The list below presents all the projects MMP has proudly participated in and implemented for our valued clients. It illustrates the range of our capabilities, skills and services across all sectors relevant to engineering, management and development consultancy. We continue to endeavor in expanding our services and adding to our project portfolio, keeping our clients’ interests foremost, in our bid to become their consultant of choice.
|Panel of Experts Nara Canal||World Bank||
Advisory Services on canal regime and erosion.
|Marghzar Irrigation Scheme||Govt. of NWFP||
Hydrology study of Jamal Khawar and Marghzar Khawar. Detailed contour survey of command area. Selection of canal alignment. Topo survey 100 strip. Cross drainage works. Chakbandi statement. Detailed design and drawings. PC-I. Monthly reporting including geotechnical studies.
|Advisory Consulting Services of River Training Work-2||Govt.of Punjab||
Advisory Services of Abdul Shakoor on: i) Hydraulic model studies at Nandipur; ii) Planning, design and layout of training works; iii) Construction supervision of training works; iv) Assist in model study reporting and v) Attend meetings and visit sites.
|Maintenance of Irrigation Management System in Pakistan||IIMI||
Collection of information through interviews from the personnel’s & inside irrigation department at various levels (Sub-Engineer,SDO,XEN,SE,CE) as per questionnaire provided by the employer.
|Study and Preparation of Master Plan for Flood Protection works for Qadirpur Gas Field on River Indus||OGDC||
Consultancy services for comprehensive planning studies for the protection of Gas Field from the flood of River Indus.
|Detailed Engineering design for Flood Protection works on River Indus for Qadirpur Gas Field||OGDC||
Consultancy services to carry out detailed design for the above project.
|Planning and Design of Nagwah Creek Diversion of River Indus||OGDC||
Preparing proposal for diversion possibilities of the Creek passing through critical areas.
|Conducting Model Studies for Flood Protection works for Qadirpur Gas Field||OGDC||
Arranging & Conducting Model studies to recommend flood protection package at the Hydraulic lab. Hyderabad.
|Construction Supervision of Flood protection works for Qadirpur||OGDC||
Resident Supervision of construction works.
|NW Canal Remodelling Project||ADB/Govt. of Sindh||
Study to assess the feasibility of works to control. waterlogging and salinity in the Canal Command area and to fully utilise available land and water resources within the area.
|Comprehensive Flood Management Study, AJK||CDO, AJK||
Comprehensive flood management plan. Services included hydrological and hydraulic modelling, flood damage assessment, flood risk identification and the development of feasibility studies and detailed designs for identified sites.
|Small Dams Project: On Farm Water Management Studies in Command Areas||ADB/Govt. of Punjab||
Institutional strengthening to develop on farm water management for small dams presently under construction or completed in the Potohar area.
|Consultancy Services for Small Dams Umbrella Project||ADB/Govt. of Punjab||
Institutional strengthening in the preparation of feasibility studies, design, investigation, PC-I and tender documents and evaluation.
|Feasibility Study for Cholistan Irrigation Project (Phase-1)||Govt. of Punjab||
Investigations and feasibility studies for providing irrigation facilities in smaller Cholistan covering about 0.57 million acres on the east of Bahawal Canal
|Feasibility Study for the Construction of Trichan to Ata Irrigation Scheme at Malko, District Chitral||Govt. of NWFP||
Feasibility study for 10 000 acre hill irrigation project. Services included hydrological assessment of glacial water resources, agro-economic studies and the preparation of engineering designs. The study also incorporated an
|Advisory Consultancy Services for the Flood Protection Sector Projects in the Drainage and Flood Zone of Irrigation and Power Department, Punjab||Govt. of Punjab||
Advisory services covering: hydraulic model studies; design of river training works; and construction supervision of
river training works.
|Small Dams Extension Project: Water Resources Availability Assessment in Potwar Area of Punjab||ADB / Govt. of Punjab||
Assessment of the availability of additional surface water for agriculture and water supply and evaluation of the feasibility of its development. Studies included satellite image interpretation, catchment hydrological modelling and preliminary design of dams.
|Feasibility Study for Restoration and Improvement of Marala Ravi Link System||Govt. of Punjab/ADB||
Feasibility study for restoration of the conveyance capacity of Marala Ravi Link System. Studies included physical hydraulic modelling of Marala Barrage to develop methods of sediment exclusion.
|Sindh Riverine Area Study||World Bank/ WAPDA/Govt. of Sindh||
Preparation of a Development Plan for Sindh Riverine Area. covering environmental, social and other issues.
Recommendations included institutional arrangements for implementation with emphasis on Private Sector and Farmer involvement.
|Study of Minimum Flow Required Downstream of Kotri Barrage, Sindh||Govt. of Sindh||
Studies for determination of minimum flows required downstream of Kotri Barrage to conserve and improve the existing environmental conditions.
|Feasibility Study for Balambat Kharif Irrigation Scheme in Dir District||Govt. of NWFP||
Feasibility study to evaluate the technical and economic feasibility of 10 000 acre hill irrigation project. Studies included hydrological assessment, agro-economic studies, environmental evaluation and the preparation of engineering designs.
|Feasibility Study for the Construction of Irrigation Scheme Dhotar to Mulkan District Abbottabad||Govt. of NWFP||
Feasibility study to evaluate the technical and economic feasibility of 10 000 acre hill irrigation project. Studies included hydrological assessment, agro-economic studies, environmental evaluation and the preparation of engineering designs.
|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
|Monitoring & Evaluation of Jinnah Barrage – Punjab Barrages Improvement Project Phase-II||
This project was initiated by the Punjab Government’s Irrigation & Power Department in 2011. MMP, in collaboration with Euroconsult Mott MacDonald, has been providing numerous services over the course of this assignment over the past 7 years, which can be clubbed under the following five activity heads:
|Food Fortification Project – Supporting Nutrition in Pakistan (SNIP)||
The 5-year Food Fortification Project is part of the wider programme, Supporting Nutrition in Pakistan, funded by the UK Government. Led by Mott MacDonald and Micronutrient Initiative, MMP is assisting our partner consultants in improving political commitment and public/private sector management of food fortification programmes, supporting industry to provide a sustainable supply of fortified wheat flour and edible oil, raising public awareness and demand of fortified food and their nutritional benefits as well as carrying out a range of targeted scoping studies.
|Detailed Construction Supervision of RBOD-II Stage-III||
The Sindh Government’s Irrigation Department and CC Engineers 5 Corps have engaged MMP and ACE to carry out detailed supervision of RBOD for execution of earthwork and flood protection works. The project was designed for disposal of drainage effluent of 3,525 cusecs from Sehwan to Gharo Creek and Arabian Sea.
The extent of scope of work is applicable to earthworks and flood protection works only, excluding all structures in Reach 1. Other services include verification of contractors’ payment certificates through verification of soil by physical measurement of works, and verification of quality assurance of works performed by contractors and specifications.
|MD MMP Conducts Progress Review at Site of New Islamabad International Airport||Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)||
The Managing Director MMP, Mr. Waseem Nazir, conducted a progress review of the New Islamabad International Airport Project. Accompanied by key Project Management staff, Mr. Nazir, reviewed the status of project activities on-site and evaluated progress against key milestones. The New Islamabad International Airport, a prestigious and momentous project for Pakistan’s aviation sector, was awarded to MMP in 2015, and our team has endeavoured to deliver quality outcomes befitting a world-class airport against challenging timelines.
Presently, the runway, taxiway, apron and other airfield facilities have been largely completed, whereas work is also steadily progressing on the terminal building, control tower, cargo complex and related utilities, with another vital national project nearing completion supported by MMP’s efforts.
|Disaster & Climate Resilience Improvement Project (DCRIP)||Project Implementation unit (PIU) Punjab Irrigation Department, Lahore Pakistan||
In order to make infrastructure more resilient to any future such damages, the Irrigation Department, Government of Punjab, with the assistance of World Bank (Cr: No: 5686-PK) has launched a project. The project includes, restoration of existing flood embankments, river training works. The project activities are spread throughout the Punjab province, with concentration of works in Southern Punjab. The consultancy services include, condition surveys and topographic surveys, soil and geo-technical investigations, hydrological studies, design of infrastructure, preparation of PC-Is, assistance to client in getting approvals, and tendering. Construction Supervision of works with role as ‘Engineer’, and in all other aspects related to Construction Supervision including certification of works.
|Detailed Design and Construction Supervision for Rehabilitation & Modernization of Guddu Barrage– Assignment B||Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority, Govt .of Sindh.||
Guddu barrage was constructed on River Indus at District Kashmore in Sindh Province and was commissioned in 1962. The Barrage structure was designed for a super flood discharge of 1,100,000 cusecs and consists of 65 spans. Overall length of Guddu Barrage between abutments is 4445 ft. The barrage is designed for Irrigation supplies to a total command area of 3.28 million acres of land. Under the present project Rehabilitation and Modernization of the Barrage is to be taken up through two major assignments (a) Feasibility Study & Design, where as under assignment (b) Construction Supervision is to be taken up. Period of Assignment (a) is 2 years and for Assignment (b) is 6 years.
|Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) of Jinnah Barrage Punjab Barrages Improvement Phase-II Project||Irrigation & Power Department, Government of Punjab||
Task A: Monitoring of implementation progress, identification key-issues and development of solutions
Activity A1 - Review of ongoing PBIP-II project activities
Activity A.2 - Selection key-indicators and reporting Formats
Activity A.3 - Design and Implementation of web based MIS
Activity A.4 - Project Impact evaluation- establishment GIS Database
Task B: Monitoring of implementation progress,
identification of key-issues and proposed solutions
Activity B1 - Development/design of Baseline surveys
Activity B2 - Monitoring of Key Parameters and Baselines
Activity B3 - Evaluation of PBIP-II Project performances
Activity B4 - Project Reports and Workshops (M&E consultants)
Task C: Supervision of EMP and SDAP
Activity C1 - Development key indicators, related M&E system
Activity C2 - Monitoring and reporting on EMP - SDAP implementation progress
Activity C3 - Consultations/liaison with WWF on flora and fauna impacts
Task D: Monitoring of implementation of IPD reform program
Activity D1 - Budget allocation and O&M expenditures of the Irrigation and Drainage systems
Activity D2 - Transfer of management (roles/responsibilities) to FO's
Activity D3 – Actual and increase of performance of FOs
Activity D4 - Water Resources Management in the Punjab Province
Activity D5 – Development of new/adjusted institutional and legal framework
Task E: TA for implementation of the B1.1 - 1.2 component of the PBIP-II project
|Detail Design and Construction Supervision of Rehabilitation and Upgradation of Balloki And Lower Bari Doab Canal System.||Punjab Irrigation and Power Department||
The Consultant services would include the detailed design, preparation of tender documents and supervision of construction of all civil works necessary to rehabilitate and upgrade the Balloki Barrage and LBDC and its distribution system.
The rehabilitation and upgrade of the LBDC will include the main off-take channels: Gugera Branch Canal; Sahiwal Pakpattan Link; Kassowal Escape and the KFS Feeder; and a distribution system comprising over 75 distributaries and minors.
|Construction Supervision, Social Mobilization and Design Review – Management of Hill Torrents in CRBC Area (Stage III) Dera Ghazi Khan Project.||Punjab Irrigation & Power Department, DG Khan||
Design review, Construction Supervision and Social Mobilization of following 3 Hill Torrents Projects.
|Feasibility Study for Rehabilitation & Modernization of Guddu Barrage – Assignment A||Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority, Govt .of Sindh.||
The Consultancy Assignment consisted of two phases, The phases and jobs to be carried out was as under:
Phase A: Study and Design for Guddu Barrage Rehabilitation
|Project Implementation Consultancy Services for Sindh Water Sector Improvement Project Phase I (WSIP-1)||Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority||
|Detailed Construction Supervision of RBOD||Irrigation & Power Department||
|Planning and Preparation of Detailed Design and PC-1 of 7 Number Medium Dams in Khirtar Mountains In Kohistan Region Sindh||Irrigation and Power Department, Government of Sindh||
In Khirtar Mountains of Kohistan Region Sindh, Seven (7) Nos. Medium size dams are to be constructed. These will be small storage or delay action dams at the sites where currently no surface irrigation supplies are available. The Project would improve agricultural productivity and rural incomes through improved management of water resources.
|Consultancy Services of Feasibility Study for Investigation, Designing and Initiating the Construction Work for Detention Weirs / Check Dams / Small Dams in Dadu and Larkana Districts||Irrigation & Power Department, GOS||
The Project covers small dams in Dadu and Larkana Districts of Sindh Province.
The Consultancy assignment includes Preliminary Studies, Feasibility Studies and Design Report.
|Institutional Assessment of IRSA||Ministry of Water and Power, WCAP, IRSA, Provincial Irrigation Departments.||
The purpose of the project is to assist IRSA to undertake a strategic organizational planning and development process, involving IRSA staff and key Federal and provincial stakeholders such as Ministry of Water and Power, WCAP, IRSA, Provincial Irrigation Departments. The aim is to identify the capacity and resources required in future to enable IRSA to allocate water resources effectively and fairly to water users against a background of changing water availability, caused by climate change, and growing water demand for water from the irrigation, hydropower, industrial, domestic and environmental sectors.
|Conduction of Water from River Indus / Jhelum to Islamabad||Capital Development Authority||
|On-Farm Water Management Project||Agricultural Engineering and Water Management (GOS)||
|Jinnah Barrage Rehabilitation & Modernization Project||Irrigation & Power Department, Govt. of Punjab, PMO for Punjab Barrages.||
This consultancy is for preparation of detailed design of Jinnah Barrage Rehabilitation and Modernization Project to meet the requirements of the Government and the World Bank, including but not limited to the following:
|Extension of RBOD from Sehwan to Sea||Irrigation & Power Department, Sindh||
The various components of Project include:
|RBOD – Top Supervision||Irrigation & Power Department, GOS||
Irrigation and Power Department, Government of Sindh and CCE Engineers 5 Corps have asked the MM Pakistan, NESPAK and ACE Consortium to carry out Consultancy Services of RBOD Project worth Rs. 14 billion (including topographic survey, geotechnical investigation, finalization of drain, route alignment, design of hydraulic structure, location of outfall structure, design of flood protection works and Environmental Impact Assessment) and Project Management of 273 km long Drain to dispose off 3500 cusecs of saline effluent. Around 286 major medium and small RCC Structures are to be constructed to provide crossings to railways, roads and water channels and Nallahs.
|Detailed Engineering Studies & Tender Documents of Sehwan Barrage Complex||WAPDA||
The assignment involves:
|Hub Canal Rehabilitation||KW&SB||
The services provided as follows:
|Integration of Aquaculture within Irrigation Systems||DFID||
A 2-day workshop was conducted as a part of new DFID research project aimed at discussing problem and potential of integrated aquaculture from the various stakeholders’ perspectives.
|Extension of Stone Apron and Stone Pitching of Mole Head Spur Upstream Mailsi Syphon-Cum Barrage||Irrigation & Power Department, Punjab||
The project comprises restoration of damaged mole head spur offtaking at RD 4000 of Right Marginal Bund (RMB) of Mailsi Syphon-cum-Barrage on River Sutlej. The spur with 6400 ft long shank was constructed to protect the RMB and SM Link and adjoining abadis from direct impingement of the river during floods. During flood of 1999 river flow created embayment on the upstream side of the spur and damaged the nose and shank portion which thus required restoration on emergent basis.
|Resident Supervision of Flood Protection Works in D.G. Khan Zone||Irrigation & Power Department, Govt. of Punjab||
Supervision of maintenance works on irrigation structures in D. G. Khan Zone.
|Top Supervision of Flood Restoration Works in Bahawalpur Irrigation Zone||Irrigation & Power Department, Govt. of Punjab||
Design vetting and construction supervision of irrigation structures in Bahawalpur Zone.
|Feasibility of Providing Conduction Main From Shah Allah Ditta Reservoir to Different Sectors of Islamabad||CDA, Govt. of Pakistan||
Study of Feasibility and detailed design and geotechnical investigation regarding design of 25 Km long Conduction Main from Shah Allah Ditta Reservoir which gets its share of treated water from Khanpur Dam under the Metropolitan Water Supply Project via Sangjani, to the priority sectors of Islamabad.
|Supervisory Services for Development / maintenance works in D.G. Khan Zone of Irrigation & Power Department||Irrigation & Power Department, Govt. of Punjab||
The scope of services included review of work proposals, designs and verification of cost estimates, checking of the physical layout of proposed works and top supervision of works to certify, quantify and quality of works executed.
|Advisory Consultancy Services for River Training Works 1998||Govt. of Punjab||
To provide advisory services and attend meetings on river training and protection schemes by Mr. Abdul Shakoor.
|Supervisory Services for Flood Restoration / Protection Works in Irrigation and Power Department||Govt. of Punjab||
7 Nos. Flood Projects in D.G. Khan and Multan Zones of Irrigation and Power Department. Also included Top Supervision
|Project Management Consultancy Services for Balance Work of “Islamabad International Airport Project”||Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)||
Services Key Outputs is as:
|Feasibility Study & detailed design of new 4- lane express way starting from Korai on Indus highway N-55 (Km 930+00) traversing through different towns crossing Indus river at Kala Bagh( Mianwali) connecting Pindigeb Fatehjang and terminating at Bahtar Ba||NHA||
|Traffic Improvement at Marrir Chowk through addition of Two Lanes on either side of Murree Road under Railway Bridge, Rawalpindi||Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA)||
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:
|Project Management Consultancy Services for the balance work of “Islamabad International Airport Project”||
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.
|Detailed Design of Motorway from Yarak on Indus Highway N-55 to Hakla on M-1||
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:
|Pakistan National Transport Policy as part of the “Enabling Economic Corridors through Sustainable Transport Sector Development Project”||
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 Sustainable Bus Rapid Transit Corridor Project – Project Design Advance Detailed Engineering Design, Procurement and Construction Management||
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.
|Detailed Engineering Design and Procurement for Karachi Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Redline Project||
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.
|Review Consultancy for upgradation of existing Main Line-1 and establishment of a dry port near Havelian under CPEC||
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
|Feasibility Study for Extension of Water Resources for Faisalabad City – Phase-II||
WASA Faisalabad Development Authority commissioned MMP for the feasibility study for extension of water resources for Faisalabad city. Our consultants are conducting a study to augment the water availability for Faisalabad, through the induction of an additional 30 mgd of treated surface water by tapping the raw water from canals flowing through the city. Our major services on this assignment include:
|Detailed Design and Construction Supervision, Rehabilitation and Upgrading of Balloki and Lower Bari Doab Canal System||
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.
|BRT Peshawar - Peshawar Sustainable Bus Rapid Transit Corridor – Project Design Advance||Transport and Mass-Transit Department, Govt of KPK||Design and Construction Supervision of BRT Peshawar.||2017|
|Feasibility Study & detailed design of new 4- lane express way starting from Korai on Indus highway N-55 (Km 930+00) traversing through different towns crossing Indus river at Kala Bagh( Mianwali) connecting Pindigeb Fatehjang and terminating at Bahtar Ba||NHA||Data collection and coordination with relevant departments for SOP maps. • Reconnaissance visit and Inception Report. • EIA Report preparation and submission to the client through lead partner with identification of the problematic areas. • Hydrology study and hydraulics of major rivers with execution of following tasks for study: • Location and extents of the catchments area. • High Flood level. • Maximum Peak Flood Discharge • Maximum velocity • Type of bed material • Waterway • Structure profile validation||2016|
|Traffic Improvement at Marrir Chowk through addition of Two Lanes on either side of Murree Road under Railway Bridge, Rawalpindi||Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA)||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: Reduce road traffic congestion on this important highway; Reduce traffic delays and travel time; lmprove traffic circulation in general; Improve road network in the city of Rawalpindi; and Enhance the economic and environmental conditions of the city.||2017|
|Feasibility Study of Resettlement Site for the Revival of Karachi Circular Railway Project||Karachi Urban Transport Corporation||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||2017|
|Feasibility Study and Transaction Advisory Services - Hyderabad-Badin Road||Works & Services Department, Government of Sindh||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.||2017|
|Third Party Monitoring of Road Sector Development Project in Sindh||Monitoring Cell, Works & Services Department, Government of Sindh||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.||2017|
|Preparation Of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Policy for Pakistan Railways||Ministry of Railways, Govt. of Pakistan||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.||2017|
|Rawalpindi Ring Road-2 City Circle||Rawalpindi Development Authority||Project Feasibility study and design for Rawalpindi Ring Road city boulevard 56 km road.||2017|
|Technical Review of Developer’s Bid on Dualization of Hyderabad-Mirpurkhas Road||Finance Department, Government of Sindh||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.||2017|
|Lahore – Faisalabad Dual Carriageway Project-BOT-2||LAFCO / FWO||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.||2017|
|Construction Supervision and Design of Three Pilot Rural Roads, Yemen||Ministry of Public Works & Highways Rural Access Project Central Management Office (RAPCMO)||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)||2017|
|Construction Supervision Consultancy Services Contract Khamis Bani Sa’ad Al Kuta’a Road Project (Yemen)||Ministry of Public Works & Highways Rural Access Project Central Management Office (RAPCMO)||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).||2017|
|Design Consultancy of Ruwi - Wadi Kabir Link Road||Muscat Municipality, Directorate General of Technical Affairs, Sultanate of Oman||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||2017|
|Detailed Design and Construction Supervision of Pir Wadhai Bridge Over Nullah Lai||Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA)||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.||2017|
|Detailed Design and Construction Supervision of Dhok Chiragh Din Bridge||Rawalpindi Development Authority, (RDA)||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.||2017|
|Design and Top Supervision of Roads under Big Cities Package for Rawalpindi||RDA||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.||2017|
|Design of interchange at Zero point, Islamabad||Capital Development Authority (CDA)||Topographic survey, geotechnical investigations, flyover design including slip roads at Zero point, Islamabad||2017|
|Detailed Design, Construction Supervision and Project Management of 156 Km of Rawalpindi Roads Project||Rawalpindi Development Authority||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.||2017|
|Lahore Ring Road re-alignment Project.||DAEWOO||Feasibility study, traffic survey and selection of new proposed route for Lahore ring road for private sector participation.||1999|
|Technical Assistance for Quality Assurance||World Bank/ Govt. of Indonesia||Secondment of Highway Engineer to MM Jakarta for assignment for D.G. Highway (Bina Marga) Technical Assistance services to Quality Assurance Unit.||1998|
|Pakistan Motorway - Bridge Remedial Works||Daewoo||Investigation of foundation and damage to a bridge on Motorway near Chakwal being built by M/s Daewoo.||1997|
|Pakistan Motorway Project - Bridge BD12C5 and BD12C6||Daewoo||Design of rehabilitation works on bridge in salt range and construction supervision of remodelling works.||1997|
|Design Vetting and Construction Supervision of Bridges on KKH||National Highway Authority||The Project comprised the Design Vetting and Construction Supervision of bridges on Karakoram Highway (Mansehra to Khunjrab 806 km). The Karakoram Highway was construction through difficult mountainous terrain, NHA wants to construct new bridges to replace the temporary structures so as to increase the load carrying capacity there of and provide safety to the traffic.||1997|
|Feasibility Study and Detailed Design of Karakoram Highway (Mansehra-Chillas Section 316 Km)||Naitonal Highway Authority (NHA)||Topographic survey, Landslides control measures, Geotechnical investigations, Traffic studies, pavement design, Geometric design, hydrological study, structural designing, bridges, culverts and rating and preparation of tender documents. The environmental studies carried out by the firm are: Land use, noise and vibration, air quality, soil stability, water quality, impact assessment Flora and Fauna, social, landscape and visual impact assessment.||1997|
|Detailed Design of Ring Road and Network Planning for Guided DevUelopment||Govt. of Punjab||Network planning, selection of Ring Road and major arterial, geotechnical investigation, detailed design of Ring Road, Acq. plan for major arterial road future land use.||1996|
|Design of Key Hole Access Road Bridge and Location||UTP||Preparation of design & specification for the Doti Road to North Bank Tidal Link and South Bank to Key Hole # 1. Geotechnical investigation and Conceptual Design of a Bridge Over Tidal Link.||1996|
|Gulabad Bridge Training Works (Kabul River)||C&W Department, NWFP||This is an existing bridge on one of the arms of Kabul River. It experienced damages a number of times due to inadequate protection works for the bridge structure. Proper protection works were required.||1996|
|Design and Construction Supervision of Underpasses||Govt. of Punjab,||Topographic survey, soil investigation, design, cost estimates for RGH and Committee Chowks.||1995|
|Lahore Ring Road Feasibility Study and Detailed Design||World Bank/ LDA||Assessment of present situation on the Project and Presentation of Progress and future action, preparation and design of a project document summarizing key features of the project, review of existing studies and preparation of a brief project digest from them.||1995|
|Feasibility Study of Grade Seperation Facility at Faisal Chowk Davis / Avari Crossing Mall Road Lahore||Traffic Engineering and Planning Agency||Project included the assessment of alternate designs and specifically grade separation facility, having carried out detailed traffic analysis, preliminary engineering feasibility and economic analysis of the proposed scheme.||1995|
|Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design of Lahore Ring Road||LDA-TEPA World Bank||Feasibility study and detailed design of Lahore Ring Road to deflect external and cross city traffic away from the central areas of the city.||1993|
|Islamabad - Peshawar Motorway Project||NHA||Advisory services on hydraulic aspects of the design of the motorway.||1993|
|Detailed Design of Bridges and Flyovers on LRR ? Railway Crossing near Ferozepur Road ? Niaz Baig, Multan Road ? Bridges on Waterways||Lahore Development Authority||Study and detailed design of appropriate flyovers and bridges to avoid direct crossing, traffic conflict and accidents, on the new alignment of the Lahore Ring Road. Bridges included flyovers on Railway crossings and Multan Road and Bridges on Canal / Waterways and drains.||1993|
|Advisory Consultancy Services for the Training of River Chenab from Marala to Alexandra Bridge||Govt. of Punjab||Advised on river training works being undertaken to arrest erosion on the right bank of the river to save the villages.||1992|
|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.
|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|
|Solid Waste Management Studies of Towns of Central Cluster of Province of Sindh||Brisbane City Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. Under Sindh Cities Improvement Program (SCIP)||
|Feasibility Study to Divert the Municipal Sewage and the Industrial Effluents Entering the Canal and River System of Peshawar Valley||Executive Engineer, Peshawar Canals Division, Irrigation and Power Department, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa||
The Project relates to the mitigation of effluent and solid waste disposal into the canal system of Peshawar Valley. It covers both the Peshawar and Mardan canal circles for a total of seven major irrigation channels. The consultancy service oversees a baseline evaluation of the problem through surveys and mapping, qualitative and quantitative estimation of the wastes through sampling and engineering interventions to divert the pollutants for treatment and safe disposal. The Project concludes with a feasibility report and PC-I to estimate costs for the interventions recommended across the system, including construction of STPs at various locations.
|ECF - Post Flood Rehabilitation and Protection Project||European Community||
Production of 20 Tax Report Assist PMU of Development projects in Asia which receive assistance from European Commission, aimed at strengthening local ownership of these projects and fostering a democratic transparent and accountable environment.
|Disaster & Climate Resilience Improvement Project||
This project aims to strengthen the existing flood infrastructure and make it more resilient to cope with the changed climate effects on river flooding. The Punjab Irrigation Department has contracted MMP, which leads an association comprising MML and Techno Consult International, to provide the following services: topo-surveys; environmental and social mitigation plans; design of existing infrastructure and construction supervision of civil works with sole responsibility of “The Engineer” on behalf of the client.
|Monitoring & Evaluation of Punjab Agriculture Productivity Improvement Project (PIPIP)||
MMP, as the lead firm in association with MML, Associated Consulting Engineering (ACE), and Temelsu, is providing the following services on this 5-year assignment:
|Preparation of Master Plan for Water Supply, Sewerage and Drainage System for Lahore||
WASA Lahore has engaged a consortium of consultants led by MMP, including MML and JERS to prepare the Master Plan with a 25-year planning horizon and identification / prioritisation of the project. This includes provision of physical infrastructure including water supply, sewerage, storm water drainage and waste water treatment with detailed designing and costing or the Lahore District to meet the present and future requirements for efficient and effective service delivery.
Our consultants are also assessing the existing infrastructure and proposing rehabilitation and expansion, including reviewing the regularity framework. We are also reviewing the tariff structure and introducing a sound financial management system based on MIS.
|Hydrological & Geotechnical Studies, Channelisation of Nullah and Design Review of Structure in Thor Colony – Bhasha Dam||
The Thor Colony is located in Thora Valley, almost 15kms upstream of Diamer Bhasha Dam. The main objective of the assignment is to protect the Thor Colony against floods, flow of boulders and rolling stones in the tributaries of the Thor Nullah, as well as the upgradation of existing structures, including a 3.6MW power project.
Other services being provided include data collection, surveys, hydrological and geological studies, review of existing structures, detailed design of structures to protect the colony from floods and landslides, PC-1, and cost analysis.
|Project Implementation Consultancy Services for Sindh Water Sector Improvement Project||
On this 8-year assignment, Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority (SIDA), contracted the consortium of MML, MMP and BM Consulting Engineers to provide assistance and support to SIDA and AWBs for institutional reforms. The project’s main objective is to improve and rehabilitate the irrigation system in Ghotki, Nara and Left Bank AWB. Key services on this assignment include: institutional reforms; condition, topographic, geological and other surveys; prioritising and ranking and planning rehabilitation works; detailed designs; cost estimates, benefits, and economic analysis; tender documents; environmental assessment and environmental management plan; social impact assessment and resettlement action plan; water accounting and management system; trainings; procurement of goods and works; contract management and contract supervision; and capacity building.
|Preparation of Master Plan for Water Supply, Sewerage & Drainage System for Lahore||WASA LDA||Preparation of specific master plans for water supply, sewerage and drainage sector for Lahore Dist. area, for up to 2040, and develop implementation plans for priority projects. Assess the existing situation of institutional structure of WASA to handle the efficient management of the existing and expanding services needed. Assess the existing infrastructure and propose rehabilitation and expansion, including review of regularity framework. Review the tariff; introduce sound financial management system based on MIS||2017|
|Feasibility Study for Extension of Water Resources for Faisalabad City- Phase-II||Water and Sanitation Agency, (WASA), Faisalabad||Design to increase the capacity of the under construction 10 mgd plant to 20 mgd • Design a new treatment 20 mgd plant at a suitable site on the eastern side of the City, and • Design improvement in the arterial network, with necessary additions / modifications • Conducting studies, surveys, investigations • Preparing documents of technical specifications and PC-1 for the project||2017|
|36” Dia MS Trunk Mains from Hub Treatment Works to Saudabad Pumping Station||Karachi Water and Sewerage Board||For the purpose of improving water supply system of Saudabad Malir, KWSB has planned to lay 36” diameter pipeline from Pipri Treatment Works to Saudabad, a dedicated supply system. The present water shortage in the area will be eliminated and water will be equitably distributed around Malir and Saudabad. The project is to be implemented in 14 months. MMP consultants have been appointed by KWSB for detail design and supervision of the project.||2017|
|Environment and Social Studies, Land Use Plan Including Resettlement Framworks for Thar Coal Fields||Coal and Energy Development Department, Government of Sindh||Coal-to-Power Development is vital for Pakistan’s present and future power requirements. The discovery of low-ash, low-sulphur lignite coal reserves in the Tharparkar (Thar) Desert in Sindh Province, with estimation of 184.123 billion tonnes has increased both domestic and foreign interests. The area of study is 22,000 sq.km in district Tharparkar and contiguous areas.||2015|
|Rehabilitation and Strengthening of Water Supply System Under K-III Project||Karachi Water & Sewerage Board||Producing an overall existing water supply asset map of 18 towns of Karachi city, covering conveyance and distribution system with particular reference to water trunk mains ranging 33” dia to 72” dia. Leakage detection survey showing previously repaired leaks pin-pointing places where frequent leakages occur. Prepare an aging plan of the transmission and water distribution system to identify such portions of the system where it has completed economic design life and where there are visible signs of deterioration and damage resulting in water loss. Devise the concept of metering in the context to ensure equitable distribution of water and measured flows to the 18 towns of Karachi. Complete detail design and preparation of engineering estimates. Provide specialist services for all contracts with an integrated team of experienced and qualified engineers. Supervision of commissioning & setting to work to the specified standard.||2017|
|Solid Waste Management Studies of Towns of Central Cluster of Province of Sindh||Brisbane City Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. Under Sindh Cities Improvement Program (SCIP)||Solid waste generation study including household, commercial, industrial and hospital waste. Solid waste composition study providing necessary inputs for calculating organic and inorganic portions, recyclable materials and combustible waste etc. Data acquisition for time and motion study to find out existing fleet of vehicles, locations of official primary collection points to the existing dumping sites. Also carry out time and motion study for each vehicle which is presently involved in the transportation of solid waste from official primary collection points to the existing dumping sites by giving details of routes and time take for one day. Inventory of existing solid waste management physical infrastructure including assets and staff deployed by the towns, as well as all officially designated and non-designated primary collection points.||2017|
|Providing/Laying Water Conduction Main from G-13 to I-16 (New Route of Shah Allah Ditta Reservoir) Islamabad – Left Over Work of Phase I & II at Islamabad||Capital Development Authority (CDA).||The Consultancy Assignment consists of two phases, The phases and jobs to be carried out are as under: Design Review Reviewed the design of the pipeline with revised route diversions as decided on a holistic basis with specials and fittings positioned adequately. Produced revised detailed construction drawings for portions to be laid or re-Iaid. Reviewed contract documents and provide addendums where necessary, for the existing contractors. Market rate analysis and review of Cost Estimate Top Supervision of the Construction of Conduction Mains Provided Top Supervision for the execution. Witness testing and commissioning. Verified “As Built” Drawings, provided by the Contractor(s) Support the Client in project closing.||2017|
|Consultancy Services for Mapping, Planning, Feasibility Studies, Detailed Design and Supervision (SCIP-04)||North Sindh Urban Services Corporation (NSUSC)||Water Supply System Mapping for six towns in Northern Sindh Water Supply Master Plans Water Management Master Plans Solid Waste Management Master Plans Detailed Engineering Designs and Technical Specifications Sewerage and Drainage Design Environmental Safeguards Documentation Social Safeguard Documentation Preparation of Procurement Documents and Evaluation of Proposals Construction Supervision, Project Management and Quality Control Feasibility Studies and Preliminary Design of Sub-Projects Land Acquisition, Resettlement and Social Assessments Asbestos Management||2017|
|Feasibility Study & Detailed Design of Up gradation of Rawal Lake Filtration Plant Rawalpindi||WADA||Water and Sanitation Agency Rawalpindi awarded M M Pakistan the contract for Consultancy Services for “Feasibility Study & Detailed Design of Upgradation of Rawal Lake Filtration Plant Rawalpindi”. The contract was signed on 5th of January 2012, with a three months time to complete the study. The consultant is required to identify for Upgradation of water treatment plant compatible to treat the raw water of Rawal Lake.||2017|
|Implementation Assist and Consultancy Services for National Programme for Improvement of Watercourses in Sindh – Mirpurkhas Region||Agriculture Department Government of Sindh||Assistance in survey, design work and authentication of cost estimates of watercourses. Supervision of construction work. Assurance of quality as per specified standards and designs. Technical assistance and overall coordination of project implementation. Assistance in social mobilization, mass mobilization and awareness campaigns. Organize seminars and workshops for the mass mobilization and awareness campaign. Preparation of the database for the works carried out in the project.||2017|
|Implementation Assistance and Consultancy Services for National Programme for Improvement of Watercourses in Sindh – Hyderabad||Agriculture Department Government of Sindh||Assistance in survey, design work and authentication of cost estimates of watercourses. Supervision of construction work. Assurance of quality as per specified standards and designs. Technical assistance and overall coordination of project implementation. Assistance in social mobilization, mass mobilization and awareness campaigns. Organize seminars and workshops for the mass mobilization and awareness campaign. Preparation of the database for the works carried out in the project.||2017|
|Feasibility Study to Divert the Municipal Sewage and the Industrial Effluents Entering the Canal and River System of Peshawar Valley||Executive Engineer, Peshawar Canals Division, Irrigation and Power Department, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa||The Project relates to the mitigation of effluent and solid waste disposal into the canal system of Peshawar Valley. It covers both the Peshawar and Mardan canal circles for a total of seven major irrigation channels. The consultancy service oversees a baseline evaluation of the problem through surveys and mapping, qualitative and quantitative estimation of the wastes through sampling and engineering interventions to divert the pollutants for treatment and safe disposal. The Project concludes with a feasibility report and PC-I to estimate costs for the interventions recommended across the system, including construction of STPs at various locations.||2017|
|Environmental and Social Due Diligence for LNG Terminal||Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), USA||Meet with the relevant regulators, especially those that are involved with approving the project, giving permits etc. Meet with the affected and nearby communities, solicit first hand views from community members. Review project’s hazard assessment studies in view of the project settings and determine the adequacy of project’s safety measures. Assess the impacts on fishermen and other project affectees, assess the adequacy of project’s compensation plan. Assess impacts on indigenous people, document, if possible presence or absence of indigenous people. Review project site and the nearby areas for any environmental and social issues that the ESIA has not addressed or issues that are not included in the above points.||2017|
|Solid Waste Management Project in Faisalabad, Punjab on Public Private Partnership Modality||IPDF, Urban Unit, Government of Punjab||Review of the relevant information Review of the technical aspects of the existing system Gap analysis Case study of NGO (Gold Green) involved in SWM Time and motion study Design parameters||2017|
|Sindh Basic Urban Services Project||Government of Sindh||Sectoral review, policy and institutional analysis, lessons learned, urban centre selection, detailed poverty assessment, data collection on infrastructure and municipal services delivery. Project planning and design through consultations with stakeholders to reach consensus. Detailed feasibility studies and project design, including project costs, financial and economic analysis, social and resettlement assessment, environmental assessment, capacity building and institutional strengthening and implementation arrangements.||2017|
|Karachi Water Supply Improvement Project (KWSIP)||OCEF / KWSB||Preconstruction stage: Review prev. reports on Hub Treatment Plants and firm-up recommendation; Review preliminary design report on Manghopir Pump Station; Finalise Project. Detailed Design, Geotechnical Investigation, Implementation Programme; Assist Evaluation of Bids. Construction supervision Stage: Provide supervision services; approval of plant design; Provide specialist service; Finalise O&M manual; Supervise operator training programme; Visit to manufacturers. Strengthening KWSB's capabilities commissioning and operation reporting on design completion.||2017|
|Consultancy Services for Design of Civil Works of Water Supply Schemes in Earthquake Effected Areas of AJK and NWFP||UNICEF, Islamabad||Damages to the Civil Works to water supply schemes in all the 5 districts of effected areas were assessed and assessment report was sent to UNICEF. Damaged Civil Structures to be re-constructed or repair/rehabilitated was designed. Market Surveys were carried out of the area to ascertain the market rates of items and labour. The rates of items of constructions were analysed on the market rates. Estimates were prepared for all the works to be done. B.O.Q were prepared for all the works to be done. Tender conditions, agreement and technical specifications were prepared for all the works to be done.||2017|
|Feasibility Study for Construction of two lane Highway from Hyderabad-Khokhrapar||National Highway Authority||Feasibility study and Survey work related to the Hyderabad-Khokhrapar. Proposed alignment of the road. Reconnaissance Survey Geotechnical investigation Topographic Survey Traffic Count Study Proposed Design of Hydraulic and irrigation structures as per site requirements. Draft Feasibility Report Final Feasibility Report||2017|
|Fact Finding & Recommendation Study on Water Supply and Sewerage System in Karachi||Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)||JICA in respond to Pakistan Government’s request to Government of Japan for technical cooperation has decided to undertake Development Study for Karachi Water and Sewerage Master Plan. Towards preparation for a comprehensive study for master planning a preliminary data collection and situation analysis study. Main goal of this Fact Finding Study is to collect and analyse the data and information to improve the present condition of water supply and sewerage service in Karachi. In order to bring those improve the present condition of water and sewerage service in Karachi. In order to bring those improvements, this study analyses existing system including socio-economic, environmental condition and the KWSB’s institutional and financial situation. Special attention to water scarcity and sewerage overflows in slump areas (Katchi Abadis) shall be paid on the humanitarian grounds. Key findings of the study will encompass the plan and strategy of further project activities||2017|
|Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project, Rawalpindi||ADB||Rehabilitation and improvement of rawal lake treatment plant; rehabilitation on conductance main construction of new conductance main rehabilitation of existing tubewells; installation of new tubewells; installation of meters, rehabilitation of priority areas sewerage system, hydrogeological study, Rawalpindi lake catchment study, master plan for sewage and drainage, preparation of development package of next phase.||2017|
|Punjab Private Sector Groundwater Development Project||World Bank||The project cover the impact evaluation of drainage tubewells in Punjab Private Sector Groundwater comprising mainly of Physical aspects, impact on cropping pattern, change in land use, water course improvement, impact of canal lining, sociological aspects on financial viability, small farmers, community participation and economic aspects.||2017|
|PDOHA-Bulk Water Supply Project (New Pumping Main)||DHA, Karachi||The scope of services included the study of various alternatives for protection of existing main, selection of suitable alternative, field investigations, evaluation of existing bulk water supply system, detailed engineering design of the new pipeline, design of inter-connection pipe, preparation of Tender Documents, BoQs, Cost Estimates, recommendation on implementation arrangements, Pre-bid services, contract management and construction supervision||2017|
|Health, Safety & Environmental Audit (HSE) for Oil & Gas Assets in Pakistan||Govt. of Pakistan||Privatization Commission of Pakistan wished to sell working interests in nine (9) Oil & Gas concessions, which were in Badin, Upper Indus and Sindh Province. Orient Petroleum Inc. of USA, a prospective buyer, awarded Contract to Mott MacDonald (UK) to carry out HSE Audit of these sites. Mott MacDonald appointed MM Pakistan to undertake this Audit.||2017|
|Initial Environmental Examination of the White Oil Pipeline of PARCO||PARCO||Baseline study and IEE were conducted for the new white oil pipeline to be laid from Port Qasim, Karachi to Mehmood Kot’s Mid Country Oil Refinery. The pipeline is 813 Km long may pass through sensitive areas.||2017|
|Soil and Groundwater Assessment of Depots/Installations/ Airfields||Shell Pakistan Limited||Soil and Groundwater Assessment of Environmental damage due to oil pollution were made and remedial measures were suggested for Depots / installations / airfields of Shell Pakistan, scattered throughout the country.||2017|
|Hydro-geological Survey for Additional ground-water development at Engro Plan - Daharki, Sindh||Engro chemicals||The project included Survey to develop a site map Design VES Program & supervise execution Design & supervise test boreholes Design new boreholes||1999|
|Sindh Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project||Wor||Provision of technical assistance to strengthen PHED, Sindh through training and the development of a participatory approach to the implementation of rural water supplies.||1999|
|Malir Bulk Water Supply||Govt. of Sindh||Collection of data and information study existing sources. Preparation of feasible independent bulk water supply system for MDA area after investigation various alternate sources e.g. Indus, Hub, Groundwater, Dumlottee Wells and desalination. Environment Impact of suggested alternate, PC-I, Financing Plan.||1999|
|Study for the Integrated Development of North East Swat||Govt. of NWFP||Study to develop a master plan for rural development including roads, irrigation, water supply, agriculture and social facilities.||1998|
|Lower Indus R.B. Irrigation and Drainage Project (RBOD)||Govt. of Sindh||Construction supervision. MMP provided one ARE on RBOD extension for 24 man-months one Senior Engineer on MRV Drain for 30 man-months and one Senior Engineer on Rato Dero for 27 man-months.||1998|
|Impact Evaluation of Second Scarp Transition Project (SSTP), Punjab||World Bank/ Govt. of Punjab||Impact evaluation of the SSTP involving long term monitoring of groundwater levels and salinity and evaluation to determine the effect of tubewell privatisation.||1998|
|Waste Minimization and Cost Effective Treatment - Seminar||British Council - WWF||A 2-day training course conducted on waste minimization and cost effectiveness treatment in Lahore.||1998|
|Environmental Baseline Studies, Kirthar Range, Dadu, Sindh||LASMO||Environmental baseline study of proposed oil and gas exploration and production concession area. Involved surveys of land, water, soil and agricultural resources. Feasibility study.||1998|
|Socio-Economic Study for Korangi Sewerage and Wastewater Management Project||KW&SB, Govt. of Sindh||The field study was conducted to formulate alternative livelihood package for agricultural workers who might be affected by the project. Also, Social survey of Korangi and Landhi townships were conducted to assess the willingness to pay for improved sanitation facilities||1998|
|Preparation of Lahore Solid Waste Management Plan through PSP||Lease Pak (Pvt) Ltd., Lahore||MCL intended to enter into a performance contract with a Private Sector firm for the Lahore Solid Waste Management, including waste collection, street sweeping, drains cleaning, composting and landfilling as well as incineration for a period of 5 years. A comprehensive proposal was prepared for solid waste management of Lahore city including collection and recycling and disposal. Prepared plan for Lahore city for a zonal collection of solid waste management system on daily basis.||1998|
|Parco Mid Country Oil Refinery EIA Project||Stork Engineers and Contractors B.V.||Factual report on applicable law and policies, factual report on available data on environment quality and development within range of 15 Km. Attend to comments by Client, write comprehensive EIA, chapter and survey provide guidance to client's team during its visit to Pakistan, advise SE&C on specific questions.||1997|
|ECF - Post Flood Rehabilitation and Protection Project||European Community||Production of 20 Tax Report Assist PMU of Development projects in Asia which receive assistance from European Commission, aimed at strengthening local ownership of these projects and fostering a democratic transparent and accountable environment.||1997|
|ICI - PTA Plant Water Supply Main - Port Qasim||ICI||Construction Supervision of a 51 Km Water Supply Pipeline at Port Qasim.||1997|
|D.G. Khan Rural Area Development Project||ADB||Rural Area Development: Social aspects; Irrigation Engineering; Watershed Management; Livestock; Rural Roads; Environmental Aspects.||1997|
|Lahore Urban Drainage Construction Supervision Consultancy||WASA, Govt. of Punjab||Construction management, supervision quality control, certification of work. Monthly reporting on overall progress, contractors resources, details of material at site and status of payment.||1997|
|Strengthening of Environmental Management for Water Resources Projects (WAPDA)||ADB/WAPDA||Institutional strengthening of the WAPDA environmental cell. Environmental and GIS training and the development approaches to environmental assessment.||1996|
|Water Loss Reduction||World Bank||Preparation of CAP TAL works programme for distribution system improvement. River institutional strengthening plan.||1996|
|Leak Detection Study||KDA||Evaluated the potential to reduce leakage by developing and active leakage control policy. The main feature was pilot test area on which the economic benefits of different methods of control were assessed. Training was a major component of the project covering all aspects required to develop, establish and maintain a leakage control policy.||1994|
|Environmental Study for Lahore Ring Road, Punjab||World Bank/ LDA||Assessment of the environmental impact of the proposed Lahore Ring Road to deflect external and cross city traffic away from the areas of the city.||1993|
|Pakistan Sectoral Environment Assessment (National Drainage Programme)||World Bank||Nationwide examination of environmental issues (water quality, health, wildlife) related to existing land drainage practice; identification of developments in drainage and corresponding measures to avoid adverse environmental impact. Study and training.||1992|
|Planning, Design and Project Management Consultancy Services for Zarkon Hills Project||Zarkon International (Pvt) Ltd.||
|Management and detailed construction supervision consultancy services for New Star Garments Factory project||
New Star Garments is building a new jeans factory under the name of Taiga Apparel with modern allied facilities where construction works are at a fairly advanced stage. MMP is providing detailed construction supervision and advisory project management consultancy services for all civil, HVAC, mechanical and electrical works to complete this project. We are also in charge of:
|Topographic Survey, Geotechnical Investigation, Detailed Layout Planning and Infrastructure Designing of Al-Falah Cooperative Housing Society, Lahore||
MMP’s Urban & Infrastructure Development sector is proud to render its consultancy services on this project, which involves conducting the following: topographic survey of the site for 663 acres; geotechnical investigations at selected points; inception report; preparation of concept plans, draft layout plan, detailed and final layout plan as well as the demarcation of layout plan at site; engineering services design and the preparation of design drawings for all components; and lastly development of criteria for selection of suitable developers, evaluation of the applications received, and final selection of the developer.
|Additional Consultancy Services for Topographic Survey and Master Planning of District and Tehsil Headquarters in AJK||
The Central Design Office, Planning and Development Department, Government of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, took the initiative of getting the master plans prepared for the district and tehsil headquarter towns through MMP. Currently the topographical surveys and master planning of 6 new district and tehsil headquarter towns, namely Haveli, Athmuqam, Dadyal, Hajeera, Barnala, and Sharda have been awarded. The land in these towns is scarce but a very valuable, non-renewable resource that must be managed with careful planning and long-term vision.
Hence the master planning of these towns at this stage can help in their development into prosperous and beautiful cities. Our services on this assignment include preparing an inception report, conducting topographic surveys, preparing preliminary / draft master plans, and final master plans.
|Topographic Survey, Geotechnical Investigation, Detailed Layout Planning and Infrastructure Designing of Alfalah Cooperative Housing Society (Ltd), Lahore.||Alfalah Cooperative Housing Society (Pvt.) Ltd. Lahore.||Topographic Survey, Geotechnical Investigation, Detailed Layout Planning and Infrastructure Designing of Alfalah Cooperative Housing Society (Ltd), Lahore.||2017|
|Additional Consultancy Services for Topographic Survey and Master Planning of 02 No. District and 04 No. Tehsil Headquarters in AJ&K.||Central Design Office Muzaffarabad||Inception Report Topographic Surveys Preliminary / Draft Master Plans Final Master Plans||2016|
|Need Verification, Architecture and Structure Design, Engineering Estimates and Tender Documents For SERP-II (Hyderabad Region).||PMIU SERP-II Education and Literacy Dept. GoS.||Conduct review certification of all districts’ of Sindh and infrastructure need assessments through field survey of the schools preliminary identified by PMIU / Districts. Develop school specific designs (Architectural, Structural, Electrical & Plumbing) which would be aligned with the Environmental & Social Management Framework (ESMF-II) and others standards followasded by Government of Sindh. Provide all possible technical assistance to Environmental coordinator (EC) for the implementation of ESMF-II agreed with the World Bank. The consultant will provide all necessary technical support and assistance to PMIU in the process of design development, preparation of Taluka wise packages documents / tender packages standard bidding documents and preparation of procurement plans as per agreed timelines. MMP is awarded the consultancy service for Hyderbada regions in Sindh, and the works are expected to commence concurrently. The approximate 250 ± 50 number of schools have been selected from the Client for the current year in Hyderabad region of Sindh for infrastructure improvement and providing them all basic facilities||1970|
|Topographic Survey and Master Planning of District and Tehsil Headquarters in AJK – Phase-I (Hattian, Bhimber and Pallandri)||Central Design Office Muzaffarabad||Inception Report Topographic Survey Preliminary Master Plan with report Draft Master Plan with report Final Master Plan with report||2017|
|New Office Secretariat for Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority (SIDA)||Sindh Irrigation and Drainage Authority (SIDA)||Mott MacDonald and MM Pakistan will provide the following consultancy services: Procurement strategic planning and adaptation. Planning & designing of buildings, structure, mechanical, HVAC, electrical, water supply and drainage works etc. Geotechnical investigations and soil testing Environmental Impact Assessment Preparation of detailed estimates, BOQ of works, technical specifications and contract documents Pre-qualification of contractors, Evaluation of contractors, bid document. Assistance to the Client in the award of construction work.||2014|
|Landuse Classification, Re-Classification and Re-Development Plan for Rawalpindi City||Rawalpindi Development Authority||Phase-1: Preparation of Landuse Classification Map Mobilization, Procurement & Processing of Satellite Imageries Digitization and Parcel Making, Preparation of Digitized Base Map Preparation of Land use Classification and Sub-Classification maps Review of Declared Roads and Commercialization Preparation of Peri-urban Structure Plan, Demarcation of Agriculture Area Preparation of Planning Map Phase-II: Preparation of Land use Re-Classification Scheme Selection and Demarcation of Project Area Surveys and Data Collection Phase-III: Preparation of Redevelopment Plan EIA Transportation Plan Landscape and Street Furniture Plan Utility Services Plan Financial Assessment Plan Land Consolidation Plan||2017|
|3. Feasibility Study, Detailed Engineering Design and Preparation of Tender Documents For Bunji Hydropower Project 4. 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||2017|
|Pakistan Flood Resilience Studies “Technical Assistance to PDMA Incorporating Climate Compatibility Considerations into Reconstruction and Village Development Planning”||CDKN (Climate & Development Knowledge Network) Islamabad||MML and MMP to technically assess (sample basis) the climate compatibility of sample model village designs already available with GoPunjab. PDMA is directly overseeing about 22 model villages (Flood Affected) already under construction. In addition there will be other donors and partners that will develop other model villages and therefore the second main output is to prepare technical guidelines for the government to adopt to ensure climate compatibility of model village designs and implementation to enable climate resilient and low carbon reconstruction in the Punjab.||2017|
|Lender’s Independent Engineer – Aisha Steel Mills||Faysal Bank Limited, Karachi||Faysal Bank Limited, Agent Bank of the Syndicate for Aisha Steel Mills appointed MM Pakistan in association with Mott MacDonald India as Lender’s Independent Engineer to review the project cost, implementation schedule and monitor implementation of project. Review and comment on the following aspects. Revised time frame for implementation of project. Additional capital expenditure needed to complete the project. Capability of the selected technology and supplies to meet the project objective. Working capital requirements. Long term project viability and ability to pay back the lenders. Validate and monitor progress of construction works. Review and comment on test procedures and test reports of performance testing.||2017|
|Consultancy Services For Development of Sunny View Complex Lahore (Phase-I)||Water and Power Development Authority, Lahore||Review of Coceptual Design. Preparation of New Conceptual Design. Preparation of Architectural Design and Drawings. Preparation of PC-1 Performas. Preparation of Design Criteria. Detailed engineering designn of infastructural and builidng works. Preparation of Pre-qualification Documents. Preparation of Tender Documents.||2017|
|Pakistan Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Program (PERRP)||United State Agency for International Development (USAID)||In October 2005, a 7.6 magnitude earthquake hit northern Pakistan, claiming more than 73,000 lives; injuring more than 128,000 people; and leaving millions homeless and without schools, health clinics and shops. For the US Agency for International Development (USAID), CDM in association with MM Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd. is implementing a 5 year, $ 120 million design-build contract to reconstruct schools and health clinics, including hospitals, in the earthquake-affected areas of the Northwest Frontier Province and Azad Jammu Kashmir.||2017|
|Master Plan for Establishment of Arboretum, Range Research Center and Nature Conservation Park||Forest Department, Government of Sindh||There were two sites for the development of parks. One was the Nature Conservation Park, established at Deh Babbar Band, covering an area of about 320 acres rangeland on Super Highway, pertaining to Sindh Forest Department. Other one was in Deh Gaggar, measuring 100 acres on the National Highway, earmarked for establishment of arboretum and research centre.||2017|
|EOBI Hotel and Mixed Development Project Lahore||EOBI, PRIMACO||The 250 rooms hotel and mixed development is being developed on a piece of land admeasuring 13203.67 sq. yards (26.4 Kanals), at Plot – B, Survey No. 131/A-2 situated near Rangers Head Quarter, Lahore. The project will be a mixed-use development, which will contain multiple functions The MMP’s role is as “Pre-Audit Consultants” in this project of very nature. The Pre-Audit Consultant shall perform due diligence and pre-audit on all cost estimates received from various Design Consultants engaged by EOBI through PRIMACO working on their hotel and mixed use development to provide their opinion of the reasonableness of the estimates. The review shall be carried out prior to the bidding stage of each package at different times during the currency of the project.||2017|
|Project Monitoring and Supervision Consultancy Services for Reconstruction of Rural Housing for the Victims of the Earthquake in North West Frontier Province of Pakistan under the IDB Earthquake Assistance Package to Pakistan||Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Jeddah||Review the overall plan for housing reconstruction under the IDB housing project. Based on the project review, suggest ways and means to improve and firm up the project implementation plan. To supervise and monitor the execution of the implementation to meet the project objectives and targets. To prepare and submit monthly progress reports based on the site visits in the field area (Bagh). Compile and submitt quarterly progress reports. Monitor the replenishment of the fund based on duly certified statements and expenditures. To prepare the final project completion report.||2017|
|Engineering Consultancy Services for Packages Master Planning||Packages Limited||M/s Aedas is designing the Master Plan for commercial district at 85 Acres of existing industrial field site located at Walton Road, Lahore owned by Packages Limited. MM Pakistan (Pvt.) Ltd. has offered its Engineering Consultancy Services for Packages Master Planning including different zones based on land-use such as retail, commercial, hospitality and residential etc. The project was divided into the following four phases; 1. Appraisal of Existing Infrastructure 2. Appraisal of Demands on Infrastructure (based on proposed Master Plan) 3. Preparation of Schematic Design of Site Infrastructure and Proposing Implementation Strategy. 4. Preparation of Concept Services Design for Proposed Building Typologies.||2017|
|Design and Construction of Buildings Comprising Academic Blocks and Hostel-Cum-Mess Blocks including External Services of Army Burn Hall College, Abbottabad||Army Burn Hall College, Abbottabad||Army Burn Hall College is a premier educational institution in the beautiful valley of Abbottabad. It has two campuses – one is Army Burn Hall College for Girls and other is Army Burn Hall College for Boys. The Management of Army Burn Hall College have decided to expand its Boys campus to build new academic blocks, hostel-cum-mess blocks including external services and appointed MM Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd as Consultants. Survey and Data Collection Development of Conceptual Planning & Schematic drawings Preparation of Structural Design and Drawings Preparation of Engineer’s Estimates Preparation of Tender Documents/Specifications Tender Documentation / Specifications / Evaluation of Bids Construction Supervision||2017|
|SALU - Detailed Design and Construction Supervision Consultancy Phase III||Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur||The services provided for the architectural as well as engineering design of the new buildings under Phase III development works. The services included: Architectural design and drawings Structural design and drawings Detailed electrical and plumbing work design and drawings Remodelling of existing sewerage system and its expansion including sludge disposal work etc. Planning and landscaping of Herbariam & Botanical garden. Detailed estimates of all the approved works and BoQs Tender Documents based on approved estimates Detailed supervision of construction works through Resident Engineer and ARE Occasional inspection of the construction works by expert.||2017|
|Planning and Detailed Design of KPT Tower Complex||Karachi Port Trust||KPT wants to build a 78-storey tower which will include offices, residential apartments, 5 star hotel, convention center, restaurants, parking structure and recreational facilities at its 5.5 acres plot near Mai Kolachi Road. Aedas Architects Ltd. in association with MM Pakistan and Mott MacDonald Ltd. will provide the following services. Development of Detailed Concept Plan Preparation of Financial Engineering Feasibility and Marketing Plan Detail Planning & Designing of Building for Architecture Structure, Mechanical / HVAC, Electrical Water Supply, Drainage etc. complete. Preparation of Detailed Estimates Preparation of BOQ of Works, Specifications and Contract Documents. Assistance in process of contracting and award of construction work.||2017|
|Reconstruction of Housing for the Victims of the 2005 Earthquake in Pakistan||Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Jeddah||The devastating earthquake which struck northern parts of Pakistan, resulted in destruction of most of the buildings and infrastructure including civil works. As part of its continued support for reconstruction of houses in affected areas of NWFP and AJK, Islamic Development Bank (IDB) engaged MM Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd. for Reconstruction of Houses affected during the earthquake in Bagh AJK. Review the overall plan for housing reconstruction under the IDB housing project. Based on the project review, suggest ways and means to improve and firm up the project implementation plan. To supervise and monitor the execution of the implementation to meet the project objectives and targets. To prepare and submit monthly progress reports based on the site visits in Bagh (AJK). Compile quarterly progress reports along with each disbursement. Monitor the replenishment of the fund based on duly certified statements and expenditures. To prepare the final project completion report.||2017|
|Planning, Design and Project Management Consultancy Services for Zarkon Hills Project||Zarkon International (Pvt) Ltd.||Master Planning of the existing well as well as future site total measuring about 4,000 kanals Design of Infrastructures Conceptual Layout Plans of the site. Detailed Engineering Design and Drawings Typical Houses design , Design of a Country Club Pre Award Services Design Coordination during Project Implementation Construction Supervision Scheme By-Laws and O& M Study.||2017|
|Provincial Landuse Plan of Punjab||Punjab Housing and Town Planning Agency (PHATA)||Data collection, conducting surveys and studies, preparation of report on institutional setup required for implementation of the project. Report on proposed consultancy for various specialized fields, man-months and costing. Reviewing policies, laws and deficiencies. Report on submission of Final PC-II||2017|
|Establishment of HEC Library in I-8/3, Islamabad (A Pilot Project).||Higher Education Commission, GoP, Islamabad||HEC Public Library building is proposed to be located in Sector I-8/3 in Islamabad. This building with basement having a total covered area of about 18655 sqft has been planned to be constructed to revitalize the reading habit of all sections of society especially the youth.||2017|
|Renovation & Furnishing of Existing Buildings and Construction of Training Centre at Khanas Pur (Ayubia)||Higher Education Commission, Islamabad||The Higher Education Commission of Pakistan’s project of renovation and furnishing of existing buildings and construction of training centre at KHANASPUR (Ayubia) is located in Ayubia (KHANASPUR), 20 km away from Murree. The construction of building for training centre having a covered area of 10300 sft is to be built by demolishing the existing club building. In addition to that it is also envisaged to renovate and furnish the existing buildings including Guest Room, Barracks and Family Suites.||2017|
|Planning, Design and Project Management services of “Dream Valley Housing Scheme”||The Canyon Enterprises (Pvt.) Ltd.||The Scope of Work: Survey Preliminary Soil & Geotech Investigation Feasibility Studies Concept, Draft Final Master Plan Pre-Award Services Design Coordination during Project Implementation Construction Supervision Scheme Bye-Laws and O&M Study||2017|
|Planning, Design and Project Management services of “The Partners Housing Scheme”||The Partners||The Scope of Work: Survey Preliminary Soil & Geotech Investigation Feasibility Studies Concept, Draft Final Master Plan Business Plan Pre-Award Services Design Coordination during Project Implementation Construction Supervision Scheme Bye-Laws and O&M Study||2017|
|Review of Master Plan of Islamabad||Capital Development Authority, Islamabad||1. Review of the original Master Plan prepared in 1960. 2. Review of Regional Planning efforts especially of German Experts in 1973. 3. Review of zoning regulation of ICT and various amendments made from time to time. 4. Rural-Urban divide its rationale, review and suggesting most suitable development pattern in an area known as Zone-IV. 5. preparing documentation and illustrating Master Planning and Programme for optional strategy upto 2030. 6. Detailed Action Programme for the period 2005-2010 for housing, water supply, and urbanization in rural areas.||2017|
|PEC Building, Hyderabad||PEC, Hyderabad||The Consultant’s services included: Site visits and discussions with Client in finalization of various options for layout, as the plot is located at the junction of two roads. Sizing of various rooms, waiting area, conference, parking space etc. (i.e. planning). Development of various architectural options for Client’s consideration Architectural design of the approved option and Structural designing of the building. Preparation of Tender Drawings. Design of electrification, plumbing, water disposal and boundary wall etc. Preparation of BoQ, Specifications and Engineer’s Estimate and Tender Documents for the Construction of the Building.||2017|
|Mayo Garden Redevelopment Project-Cost Consultancy||M/S STARNERGY SND BHD Malayisa||Outline design of various options of water supply and sewerage network. Preliminary design of electrical and telephone works. Traffic analysis of adjoining roads. Outline design of drainage works. Cost estimates of road works, water supply works, sewerage and drainage works, sewerage treatment plant, electrical & telephone works and land scaping. Specifications for infrastructure and services||2002|
|Master Planning of Ayub Garden Housing Scheme 200 plots||Ayub Enterprise||Services included master planning and housing scheme, conceptual plans of dwelling units and associated services. The master planning of housing scheme consists of about 150 residential plots of different sizes, roads, streets, open spaces, public buildings sites, commercial and othr uses.||2017|
|Development of Master Plan for the new campus of Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur||Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur||Services included topographic survey of the campus, planning, architectural design and related geotechnical investigations for the extension buildings||2017|
|Construction of WASA Head Quarter Office Building, Rawalpindi||Rawalpindi Development Authority||WASA Head Quarter Building, build to cater for offices of WASA Staff is a four-storey building on an area of 806.32 Sq. Meter. MM Pakistan engaged to design architecture of the building fulfilling all the functional requirements and to enhance the skyline of the area. It is humans scaled building. A modernistic architectural idiom is blended carefully. The building has inviting entrance and illuminated with natural light. It has proper places for services area and utilities of office complex. The WASA Headquarter is a true office complex, which fulfill all requirements of International Standard Building. Structure design of building was performed using latest computer techniques and the building was designed as fare structure. Such structure of the building posed problems as geotechnical investigation showed weaker soil strata. Raft foundation was, therefore, proposed.||1999|
|Pearl Continental, Lahore (Extension)||Tourism Promotion Services (Pakistan) Ltd.||Design review and construction supervision of all building works and related services.||1997|
|Project Management Convention Centre||Govt. of Pakistan||Review the design of Convention centre and certify its adequacy and technical soundness in respect of Structures, HVAC and MEP services. Monitor and carry out complete supervision of construction work. Certification of structural stability and soundness and International Standard. Review and monitor project construction schedules/bar-charts/graphs of all activities and their inter-relationship to ensure timely completion of project. Interpretation of provisions of agreement to meet above requirements. Maintain daily log of progress, meetings and conferences. Certification of contractors invoices.||1997|
|Community Health Sciences and Juma (Research) Buildings and Sports Centre Projects of Aga Khan University Centre||Agha Khan Hospital and Medical College Foundation||Preparation of BOQs and Cost Estimates of the sports centre during the conception, schematic design, design development and construction documentation stages.||1997|
|Project Monitoring Master Plan of TTP||Govt. of Pakistan||To upgrade policy making and its implementation, improvement of instructional material and libraries, training master trainers and to provide in-service Teachers’ Training. Also, staff development of 4500 service staff of institutions involved in the project.||1997|
|Serena Lodge Hotels, Islamabad||Tourism Promotion Services (Pakistan) Ltd.||Supervision of geotechnical investigation and review of structural design of the hotel main building and affiliated services.||1995|
|Urban Infrastructure Assessment Study, NWFP||ADB||Assessment of urban infrastructure needs and preparation of feasibility studies for selected secondary studies in NWFP and preparation of recommendations for a provincial urban investment program.||1993|
|Kadanwari Field Development Studies, Sukkur, Sindh||LASMO||Geotechnical investigation for a new gas gathering, processing, treatment facilities at Kadanwari in the Sindh Province. Investigations included comprehensive geotechnical surveys.||1993|
|Ilm Ideas – Phase 2: Pakistan Education Innovation Fund (PEIF)||
In collaboration with Cambridge Education, MMP is implementing Phase-2 of this £20 million DFID-funded assignment, spread over a period of 4 years. The project aims to introduce creative thinking in the education sector; seeking to cultivate innovation in collaboration with experts from the government, business and IT sectors, with the express purpose of providing sustainable, innovative and cost-effective solutions in Pakistan’s education sector.
|Waseela-e-Taleem Programme (WeT)||
MMP is proud to be the implementing partner for the WeT programme, an offshoot of the BISP, where the aim is to provide conditional cash assistance to the eligible children of BISP’s Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) scheme’s selected beneficiary families. The scope of work includes conducting micro supply capacity assessment of the participating public and private school facilities, social mobilisation of BISP beneficiaries, registration, enrolment and admission verification of children, and their attendance compliance monitoring. Apart from Punjab, MMP is implementing this programme in all regions of Pakistan.
|Consultancy Services for Third Party Monitoring of FATA’s Temporarily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project (TDP-ERP)||
To support the early recovery of approximately 350,000 families displaced by the military operation in five FATA agencies, the World Bank has provided support to the Government of Pakistan through the FATA TDP-ERP. To address the access and security challenges and strengthen the programme oversight, the World Bank engaged MMP for third party monitoring to support its activities in FATA. Our project team’s tasks have included periodically monitoring selected project activities and inputs/outputs in five agencies of FATA. These tasks include:
|Technical Resource Facility Plus (TRF+)||
In collaboration with Mott MacDonald Group, MMP is providing key specialists to work with the provincial governments in setting targets and building capacity for improved reproductive and maternal health and nutrition outcomes, and at the same time strengthen financial management.
|PHNP Technical Cooperation & Roadmap (TRF+)||Department for International Development (DFID)||DFID has developed TRF+ to focus on demand creation and capacity development to revitalise health and provide technical support for the public sector to enhance health sector capacity so that it can deliver high quality health outcomes and effective policies related to RMNCH and nutrition. The main objectives of the project are: • To support the Governments of Punjab and KP provinces by providing high quality technical assistance for evidence-based and effective policies, practices and reforms and their implementation; • Developing Health Reform Roadmaps in the two provinces for delivery of priority health sector results through policy and service improvements, and establishing mechanism to monitor implementation of the roadmaps; • Strengthening capacity in performance, financial and human-resource management, as well as using existing health information system (DHIS) and external third party validation mechanisms to monitor quality of services; and • Building resilience in government programmes and ability to respond effectively during conflict and natural disasters.||2018|
|Spot Checks and Beneficiary Feedback National Cash Transfer Program||Department for International Development (DFID)||MM Pakistan was responsible for all field operations including: Household survey of the beneficiary to get their feedback regarding the mechanism Conducting Focus Group Discussions and Community Dialogues with the beneficiaries, non-beneficiaries, minorities focusing on socially excluded groups Spot checks of Payment places Spot checks of the institutions established to support the mechanism Mystery shopping Case studies The expertise provided include: Monitoring and Evaluation Household surveys using digitalized form and Tablets Analyses of qualitative and quantitative data Spot Checks Mystery shopping Institutional assessment Training and Development Security and Duty of Care||2017|
|Management Organisation to Support Implementation of the KP Education Sector Programme||Adam Smith International||DFID has allocated £ 203.5 million to support implementation of the KP Education Sector Plan (2011/12-2015/16). The Education Sector Plan (ESP) describes the KP Government’s comprehensive and ambitious strategy for the development of the elementary and secondary school sector in the province. The KP Education Sector Plan aims to increase the number of girls and boys enrolling in and successfully completing quality primary and secondary education. It aims to achieve this through ten main priorities: (i) improved and more equitable access to education; (ii) improving the quality of learning in schools; (iii) improving the curriculum, textbooks and learning materials; (iv) development of human resources; (v) improved infrastructure (e.g. school rehabilitation); (vi) rehabilitation of education in crisis situations; (vii) adult literacy and non-formal education; (viii) improved governance and management; (ix) partnerships and community involvement, and (x) partnerships with private schools through the KP elementary education foundation. The ESP was developed in consultation with development partners and aims to coordinate interventions in the sector. Other development partners are also supporting the plan either a pooled funding arrangement with DFID or parallel funding to GoKP.||2015|
|Technical Resource Facility||Department of International Development||This project will procure and manage technical assistance on behalf of the Federal and Provincial Governments of Pakistan. The initial proposal was to support Pakistan’s National Maternal, Child and Newborn Health Programme, but this has now been considerably extended to support the health sector more widely. The larger programme is jointly funded by DFID and AusAID. HLSP is responsible for delivery of the programme, with US firm JSI providing Monitoring and Evaluation inputs and Pakistan procurement specialists Semiotics contributing to the sourcing of local short term consultants.||2017|
|Pakistan Voice and Accountability||DAI||Provide services on behalf of CEC (UK) to the Punjab. Select suitable staff and monitor their performance. Provide logistic support including project office management. QES of output by local (MMP) staff. Security plan preparation & monitoring. QES, risk assessment & management for the assignment.||2017|
|Package D: Improving Quality, Access and Governance in Education, Punjab, Pakistan||PMIU-PESRP, School Education Department, Government of Punjab, Lahore||Working with the government institutions: Programme Monitoring Implementation Unit/School Education Department, Department of Staff Development, Punjab Education Council, Punjab Education Assessment System; and donors (GIZ, UNICEF, WB and DFID) we are providing a diverse range of technical services to i) enhance fiscal sustainability and the effectiveness of public expenditures including education, ii) enhance the quality of school education; improve and expand access through improvements in school participation and completion rates and reduction n gender and regional disparities, and iv) strengthen school management and governance within the sector. In addition, CE in association with MMP is providing technical assistance to inform the development of key programmes for the next phase of reform. A series of impact evaluations will be implemented in order to inform SED on a range of program activities – these will include Whole School Approach, School Council Capacity building pilot program and Performance-based incentive program for teachers.||2017|
|Skills Design Program||Project funded PDSP Program (Government of Punjab)||To provide complete assistance / support / coordination in Pakistan starting from Logistic arrangements Meetings with the local stakeholders i.e. Government, Private Sector, Semi Government & NGO’s. Feedback on the local initiatives & working Research for the relevant data Total back-up for technical and administrative assistance - Review of the existing initiatives in the sector||2017|
|Technical Assistance Management Agency (TAMA) for Punjab Devolved Social Services Programme (PDSSP)||ADB||The overall objective is to establish and operate a Technical Assistance Management Agency, located in or close to the Programme Support Unit (PSU) to identify, procure and manage TA inputs and facilitate progress in the PDSSP in three key sectors: Health, Education and Water& Sanitation. TAMA plays a key role in attaining the objectives of the Punjab Devolved Social Services Programme. (PDSSP). The focus of work is at Provincial and District Government – supporting policy development and capacity building for improved service delivery.||2017|
|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||2017|
|Punjab Middle Schooling Project||ODA||Teacher training, head teacher training, testing and assessment, supplementary readers, social development, benefit monitoring and evaluation, material development.||1999|
|Pakistan Teachers Training Project||ADB||Review present structure, suggest management capability, conduct feasibility study on alternate curricula, assist in formulating work plans, schedule define subject criteria for pilot GCET, help prepare manuals, undertake field visits etc., management development, distance education and material development education technology development, research, education economics, non-formal education.||1999|
|Teachers Training Project - Overseas Fellowship Programme||IDP Education, Australia / ADB||To maintain constant liaison with the participants, IDP and Ministry of Education, obtain nominations from MoE, arrange for processing of visas and health certificates of 100 trainess to be sent for training outside Pakistan under this project, organise international travel and conduct pre-departure briefings for the trainees.||1999|
|Linkage of Teacher Training with the Retention Rate of Students of Primary Level||ADB||Development of Instruments, field personnel training, try out, improvement and revision, survey, draft report, final report.||1997|
|A Study of Relationship of Mathematics Curriculum Among Various Levels||ADB/Govt. of Sindh||To study the relationship of maths curriculum among various levels. Instruments will be developed, pre-testing be done, field surveys be conducted data collected, analysed and report prepared.||1997|
|Advisory Consultancy Serves for River Training Works 1997||Govt. of Punjab||To provide advisory services and attend meetings on river protection schemes by Mr. Abdul Shakoor.||1997|
|Project Implementation Plan for Northern Education Project||Govt. of AJK||Preparation of Project Implementation Plan for Northern Education Project.||1996|
|Current Status of Directorate of Primary Education NWFP||ODA/British Council||Study of current status of Primary Education in NWFP and preparation of report for British Council||1996|