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List of Top 10 Contractors for 1st quarter of 2024

The BCTA is pleased to publish the list of top 10 contractors for the 1st quarter of 2024 as follows:

List of Top 10 Contractors for 1st quarter of 2024

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System Uptime

This is to inform all that our eRaLIS system is up and now fully operational. We acknowledge that the restoration process took longer than usual, and we appreciate your patience and understanding during this extended downtime. Our team has worked diligently to resolve the issue and ensure the system's stability.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and thank you for your understanding and continued support.

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System Downtime

This is to inform all that the eRaLIS system is down due to an operational failure of the Percona Database Cluster on Kubernetes setup. Therefore, the driving test registration for Thimphu Region could not be configured today. If the system issue is resolved, the driving test registration will be opened at 4:00 pm on Sunday. However, if the system cannot be resolved, we will postpone the test registration to later dates. We will update accordingly.

We sincerely apologize for the inconveniences.

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Announcement for Construction Quality Compliance Mechanism Framework

The Bhutan Construction and Transport Authority (BCTA) will be conducting a 1-Day capacity development of Government Agencies and Construction Professionals to comply with the Construction Compliance Mechanism (CQCM) Framework on the following dates: 

SI. No.


Training duration & Months





3rd June 2024

9:00AM - 5:00PM

Will be intimated to the participants.



5th June 2024

- ditto.

- ditto


Samdrup Jongkhar

7th June 2024

- ditto

- ditto


Phuentsholing, Chukha

10th June 2024

- ditto

- ditto



12th June 2024

- ditto

- ditto



14th June 2024

- ditto

- ditto



17th June 2024

- ditto

- ditto



18th June 2024

- ditto

- ditto


Important information:

1.      Registration will be open from 17th - 26th May 2024. It will be done on a first-come-first-serve basis.

2.      Registration will have to be done through this link:

3.     Eligibility of the participants:

·         Has completed a minimum of a Bachelor's degree or has a Diploma in an engineering field.

·         Has experience in the construction industry.


Please find the course details in Annexure-1. For further clarification, please contact 02-335019 during office hours or email




Annexure-1 Course Details 

Course Title

Capacity Building for the Procuring Agents and Contractors to Comply with the Construction Quality Compliance Mechanism (CQCM).


1 day

Target audience and needs

Up to 20-30 procurement agents and contractors who will need to comply with CQCM framework during the implementation of projects.

Course description

This course provides an overview of certain aspects of the CQCM Framework as they relate to procurement and regulatory processes and uses concrete examples to guide participants thinking about how they can use the Framework to support the quality of their own work. It focuses on the advantages for the participants in using the Framework and how the Framework can make their roles more effective and can increase accountability and quality throughout their implementation of construction projects.

Course Aim

Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the scope and purpose of the CQCM framework, their obligations for compliance, and the key principles and processes to apply.

Course Objectives

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

·         Explain why quality in construction is an important aspect of national development plans

·         Explain the structure and contents of the CQCM Framework as it relates to their own work

·         Discuss the relevance of procurement standards as outlined in the CQCM Framework

·         List actions they will take to implement the relevant aspects of the CQCM Framework





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Public Notification

The Bhutan Construction and Transport Authority would like to notify the public regarding the maximum permissible height of the load for the vehicles, as outlined in Sections 417, 418, and 419 of the Road Safety and Transport Regulations 2021 as follows:

The maximum height of the load in case of medium and heavy vehicles shall be up to the cabin level of the vehicle. This is subject to the loading capacity outlined in Schedule-II of the Regulations.

The laden and unladen weight for light vehicles shall not exceed the gross vehicle weight and the height of load should not exceed 30 cm above the carrier.

The load volume of the pickup shall not exceed 30 cm above the cabin level but within the gross vehicle weight.

Therefore, any vehicles (heavy, medium, light, and pickups) that are modified to carry loads exceeding the permissible height limit are requested to remove the modifications by 30th April 2024. 

It may be noted that defaulters shall be penalized as per the provision of Regulations after the above deadline.


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Induction Course Completed Participant List

Bhutan Construction and Transport Authority (BCTA) is pleased to share the list of candidates who have successfully attended the 2-day induction course conducted  from March 11 to 12,2024.

Induction Course Completed Participant List

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