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Pakistan: National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project

Sovereign (Public) Project | 48402-001 Status: Active

The Asian Development Bank is working with Pakistan to build a four-lane section of the motorway linking Gojra to Shorkot in Punjab province. The project is providing a faster, safer, more cost-effective north-south route to the currently overburdened national highway 5, and is supporting the government’s goal of decongesting highways to increase investment in the area.

Project Details

Project Officer
Zaigham Ali Akbar Naqvi Central and West Asia Department Request for information
Country
  • Pakistan
Modality
  • Grant
  • Loan
Sector
  • Transport
 
Project Name National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project
Project Number 48402-001
Country Pakistan
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Grant
Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Grant 0440-PAK: National Motorway M-4 Gojra Shorkot Section Project
Department for International Development US$ 92.00 million
Loan 3300-PAK: National Motorway M-4 Gojra Shorkot Section Project
Ordinary capital resources US$ 178.00 million
Strategic Agendas Inclusive economic growth
Regional integration
Drivers of Change Governance and capacity development
Partnerships
Sector / Subsector

Transport / Road transport (non-urban)

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming No gender elements
Description The proposed project will construct a 62-kilometer (km) four-lane, access-controlled motorway connecting Gojra and Shorkot in Punjab Province, and improve the institutional capacity of the National Highway Authority (NHA), particularly for managing safeguards and contracts. The project will facilitate north south connectivity, improve quality and efficiency of road transport services, and promote inclusive economic growth.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

In Pakistan, the transport sector contributes about 10% to the gross domestic product (GDP). It is estimated that 2.3 million people (about 6% of the total employed labor force of Pakistan) earn their livelihoods from this sector. Road transport dominates Pakistan's transport system, accounting for almost 96% of freight traffic in ton-kilometers and 92% of passenger traffic in passenger-kilometers. Much of the country's 12,500 km national highway network was built before the 1950s. About 75% of it consists of two-lane undivided roads of 6 7 meters (m) in width. With a growing economy fueled mainly by growth in manufacturing and a relatively high population growth, traffic demand is on the rise. However, slow-moving trucks and nonmotorized traffic, poor road conditions, and frequent truck overloading are impeding the efficiency and safety of road transport. To reduce the traffic load on the heavily used national highways, the government began in the 1990s to build high-speed, fully access-controlled national motorways with four or more lanes. To date, around 900 km of the planned 2,800 km are operational.

Pakistan's domestic investment and trade flows concentrate on one major north south transport corridor, which connects the key centers of economic activity. Comprising national highways and motorways with a total length of about 1,800 km, the corridor runs from the port city of Karachi in the south, passes through primary production and population centers such as Khanewal, Multan, Muzaffargarh, Lahore, Faisalabad, Islamabad, and Peshawar, before reaching Torkham, on the northern border with Afghanistan. The economy of the area served by the corridor accounts for 80% 85% of Pakistan's GDP. As a result of Pakistan's accession to the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program in 2010, this transport corridor now forms an integral part of the CAREC corridors 5 and 6, opening a vital trading link between landlocked Central Asian nations and the country's warm-water ports of Gwadar, Karachi, and Port Qasim on the Arabian Sea.

The motorway M-4, connecting Faisalabad with Multan, will be a part of the north south transport corridor. Its area of influence, which includes Faisalabad, Multan, and the entire Punjab Province, accounts for about 56% of the country's population and for 59% of the country's GDP. The M-4 will extend the already completed M-1, M-2, and M-3 motorways southward and shorten the distance between Multan and the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi in the north. The Faisalabad Gojra section (58 km) of the M-4 was completed in 2014 under Asian Development Bank (ADB) financing, and the Khanewal Multan section (57 km) will be completed in 2015 under financing from the Islamic Development Bank.

The proposed project will finance the construction of the 62 km Gojra Shorkot section. Achievement of its full benefits will depend on the completion of the remaining 64 km Shorkot Khanewal section, which is currently anticipated to be financed through additional financing of the project in 2016. Upon completion, the new M-4 will provide a four-lane, access-controlled alternative to the existing narrow and congested routes, notably in the heavily trafficked Faisalabad and Khanewal Multan Muzaffargarh areas.

The national highway N-5 is part of the north south transport corridor, and Pakistan's longest and most important highway. Its section between Lahore and Multan is a four-lane road through highly urbanized areas carrying an average daily traffic volume of 20,000 vehicles. Currently, the majority of long-distance traffic from Karachi to Islamabad and onward leaves the N-5 after Multan to use the local road network before reaching the M-2. These two-lane roads are unsafe, having at-grade access points from local dwellings and businesses throughout. The completed M-4 will attract most of this long-distance traffic and also divert traffic from the N-5, which will help alleviate congestion on that road. Overall, the M-4 will provide an efficient international link between the north of Pakistan and beyond, and southern Punjab, Sindh, and the ports of Karachi and Gwadar in southern Pakistan.

Vision 2025 envisages modernization of transport infrastructure and greater regional connectivity as one of the seven pillars to achieve its stated medium-term goals. The project is consistent with the strategic goals and government priorities. An enhanced north south corridor will reduce the time and cost of moving goods and people along the entire logistic and supply chain, removing one of the key constraints to raising competitiveness, attracting private sector investment, increasing productivity, as well as deepening and diversifying the industrial base, all of which are essential for providing sustainable jobs to a growing population. The project is also consistent with ADB's country partnership strategy, 2015 2019 for Pakistan and fits with ADB's Midterm Review of Strategy 2020, supports the CAREC Transport and Trade Facilitation Strategy 2020, and is included in ADB's country operations business plan, 2015 2017 for Pakistan.

The investment demand to bring Pakistan transport infrastructure on a sustained growth trajectory is huge. ADB is mobilizing additional resources to complement its own and, in June 2015, secured a grant contribution of 262 million over 2015 2020 from the Government of the United Kingdom to the development of the Pakistan Economic Corridors Program. The main focus of the program is to finance strategic sections of the CAREC corridors in Pakistan, which is fully aligned with Pakistan's Vision 2025, the CAREC Transport and Trade Facilitation Strategy 2020, and ADB's strategic objectives.

ADB's leading role in Pakistan's road sector development has yielded lessons: keep project designs simple; limit the number of components and implementing agencies to a manageable level; make sure that cost estimates are realistic and that sufficient counterpart funds are made available; and adopt realistic timeframes for land acquisition and resettlement of affected people. These lessons are adequately incorporated in the design of this project.

Impact Modernization of transport infrastructure and greater regional connectivity to support a vibrant and growing economy (Pakistan Vision 2025)
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome An efficient and safer transport corridor between Islamabad, Faisalabad, and Multan that enhances connectivity between the various parts of the country
Progress Toward Outcome Compliance to safeguards monitoring and reporting are being monitored. ADB safeguards team is also assisting the EA on safeguards matters. The EA is regularly submitting environment impact assessments and social monitoring reports.
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

1. 62 km of four-lane, access-controlled motorway connecting Gojra and Shorkot constructed and operational

2. Safeguard and contract administration capacity of the NHA strengthened

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

This is being monitored through safeguards monitoring reports. Achievements will be assessed upon project completion.

This is being monitored and assessed.

Contractors commenced road civil works in April 2016. Road construction is underway.

Geographical Location Gojra, Shorkot
Safeguard Categories
Environment A
Involuntary Resettlement A
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects

The M-4 alignment passes through undisturbed agricultural land. In 2007, as required by ADB's Environment Policy (2002), an environmental impact assessment (EIA) report was prepared and approved for the entire M-4. Subsequently, the EIA report was updated to meet the requirements of ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement (2009) and new national legal requirements, and disclosed on ADB's website in July 2014. The revised EIA incorporates environmental management costs, new public consultations, and also includes an assessment of the cumulative impacts of the complete M-4 motorway project. This updated EIA was posted on ADB's website in August 2015. The project design has factored in climate change risks and mitigation measures as well as community concerns.

The environmental impacts identified are largely concentrated in the construction phase. Soil erosion, dust, and noise impacts are likely to be significant. Noise impacts will persist into the operational phase. The environmental management plan (EMP) includes measures to minimize anticipated impacts during construction and operation. Prior to construction, contractors will update the EMP into a site-specific environmental management plan (SSEMP). The SSEMP will be based on a risk assessment approach to select impact- and site-appropriate mitigation measures such as barriers for construction and operational noise. The construction supervision consultant, the EALS Division of the NHA, and ADB will closely monitor the implementation of the SSEMP. The NHA will submit semiannual environmental monitoring reports to ADB for disclosure on the ADB website.

The Environment, Afforestation, Land, and Social (EALS) Division is headed by a General Manager and supported by the Director (Environment) who is in charge of EMP implementation, and three Deputy Directors. The Deputy Director for this project will make sure that the provisions of the SSEMP are implemented. Capacity building at the EALS environment subdivision, and of the contractors and supervision consultants will also be conducted by ADB's Central and West Asia Department, through its ongoing TA for Sustainable Environmental Management of Projects in Central and West Asia.

Involuntary Resettlement

The project will affect 36 villages and 3,674 households by displacing 26,762 people. Of these, 213 people in 29 households will either be physically displaced or lose 10% or more of productive assets. Land acquisition and resettlement activities have been substantially completed. The NHA has prepared and submitted to ADB the final land acquisition and resettlement plan (LARP) based on the detailed design and an external land valuation study. The LARP was disclosed on ADB's website on 15 July 2015. Public consultation and information disclosure were undertaken while preparing the LARP, including displaced people and the communities along the project road. Consultation and information sharing will continue throughout project implementation.

Resettlement activities will be managed and implemented by the NHA, through PIU, and supported by the EALS Division and the social safeguard management consultant. The PIU has demonstrated capacity for implementing involuntary resettlement. A functioning grievance redress mechanism has been established. Internal monitoring reports will be prepared by the PIU and social safeguard management consultant, and included in the quarterly progress reports of the supervision consultant. A qualified and experienced external monitoring agency will verify the executing agency's monitoring reports, monitor LARP implementation, identify issues, and recommend corrective measures.

Indigenous Peoples The project road is located in the settled areas of Punjab Province, where no indigenous peoples as defined under ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement reside. No indigenous communities will be affected by the project and, accordingly, no indigenous peoples planning documents are required.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design Meetings and focus groups discussions with community and displaced persons (DPs) have been conducted as part of the poverty and social analysis. These involved all relevant stakeholders including representatives of the poor and other socially excluded groups such as elderly and other vulnerable women to disseminate the information as well as obtain their feedback on issues related with project design and potential social impacts. Other key stakeholders such as the relevant line departments and local government representatives were also consulted. In addition to normal cash compensation for land and assets, vulnerability and livelihood restoration support has also been provided in the LARP for poor and vulnerable groups. More consultation meetings, where and when required, will also be undertaken with the affected households and communities during the course of LARP updating work including updating of census survey, inventory of losses and socioeconomic survey, etc.
During Project Implementation NHA, the consultants, and ADB will continue to conduct needed stakeholder consultations during project implementation.
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services Consulting services are in accordance to ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants. An estimated 699 person-months (66 for international, 633 for national) of consulting services are required for construction supervision. The construction supervision firm was engaged using the single source selection.
Procurement The project procurement classification is Category B. All procurement of works were undertaken in accordance with ADB's Procurement Guidelines. International competitive bidding procedures were used for civil works contracts.
Responsible ADB Officer Zaigham Ali Akbar Naqvi
Responsible ADB Department Central and West Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Pakistan Resident Mission
Executing Agencies
National Highway Authority
Room No. 110, 1st Floor,
NC Building, Sector G-9/1
Islamabad, Pakistan
Timetable
Concept Clearance 06 Apr 2015
Fact Finding 16 Jun 2015 to 26 Jun 2015
MRM 31 Jul 2015
Approval 30 Sep 2015
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 24 Sep 2018

Grant 0440-PAK

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
30 Sep 2015 22 Oct 2015 17 Dec 2015 31 May 2020 - -
Financing Plan Grant Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 92.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 30 Sep 2015 0.00 67.75 74%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 92.00 30 Sep 2015 0.00 66.68 72%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Satisfactory - -

Loan 3300-PAK

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
30 Sep 2015 22 Oct 2015 17 Dec 2015 31 May 2020 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 225.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 178.00 30 Sep 2015 107.44 0.00 75%
Counterpart 47.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 30 Sep 2015 100.09 0.00 70%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Satisfactory - -

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Title Document Type Document Date
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2017-June 2018) Audited Project Financial Statements Dec 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra - Shorkot- Project: Audited Financial Statements (1 July 2016 – 30 June 2017) Documents Produced Under Grant/Loans/TA Oct 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Procurement Plan Procurement Plans Jul 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot– Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Procurement Plan Procurement Plans Jul 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Major Change in Project Change in Scope, Amount, and Implementation Arrangements Apr 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Mar 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2016-June 2017) Audited Project Financial Statements Jan 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Audited Project Financial Statements (July 2015-June 2016) Audited Project Financial Statements Dec 2016
Loan Agreement (Ordinary Operations) for Loan 3395-PAK: National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Jun 2016
Grant Agreement (Externally Financed) for Grant 0482-PAK: National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Project - Additional Financing Grant Agreement Jun 2016
Project Agreement for Loan 3395-PAK and Grant 0482-PAK: National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing Project/Program Agreements Jun 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot– Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Report and Recommendation of the President Reports and Recommendations of the President May 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot– Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual May 2016
Loan Agreement (Ordinary Operations) for Loan 3300-PAK: National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project Loan Agreement (Ordinary Resources) Oct 2015
Grant Agreement (Externally Financed) for Grant 0440-PAK: National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project Grant Agreement Oct 2015
Project Agreement for Pakistan Loan 3300 and Grant 0440: National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project Project/Program Agreements Oct 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Report and Recommendation of the President Reports and Recommendations of the President Sep 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Project Data Sheet (Urdu Translation) Translated PDS Aug 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Project Administration Manual Project/Program Administration Manual Aug 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Initial Poverty and Social Analysis Initial Poverty and Social Analysis Apr 2015

Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards

Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.

Title Document Type Document Date
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Internal Monitoring Report for Implementation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan No. 15 (March-May 2019) Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2019
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: External Monitoring Report for Implementation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan (As of May 2019) Social Monitoring Reports May 2019
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Service Area Due Dilligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Apr 2019
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Internal Monitoring Report for Implementation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan No. 14 (December 2018-February 2019) Social Monitoring Reports Mar 2019
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jan 2019
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Internal Monitoring Report for Implementation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan No. 13 (September-November 2018) Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: External Monitoring Report for Implementation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan (March-August 2018) Social Monitoring Reports Sep 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Internal Monitoring Report for Implementation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan No. 12 (June-August 2018) Social Monitoring Reports Sep 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jul 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Section II Gojra-Shorkot (62 km) Resettlement Plan (Addendum) Resettlement Plans May 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project: Internal Monitoring Report of the Implementation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan No.11 (March – May 2018) Social Monitoring Reports May 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2017) Environmental Monitoring Reports Apr 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III Social Monitoring Report No. 8 (January-March 2018) Social Monitoring Reports Apr 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project: Internal Monitoring Report No. 10 (December 2017-February 2018) Social Monitoring Reports Mar 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: External Monitoring Report (February 2018) Social Monitoring Reports Feb 2018
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III Social Monitoring Report No. 7 (October-December 2017) Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2017
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III Social Monitoring Report No. 6 (July-September 2017) Social Monitoring Reports Oct 2017
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III External Resettlement Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Sep 2017
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project - Section II: Social Monitoring Report No. 8 (June-August 2017) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Sep 2017
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2017) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2017
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot-Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III Social Monitoring Report No. 4 (January-March 2017) Social Monitoring Reports Apr 2017
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project - Section II: Social Monitoring Report (July-December 2016) Social Monitoring Reports Feb 2017
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2016) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III Shorkot-Khanewal Resettlement Plan Addendum Resettlement Plans Nov 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot–Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III Social Monitoring Report No. 2 (July-September 2016) Social Monitoring Reports Oct 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot–Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III External Resettlement Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Oct 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot–Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section II Resettlement Monitoring Report (June-August 2016) Social Monitoring Reports Sep 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot–Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III Quarterly Social Monitoring Report No. 1 (April-June 2016) Social Monitoring Reports Aug 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Package 2A Gojra to Jamani Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2016) Environmental Monitoring Reports Aug 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Package 2B Jamani to Shorkot Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2016) Environmental Monitoring Reports Aug 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Internal Resettlement Monitoring Report (March-May 2016) Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Internal Resettlement Monitoring Report (December 2015-February 2016) Social Monitoring Reports Mar 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Due Diligence Report on Resettlement Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Mar 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot– Khanewal Section Project - Additional Financing: Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessments Mar 2016
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project - Additional Financing: Section III Shorkot-Khanewal Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Dec 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: External Resettlement Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Nov 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Internal Resettlement Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Nov 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Faisalabad-Khanewal Motorway - Updated Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessments Aug 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Faisalabad-Khanewal Motorway - Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessments Jul 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Section II Gojra-Shorkot (62 km) Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jun 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra-Shorkot Section Project: Faisalabad-Khanewal Motorway - Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessments Jun 2015
National Motorway M-4 Gojra–Shorkot Section Project: Faisalabad-Khanewal Motorway Environmental Impact Assessments Jun 2014

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

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Related Publications

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
PAK: National Motorway M-4 Gojra– Shorkot Section Project Advance Notice Archived 17 Feb 2015

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor Contractor Address Executing Agency Contract Description Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
THIS CONTRACT IS BEING ISSUED AFTER MAJOR CHANGE I N SCOPE FOR LOAN 3300 APPROVED BY ADB'S BOARD ON 2 3 MAY 2018 FOR BAL. WORKS OF E35,P3 INCL. CS. Loan 3300 24 Oct 2018 M/S. DOHWA ENGINEERING CO. LTD 438-SAMSEONG RO, GANGNAM-GU, SEOUL REBULIC OF KOREA KOREA, REPUBLIC OF National Highway Authority Consulting Services 1,135,125.00 1,135,125.00
CONSTRUCTION OF HASSANABDAL - HAVELIAN EXPRESSWAY SECTION OF E-35 - SARAI SALEH TO HAVELIAN Loan 3300 31 Jul 2018 M/S. LIMAK ZKB JV PLOT NO 44, ST 11, SECTOR I -9/2, ISLAMA BAD, PAKISTAN TURKEY AS JV PARTNER PAKISTAN National Highway Authority CONSTRUCTION 16,129,755.00 9,338,293.00
CONSTRUCTION OF HASSANABDAL - HAVELIAN EXPRESSWAY SECTION OF E-35 - SARAI SALEH TO HAVELIAN Grant 0440 13 Jul 2018 M/S. LIMAK - ZKB JV PLOT NO. 44 ST 11 SECTOR I-9/2 ISLAM ABAD PAKISTAN TURKEY PAKISTAN National Highway Authority 5,796,182.00