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DHA Quetta Invites Vendors for Smart City Project Supplies

QUETTA, The Defence Housing Authority (DHA) Quetta is inviting suppliers and vendors to contribute to the development of its pioneering Smart City project, as announced on the authority’s Facebook page on November 21. This move is part of DHA’s strategy to build a high-tech, self-sustained, and environmentally friendly urban area in Quetta.

According to Zameen.com, DHA Quetta is currently in the process of creating an advanced civil infrastructure, which includes residential and commercial zones. To support this extensive development, the authority is seeking a diverse range of vendors and suppliers. The required services and materials include construction materials, electrical and plumbing supplies, IT equipment and services, maintenance and repair services, as well as landscaping and gardening services.

Prospective suppliers are encouraged to register with DHA Quetta to become part of a trusted network contributing to the Smart City project. The registration process requires suppliers to provide a valid business license, a copy of the business’s tax registration certificate, a comprehensive list of goods or services offered, and a statement detailing the business’s experience and qualifications.

DHA Quetta’s commitment to creating a sustainable and advanced urban space is evident in its efforts to partner with reliable and quality-focused businesses. The authority is dedicated to ensuring the timely possession of plots for its customers by the end of 2023, aiming to transform DHA Quetta into a thriving and livable community.

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