Review of the preliminary design and conduct detailed engineering design of the BRT project and preparation of bidding documents for civil and building works.
Develop a study covering all the aspects viz social, environmental, engineering etc. related to the resettlement of the PAPs at Resettlement site. Topographic survey of the resettlement site Market price of the land in the radius of about 5 kms Geotechnical Investigation Host Population Survey Land cover or Land-use Survey of Water Resources & Drainage patterns Infrastructure Inventory Survey in the Vicinity Resettlement Site Development Plan Reports pertaining to the above mentioned services
Government of Sindh sought to develop Hyderabad Badin Road Project and engaged MM Pakistan to conduct Feasibility Study and Transaction Advisory Services. The project is to be executed in Public Private Participation mode. It is a 100 km road which starts from southern side of Hyderabad city, runs through District of Tando Mohammad Khan and ends at Badin District.
Government of Sindh sought to Extent the Third Party Monitoring of road sector project in the province of the selected schemes exsicuted before 30th of September with respect to their physical anf financial progress with respect to design parameters, specifications and quality of work. It is a distributed in five different districts and a total of 18 schemes having total length of 833.58 Km. in length.
The policy framework will include: A comprehensive PPP policy document for the rail sector A proposed framework for PPP development in the rail sector covering: Procedures for implementation of policy including interaction with the private sector, other GOP organizations and capacity building for PPP procurement Mechanisms including legal and regulatory requirements which would be required to facilitate PPPs in the rail sector A risk framework for PPP projects in the rail sector A financial framework for PPP projects in the rail sector Relevant operating, design and service standards The essential elements of rail focussed model contracts A list of selected and ranked potential rail PPP projects Other relevant aspects including institutional and approval arrangements, dispute resolution procedures An implementation plan covering the next 2-3 years.
Project Feasibility study and design for Rawalpindi Ring Road city boulevard 56 km road.
Public Private Partnership (PPP) Unit of Finance Department appointed MM Pakistan to review the Developer’s Bid for dualisation of existing 67 km long road connecting Hyderabad city and Mirpurkhas passing through Tando Jam and Tando Allahyar Towns. This tolled road is to be constructed, operated and maintained on Build, Operate and Transfer basis for a concession period of 20-30 years. Consultants services included the following: Developer’s technical proposal review. Review of design criteria. Review of traffic projections. Review cost data and basis of the proposal. Comments on proposal conditions. Analysis / comments of technical and financial capability of the developer. Financial review. Technical review of concession agreement.
The services include detailed engineering comprising of topographic survey, capacity analysis, traffic analysis and forecasting phases, hydraulic design, structural design, financial and economical analysis, cost estimation and construction supervision. The work of construction supervision is in progress.
The project components include significant local participation and consultation in the planning and road maintenance processes. The project will also set the basis for the establishment of institutional frameworks and capacity building to support decentralized management of rural access improvements. The duration of the projects is 14 months in which pilot design and construction of three road segments is involved. They are: Detailed Design Al Taffa-Awin Road (33 km) Al Turbah-Tor Al Baha (18 km) Khamis Bani Saad Al Mahwit (30km) Al Camb-Maqbanah (22 km) Supervision AlTurbah-Tor AlBahah Road (8.9km) Al Taffa-Awin (42 km)
The project components include significant local participation and consultation in the planning and road maintenance processes. The project will also set the basis for the establishment of institutional frameworks and capacity building to support decentralized management of rural access improvements. The duration of the project is 12 months involving Construction Supervision of Khamis Bani Sa’ad Al-Kuta’a Road Project (10 km).
Appropriate surveys to study ground configurations etc. Socio-economic investigations, benefits of the project Environmental impact of the project Traffic studies as needed and the Geometric design of the selected road route Structural design of all structures in the project Cost estimates, BOQs, Contract Documents, embankment design and Drawings Assist the Client in award of construction contractors. Plantation along the Link Road
The bridge was completely washed out during 2001 flood. The bridge was designed and constructed to increase the water way capacity & to provide safe access facility on both sides of Nullah. The bridge comprises of 3 spans with total length of 72 km. The bridge superstructure consists of RCC deck slab supported on 8 pre-stressed concrete girders. The sub structure consists of transom supported by 5 piers. Walkway of 1.5m wide is provided on both sides of bridge for pedestrian facility. Approach ramp & underpass have also been provided for smooth traffic flow.
The existing bridge was in a very dilapidated condition and flood water of Lai Nullah overtopped the bridge during very high flood period of year 2001. One of its abutment and approach ramp was in constant threat of flood damage. The bridge is redesigned and constructed to increase the waterway capacity and to prove safe access facility on both sides of Nullah. The bridge comprises of 3 spans with total length of 68 m and is skewed at an angle of 38º (Right face). The bridge superstructure consists of RCC deck slab supported on 4 pre-stressed concrete girders. The substructure consist of transom supported by 2 piers. Walkway of 1.5 m is provided on right side of bridge for pedestrian facility. Approach ramp and under pass have also been provided for smooth traffic flow.
The scope of services included the topographic survey, soil investigations for pavement design/evaluation, geometric designs, pavement designs, relocation/accommodation of utilities services, typical construction details and specifications etc.
Topographic survey, geotechnical investigations, flyover design including slip roads at Zero point, Islamabad
The project included extensive Topographic Surveys, Road Condition Evaluation Surveys, Soil Surveys, and Traffic Studies. All work were carried out with minimum hindrance to the running traffics. Pavement Designs and improvement of the drainage conditions were carried out. Shifting and relocation of utilities ware also planned and executed with arrangements causing minimum disruptions. Construction was planned to be Supervision with Quality Assurance on specification and time schedules.
Services Key Outputs is as:
Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) intended to Improve the Traffic at Marrir Chowk through Addition of Two Lanes on Either Side of Murre Road under Railway Bridge, Rawalpindi" on a very fast track basis at cost of Rs. 429.500 – Mllion under Annual Development Programme (ADP) 2011-12 8 2012-13. The Murree Road is passing through the heart of the city and connects with Islamabad on one side and cantonment on the other end. The road is hub of commercial activities in the city. The road is the busiest one in the city and traffic congestion problems are experienced ever since. The project includes construction of 2 additional lanes on either side of Murree Road under Railway Bridge at Marrir Chowk and subsequently construction of widened Railway bridge of two span s (82feet each) Steel Bridge. Overall objectives of the project were:
Always known for our smart solutions to complex challenges, the New Islamabad International Airport, a prestigious and long-awaited project for the Government of Pakistan, was awarded to us in 2015 after it had been highly mismanaged, and the completion deadline was fast approaching. This was a crunch time for us, but we took up the challenge, and now the project’s problems are being streamlined.
Since this project is designed to cater for future aviation requirements, it has been planned in two different phases. The first phase comprising 2,000 acres is for airside aviation related activities. The remaining 1,200 acres are earmarked for commercial facilities. The airport is planned for managing annual traffic of approximately 10 million passengers and cargo facility of up to 150,000 metric tonnes.
The runway, taxiway, apron and other airfield facilities have been completed up to 95%, whereas the terminal building, control tower, cargo complex, and related utilities are at various stages of construction.
This proposed road is planned to be constructed as a 4-lane expressway with bridges over River Indus and culverts as per NHA standards, from Yarak near D.I. Khan to Brahama Bahtar Interchange on M-1. The length of this expressway/motorway is approximately 285 kms and is divided into 5 packages.
The proposed alignment of the project will become part of the Pak-China trade corridor after its completion. In association with NESPAK, our services on this assignment include:
To address Pakistan’s transport policy issues, the Pakistan Government requested the ADB to provide Capacity Development Technical Assistance (CDTA) for this project to meet development goals of Pakistan’s Vision 2025. The intended impact of this CDTA will be a coordinated, efficient, safe and sustainable transport system in Pakistan and the outcome will be the improved capacity of the GoP to develop and manage its transport system. As part of this assignment, in which MMP is collaborating with MML, there are five key deliverables:
Peshawar’s first bus rapid transit project (BRT) has been planned and designed as a sustainable, low-carbon and climate resilient urban transport system. It is being developed along the main corridor in Peshawar and aims to improve the quality of public transport in the city. The total route length is approximately 26kms and has 31 proposed stops on it.
The detailed design of the project has been completed by the consultants, and based on their satisfactory performance, the client awarded Mott MacDonald Ltd, in association with MMP, the contract for Project Management and Construction Supervision. Our team will also be reviewing the preliminary design and conduct detailed engineering design, as well as prepare bidding documents for civil and building works.
In 2012, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) provided assistance to the Government of Sindh to jointly develop the detailed and comprehensive Karachi Transportation Improvement Project, comprising a Transport Master Plan and Feasibility Study for the Green and Red BRT lines.
The Sindh Government, with ADB’s assistance, selected MML in association with MMP to carry out the detailed engineering design and procurement works for BRT’s Red Line.
Pakistan Railway has selected the consortium of MMP, Canarail, and Crimson Engineering Consultant to review and vet preliminary design/drawings, survey reports, BOQ, specifications of material and execution of works, bidding documents for EPC contract, and the bid evaluation process for the works of overhauling, upgradation and construction of railway track and other allied structures on different sections of ML-1 extending from Karachi to Peshawar.
Our project team will also conduct a verification of, and vet all drawings prepared by the preliminary design consultants including all bridges, tracks, railway stations, signalling system, level crossing, and the electrical power supply systems
The Lower Bari Doab Canal Improvement Project (LBDCIP) was financed jointly by the ADB and the Government of Punjab. Over this 10-year assignment, the general scope of services provided by our consortium comprising NESPAK, MML, ACE and our firm included, inter alia: (i) review and update of recommendations of the PPTA consultants as required; (ii) review and update of surface water hydrology for the site to include recent discharge data for the Ravi River as well as noted and anticipated effects of recent storage provision upstream and continual raising and extension of the flood protection levees; and (iii) review of results of the 2005 hydraulic model tests as a basis on which to specify and supervise additional model studies.
Project Management and Construction Supervision of the works contract
Progress planning, monitoring/contract and reviews
QA review and monitoring
Attendance to design coordination issues
Stake holders interface management
Monitor compliance with social & environmental safeguards and resettlement plans
Ensure implementation of EMP
Technical guidance and monitoring of project activities during execution