approved reviewed comments. the Employer. instructions to tenderers. drawings and documents in the format listed below and recorded on computer media using software and formats standardized and approved by the Client. a Detailed Construction Sequencing and Construction Schedule and other forms and documents required by the Employer.Final report .Weekly reports Data Collection .4. All items under Schedule A are deemed to be covered in the overall price submitted by the Consultant in Schedule B. The format and contents of the above deliverables shall be prepared in coordination with. The format and contents of the above deliverables shall be prepared in coordination with.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY      Final Geotechnical Report Schematic Design Drawings Construction Specifications Bill of Quantities (BOQ) Construction Sequence and Schedule The Consultant shall prepare the above deliverables for review and approval by the Employer and relevant agencies. and issue final copies of the resultant updated deliverables by incorporating all approved reviewed comments. and with the approval of. The Consultant is to obtain the Client's approval on format of submission where stated optional in this agreement. 3. construction specifications.5 Detailed Master Plan Deliverables At the end of the 100% design of phase 4. the consultant shall update and submit the full set of deliverables as stated in the Detail Master Plan Deliverables of Phase 3. the Employer. 3. and with the approval of.Electronic File of the Final Report Page 67 2 MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR . BOQ.9 Design and Tender Document The design and Tender document shall consist of schematic drawings for all infrastructure elements.

Reduced Draft Final Drawings .Draft Final Drawings .Electronic File Page 68 5 6 7 8 MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR .Draft reports .Reduced draft drawings .Draft Drawings .Draft Final Drawings .Reduced final drawings 50 % Detail Master Plan .Draft Drawings .Electronic File .Draft reports . BOQ.Reduced draft drawings . .Tender drawings . BOQ.Draft Reports including DCR .Draft Tender Documents Final Design & Tender Documents . etc.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 3 4 Concept Master Plan Design .Final Drawings .Draft Final Reports .Assumption and Design calculation . Concept Infrastructure Design .Documents including Specifications .Draft Specifications 90 % Detail Master Plan .Set of Drawings .Draft Final Documents including Specification.Final Reports .Reduced final drawings and color perspectives in book form .Final Reports including DCR .Final Report . etc.Final Report .Draft drawings .Final Documents including Specification.Assumption and Design calculation . .Final Drawings .Final Drawings .Set of colored and Mounted Drawings to explain Design Concept.Draft Specifications Draft Final Design & Tender Documents .Draft drawings .

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3 Transit Oriented Development 4 .1 Preamble 4.4 Existing Site photos 4.2. 4.3.2.2.4.1.c Concept Design for Infrastructure and Utility Networks 4.2.3.a 100% Detailed Master Plan design & Coordination with infrastructure Contractor.1. 4.a Conceptual Master Plan 4.2.b Final Design for the Landscaping MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 70 .1 Project Preliminary Brief 4.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SECTION 4 .a 50% and 90% Detailed Master Plan 4.2.2.2.3 Deliverables of Phase 3 4.2.2.2 Deliverables of Phase 2 4.2.1.b Schematic Design for the Infrastructure and Utility Networks 4.4.2. Data Collection and Preparation Works 4.2.2 Background Information.b Architectural Concept Design – Buildings (Block diagrams only) 4.2 Super Corridor Design Requirements 4.2.c Preliminary Design for the Landscaping 4.1 Phase 1 Introductory Workshop.1.4 Deliverables of Phase 4 4.2.Project Brief and Design Phase Requirements 4.3.

Develop utilities.300km land on either side of RW-2 & MR10.8km with 0. 4.1 PREAMBLE The project land area is approximately 7. Focus on environmental issues and waste management strategy as well as enforcing the environmental laws of the state. leisure and entertainment and to create a unique destination as well as ensure the financial health of the overall development. However. They are also symbols of Indore‟s vision to invest in the future. the concept development identified the need to integrate hospitality. together known as the super corridor. The successful realization of this vision will be critical to the success of the project which also includes:      Promote Super Corridor Project both locally and internationally as an excellent investment and commercial location This project should design to live up to the core values of environmental sustainability.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 4.1. connecting the east city to the airport. retail. Develop a cohesive community to create a well-balanced environment. cultural stewardship and enhancement and socio-economic viability. supporting mixed use developments and indicative implementation strategy.1 PROJECT PRELIMINARY BRIEF The Master Plan consultant is expected to perform more detailed analysis and develop the project brief in detail but not limited to approach. the mission. spans 13 kilometers from the airport to City Center Vijay nagar. services and infrastructure ensuring that the needs and requirements of all mixed use developments are met. The Master Plan will consist but not limited to the following components:               Star Hotels Theme Parks Corporate Office Buildings Convention Center Software Technology Park Bio-Medical Institutions Electronics Complex Shopping Mall and Multiplex Entertainment Parks Knowledge base Industries Readymade Garments Complex Multimedia Industries Film Industry based services Trade Centre Page 71 MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR . the constraints.

3. walk able communities centered around high quality train systems. Attempts to alleviate the problem by constructing more MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 72 .3 Transit Oriented Development TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT is the exciting new fast growing trend in creating vibrant. but can fall close to freezing on some nights. Three distinct seasons are observed: summer.1 Factors driving the trend towards TOD       Rapidly growing. 4. on the Saraswati and Khan rivers. torrential rainfall and high humidity.2 Background and Introduction Indore is a major city and commercial center of the state of Madhya Pradesh in central India. Summers start in mid-March and can be extremely hot in April and May. with temperatures averaging around 26 °C (79 °F). mild and sunny. Due to Indore's location on the southern edge of the Malwa Plateau. Indore has a transitional climate between a tropical wet and dry climate and a humid subtropical climate. The monsoon season starts in late June. empty-nesters. TOD is the creation of compact. Indore is located in the western region of Madhya Pradesh. The highest temperature recorded was 48 °C in 1994. 4.4 °F) but humidity is very low. Indore has an average elevation of 550 meter above sea level. The average rainfall is 36 inches. with sustained. This makes it possible to live a higher quality life without complete dependence on a car for mobility and survival. etc Growing national support for Smart Growth 4. bus routes or public transportation systems. Winters start in mid-November and are dry.1. livable communities.516.2 "Traffic congestion has increased so much in virtually every metropolitan area that twohour commutes now are routine.1. monsoon and winter. on the southern edge of the Malwa plateau.1.1. the 15 th largest city in India and the 147th largest city in the world. Indore city has a population of 1.c (100. mind-numbing traffic congestion nation-wide Growing distaste for suburbia and fry-pit strip development Growing desire for quality urban lifestyle Growing desire for more walkable lifestyles away from traffic Changes in family structures: more singles. with the Yadri range to the south.3. Temperatures average about 4–15 °C (39–59 °F). a cool breeze (also referred to as Shab-e-Malwa) in the evenings makes summer nights quite pleasant. which are tributaries of the Shipra River.918 (2001 census).INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY   Sports Complex Public Facilities 4. It serves as the headquarters of both the Indore district and Indore division. It is located on an elevated plain. Average summer temperatures may go as high as 42-44.

3.   Transit can enable a city to use market forces to increase densities near stations. more congestion. increased incentive for compact development Enhanced ability to maintain economic competitiveness Transit investment has double the economic benefit to a city than does highway investment. more stable property values Increased foot traffic and customers for area businesses Greatly reduced pollution and environmental destruction Reduced incentive to sprawl. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 73 .3. thus creating more efficient sub-centers and minimizing sprawl. and rollerblades as daily support transportation systems Reduced and managed parking inside 10-minute walk circle around town center / train station 4. residential. where most services are located. Transit Oriented Development as an approach to combat traffic congestion and protect the environment has caught on all across the country. light rail. eventually.1. entertain and play Greater mobility with ease of moving around Increased transit ridership Reduced traffic congestion and driving Reduced car accidents and injuries Healthier lifestyle Higher. scooters. streetcars. 4.4 Benefits             Higher quality of life Better places to live. Transit enables a city to be more corridor-oriented.3 Components of transit oriented design        Walkable design with pedestrian as the highest priority Train stations and Inter-state bus stations as prominent features of town center A regional node containing a mixture of uses in close proximity including office. high-quality development within 10-minute walk circle surrounding train station Collector support transit systems including trolleys. work. and buses. and civic uses High density. making it easier to provide infrastructure. retail.1. etc Designed to include the easy use of bicycles.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY highways almost always have led to more sprawls and. The trick for real estate developers has always been identifying the hot transportation system".

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY  Transit enhances the overall economic efficiency of a city.1. 4. denser cities with less car use and more transit use spend a lower proportion of their gross regional product or wealth on passenger transportation.4 Existing Site-Photos MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 74 .

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Zones.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 2 Super Corridor Project Requirements The findings included in this report are to be considered preliminary and consultant to perform more detailed analysis and to provide a firm foundation for the initiation of the project and it should covers the followings but not limited to:  Challenges and opportunities  Planning Strategies  Future vision of the project  Land use zones. to be further developed as a Concept Master Plan.2. environmental sustainability. The developed brief should defines the aspirations and key elements of the Mixed-Use Development including sizes and locations of different Zones.2. plots.2.b Architectural Concept Design – Buildings (Block diagrams only) The client wishes to develop in parallel to the Master Plan concept design. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 77 . sub-zones and plots.1.  Tourism Development & Hospitality  Future phasing & project sequencing Plans SUPER CORRIDOR PROJECT design components and phasing of design stages and deliverables for each design phase are detailed here below:- 4. 4. but will not be limited to those components mentioned in Section 4.a Conceptual Master Plan integrating the project length and sub-zones together. an early architectural package of buildings to control the design and massing of the proposed structure on various Districts. Master Plan concept design study.2 DELIVERABLES OF PHASE 2 During this phase the consultant will develop and produce the following: 4. Based on the Master Plan brief as described in Section 4 of the RFP. At the beginning of this phase the consultant should propose and present three (3) different early conceptual Master Plans to the client for review and client will select one of the early concepts.2.1 of the RFP. 4.1. analysis will incorporate all project components.2.2.2.1 PHASE 1 Introductory Workshop. the Master Planner need to develop the project detailed brief for planning and design parameters of Super Corridor Project. Data Collection and Preparation Works Refer to section 3. land uses and project components as well as their connectivity. characteristics and various parameters to be considered during the Master Planning process.

2. storm water.a 50% and 90% Detailed Master Plan Corridor based on the client approved Concept Master Plan. drainage. but not limited to roads.3 DELIVERABLES OF PHASE 3 During this stage the consultant will develop and produce the following: 4. 4.a 100% Detailed Master Plan Design based on the client approved 90% Master Plan.2. & Build MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 78 .b Final Design for Landscaping.4.4 DELIVERABLES OF PHASE 4 During this stage the consultant will coordinate with the appointed infrastructure Contractor and produce the following: 4. 4.2. 4. Infrastructure concept design will include.4.2. communication. The above design packages must be produced in accordance with the project approved design and construction phasing and packages. water.3.2.2.c Concept Design for Infrastructure and Utility Network for the Zones & Sub-Zones During this phase the respondents should prepare a concept design Master Plan for the infrastructure and utility networks that will serve the project components (Main Plot).3. gas.c Preliminary Design for Landscaping 4. 4.2.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 4.b Schematic Design for the Infrastructure and Utilities package for a Design contract.2. irrigation.2. and any other utilities required to be integrated into Super Corridor. power supply. The consultant will incorporate all notes and comments received from the Client as well as the local and governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the project and will produce detailed master plan at 50% completion and 90% completion.3.

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Master plan Approach & Methodology Presentation.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SECTION 5 .Evaluation & Award Process 5.3 5. Presentation .Technical Proposal Package B. .2 5.6 Evaluation Information Package A .1 5.Financial Proposal Package C .4 5.5 5.Interview Contract Award MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 80 .

the selected team will be asked to execute a contract with IDA. 5. 5. C.2 Relative Weights of Scoring Relative Weights for the two components that comprise the RFP submission are: Package A .1. . These Evaluation Committees' scorings.3 Evaluation Committee A.2 PACKAGE A. 5.3 Evaluation Criteria The following are representative of the Evaluation Criteria that will be used for Package A. Based on the required approvals.2.2 Evaluation Committee The Evaluation Committee will be comprised of members of the Client. score them and then review Package B and score it. The Executive Committee will review the report and recommendations to the Chairman of the Board of Directors for approval.2.1. scoring. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 81 . B. and relative rankings will be documented prior to reviewing Package B.Technical Proposal -80 % Package B -Financial Proposal -20% 5. The Evaluation Committee will review Packages A. and locations established in this RFP. Comments.1 EVALUATION INFORMATION 5.1.TECHNICAL PROPOSAL 5. The short listed Respondent will be notified of their standing and requested to prepare any clarification prior to the interview.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 5 EVALUATIONS AND AWARD PROCESS 5.1 Evaluation Process The Evaluation Committee for Package A will review the Package A submittal and evaluate it in accordance with the criteria in Section 3. rankings.2. and comments will be compiled to a report and the top ranking Respondent will be short listed for interview/presentation of their submission.1 Respondents Respondents will submit packages according to dates. 5. times.

Key Project Members F.3. Experience of office(s) that will be directly involved in the work B. Office which will perform the work C. Prior Working relationship between Respondent and proposed sub consultants 5. Project Lead Designer D. Approach to planning and client interface C. Other Key Team Personnel 5.2. Project 5.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 5. Project Team Organization B. Primary Contact Person for the PM and Client E.4 Methodology A. Project Manager E.2. Specialist sub consultants B. Previous similar experience D. Logical and Appropriate D.3. Understanding of project requirements B. Achievable Schedule MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 82 . experience and capabilities of Consultant's key project personnel A. Other national or international offices that may provide resources. Project Manager C.2.1 Company's experience on similar projects A.3.3. Project Work Plan E.2. C.3 Sub consultants A.2 Knowledge.

3. It is expected that the Respondents will be able to support fair value and acceptable levels of service for the fees and expenses as proposed.3. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 83 . Responsiveness of Proposal B.3. Appropriate Hours Estimate/Resources G.1 Evaluation Process Package B will be opened after the completion of the Package A evaluations and rankings. the Respondent and Client may then proceed to finalize the contract award and contract document.3 PACKAGE B .6 CONTRACT AWARD 5.1 Proposal Appraisal A.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY F.1 Pre Award 5. Location(s) where work will be undertake H.3.1. Reasonableness of Fee Quotation D.6.FINANCIAL PROPOSAL 5. Completeness of Proposal C. 5.1 In accordance with Section Five of this RFP. 5. Once these terms are accepted.2 The Client at its discretion may then initiate negotiations in an attempt to reach understanding and consensus on the scope of work and fees.3.3 Evaluation Criteria 5.6.6. 5. the highest-ranking Respondent will receive a written invitation for the purpose of reviewing the proposed scope and level of services to be provided and the associated fees and expenses.2 Evaluation Committee The Evaluation Committee will be comprised of members of the Client. Reasonableness of Exceptions 5. Approach to managing sub consultants 5.1.

The Client is under no obligation to disclose scoring and ranking worksheets. notices. 5.6. 5.6. contract award discussions will be terminated by the Client.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 5.6.4 Contract Agreement A specimen Form of Agreement as attached on section -6 and will be used as a basis for contract award.1.3 Familiarity with Conditions Affecting Delivery of Services Prior to entering into agreement. equipment and materials. Therefore.6. resources and information needed to conduct these negotiations in a timely manner in order to meet the Client's schedule. The target date for the initial meeting will therefore be informed during the first week of reviewing the submissions. The two parties will agree to a process for preparing and signing a mutually acceptable contract document.1. This process may be repeated if necessary. personnel. The Respondent with the second highest ranking may then be invited to participate in the negotiation process. 5. permit requirements and local labor conditions.4 The Client is under no obligation to award to the lowest price proposal. all Respondents should be prepared to have all required personnel. licensing.6. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 84 . codes. The Respondent must also be knowledgeable of all relevant laws. the Respondent shall thoroughly examine and assess all conditions affecting the delivery of services including available documentation. orders and regulations. In the event that the two parties fail to agree on the terms of contract. directives. 5. the Client will terminate discussions. No contract exists until such time as the two parties sign a contractual agreement or a letter of award.2 Unsuccessful Contract Award In the event that the Respondent with the highest ranking and the Client fail to agree on a scope and cost for the services to be provided.3 IDA intends to negotiate and complete a contract with the successful Master Planning consultant. standards. site conditions.

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SECTION 6 COVER PAGE MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 85 .

Confidentiality Undertaking B.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SECTION 6 . Sample Consultancy Contract Agreement MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 86 .ATTACHMENTS A. Master Program C.

2. Undertakings In consideration of the Confidential Information being made available by or on behalf of Indore Development Authority. if required. data and material which have been/will be made available by the Indore Development Authority are confidential (the Confidential Information). MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 87 . (b) was in the possession of the Consultant without restriction as to its disclosure before receiving it from (or on behalf of) Indore Development Authority. information. Confidential Information In connection with the preparation of the proposal process in respect of the Indore Development Authority _____________(the Project) the Consultant understands that documents. (c) is received from a third party who lawfully acquired it and who is under no obligation restricting its disclosure. the Consultant undertakes that: (a) the Consultant will use the Confidential Information for the purpose of preparing (and. 3. negotiating) a proposal for the Project and for no other purpose and will not permit or assist a third party to make use of the Confidential Information for any other purpose. or (d) is required to be disclosed as a matter of law. Exclusions The Confidential Information shall not include information which: (a) is or becomes public knowledge (otherwise than by breach of this Undertaking).INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Attachment A Confidentiality Undertaking To: Date: From: (the Consultant) PROJECT CONFIDENTIALITY UNDERTAKING The Consultant hereby undertakes that: 1.

consortium members or proposed subcontractors of any tier without retaining any copies thereof. consortium members. representatives. (e) the Consultant will not use the Confidential Information received in any way that is detrimental to Indore Development Authority (f) the Consultant will only make contact with Indore Development Authority through those officers or employees of Indore Development Authority as Indore Development Authority may nominate from time to time. the Consultant will not disclose to any person the fact that the Confidential Information has been made available or that discussions or negotiations are taking place and shall act in good faith and shall not fix or adjust the amount of any fee proposal to be submitted by or under or in accordance with any agreement or arrangement with any other person's proposal. and will ensure that its officers. The Consultant acknowledges that neither the Consultant nor any of its officers. Notwithstanding such return or destruction as mentioned above. including expunging such Confidential Information from any computer or other like device in the Consultant's possession. (d) if the Request for Proposal process is terminated or if Indore Development Authority so requests. consortium members. employees. custody or control or that of any of the Consultant's officers. (c) subject to Clause 3(a). managers. advisers. or destroy immediately all documents containing or reproducing or generated from the Confidential Information and will procure the destruction of any copies which may have been made of any such documents and of any documents prepared using Confidential Information in whole or in part. the Consultant shall return to Indore Development Authority. and (h) the Consultant will inform Indore Development Authority in writing immediately on becoming aware of any breach of the terms of this Undertaking. proposed sub-contractors of any tier or advisers shall be entitled to any right or license in respect of the Confidential Information.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (b) the Consultant will treat and safeguard as private and confidential all the Confidential Information received or held by it and that all material containing Confidential Information shall be and remain Indore Development Authority‟s property. (g) if the Consultant or its officers. employees or advisers become (or it becomes reasonably likely that the Consultant or they may become) legally compelled to disclose any Confidential Information. employees. MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 88 . the obligations contained in this Undertaking shall continue in full force and effect. proposed sub-contractors of any tier will likewise only make contact with such nominated persons. the Consultant shall give Indore Development Authority written notice as soon as possible and consult with Indore Development Authority as to any appropriate action that should be taken. employees.

employees or advisers make any representation or warranty either express or implied as to the accuracy or completeness of the Confidential Information or as to the reasonableness of any assumptions which may be contained within it. 5. Consultant's Name: Duly authorized to sign on behalf of the Consultant: Name: Position: Signature: Date: MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 89 . Governing Law This Undertaking shall be governed by and construed in all respects in accordance with the laws of the India applicable to the city of Indore and shall be binding on the Consultant and its successors and assignees. managers. Warranties Neither Indore Development Authority nor any of its officers.INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 4.

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Attachment B Master Program (To be proposed by consultant) MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 90 .

INDORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Attachment C Sample Consultancy Services Agreement MASTER PLANNING SUPER CORRIDOR Page 91 .

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