The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) is formed as a special purpose company incorporated under the Indian Companies Act 1956, with equity from Government of India, Japan Bank of International Cooperation (JBIC) and Government owned institutions to establish, promote and facilitate development of Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project. DMICDC works with the State Governments for undertaking various project development activities. The State Government has nominated nodal agencies for supporting the DMIC project. A SPV at city/ node level will be incorporated between Central and State Governments for project implementation with equity participation from both the Governments.
The Dholera Special Investment Region (DSIR) is the first investment region to be implemented under DMIC project. As a major new city, Dholera will be a Greenfield industrial hub located approximately 100km south of Ahmedabad in Gujarat. DMICDC, with support of Gujarat Infrastructure Development Board (GIDB) and Dholera Special Investment Region Development Authority (DSIRDA), plan to create an economically and socially balanced new-age city with world class infrastructure and highest quality-of-life standards and sustainability in the urban development context. A Special Purpose vehicle Dholera Industrial City Development Limited (DICDL) has been formed with the equity participation of Central and State Governments for procurement and Construction of trunk infrastructure in DSIR.
DICDL in the capacity of the Employer invites proposals from prospective Bidders to participate in bidding. Under the overall Implementation and Phasing Plan, the Activation area is identified for early start-up of development. The Activation Area is spread over approximately 2254 ha. The Activation area requires the development of sewage collection and treatment systems as essential facilities for the development. Also, there will be recycled water distribution system with the treated water from the STP as the recycled water will reduce the load on the potable water demand. As the DSIR is going to be planned through different TP schemes (TP1, TP2E, TP2W etc.), separate STPs for the separate TP areas are recommended. This will optimise the requirement of sewage collection system as well as the recycled water distribution system. The STP shall treat the domestic sewage upto the tertiary treatment standards.