The National Trade Corridor Highway Investment Program (NTCHIP) aims to assist the Government of Pakistan in the implementation of its flagship initiative approved by the Government in 2005. The objective of NTCHIP is to develop and improve road connectivity along the main north-south national highway corridor that will support the national trade corridor (NTC). Road sector efficiencies will be linked to policy reforms and action as identified and endorsed by the Government's reform agenda on NTC.
The Project will construct a four-lane highway from Faisalabad to Gojra (Section 1 of the Faisalabad-Khanewal Highway), including full-depth asphalt pavement, bridges, flyovers, underpasses, and interchanges.
Consulting services for construction supervision of the National Trade Corridor Highway are required to assist the National Highway Authority (NHA) in implementing the proposed improvements and construction.
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Consulting NoticesSee also: CMS
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