With the additional financing, the project will strengthen urban governance and improve urban infrastructure and service delivery in 35 pourashavas (municipalities) in Bangladesh. Building upon the successful implementation of earlier phases, the project will provide investment funds to pourashavas based on their governance performance. The project will develop towns with high growth potential in an integrated and holistic way both in terms of governance and infrastructure with an aim at making them model towns of the country. In addition to the focused interventions to these towns, the project will roll out application of governance performance criteria linked with fund allocation to all class-A pourashavas, in the country.
|Project Name||Third Urban Governance and Infrastructure Improvement (Sector) Project - Additional Financing|
|Project Type / Modality of Assistance||Loan
|Source of Funding / Amount||
|Strategic Agendas||Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
|Drivers of Change||Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
|Sector / Subsector||
Water and other urban infrastructure and services / Water and other urban infrastructure and services
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming||Gender equity|
|Description||With the additional financing, the project will strengthen urban governance and improve urban infrastructure and service delivery in 35 pourashavas (municipalities) in Bangladesh. Building upon the successful implementation of earlier phases, the project will provide investment funds to pourashavas based on their governance performance. The project will develop towns with high growth potential in an integrated and holistic way both in terms of governance and infrastructure with an aim at making them model towns of the country. In addition to the focused interventions to these towns, the project will roll out application of governance performance criteria linked with fund allocation to all class-A pourashavas, in the country.|
|Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy||
Rapid urbanization is widening the deficit in infrastructure and services. While the challenges of rapid urbanization in Bangladesh are well known and documented, they are even more acute in pourashavas. Addressing the dual challenge of infrastructure requirement and municipal governance, improvement is essential to strengthen urban climate change resilience and reduce regional disparities across the country.
Urban infrastructure. Pourashavas are struggling to provide basic services including drinking water supply, sanitation, roads, drainage, solid waste management, and other urban amenities such as kitchen markets, street lights, and bus terminals. Although improvements have been made through earlier projects, including the first and second Urban Governance and Infrastructure Improvement (Sector) Projects (UGIIP), pourashavas still need significant investment support to improve municipal infrastructure and service delivery.
Urban governance. Pourashavas were characterized by inadequate governance, capacity constraints, lack of community participation in the planning, implementation, and management of projects and programs. With limited but effective incentives for pourashavas to improve their governance, the first UGIIP funded by ADB, introduced a performance-based fund allocation strategy through the urban governance improvement action plan (UGIAP) ensuring motivation for continued governance reforms while creating tangible development impacts in an integrated manner. With the UGIAP introduction pourashavas supported under UGIIP improved their governance in such areas as accountability and transparency, promotion of gender equity, poverty reduction, and financial management and sustainability.
Model town development. In the government's Seventh Five-Year Plan (2016-2020) urban development is a national priority to reduce urban poverty and improve living conditions through better city governance and service improvement. In line with this policy direction, UGIIP-3 supports strengthening of urban governance and improvement of urban infrastructure and service delivery in pourashavas (municipalities) in Bangladesh by providing investment support to pourashavas with high potential growth based on their governance performance. The additional financing will expand the well-performing UGIIP-3 and invest in (i) additional priority infrastructure and governance improvement for pourashavas under the current project, and (ii) infrastructure and governance improvement in five new pre-selected pourashavas. Performance-based fund allocation for all class-A pourashavas in the country, where class-B and -C pourashavas can voluntarily participate, will continued to be rolled-out under the additional financing.
Strengthening urban climate resilience. Climate change is a critical development issue for Bangladesh. Major climate risks for pourashavas include increase in temperature, intensity and frequency of rainfalls and wind loads, storm surges and riverine flooding. Rising sea levels may impact pourashavas in coastal zones and also intrude relatively far inland increasing the salinization of both groundwater and surface water. Pourashavas will need to enhance their institutional abilities to sustain operation and maintenance of infrastructure and services, specifically increasing the resilience of the poor and vulnerable people struggling to cope with even heavy rainfall, let alone the increasing extreme weather events.
The project is fully consistent with ADB's (i) urban operational addressing inclusiveness, environmental sustainability, and competitiveness, and (ii) Bangladesh country partnership strategy (CPS) which prioritizes inclusive and environmental sustainable growth, governance improvement, and climate and disaster resilient infrastructure and services.
|Impact||Improved living environment in project towns|
|Description of Outcome||Improved municipal service delivery and urban governance in project towns|
|Progress Toward Outcome||Urban master plans developed through gender-inclusive processes. Women and Children Affairs (WCA) and Poverty Reduction Slum Improvement (PRSI) standing committees operational in 36 towns. Annual O&M plan approved and own budget allocated for implementation in 36 towns. Computerized tax records and billing system made functional in 36 towns.|
|Description of Project Outputs||
Municipal infrastructure improved and made gender and climate responsive
Improved capacity of pourashavas in urban service delivery, planning, and financial management
|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)||
1,467.39 kilometers of road works have been awarded for improvement or rehabilitation. Among them, 1,086.00 kilometers of roads have already been improved or rehabilitated.
Contracts have been awarded for construction or improvement of 511.91 kilometers of drains . Among them, 379.00 kilometers of drains have been already built/ improved.
Contract awarded for 14 WS subprojects, and construction started in 13 PSs. 80.00 kilometers Pipe lines already installed and installation of water supply meter is in progress.
Slum improvement subprojects has been assessed in 32 PSs and Community Participation Procurement (CPP) documents with design completed in 14 PSs. Among them, contract signed with SIC 4 PS and 10 CPP documents for 10 PSs are waiting for approval of contract with SIC.
Solid Waste Management (SWM) and Fecal Sludge Management (FSM) subprojects were planned in all 35 PSs . Among them, field assessment completed in 21 PSs, detailed design completed in 19 PSs, contracts awarded for 14 sub-project and 4 subproject in tendering & evaluation stage. Construction works have already started in 7PSs.
FSM facilities are combined with SWM packages.
Climate issues considered in designing 80% of subprojects and incorporated as per need.
CO2 emission will be assessed at the completion of the project.
Achieved in 36 towns by 2017
Urban master plans developed through gender-inclusive processes.
WCA and PRSI standing committees operational in 36 towns.
PDP in 36, GAP in 36 and PRAP in 36 towns are approved.
Annual O&M plan approved, and own budget allocated for implementation in 36 towns.
Computerized tax records and billing system made functional in 36 towns.
20 pourashavas under Window B were selected for subproject funding by LGD by 2017.
|Geographical Location||Coxs Bazar, Faridpur, Gopalganj, Kushtia, Mymensingh Division|
|Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects|
|Environmental Aspects||The project is classified as category B for environmental safeguards. For additional financing five draft initial environmental examinations were prepared for representative infrastructure investments including water supply, solid waste management, markets, roads, and drainage in accordance with ADBs Safeguard Policy Statement (SPS, 2009) and government laws. Subprojects are located outside sensitive and protected areas, and any construction impacts will be mitigated through implementation of environmental management plans included in contract documents. Significant environmental impacts are not foreseen in future subprojects, which will be guided by environmental subproject selection criteria outlined in the Environmental Assessment and Review Framework, and monitored as part of the semiannual safeguards monitoring report. Environmental safeguard implementation capacity of the executing agencies is sufficient from on-going and past UGIIP projects, and will be supported by consultants for carrying out environmental-related tasks. Environmental Assessment and Review Framework was prepared to provide guidance for other subprojects. So far, 3 Initial Environmental Examination Reports (IEE) for Road & Drainage sub-projects are approved and disclosed by ADB. 2 IEEs for Road & Drainage sub-projects are in progress, and 1 IEE for Municipal Facilities (Super Market) has been submitted to ADB for review.|
|Involuntary Resettlement||The project is categorized as B for involuntary resettlement. For additional financing no permanent involuntary land acquisition or physical displacement is identified from two sample pourashavas. During loan processing, it was envisaged that 4 acres of land from 5 land owners will be obtained through negotiated settlement. During implementation it was revealed that in Mymensingh Pourashava, land acquisition is not required for road and drain reconstruction/construction but land acquisition is under process for Solid Waste Management plan in this Pourashava. The existing solid waste management area of Mymensingh Pourashava is about 4 acres and this to be extended and for this purpose acquisition of public land of 6 acres is under process. The Gopalganj Pourashava submitted the proposal to the district commissioner to acquire 4.50 Acres of land from the land owner of Kuadanga and Karargatimouza to build a new bus terminal, 6.00 acres for Children Park at Tegharia and 7.50 acres for solid waste management dumping center at Manikdha, Latifpur mouza.These are under processing. In Cox 's Bazar Pourashava, the existing solid waste management area is about 2.03 acres and to be extended and for this purpose acquisition of public land of 4 acres is under process. In Kushtia and Faridpur Pourashavas, there is no proposed solid waste management plan and no land requisition would be required for road, drain and sanitation sub projects. Temporary impacts by the sample road and drainage subprojects in terms of losing access to government lands for economic activities or residence are envisaged for total 53 affected shop owners and/or households. Two draft resettlement plans were prepared in consultation with the affected people to mitigate the impacts. The draft resettlement plans will be updated and finalized during detailed engineering design of subprojects. A due diligence report was prepared for a sample solid waste subproject confirming absence of involuntary resettlement and indigenous peoples impacts. Resettlement framework was prepared to provide guidance for other subprojects or in the event of unidentified involuntary resettlement impacts during project implementation period.|
|Indigenous Peoples||The project is categorized as C for Indigenous People impacts. No impacts on indigenous people's communities were identified in the sample pourashavas to be included under additional financing. The beneficiaries' population of the sample pourshavas is completely urban. The Indigenous People Planning Framework is updated to include the additional towns. The framework is to provide guidance in mitigating the IP impacts and prepare the required document as stipulated in ADB SPS, 2009, SR3.|
|Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation|
|During Project Design||Through the participation of the poor and women in pourashavas decision-making forums, such as the town-level coordination committee (TLCC), ward-level coordination committee (WLCC), Poverty Reduction and Slum Improvement Standing Committee (PR&SI), Women and Children (W&C) Affairs Standing Committee, the project will open a critical window of opportunities for the poor and women to raise their voices. Through a provision of project fund to slum improvement (SI) activities, footpaths, streetlights, toilets, tube wells, and dustbins will be supported and directly benefit the poor and women in the project area. Women friendly infrastructure will promote greater mobility for women. Project generated infrastructure work including construction will benefit the poor and vulnerable by providing short-term employment opportunities. Improved municipal services, e.g., health service, immunization activities, and water supply, will benefit poor and women.|
|During Project Implementation||Pourashavas are the implementing units of the project and TLCC is a consultative forum of pourashava decision-making. Adequate participation of civil society in project implementation will be ensured through TLCCs, WLCCs and inclusion in other committees. Focus Group Discussions and courtyard meetings will be conducted as part of awareness.|
Quality-and cost based selection 3,636 person-months $6.80 million
Individual consultant selection 510 person-months $2.0 0million
International competitive bidding, 7 contracts, $2.2 million
National competitive bidding, 220 contracts, $189.0 million
Shopping, 2 contracts, $0.04 million
|Responsible ADB Officer||Md. Shahidul Alam|
|Responsible ADB Department||South Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Division||Bangladesh Resident Mission|
Department of Public Health Engineering
DPHE Bhaban, 14 Shaheed Captain Mansur
Ali Sarani, Kakrail
Dhaka, Bangladesh Local Government Engineering Department
LGED Bhaban (Level 6), Agargaon
Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh
|Fact Finding||16 Oct 2016 to 27 Oct 2016|
|MRM||26 Apr 2017|
|Approval||08 Aug 2017|
|Last Review Mission||-|
|Last PDS Update||26 Mar 2019|
|Approval||Signing Date||Effectivity Date||Closing|
|08 Aug 2017||19 Sep 2017||25 Oct 2017||31 Dec 2021||-||-|
|Financing Plan||Loan Utilization|
|Total (Amount in US$ million)||Date||ADB||Others||Net Percentage|
|Project Cost||168.10||Cumulative Contract Awards|
|ADB||100.00||08 Aug 2017||51.39||0.00||51%|
|Cofinancing||0.00||08 Aug 2017||32.04||0.00||32%|
|Approval||Signing Date||Effectivity Date||Closing|
|08 Aug 2017||19 Sep 2017||25 Oct 2017||31 Dec 2021||-||-|
|Financing Plan||Loan Utilization|
|Total (Amount in US$ million)||Date||ADB||Others||Net Percentage|
|Project Cost||100.00||Cumulative Contract Awards|
|ADB||100.00||08 Aug 2017||53.89||0.00||54%|
|Cofinancing||0.00||08 Aug 2017||40.18||0.00||40%|
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ADB Loans to Boost Urban Governance, Infrastructure in BangladeshADB's Board of Directors has approved a loan package totaling $200 million to strengthen urban infrastructure, service delivery, and governance in Bangladesh’s pourashavas (municipalities).
|Contract Title||Approval Number||Contract Date||Contractor||Contractor Address||Executing Agency||Contract Description||Total Contract Amount (US$)||Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)|
|INSTALLATION OF 15 NOS. PRODUCTION TUBE-WELLS, 24, 000 M PIPE LINE, SUPPLY & INSTALLATION OF 2,500 NO S. DOMESTIC WATER METERS FOR METERING||Loan 3550||02 Jul 2019||ABM WATER COMPANY||LALDIGIRPAR, SADAR, SYLHET BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,792,938.29||1,435,964.55|
|CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF 7 NOS PRODUCTION TUBE-WELLS WITH PUMP HOUSE &REHABILITATION OF 2 S ETS EXISTING AIRP ,INSTALLATION OF 33,000M DISTRI||Loan 3551||28 May 2019||ABM WATER COMPANY||LALDIGHIRPAR, SADAR, SYLHET BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||3,181,936.91||2,540,122.88|
|IMPROVEMENT OF 12117.00M ROAD AT 26 DIFFERENT LO CATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION OF 250 M RCC DRAIN IN HAB IGANJ||Loan 3551||28 May 2019||UNITED COMMERCIAL CENTRE LIMITED||24/B/1, BHARAMMON CHIRON BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,800,307.65||1,437,175.78|
|CONSTRUCTION OF 15847M ROAD IN 26LOCATION & CONSTR UCTION OF 8594M DRAIN IN 14 LOCATIONS UNDER MYMENS HINGH CITY CORPORATION||Loan 3550||16 May 2019||UDC CONSTRUCTION LTD.||109/A, ROOM2, MONIPURPARA, DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||3,136,191.92||2,505,090.63|
|CONSTRUCTION/REHABILITATION OF 17037 M ROAD IN 44 LOCATIONS & CONSTRUCTION OF 8594M DRAIN IN 26 LOCA TIONS UNDER MYMENSINGH||Loan 3550||16 May 2019||UDC-MRC JV||07 AUTUL CHAKRABORTY ROAD MYMENSINGH BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||2,937,646.63||2,348,447.30|
|CNOS.RUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF 3 NOS. PRODUCTION TUBE-WELLS WITH PUMP HOUSE, INSTALLATION OF 18,00 0M DISTRIBUTION PIPELINE (DISTRBUTION = 160MM DI||Loan 3551||16 May 2019||MEGHNA AND RINA JV||904, BATAKHALI, WARD NO. 06, LAKSHAM POU RASHAVA, CUMILLA. BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,042,714.44||832,887.23|
|CONSTRUCTION OF 3600M RCC DRAINAGE SYSTEM FROM MOR A GORAI TO TRIMOHONI MOHR ALONG RIGHT SIDE CH.000- 3600 M UNDER KUSHTIA POURASHAVA.||Loan 3550||24 Mar 2019||UDC CONSTRUCTION LTD.||109/A,FLAT-501,ROOM-2,MONIPURIPARA,TEJGA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,461,616.26||1,168,987.28|
|CONSTRUCTION OF MUNICIPAL MARKET TWO STORIED BUILD ING WITH (FIVE STORIED FOUNDATION) AT KISHOREGANJ||Loan 3551||24 Mar 2019||MM & DCL JV||37/1,D/1,ULON ROAD,WEST RAMPURA,DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,586,138.12||1,268,578.72|
|CONSTRUCTION OF 01 NO. SANITARY LANDFILL (52006 SQ M), 3 NOS. TRANSFER STATION, 6 NOS. PUBLIC TOILET & 1 NO.||Loan 3551||10 Mar 2019||QC-SB (JV)||ARAMBAG,KHAGRACHARI MUNICIPALITY, BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,040,282.36||829,330.87|
|CONSTRUCTION OF MUNICIPAL MARKET 3-STORIED BUILDIN G WITH 5-STORIED FOUNDATION AT MOULAVIBAZAR||Loan 3551||13 Dec 2018||LA JOWNES INTERNATIONAL||85 TEJKUNIPARA, TEJGAON, DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,202,243.83||962,674.71|
|VERTICAL EXTENSION OF 1ST FLOOR( SUPER MARKET),2ND AND 3RD FLOOR (MODERN AUDITORIUM) OF SHAHID SATU COMPLEX AT CHAPAINAWABGANJ POURASHAVA.||Loan 3551||08 Oct 2018||LITON TRADERS & SELIM REZA JV.||44/1KOLLYANPUR,NOYAGOLAHAT,CHAPAINAWABGA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,085,153.00||869,419.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF FARIDPUR MUNICIPAL MARKET (3-STORI ED BUILDING INCLUDING SEMI-BASEMENT WITH 10-STORIE D FOUNDATION) AT FARIDPUR POURASHAVA.||Loan 3550||11 Sep 2018||RCL-MJS-SB (JV)||PURBO KHABASPUR, FARIDPUR SADAR,FARIDPUR BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||2,170,831.00||1,736,180.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF 2670M RCC DRAINAGE SYSTEM FROM MAZ AMPUR BUS STAND TO CHOURHASH GK CANEL CH.0 00-2 67 0M UNDER KUSHTIA POURASHAVA||Loan 3550||11 Sep 2018||AHS-AC (JV)||19 SHILPAKALA SUPER MARKET, KUSHTIA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,164,195.00||931,224.00|
|IMPROVEMENT OF 3350M ROADS UNDER 3 SCHEMES R-10 R -13 & R-18 AND DEVELOPMENT OF 3490M DRAINAGE INTE RVENTIONS UNDER 5 SCHEMES D-5 D-9 D-19 D-23 & D-37||Loan 3550||11 Sep 2018||M/S AZAM CONSTRUCTION||51/1 ALIPUR, FARIDPUR, BANGLADESH BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,160,004.00||927,744.00|
|IMPROVEMENT OF 2842M ROADS UNDER 5 SCHEMES R-57 R- 60 R-62 R-63 & R-64 AND DEVELOPMENT OF 3442M DRAIN AGE INTERVENTIONS||Loan 3550||11 Sep 2018||MD BILLAL HOSSAIN JV||HARUKANDI, FARIDPUR, BANGLADESH BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,066,726.00||853,143.00|
|DEVELOPMENT OF 4345M DRAINAGE INTERVENTIONS IN 6 SCHEMES (D-6, D-7, D-8, D-12, D-21 & D-26) IN DIFF ERENT LOCATIONS UNDER FARIDPUR POURASHAVA||Loan 3550||11 Sep 2018||MD. NAZRUL ISLAM-MAJ JV||JHILTULI,FARIDPUR SADAR,BANGLADESH BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,058,773.00||846,782.00|
|IMPROVEMENT OF 10014M ROADS UNDER 15 SCHEMES R-39 R-40 R-41 R-42 R-43 R-44 R-45 R-46 R-47 R-48 R-49 R-50 R-52 R-56 & R-59IN DIFFERENT LOCATIONS||Loan 3550||11 Sep 2018||AC-SB-MJS(JV)||BRAMMANKANDA, FARIDPUR SADAR, FARIDPUR BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,051,678.00||841,107.00|
|DEVELOPMENT OF 4255M DRAINAGE INTERVENTIONS IN 3 S CHEMES D-3 D-10 & D-11 IN DIFFERENT LOCATION UNDER FARIDPUR POURASHAVA.||Loan 3550||11 Sep 2018||MD BILLAL HOSSAIN JV||HARUKANDI, FARIDPUR, BANGLADESH BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,051,295.00||840,802.00|
|CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF 5 NOS PRODUCTION TUBE-WELLS WITH PUMP HOUSE & REHABILITATION OF EXI STING 4 NOS PTW /30200M DISTRIBUTION PIPELINE||Loan 3551||26 Aug 2018||M/S. MT & SS CONSORTIUM||269,MIA PARA KABAR STHAN ROAD, GOPALGONJ BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,272,271.00||1,022,709.00|
|IMPROVEMENT/CONSTRUCTION OF 1470 M ROADS AND1180 M RCC DRAINS IN 12 DIFFERENT PLACES OF BANDARBAN P OURASHAVA IN BANDARBAN DISTRICT.||Loan 3551||21 Jun 2018||MOHAMMAD EUNUS & BROTHERS (PVT) LTD.||67, PANCHLAISH, CHITTAGONG,BANGLADESH BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,169,174.00||943,211.00|
|IMPROVEMENT OF 2,508M ROAD & DEVELOPMENT 8,615M DR AINAGE NETWORK IN DIFFERENT LOCATION UNDER MYMENSINGH POURASHAVA.||Loan 3550||21 May 2018||KAMAL ASSOCIATES & M/S. RUMI CONSTRUCTION JV||AKUA MORAL PARA, MYMENSHING BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,358,272.00||1,077,447.00|
|IMPROVEMENT OF 600M ROADS UNDER 1 SCHEME R-3 AND D EVELOPMENT OF 4885M DRAINAGE ENTERVENTION UNDER 1 SCHEME D-2 IN DIFFERENT LOCATIONS||Loan 3550||07 Mar 2018||PMPL-KSA JOINT VENTURE||ROOM NO-504, 199 SHAHID NAZRUL ISLAM SHA RANI,BIJOY NAGAR, DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,744,158.00||1,744,208.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF 2,675M RCC DRAINS ; FOOT PATH & 2- VENT BOX-CULVERT IN 3 LOCATIONS UNDER COX'S BAZAR POURASHAVA||Loan 3550||12 Feb 2018||M/S HASSAN BUILDERS||MONIHAR, NIKATAN BADURTOLA, COMILLA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,211,853.00||1,209,415.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF 3,372M RCC ROAD AND CONSTRUCTION O F 5,272M RCC DRAINS AT 14 LOCATION INCLUDING CONST RUTION 12M RCC STAIR||Loan 3550||12 Feb 2018||M/S HASSAN BUILDERS||MONIHAR, NIKATAN BADURTOLA, COMILLA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,093,558.00||1,091,358.00|
|IMPROVEMENT/CONSTRUCTION & WIDENING OF 9782M ROAD S AND CONSTRUCTION OF 2374M DRAINAGE SYSTEM IN DIF FERENT LOCATIONS UNDER MYMENSINGH POURASHAVA.||Loan 3550||11 Feb 2018||UDC CONSTRUCTION LTD.||HOUSE NO-104(IST FLOOR)ROAD NO-08 NEW DOHS, MOHAKHALI, DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,096,567.00||1,094,986.00|
|DEVELOPMENT OF 4091 0M DRAINAGE SYSTEM IN DIFFEREN T LOCATIONS UNDER MYMENSINGH POURASHAVA||Loan 3550||11 Feb 2018||UDC CONSTRUCTION LTD.||HOUSE NO-104(IST FLOOR)ROAD NO-08, NEW DOHS, MOHAKHALI, DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,092,039.00||1,090,463.00|
|MANAGEMENT DESIGN AND SUPERVISION (MDS) CONS. SERVICES, PKG NO. UGIIP-III-AF/MDS/02||Loan 3550||28 Nov 2017||JV OF AQUA CONSULTANT & ASSOCIATES LTD.||43 MOKAKHALI C/A (LEVEL 14 & 15) DHAKA 1212 BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||3,278,696.00||3,278,696.00|
|CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION - KUSTIA POURASHAVA PKG NO. UGIIP-III-2/AF/KUSH/UT DR/03/2017||Loan 3550||17 Nov 2017||NATIONTECH-KKENT (JV)||RAHBA TOWER UNIT 5A ADABAR, DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||2,930,357.00||2,310,104.00|
|CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION - KUSTIA POURASHAVA PKG NO. UGIIP-III-2/AF/KUSH/UT DR/02/2017||Loan 3550||17 Nov 2017||M/S MONDOL & CO.||63/I LAXMI CHAND AGARWALA ROAD AMLAPARA, KUSHTIA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,229,821.00||969,511.00|
|CIVIL WORKS CONSTRUCTION - KUSTIA POURASHAVA PKG NO. UGIIP-III-2/AF/KUSH/UT DR/01/2017||Loan 3550||17 Nov 2017||AHS-AC (JV)||19 SHILPAKALA SUPER MARKET KUSTHTIA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,272,032.00||1,002,788.00|
|CIVL WORKS CONSTRUCTION - KUSTIA POURASHAVA PKG NO. UGIIP-III-2/AF/KUSH/DR/01/2017||Loan 3550||17 Nov 2017||NATIONTECH-KKENT (JV)||RAHBA TOWER, UNIT 5A ADABAR, DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||CONSTRUCTION||1,416,591.00||1,116,749.00|
|GOVERNANCE IMPROVEMENT & CAPACITY DEVT (GICD) CONSULTANCY SERVICES PKG UGIIP-III-AF/GICD/01||Loan 3550||16 Nov 2017||JV RESOURCE PLANNING & MNGT CONS & DDCL||DHAKA BANGLADESH||Local Government Engineering Department||1,710,885.00||1,684,900.00|
|Title||Document Type||Document Date|
|Third Urban Governance and Infrastructure Improvement (Sector) Project - Additional Financing: Procurement Plan||Procurement Plans||Jun 2017|