|2X600MW Jamshoro Coal Power Generation Project - JPCL ADB Loan No: 3091/3092 - PAK||Jamshoro Power Company Limited (GENCO-I)||The services to be provided by the Consultant will be divided into two phases, and will include, but not be limited, to the following tasks presented below. GHCL and Jamshoro Power Company Limited (JPCL) will assist the Consultant in (i) onsite coordination and data gathering; and (ii) liaising with other government ministries and agencies. Phase1: Implementation Phase • Data Collection, Capacity Building and Due Diligence • Preparation of Bidding Documents: • Tendering Procedure and Bid Evaluation: • Supervision of Works: • Project Management Phase 2: Operation Phase||2020|
|Consultancy Services for “Feasibility Studies, PC-1,Tender Documents,Procurement of Plant and Construction Supervision of 50 MW Imported Thermal Power Projects on EPC Basis at Industrial Estates (i) Sunder Lahore (ii) M-3 Industrial City Faisalabad||Punjab Power Development Company Limited (PPDCL)||Punjab Power Company Limited(PPDCL) intends to install 50 MW Coal Fired Power Projects each at Industrial Estatesat1) Sunder Lahore2) M-3 City Faisalabad to assure continuous and un-interrupted Power Supply to industries to be installed in these two industrial areas to boost up production of finished goods and other products from the industries. Phase I(Feasibility Study) Prepare a draft feasibility including an EIA report. The final version of Feasibility Report shall be submitted within 4 months of mobilization of the consultant. Phase II(Procurement Documents & Construction Supervision) Develop design criteria, Tender level design of the project components as necessary, and prepare final technical designs and drawings etc.||2016|
|213 MW Reciprocating Engines based Combined cycle power project at Narowal , Punjab||HUBCO||HUBCO extended its power Generation facility by installing a new 213 MW RFO power project at Narowal , Punjab. The EPC contractor was MAN Germany, Mott MacDonald Pettit Dublin & MM Pakistan performed as Owner’s Engineer for the Design vetting and construction supervision. The project has successfully completed and supplying Power to the NTDC system to overcome its share of Power supply- Demand gap. The brief project components are: HUBCO (The Owner) has awarded the design, engineering and procurement, contract to MANN Germany, responsible for supply and delivery of the Diesel Engines RFO Based Combined cycle power project with all BOP, while the construction agreement for main civil works , erection, start up , commissioning and testing of the project is awarded to M/S Man Diesel Pakistan (pvt), 16 KM Raiwind Road Lahore on 18th June ,2008.. The set up of this project consists of the following main components. 11 Diesel Engines Generators.sets 11 HRSGs and One Aux: Boiler. One Steam Turbine. RFO system including storage Tanks and Decanting arrangements Cooling Water System. Chemical Water Treatment Plant Compressed Air System 132 KV Substation MV/LV Power systems. DC system and DC batteries. DCS/ PLC Control systems and Field Instruments. Balance of Plant.||2011|
|KESC’s Korangi Thermal Power Station – Extension Project||Karachi Electric Supply Company Ltd||Karachi City’s was facing severe Power supply –demand gap. To overcome this shortfall, KESC planned to increase the power generation capability of existing Korangi Thermal Power Station (KTPS) by installing additional generators KESC, now as a duly privatized utility, engaged MM Pakistan (Pvt.) Limited (MMP) in association with MML UK as Owner’s Engineer role to provide project management consultancy for the development of 220 MW CCPP at existing Korangi Thermal power plant. The services commenced during year 2007. The scope of services includes design vetting of the contractor (METKA’s ) design, contract administration & construction supervision etc.||2009|
|KESC’s 560 Bin Qasim Combined Cycle Thermal Power Plant.||Karachi Electric Supply Company Ltd||KESC planned to develop a 560 MW combined cycle power generation plant within the premises of existing Bin Qasim Thermal Power Plant. MM Pakistan in association with MML UK were hired as Owner’s Engineer to provide services as: Preparation of Project Specifice Guidelines (Tenders) to invite the prospective EPC bidders, Evaluation of EPC bids and assistance in award of EPC contract with M/s Harbin Power Engineering (HPE) China.The services initiated during Year 2007||2008|
|Lender’s Independent Engineer on Hub Power Company Limited||National Bank of Pakistan||The Hub Power Company Limited is an Independent Power provider (IPP) supplying electrical power to WAPDA since 1997. Generating capacity of Hubco Power Plant is 1,200 MW (net). National Bank of Pakistan, the onshore inter-credit agent of Lenders’ syndicate appointed MM Pakistan (Pvt.) Ltd. (in association with Mott MacDonald Limited, UK) as Lenders’ Independent Engineer (LIE) to carryout monitoring of Power Plants operations and report.||2008|
|Multi-Discipline Training Program for Gas Pipeline and LNG Import Projects||Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, Govt of Pakistan||MM Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd played a vital role in course development with local content and facilitate sessions. MMP also responsible for close coordination and liaison with Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Resources and International Consultancy Firms. Total 35 delegates from different departments of the ministry were participated and successfully completed the course. Minister of State for Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resource was the Chief Guest for certificates distribution ceremony held on 18 February 2007 in Serena Hotel, Islamabad||2007|
|Tapal Energy 160 MW Diesel Power Plant||Tapal Energy||Tapal Energy (Pvt) Limited (TEL) is one of the first generation of Independent Power Plants (IPP) set up in Pakistan under the 1994 Power Policy. It installed a 126 MW Power Plant which was commissioned in June, 1997. The plant is operating successfully since then. TEL initiated a process of preparing a proposal for 160 MW power plant to operate on Residual Fuel Oil (RFO) or Combined Cycle Power Generation technology. On TEL’s invitation, EPC contractors submitted the bids for this plant. The Client approached MM Pakistan (Pvt.) Limited to provide consultancy services alongwith Mott MacDonald Group of United Kingdome, as Owner’s Engineer. The first phase of review and evaluation of EPC contractors, specifications and scope of supply as well as the recommendations Owner’s Engineer has been completed.||2006|
|135 MW Japan Diesel Power Station near Raiwind||National Bank of Pakistan||Detailed inspection of the power station was done as Lender’s Independent Engineers. Its report covered: Details of any events of default, potential event of default or Forced Majeure. Details of any material dispute Details of forecasted / projected amount against actual expenditure on operating the plant. Comparison between revenue forecast and actual received by the company along with variance, if any. Details of maintenance and costs, fuel purchases / consumed etc. Net operating output, no. of cold starts, hot starts and other details as required under the agreement. Environmental compliance & defaults, if any.||2003|
|117 MW SEPCOL Diesel Power Station – Lender’s Independent Engineer||National Bank of Pakistan||The Lender of funds, National Bank of Pakistan appointed MM Pakistan in association with Mott MacDonald Ltd of UK, as Independent Engineer to examine and review the operation and maintenance of SEPCOL’s Raiwind Diesel Power Station, every 6 months. The independent Engineer reviews SEPCOL’s quarterly operating reports, carried out site inspection, holds discussions with the Client and operation staff and submitted a detailed report to National Bank of Pakistan, covering Operation and Maintenance activities, Staffing, Financial Analysis, Health, Safety and Environmental aspects etc.||2003|
|Policy formulation for development & utilization of petroleum storage facilities.||Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources- MP&NR||The services provided as follow:: Data Collection on storage of oil products in the regions Analysis, Review and Projection of storage requirements Policies guideline review Draft Rules and Regulations workshop of stakeholders Consultant’s recommendation for policy formulation||2003|
|Construction Drawings For Bhit Airstrip New Construction||LASMO Oil Pakistan Ltd.||LASMO Oil Pakistan Ltd. wanted to construct a new airstrip on the western side of existing airstrip near its Bhit Gas Field. The new airstrip would serve Fokker aeroplanes which could be operated at the existing airstrip.||2001|
|Bhit Airstrip New Construction Design||LASMO Oil Pakistan Ltd.||The services provided for the engineering design of the new construction of Bhit Airstrip included: Digital topographic survey Detailed pavement design including Three Surface Treatment (TST) option. Mix design of asphalt mixes for different surface asphalt layers. Drainage design. Geometric design of the runway. Design reports, Tender Documents, Technical Specifications, BOQ, Engineer’s Estimates and Tender Drawings.||2001|
|Bhit Airstrip Upgradation – Design||LASMO Oil Pakistan Ltd.||The services provided for the engineering design of the existing Bhit Airstrip and for its upgradation included: Digital topographic survey; detailed pavement design with triple surface treatment (TST) option; mix design of Asphalt Mixes for different surface asphalt layers (As per Asphalt institute guidelines); drainage design; geometric design; design reports; Tender Documents; Technical Specifications; B.O.Q. Engineers Estimates and Tender Drawings||2001|
|117 MW Diesel Power Plant Monitoring as Lender’s Engineer for SEPCOL||National Development Finance Corporation (NDFC), Karachi||Consultants physically visited the plant and reported on: Details of any events of default, potential event of default or Forced Majeure. Details of any material dispute Details of forecasted / projected amount against actual expenditure on operating the plant. Comparison between revenue forecast and actual received by the company along with variance, if any. Details of maintenance and costs, fuel purchases / consumed etc. Net operating output, no. of cold starts, hot starts and other details as required under the agreement. Environmental compliance & defaults, if any. Review of environmental monitoring plan.||2001|
|Bhit Airstrip Upgradation||LASMO||Evaluation of the existing Airstrip including Soil Investigation to determine its suitability for Twin Otter and Fokker flights meeting CAA requirements||2000|
|Soil Gas Survey at Retail Outlets Project||Shell Pakistan Limited||Survey of Soil-Gas for 55 Retail Outlets of Shell Pakistan scattered throughout Pakistan was conducted to identify areas of oil pollution in soil due to leaks. Drager Soil Gas detection equipment was used to conduct the survey.||2000|
|Design vetting & supervision of Disposal Wells at Kadanwari Gas Field - Rehabilitation of Disposal Wells.||LASMO||Design and Construction supervision of 2# additional waste water Disposal wells, including hydro geological investigation||1999|
|Construction Supervision of All Whether Internal Road for protecting the Qadirpur Gas Field||OGDC||Provided construction supervision with measurement of quantities, certification of contractor’s claims, quality assurance and co-ordination with the client.||1999|
|Flood Fighting works for protecting the Qadirpur Gas Field for the year 1999||OGDC||Monitoring of Indus river flows with respect to the bund and readiness for any emergency works during the flood season.||1999|
|Feasibility Study for an Airport at Lasmo Oil Fields, Sehwan||LASMO||The study include general suitability of site for proposed airport operation, geotech investigations, design of airport and runway, drainage aspects and geometric design. It also included feasibility of approach road to the oil fields.||1998|
|Feasibility Study for Airstrip for LASMO Oil Fields, Bhit, East Kirthar||LASMO||The study included general suitability of site for proposed airport operation, goetech investigations, geometric and pavement, design of Airstrip, design of flood protection measures and drainage design.||1998|
|Pakistan LNG Terminal Feasibility Study||LASMO||Feasibility study involving the searching out and quantifying and the extent of data available to determine the most appropriate and economic means of obtaining information necessary to determine the physical viability of selected sites (three) for a new LNG terminal.||1997|
|Pakistan LNG Terminal Feasibility Study Phase I: Site Selection||LASMO||Study to determine the preferred location, conceptual layout & estimated cost of a marine terminal for the import of liquefied natural gas into Pakistan using 125,000 m3 vessels. The study included the inspection of a number of potential sites & collection of local data.||1996|
|Original: Geological Studies, Channelization of Nullahs and Design Review of Structures in Thor Colony of Diamer Basha Dam Amendment-I: Updation of PC-1 (One for Dam Part and Other for Power Generation)||WAPDA||The main activities of the consultancy services are to study Hydrological and geological aspects of the area to protect the WAPDA Colony at Thor by proposing such measures as channelization of Nullas and high discharging capacity cross drainage but also be able of pass big boulders rolling with the water during rainfall events in the numerous smaller left and right side nullas / tributaries joing Thor Nulla. Similarly measures against land slide with also be required at the locations that are close to weak geological formations.||2017|
|Preparation of Detailed Engineering Design, Tender Documents & PC-1, Construction Design, Construction Supervision, Project Management Support and Contract Management of Tarbela Dam 4th Extension Hydropower Project||WAPDA||The main objective of the proposed consultancy services is to support Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) in project preparation studies, preparation of detailed designs, bidding documents and PC-1 including engineering, economic, environmental and social studies and construction supervision of all works and activities included under the Tarbela Dam 4th –Extension Hydropower Project (T4HP). The Consultants (T4CJV), of which MMP is an important partner, have completed the Detailed Engineering Design, Bidding Documents and PC-1 of the project, and have also prepared a comprehensive EMP, RAP and SAP of the project. The Consultants have assisted WAPDA in selecting the Civil Works Contractor and are also supporting it to select an E&M Works Contractor. The Consultants are fully geared up to undertake the Construction Supervision of the project, as soon as the Contractors are mobilized.||0|
|Construction Supervision of Kurram Tangi Dam||WAPDA||The Kurram tangi Dam is located on the Kurram River in north Waziristan Agency in the Fata area of the KPK province. The actual dam site is located 22km upstream of the Kurram Garhi Head works and 32km north of Bannu City. Key components: 322ft high& 1035ft in length CFRD and appurtenant structures. 1 Spillway 2 cofferdams Diversion tunnels Stilling Basins 3 Weirs 5 tunnels 5 Powerhouses New Head Regulator on left bank of Kurram Garhi Head works and Thal Canal. Remodelling of existing Canals (Civil and Marwat) Kaitu Weir and Irrigation system compromising of construction of new canals. Main objectives: Productive use of water resources of Kurram and Kaitu River. Irrigate new areas in Sheratallah, SpairaRagha and Thal plains. Supplementing existing command areas of Civil and Marwat Canals. Hydropower generation. Improvement in the socio-economic conditions of the most backward area of KPK||2016|
|Preparation of Feasibility, Design, Tender Documents and PC-1 of Tarbela 5th Extension Hydropower Project||WAPDA||The main objective of the proposed consultancy services is to support Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) in project preparation studies, Scoping Study, the preparation of: Tender Design, PQ Documents, Bidding Documents, PC-1 and Project Cost Analysis included under the Tarbela Dam 5th –Extension Hydropower Project (T5HP). The Consultants (T5CJV), of which MMP is an important partner, and working on to complete the Preparation of Scoping Study , Design, Tender Documents and PC-1 of the project.||0|
|Preparing Irrigation Master Plan for SATPARA Dam Command Area Projects||Agha Khan Foundation Pakistan||The Government of Pakistan has constructed a dam on Satpara nullah for power generation and irrigation purposes. Tow irrigation canals namely, Left and Right Bank Canals, have been constructed to irrigate about 15,500 acres of land. USAID is funding a multi-dimensional development project for improving on-farm water management, increasing agricultural productivity through modern techniques, introducing high value crops and providing marketing access to growers for boosting rural economy of the area. The project is implemented by Agha Khan Foundation and the services of MM Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd have been hired for “Preparing Irrigation Master Plan” for modernizing and improving on-farm water management in the irrigated area under Satpara dam command. MM Pakistan will collect baseline data on existing socio-economy, irrigation and communication infrastructure, will conduct GIS and topographic survey of the area. The design of modern irrigation system, its drawings and cost estimates, environmental examination, introduction of pressurized irrigation and consultation with all stakeholders regarding the project are the Consultants’ responsibilities.||2014|
|1. Feasibility Study, Detailed Engineering Design and Preparation of Tender Documents For Bunji Hydropower Project 2. Master Plan of Bunji Housing Scheme & Detailed Architectural Designs of various individual Buildings||Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA)||The consultant’s assignment includes the following services. Review of pre-feasibility Report. Geologic and Geotechnical Investigations. Preliminary site selection and evaluation of alternatives. Hydrological and sedimentation studies. Structural analysis. Development of design criteria. Feasibility level design of main components of the project. Review of previous Environmental and Social Impact Assessment reports. Cost estimate. Estimation of project benefits. Economic and Financial Analysis. Construction Planning. Technical evaluation. Final Feasibility Report. Preparation of PC-I. Seismic Hazard Studies. Detailed Engineering Design. Preparation of Tender Documents. Site selection & Concept Planning for Housing Scheme Detailed Master Planning of Housing Scheme Detailed Architectural Design of various individual Buildings||2014|
|Sediment Management Study of Tarbela Reservoir||Water and Power Development Authority.||Establish Consultants furnished office at Tarbela Dam. Review of existing, on-going, and planned projects relevant to the study. Procurement of Modern Equipments for the Study. Environmental & Ecology Studies. Geotechnical Studies. Assistance in Computer Modelling to MML & HR Wallingford. Assistance in subcontracts execution to MML & HR Wallingford.||2013|
|Advisory Project Management Services for DHA Power and Desalination Cogen Plant Karachi||DHA Cogen Ltd. (DCL)||DHA have planned to install a combined power and desalination plant (CPDP) in one of its constitute residential / commercial sector Phase VIII. An independent company DHA Cogen Ltd. has been established. DHA’s estimated current requirement of potable water is 7.5 mgd. KWSB sanctioned 4.5 mgd. Alternative source for 3.0 mgd is (CPDP). For the purpose a power plant of 94 MW is established to run Desalination Plant. Surplus power after making full requirement will be sold to KESC. Main components are: 1. One Gas Turbine (GT) 2. One dual capacity heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) 3. One Steam Turbine (ST) 4. Two Desalination Plants SIEMENS AG Power Generation Germany supply power plant of 94 MW capacity. Alfa Laval of Germany supply two desalination plants of total capacity of 3 mgd Lincas (Germany) supply gas supply system. Erection and commissioning Siemens Pakistan||2008|
|Consultancy Services for Conducting the Feasibility Study for 655 MW Suki Kinari Hydro Power Project||S.K. Hydro (Pvt) Ltd.||Review of previous reports of chart T. Man & GTZ Collection of Hydrological Data Preparation of tender documents for Topo Survy and Geo-Tech Investigation Selection of site in the light of previous reports and later studies.||2007|
|Detailed Engineering Design of Satpara Dam Project||HEPO, WAPDA||The assignment involves Review the detailed designs, reports / data, surveys and investigations, incorporate proposed changes in the designs and prepare construction drawings for civil, irrigation and hydraulic steel works, to check the supplier’s designs for mechanical and electrical works. Propose additional surveys and field investigations as required for implementation of the project. The construction supervision, monitoring of works and administration of contracts will be of such a quality as to allow WAPDA and GOP for a smooth implementation of the project.||2006|
|Preparation of Feasibility Study, Detailed Engineering Design and Tender Drawings / Documents for Kurram Tangi Dam||WAPDA||The study comprised the following jobs: Review and updation of all existing studies, reports and data Carrying out additional investigations / surveys Preparation of feasibility report Preparation of engineering design and tender drawings / documents.||2004|
|Fordwah Eastern Sadiqia Canal Lining Component||World Bank / Govt. of Punjab||Uncontrolled seepage from the irrigation system has resulted in waterlogging in the Canal Command area. The project comprises the development of canal lining systems to reduce seepage.||2000|
|Neelam Valley Hydro Project, Jagran||HEB/AJK||Review and approve design criteria, design report, supervise geotechnical investigation, specification report, layout and construction drawings, assembly drawings, as built drawings, progress reports. Project Management. Construction Supervision. Supervise erection installation, testing and commissioning E&M plant. Certification of invoices monthly progress and quality, attending meetings.||1999|
|Construction Supervision of Chanda Fateh Khan Dam||Govt. of NWFP||Site investigation, Construction supervision of embankment, spillway, irrigation conduit, intake as outlet structures, head regulator, irrigation network. Review construction drawings and prepare cost estimate within 2 months. Inspection and testing measurement of work quantities, certification of payment, close control on progress and monthly reporting.||1998|
|Low Head Hydropower Potential Project||Govt. of NWFP||Hydrological/Geological Studies, Feasibility Study, PC-I, Detailed Design - BOQ, Economics Financial Analysis, Environment Impact Assessment, Tender Documents, Construction Drawings, Design Report and Calculation.||1997|
|Geological Studies for Dams||Govt. of Oman||Two hydrogeologist have been deputed on this project through Mott MacDonald International Ltd. A senior Dam Engineer has been deputed on the Rusayl Dam Project for the construction / supervision of works.||1994|
|Survey and Mapping of Daral Khawar - Bahrain Hydro Power Project, NWFP||SHYDO/GTZ||Topographic survey in Difficult terrain using data logging equipment and utilizing computer aided mapping techniques.||1993|
|2X600MW Jamshoro Coal Power Generation Project - JPCL ADB Loan No: 3091/3092 - PAK||Jamshoro Power Company Limited (GENCO-I)||
The services to be provided by the Consultant will be divided into two phases, and will include, but not be limited, to the following tasks presented below. GHCL and Jamshoro Power Company Limited (JPCL) will assist the Consultant in (i) onsite coordination and data gathering; and
(ii) liaising with other government ministries and agencies.
Phase1: Implementation Phase
Phase 2: Operation Phase
|Soil Gas Survey at Retail Outlets Project||Shell Pakistan Limited||
Survey of Soil-Gas for 55 Retail Outlets of Shell Pakistan scattered throughout Pakistan was conducted to identify areas of oil pollution in soil due to leaks. Drager Soil Gas detection equipment was used to conduct the survey.
|Pakistan LNG Terminal Feasibility Study||LASMO||
Feasibility study involving the searching out and quantifying and the extent of data available to determine the most appropriate and economic means of obtaining information necessary to determine the physical viability of selected sites (three) for a new LNG terminal.
|Preparation of Detailed Engineering Design, Tender Documents & PC-1, Construction Design, Construction Supervision, Project Management Support and Contract Management of Tarbela Dam 4th Extension Hydropower Project||WAPDA||
The main objective of the proposed consultancy services is to support Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) in project preparation studies, preparation of detailed designs, bidding documents and PC-1 including engineering, economic, environmental and social studies and construction supervision of all works and activities included under the Tarbela Dam 4th –Extension Hydropower Project (T4HP).
The Consultants (T4CJV), of which MMP is an important partner, have completed the Detailed Engineering Design, Bidding Documents and PC-1 of the project, and have also prepared a comprehensive EMP, RAP and SAP of the project.
The Consultants have assisted WAPDA in selecting the Civil Works Contractor and are also supporting it to select an E&M Works Contractor.
The Consultants are fully geared up to undertake the Construction Supervision of the project, as soon as the Contractors are mobilized.
|1. Feasibility Study, Detailed Engineering Design and Preparation of Tender Documents For Bunji Hydropower Project 2. Master Plan of Bunji Housing Scheme & Detailed Architectural Designs of various individual Buildings||Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA)||
The consultant’s assignment includes the following services.
|Sediment Management Study of Tarbela Reservoir||Water and Power Development Authority.||
|2 x 600 MW Jamshoro Coal Power Generation Project – JPCL||
MMP, in association with our strategic partners Mott MacDonald Ltd, is proud to provide consultancy services on this project that holds significant national importance. Our services on this 5-year assignment are being divided into two phases and include the following tasks:
|Construction Supervision for Rehabilitation and Modernisation of Guddu Barrage||
Guddu Barrage was constructed on the River Indus in District Kashmore of Sindh and was commissioned in 1962. Under this project, rehabilitation and modernisation of the barrage is being taken up through two major assignments: feasibility study and design, and construction supervision.
In collaboration with Mott MacDonald Ltd, MMP has been involved in providing construction supervision services for Guddu Barrage’s rehabilitation, including:
|Consultancy Services for Design Review and Project Management of 870MW Suki Kinari Hydropower Project||
The Suki Kinari Hydropower Project is located on Kunhar river between Naran and Paras towns in District Mansehra, in the eastern part of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The client, SK Hydro, has contracted a consortium of MMP, MML and Yellow River Engineering Consulting Company, to provide the following services: design review – consisting of a review of both the project design and construction drawings; and project management – consisting of: review of construction plans, detailed specifications and schedules; construction supervision; quality assurance and quality control; health, safety and environmental control; verification of contractor’s invoices; contract management; and services during defects liability period.
|4. Consultancy Services for Construction Supervision of Kurram Tangi Dam Project||
The Kurram Tangi Dam is located on the Kurram River in North Waziristan Agency. The actual dam site is located 22km upstream of the Kurram Garhi headworks and 32 km north of Bannu city.
MMP, in association with MML, Pakistan Engineering Services (PES), and Development Management Consultants (DMC), has been required to make a detailed proposal for the scope of construction work to be carried out. Our project team is also required to review the available data and studies, based on which we will determine the need for field investigations. Our main task on this project is to supervise construction of the civil works, the manufacture, supply and installation of mechanical / electrical equipment, and manage various contracts to ensure successful completion of the entire project to get the requisite objectives
|Project Supervision & Implementation Assistance of Tarbela Dam 4th Extension Hydropower Project||
The preparation of Tarbela Dam 4th Extension of Hydropower Project (T4HP) was financed by the credit proceeds for the WCAP. The studies carried out so far have identified that this extension project on Tunnel 4, which has been designed as the irrigation tunnel, is technically and economically feasible, without affecting the irrigation release capabilities of Tarbela Dam. Studies also show that the optimum capacity of the hydropower plant on Tunnel-4 is 1,410 MW, comprising three generating units of 470 MW each, with a total annual energy output of 3,840GWh.
Our consultancy services include supporting WAPDA in project preparation studies, preparation of detailed designs, bidding documents and PC-1 including engineering, economic, environmental and social studies and construction supervision of all works and activities included under the T4HP. These works are being carried out in accordance with international standards, and form the basis for project appraisal by the World Bank and the Government of Pakistan. MMP is providing these services in association with MML, Coyne Et Bellier, ACE, and HR Wallingford.
|Preparation of Feasibility, Design, Tender Documents and PC-1 of Tarbela 5th Extension Hydropower Project||
This project has been financed from the World Bank loan for Tarbela Dam’s 4th Extension. MMP, in association with MML, Coyne Et Bellier, and ACE Ltd. is providing consultancy services on this assignment, the main objective of which is to support WAPDA in project preparation studies, scoping study, and the preparation of: Tender Design, PQ Documents, Bidding Documents, PC-1, and Project Cost Analysis.