Papua New Guinea : Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1

Sovereign Project | 48444-004

The Highlands region of Papua New Guinea (PNG) consists of seven landlocked provinces where approximately 40% of the population resides, most of whom are involved in rural smallholder agricultural production. Aside from abundant and underemployed labor resources, the region is endowed with agricultural and mineral resources which serve as an engine of growth for the national economy. Characterized by relative high levels of agricultural production of fresh produce and cash crops, mainly coffee, tea, and cocoa, the region contributes a third of the national gross domestic product; while the region's mineral and petroleum resources account for nearly 80% of national exports. The 1,200 km long 2-lane national Highlands Highway is the lifeline for the Highlands region connecting 1,800 km of regional and feeder roads and servicing the region's people particularly those in the rural hinterland. The highway traverses the Highlands region connecting it to the coastal provinces and the country's main port in Lae.

Project Details

  • Project Officer
    Ono, Masayoshi
    Pacific Department
    Request for information
  • Country/Economy
    Papua New Guinea
  • Modality
  • Sector
    • Transport
Project Name Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1
Project Number 48444-004
Country / Economy Papua New Guinea
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Grant
Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Grant 0538-PNG: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program-Tranche 1
Government of Australia US$ 11.50 million
Loan 3547-PNG: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program-Tranche 1
Ordinary capital resources US$ 272.00 million
Loan 3548-PNG: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program-Tranche 1
Concessional ordinary capital resources lending US$ 30.00 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
Knowledge solutions
Partnerships
Sector / Subsector

Transport / Road transport (non-urban) - Transport policies and institutional development - Urban roads and traffic management

Gender Effective gender mainstreaming
Description The Highlands region of Papua New Guinea (PNG) consists of seven landlocked provinces where approximately 40% of the population resides, most of whom are involved in rural smallholder agricultural production. Aside from abundant and underemployed labor resources, the region is endowed with agricultural and mineral resources which serve as an engine of growth for the national economy. Characterized by relative high levels of agricultural production of fresh produce and cash crops, mainly coffee, tea, and cocoa, the region contributes a third of the national gross domestic product; while the region's mineral and petroleum resources account for nearly 80% of national exports. The 1,200 km long 2-lane national Highlands Highway is the lifeline for the Highlands region connecting 1,800 km of regional and feeder roads and servicing the region's people particularly those in the rural hinterland. The highway traverses the Highlands region connecting it to the coastal provinces and the country's main port in Lae.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy Access to basic services and the movement of goods and people is heavily reliant on the Highlands Highway. The mountainous terrain, poor highway conditions owing to a lack of systematic and consistent maintenance, coupled with washouts and landslides common during the rainy season make the highway unreliable and impassable at times. With climate change the frequency of extreme rain events are projected to increase. At present, more than 70% of the highway is in fair or poor condition, while for 90% of the road length, the safety rating for vehicle occupants and pedestrians is two star and below. In its current state, the road conditions pose serious road safety hazards to users and pedestrians, with levels of fatalities and injuries far in excess of comparable countries in Asia and the Pacific. High-potential agricultural products from the region bear high trade costs, limiting access to domestic and international markets. Poor road conditions and lack of adequate transport accessibility and services infrastructure such as bus stations and rest stops, and absence of logistic facilities for agricultural products restrict the development of value chains needed for perishable and high value products. Given the preponderance of rural population involved in agricultural livelihood activities, the present condition of the Highlands Highway is a major constraint hindering the region's future social and economic development and opportunities for sustainable and inclusive growth.
Impact

Increased opportunity for equality and prosperity in rural areas (Development Strategic Plan, 2010-2030)

Attainment of well-integrated, safe, affordable, and financially and environmentally sustainable transport systems that efficiently serve the economy and people of PNG (National Transport Strategy, 2014-2030)

Improved access to health and education, and living standards of the people of PNG (National Strategy for Responsible Sustainable Development for Papua New Guinea)

Project Outcome
Description of Outcome

Increased efficiency and safe movement of people, goods, and services between the Highlands Region and markets

Progress Toward Outcome 3 civil works contracts awarded in Q4 2018 (CW1, CW2 and RIC). The three Contractor's mobilized to site and civil works is ongoing. Physical progress for CW1 is 99.28%, CW2 is 98.40% and RIC is 98.89%. All civil works are expected to be substantially completed by December 2023.
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

170km of two-lane National Highlands Highway from Lae Nadzab airport to Kagamuga airport is rehabilitated, upgraded and about 430km of the Highlands Highway effectively maintained.

Road safety on the national Highlands Highway increased

Institutional capacity of the DOW to deliver the investment program and sustain its benefits strengthened

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues) 3 civil works contracts awarded in Q4 2018 (CW1, CW2 and RIC). The three Contractor's mobilized to site and civil works is nearing completion. Physical progress for CW1 is 99.28%, CW2 is 98.40% and RIC is 98.66%.Overall physical progress is 99.14%.3 civil works contracts awarded in Q4 2018 (CW1, CW2 and RIC). The three Contractor's mobilized to site and civil works is nearing completion. Physical progress for CW1 is 99.28%, CW2 is 98.40% and RIC is 98.66%.Overall physical progress is 99.14%.3 civil works contracts awarded in Q4 2018. Contract includes construction of bus stops and bus shelters. Three bus bays have been constructed already and 6 more under construction along the sections of the Highlands Highway.Six (6) markets will be constructed along the Highlands Highway. Sites have been identified and cleared for construction. Three (3) markets are under construction while the other 3 markets will commence once site clearing is completed.In progress.About 36,115 out of the 169,925 (21.2%) women along the project corridor (Highlands Highway) are engaged by the three civil works contractors. Women are employed as sign bearers, camp and administration workers and are engaged through community-based contracts on general road maintenance works.A total of 12km of footpath will be constructed (4km for each of the 3 sites). So far about 6km have been constructed under CW1 and CW2. The other 6km balance of foot path is under construction.1. Specialist was recruited in Q4 2019. 2. Road safety awareness activities for the communities have been delayed due to COVID 19 impacts but continued after by the contractors.3. Community-based road side pilots sites (Minj and Henganofi) have been surveyed by the Road Specialist and PMU. The pilot plans are being prepared.4. Road safety awareness plan and pamphlet preparation works have been also completed and will be implemented.Specialist was recruited in Q4 2019. Review of critical safety concerned areas along the highway have been identified with designs adapted to ensure safety to the road users.PMO construction contract was awarded in Q4 2018. The construction of the PMO building was completed in May 2020. PMO and some DOW management staff have occupied the building and in use now.(ii) Training in financial management and procurement; training engineers, social and environmental safeguard officers under the construction supervision consultants.(iii) A day-long workshop, two induction trainings and on-the-job capacity building works in social and environmental safeguard areas have been conducted for the environmental and social teams engaged with the PMO, SC and Contractor.(iv) A Gender training was conducted in Quarter 4 2023 for the SHHIP Project Management Office Team.
Geographical Location Nation-wide
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement C
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects The Project is category B for Environment. An Initial Environment Examination (IEE) including the Environment Management Plans (EMPs) were prepared for the Project, cleared by ADB and disclosed on ADB website. The EMPs were incorporated into the bid documents and successful bidders then prepared the Construction Environment Plans (CEMPs). The Three civil works contracts namely CW1, CW2 and RIC have all submitted their CEMPs plus safeguards subplans. The three CW Works Contractor's EMPs plus the subplans were reviewed and cleared by the engineering supervision environment specialists, DOWH/Project Management Office (PMO) and ADB safeguards officer prior to commencement of civil works. The CEPA Environment Permits were received for the quarry and crusher sites with approval of CEMPs. The environmental corrective measures were prepared for site specific environment impacts, approved by engineers and PMO before commencement of works. The Project has environment specialists and HSE officers were recruited by the Project. PMO safeguards specialists provide oversight on implementation of environmental aspects. Project is consistent with periodic quarterly and half year reporting and has functioning grievance redress mechanism process. The monitoring of environment aspects is consistent according to ADB SPS and disclosure policy requirements.
Involuntary Resettlement The Project is category C for Involunatry Resettlement. A Due Diligence Report (DDR) was prepared and disclosed on ADB web page. The 340 km road upgrade is within the road alignment of the 40-meter road corridor. Minor resettlement impacts were encountered during implementation due to minor rescoping of works along the CW1 and RIC section. These impacts were assessed following ADB requirements, and a corrective action plan was put in-place and compensation was paid to the affected people. The supervision consultants' social safeguards specialists and community relations officers were recruited to oversee social issues. PMO safeguards specialists provide oversight on implementation of social aspects. Project is consistent with periodic quarterly and half year reporting and functioning grievance redress mechanism process. The monitoring of social and community aspects is consistent according to ADB SPS and disclosure policy requirements. The project grievances were redressed through the established GRM process which is functioning effectively throughout the implementation period.
Indigenous Peoples The Project is category C for Indigenous People. The civil works are with the 40-meter corridor of the 340km roads sections therefore no impact on indigenous people. The Project monitoring of legacy issues is consistent with the government and ADB requirements.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design The Project is category C for Indigenous People. The civil works are with the 40-meter corridor of the 340km roads sections therefore no impact on indigenous people. The Project monitoring of legacy issues is consistent with the government and ADB requirements.
During Project Implementation The PMO Community Relations Officers (CROs) and Contractors conduct regular community awareness and consultations with the roadside communities and market vendors. Gender, health and HIV awareness activities were conducted with coordination from provincial health authorities and NGOs. Women and men participated during community meetings and roadside awareness conducted by PMO and employment opportunities. Complaints or grievances follow GRM process and mostly use community grievance redress process, through existing grievance redress committee (GRC) methods or through Contractors or PMO. All five provinces from Lae Nadzab to Mt. Hagen has a functioning GRC with a woman representation in each of the committee group and also has stakeholder participation.
Responsible ADB Officer Ono, Masayoshi
Responsible ADB Department Pacific Department
Responsible ADB Division Papua New Guinea Resident Mission (PNRM)
Executing Agencies
Department of Works and Highways
Timetable
Concept Clearance -
Fact Finding -
MRM 21 Mar 2017
Approval 10 Jul 2017
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 31 Jan 2024

Grant 0538-PNG

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
10 Jul 2017 19 Jul 2017 08 Sep 2017 30 Jun 2022 30 Sep 2023 25 Oct 2023
Financing Plan Grant Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 11.50 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 15 Feb 2024 0.00 7.70 100%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 11.50 15 Feb 2024 0.00 7.70 100%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory - Satisfactory

Loan 3547-PNG

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
10 Jul 2017 19 Jul 2017 08 Sep 2017 30 Jun 2022 30 Jun 2024 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 316.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 272.00 15 Feb 2024 255.75 0.00 94%
Counterpart 44.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 15 Feb 2024 255.40 0.00 94%

Loan 3548-PNG

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
10 Jul 2017 19 Jul 2017 08 Sep 2017 30 Jun 2022 30 Jun 2024 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 30.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 30.00 15 Feb 2024 24.24 0.00 81%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 15 Feb 2024 23.48 0.00 79%

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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
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1: Environmental and Social Monitoring Report (July-December 2023) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Jan 2024
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1: Environmental and Social Monitoring Report (January-June 2022) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Jul 2022
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1: Environmental and Social Monitoring Report (July-December 2021) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Mar 2022
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1: Environmental and Social Monitoring Report (January-June 2021) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Aug 2021
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1: Environmental and Social Monitoring Report (July-December 2020) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Feb 2021
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1: Environmental and Social Monitoring Report (January-June 2020) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Jul 2020
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program - Tranche 1: Environmental and Social Monitoring Report (July-December 2019) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Jan 2020
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program - Tranche 1: Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Aug 2019
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program - Tranche 1: Environmental and Social Monitoring Report (January-June 2019) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Jul 2019
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program - Tranche 1: Social Safeguards Due Diligence Report Safeguards Due Diligence Reports Mar 2017

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

None currently available.


Related Publications

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
Principal Coordinator (Social and Environmental Safeguards) Individual - Consulting Closed
International Contract Management Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Community Relations Officer (Miunde to Kagamuga) Individual - Consulting Closed
Community Relations Officer (Nadzab-Henganofi) Individual - Consulting Closed
International Procurement and Contract Management Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Environmental Safeguards Officer (Nadzab-Henganofi) Individual - Consulting Closed
Environmental Safeguards Officer (Mangiro - Kagamuga) Individual - Consulting Closed
Environmental Safeguards Officer (Henganofi - Mangiro) Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Manager (Coordination), PMO (SHHIP) Goroka Individual - Consulting Closed
Program Director, (SHHIP Tranche 1), PMO, Goroka Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
Principal Coordinator (Social and Environmental Safeguards) Individual - Consulting Closed
Senior Program Advisor and Secretariat Head Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Safeguards Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
Team Leader, PMO Individual - Consulting Closed
Program Director (ADB SHHIP), PMO, Goroka Individual - Consulting Closed
Program Manager (SHHIP) Individual - Consulting Closed
Environmental Safeguards Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Engineer (SHHIP), PMO, Goroka Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Manager (Bridge Engineer) Individual - Consulting Closed
Road Safety Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Senior Bridge Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Senior Transport Specialist (Advisor) Individual - Consulting Closed
Senior Procurement and Contract Management Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Transport Economist Individual - Consulting Closed
Senior Transport Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Finance and Administration Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
IT Officer Individual - Consulting Closed
Community Relations Officer Individual - Consulting Closed
Social and Environmental Safeguards Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
Road Safety Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
Accounts Assistant Individual - Consulting Closed
Administration Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
Administration Assistant/Logistics Support Assistant Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Manager #2 Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Head Secretariat (Civil Works Expert) Individual - Consulting Closed
Team Leader Individual - Consulting Closed
Loan No. 3547/3548-PNG: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program – Tranche 1 [CSTB No. 3792] Invitation for Bids Closed
Program Director Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Safeguards Specialist (Land Acquisition and Resettlement) Individual - Consulting Closed
Environment Safeguards Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Contract Management Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Manager #1 Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Safeguards Expert (land Acquisition and Resettlement) #2 Individual - Consulting Closed
Social Safeguards Expert (land Acquisition and Resettlement) #1 Individual - Consulting Closed
Environment Safeguards Expert #1 Individual - Consulting Closed
Environment Safeguards Expert #2 Individual - Consulting Closed
Project Manager #3 Individual - Consulting Closed
L3547/3548; G0538: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program (SHHIP) – Tranche 1 [SHHIP CSTB No. 3774; 3775; 3776] Invitation for Bids Closed
Construction Supervision for CW2 Firm - Consulting Closed
Construction Supervision for CW1 Firm - Consulting Closed

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor | Address Executing Agency Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
International Contract Management Specialist Grant 0538 02 May 2023 Chandana Padma Kumara Manamperi Manamperi Koralalage | Unit 5 Acacia Street, Islander Village, Port Moresby Department of Works and Highways 166,050.00
TEAM LEADER PMO AND SENIOR TECHNICAL ADVISOR Grant 0538 14 Sep 2020 PRIANKA NALIN SENEVIRATNE | 161 FIFE ROAD COLOMBO 00500 SRI LANKA Department of Works and Implementation 240,000.00
TEAM LEADER PMO AND SENIOR TECHNICAL ADVISOR Loan 3547 28 Sep 2020 PRIANKA NALIN SENEVIRATNE | 161 FIFE ROAD, COLOMO 00500 SRI LANKA SRI LANKA Department of Works and Implementation 375,000.00 135,000.00
PROJECT MANAGER BRIDGE ENIGNEER PMO Loan 3547 17 Aug 2020 LANCE LANCER | CENTRAL WORKS COMPOUND, WAIGANI DR P.O BOX 1604, VISION CITY PORT MORESBY PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 175,680.01 63,025.19
SENIOR PROGRAM ADVISOR AND SECRETARIAT HEAD Grant 0538 04 Jun 2020 MR. WICKRAMARATNE | 17A ALFRED HOUSE GARDENS COLOMBO-3 SRI LANKA SRI LANKA Department of Works and Implementation 425,600.00
SENIOR PROGRAM ADVISOR AND SECRETARIAT HEAD Loan 3547 10 Jun 2020 MR. K.H. WICKRAMARATNE | 17A, ALFRED HOUSE GARDENS, COLOMBO-3 SRI LANKA SRI LANKA Department of Works and Implementation 665,000.00 239,400.00
ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARDS MANAGER FOR PMO Loan 3547 29 Apr 2020 ANDREW NORIA | SECTION 23, LOT 15 NEW TOWN MT. HAGEN, W.H.P PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 104,760.00 37,584.00
PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR PMO Loan 3547 13 Jan 2020 JOHN RELHANG | SECTION 346, LOT 11, BOTAIL PLACE GEREHU STAGE 2B, PORT MORESBY, NCD PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 328,720.00 118,393.20
PROGRAM MANAGER FOR PMO Loan 3547 13 Jan 2020 BARNABAS NEAUSEMALE | P.O BOX 738, VISION CITY NCD PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 296,435.00 106,716.60
REPAIR, REHABILITATION, UPGRADING & MAINTENANCE OF THE HIGHLANDS HIGHWAY BETWEEN LAE NADZAB, MOROBE PROVINCE & HENGANOFI BRIDGE, EASTERN HIGHLANDS. Loan 3547 07 Dec 2018 METALLURGICAL CORPORATION OF CHINA LTD | MCC TOWER, NO.28, SHUGUANGXILI, CHAOYONG DISTRICT, BEIJING CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Department of Works 68,083,315.47 57,870,818.15
REHABILITATION OF 57KM OF THE SIMBU SECTION OF THE HIGHLANDS HIGHWAY BETWEEN MANGIRO BRIDGE & MIUNDE BRIDGE (ROAD INVESTMENT CONTRACT ("RIC")). Loan 3547 10 Dec 2018 CHINA HARBOUR ENGINEERING COMPANY LTD | NO.9 CHUNXIU ROAD DONGCHENG DISTRICT, BEIJING CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Department of Works 50,681,925.06 43,877,490.95
REPAIR, REHABILITATION, UPGRADING & MAINTENANCE OF HIGHLANDS HIGHWAY BETWEEN HENGANOFI & MANGIRO BRID GE & MIUNDE BRIDGE TO KAGAMUGA, MT.HAGEN, WHP Loan 3547 10 Dec 2018 CHINA WU YI CO.LTD | CWYC, UNIT 1,4TH FLOOR, ZHI DI PLAZA 89# WU SI ROAD FUZHOU CITY, FUJIAN CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Department of Works 46,416,861.22 40,118,544.59
DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION OF TWO-STOREY STEEL FRAMED BUILDING IN EASTERN HIGHLANDS PROVINCE, GOROKA Loan 3547 04 Dec 2018 ZENITH LIMITED | P.O BOX 1162 PORT MORESBY, NATIONAL CAPITAL DISTRICT PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works 1,333,869.20 1,133,788.82
REPAIR, REHABILITATION, UPGRADING & MAINTENANCE OF THE HIGHLANDS HIGHWAY BETWEEN LAE NADZAB, MOROBE PROVINCE & HENGANOFI BRIDGE, EASTERN HIGHLANDS. Loan 3548 07 Dec 2018 METALLURGICAL CORPORATION OF CHINA LTD | MCC TOWER, NO.28, SHUGUANGXILI, CHAOYONG DISTRICT, BEIJING CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Department of Works 68,083,315.47 6,808,331.55
REHABILITATION OF 57KM OF THE SIMBU SECTION OF THE HIGHLANDS HIGHWAY BETWEEN MANGIRO BRIDGE & MIUNDE BRIDGE (ROAD INVESTMENT CONTRACT ("RIC")). Loan 3548 10 Dec 2018 CHINA HABOUR ENGINEERING COMPANY LTD | NO.9 CHUNXIU ROAD DONGCHENG DISTRICT, BEIJING CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Department of Works 50,681,925.06 5,162,057.76
REPAIR, REHABILITATION, UPGRADING & MAINTENANCE OF HIGHLANDS HIGHWAY BETWEEN HENGANOFI & MANGIRO BRID GE & FROM MIUNDE BRIDGE TO KAGAMUGA, MT HAGEN, W Loan 3548 10 Dec 2018 CHINA WU YI CO. LTD | CWYC, UNIT 1, 4TH FLOOR, ZHI DI PLAZA 89# WU SI ROAD FUZHOU CITY, FUJIAN CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Department of Works 46,416,861.22 4,719,828.77
DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION OF A TWO-STOREY STEEL FRAMED BUILDING IN EASTERN HIGHLANDS PROVINCE, GOROKA Loan 3548 04 Dec 2018 ZENITH LIMITED | P.O BOX 1162 PORT MORESBY, NATIONAL CAPITAL DISTRICT PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works 1,333,869.20 133,611.48
PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR PMO-SHHIP Grant 0538 15 Feb 2019 MR. BARNABAS NEAUSEMALE | PO BOX 738 VISION CITY NCD PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works 368,134.43
SENIOR TRANSPORT SPECIALIST (TEAM LEADER) Grant 0538 27 May 2019 PRIANKA NALIN SENEVIRATNE | 161 FIFE ROAD COLOMBE 00500 SRI LANKA Department of Works and Implementation 140,800.00
COMMUNITY RELATIONS OFFICER Grant 0538 19 Jun 2019 MR. YAPI AKORE | P.O BOX 104 KUNDIAWA SIMBU PROVINCE PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 123,001.98
NATIONAL FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MANAGER Grant 0538 17 Jun 2019 MR. JOHN PHILIP | PORT MORESBY NATIONAL CAPITAL DISTRICT PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 106,919.36
ROAD SAFETY ENGINEER Grant 0538 11 Sep 2019 MR. DAVID KEITH WANTY | 48 MCLINTOCK STREET JOHNSONVILLE WELLINGTON 6037 NEW ZEALAND Department of Works and Implementation 128,000.00
CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION 2 (CS2) FOR CIVIL WORKS 2 (REPAIR, REHAB, UPGRADING & MAINTNCE OF HIGHLNDS HIGHWAY BTW HENGNOFI,MANGIRO,MIUNDE BRID TO KAGAMU Loan 3547 10 Dec 2018 JV OF BONIFICA S.P.A & RENARDET S.A | PIAZZA DI CAMPITELLI 2, 00186 ROMA ITALY Department of Works 20,302,043.28 20,302,043.28
CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION 1 (CS1) FOR CIVIL WORKS 1 REPAIR, REHABILITATION, UPGRADING & MAINTENANCE OF HIGHLANDS HIGHWAY BTW LAE NADZAB & HENGANOFI BRI Loan 3547 10 Dec 2018 PYUNGHWA, DONG IL, TCGI ENGINEERING CONSLT JV | 601,T-TOWER BLDG, 194, MUNHWA-RO NAJU-SI, JEOLLANARN-DO KOREA, REPUBLIC OF Department of Works 10,888,161.82 10,888,161.82
PROGRAM DIRECTOR FOR PMO-SHHIP Loan 3547 20 Feb 2019 MR. BARNABAS NEAUSEMALE | PO BOX 738 VISION CITY,NCD PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works 576,180.06 207,075.62
PROJECT MANAGER FOR CIVIL WORKS 2 FOR SHHIP ASSIGNMENT LOCATION: GOROKA, EASTERN HIGHLANDS PROVINCE Loan 3547 13 Mar 2019 MR.IAN NAT BARR | C/O DOW PO BOX 879, GOROKA,EHP PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 400,275.03 144,099.01
SENIOR TRANSPORT SPECIALIST (TEAM LEADER) Loan 3547 30 May 2019 PRIANKA NALIN SENEVIRATNE | 161 FIFE ROAD, COLOMBO 0500 SRI LANKA Department of Works and Implementation 220,000.00 79,200.00
TRANSPORT ECONOMIST Loan 3547 31 May 2019 DOUGLAS H LUCIUS | 1622 WRIGHTSON DR. MCLEAN VA USA 22101 UNITED STATES Department of Works and Implementation 116,000.00 41,760.00
SENIOR PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST Loan 3547 14 Jun 2019 ZORAN VESELINOVIC | BULEVAR UMETNOSTI 17/1 STAN 19 NOVI BEOGRAD, 11070 AUSTRALIA Department of Works and Implementation 115,000.00 41,400.00
COMMUNITY RELATIONS OFFICER FOR PMO Loan 3547 21 Jun 2019 MR. YAPI AKORE | PO BOX 104 KUNDIAWA, SIMBU PROVINCE PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 192,010.02 69,193.80
NATIONAL FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MANAGER Loan 3547 18 Jun 2019 MR. JOHN PHILIP | PORT MORESBY NATIONAL CAPITAL DISTRICT PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 167,466.01 60,145.38
SENIOR TRANSPORT SPECIALIST (ADVISOR) Loan 3547 07 Jun 2019 MR. ALAIN LOUIS LABEAU | 8208 BELLS MILL ROAD POTOMAC,MARYLAND,20854 UNITED STATES Department of Works and Implementation 140,000.00 50,400.00
COMMUNITY RELATIONS OFFICER FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE (PMO) IN SHHIP-T1 Loan 3547 21 Jun 2019 MR.JACOB RARA | HOUSE NO.2, SECTION 27, LOT-1 GOROKA TOWN,EHP PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 128,794.41 46,413.07
COMMUNITY RELATIONS OFFICER FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE (PMO) IN SHHIP-T1 Loan 3547 21 Jun 2019 MR. MATHIAS KIN | DPI, WARASIMBU, KUNDIAWA SIMBU PROVINCE PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 128,794.41 46,413.07
COMMUNITY RELATIONS OFFICER FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT OFFICE (PMO) IN SHHIP-T1 Loan 3547 21 Jun 2019 MR. SIMON STEVEN | C/O DEPARTMENT OF WORKS GOROKA, EHP PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works and Implementation 128,794.41 46,413.07
ROAD SAFETY ENGINEER Loan 3547 20 Sep 2019 MR. DAVID KEITH WANTY | 48 MCLINTOCK STREET JOHNSONVILLE, WELLINGTON 6037 NEW ZEALAND Department of Works and Implementation 200,000.00 72,000.00
INTERNATIONAL HEAD SECRETARIAT (CIVIL WORKS EXPERT) Grant 0538 18 Oct 2018 DR. PANAGIOTA KOURI | CHERSICTRAOUS 14-15772 ATHENS ITALY Department of Works 557,179.00
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARDS SPECIALIST Grant 0538 31 Oct 2018 HOANG TRUNG THANH | 512A-H8 THANH XUAN NAM WARD THANH XUAN DISTRICT THAILAND Department of Works 402,861.00
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARDS SPECIALIST Loan 3547 05 Nov 2018 HOANG TRUNG THANH | 512A-H8, THANH XUAN NAM WARD THANH XUAN DISTRICT,HANOI THAILAND Department of Works 629,470.00 226,609.00
INTERNATIONAL HEAD SECRETARIAT (CIVIL WORKS EXPERT) Loan 3547 31 Oct 2018 DR. PANAGIOTA KOURI (NAT: GREECE) | CHERSICTRAOUS 14-15772 ATHENS ITALY Department of Works 870,592.00 313,413.00
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARD SPECIALIST Grant 0538 02 Aug 2018 MR CARSTEN M.HUTTCHE | 18 BOON LAY WAY #10-114 TRADEHUB 2 SINGAPORE 609966 SINGAPORE Department of Works 402,861.00
INTERNATIONAL TEAM LEADER (CIVIL WORK SPECIALIST) Loan 3547 01 Aug 2018 MR RICHARD KITSON | 52B TINIO ST,ADDINGTON HILLS MANDALUYONG CITY, METRO MANILA PHILIPPINES Department of Works 1,058,400.00 381,024.00
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARD SPECIALIST Loan 3547 02 Aug 2018 MR CARSTEN M.HUTTCHE | 18 BOON LAY WAY#10-114 TRADEHUB 2,SINGAPORE,609966 SINGAPORE Department of Works 629,470.00 226,609.00
CONTRACT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST FOR SHHIP Loan 3547 16 Jul 2018 PURNENDU PATHAK | 2068, SECTOR B/2, VASANT KUNJ NEW DELHI-110070, INDIA INDIA Department of Works 812,580.00 292,529.00
SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS SPECIALIST FOR SHHIP Loan 3547 16 Jul 2018 GOVIND PRASAD BHATT | SARASWOTI MARG, GYANESHWOR, KATHMANDU-33 NEPAL NEPAL Department of Works 629,470.00 226,609.00
PROJECT MANAGER FOR CIVIL WORKS 3 FOR SHHIP ASSIGNMENT LOCATION - KUNDIAWA, SIMBU PROVINCE Loan 3547 10 Jul 2018 MR. MICHAEL EDMOND | P.O BOX 54, GOROKA EASTER HIGHLANDS PROVINCE PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works 537,825.00 192,343.00
PROJECT MANAGER FOR CIVIL WORKS 1 FOR SHHIP ASSIGNMENT LOCATION-LAE, MOROBE PROVINCE Loan 3547 10 Jul 2018 MR. LALIO ERASI | P.O BOX 25, WATERFRONT, KONEDOBU BOROKO, NCD PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works 537,825.00 192,343.00
SOCIAL SAFEGUARDS SPECIALIST FOR SHHIP Grant 0538 16 Jul 2018 GOVIND PRASAD BHATT | SARASWOTI MARG GYANESHWOR KATHMANDU-33 NEPAL Department of Works 402,861.00
PROJECT MANAGER FOR CIVIL WORKS 3 FOR SHHIP ASSIGNMENT LOCATION-KUNDIAWA SIMBU PROVINCE Grant 0538 01 Jul 2018 MR. MICHAEL EDMOND | P.O BOX 54 GOROKA EASTERN HIGHLANDS PROVINCE PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works 341,943.00
PROJECT MANAGER FOR CIVIL WORKS 1 FOR SHHIP ASSIGNMENT LOCATION-LAE MOROBE PROVINCE Grant 0538 01 Jul 2018 MR. LALIO ERASI | P.O BOX 25 WATERFRONT KONEDOBU BOROKO NCD PAPUA NEW GUINEA Department of Works 341,943.00
INTERNATIONAL TEAM LEADER (CIVIL WORKS SPECIALIST) Grant 0538 30 Jul 2018 MR RICHARD KITSON | 52B TINIO ST ADDINGTON HILLS MANDALUYONG CITY METRO MANILA PHILIPPINES Department of Works 677,376.00
CONTRACT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST Grant 0538 16 Jul 2018 PURNENDU PATHAK | 2068 SECTOR B/2 VASANT KUNJ NEW DELHI-110070 INDIA Department of Works 520,051.00
MR. JAYAPAL JAYARAJ - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST - PMO CONSULTANT Loan 3547 23 May 2018 JAYAPAL JAYARAJ | 4 WILFRED CREST, GLEN WAVERLIE VICTORIA AUSTRALIA Department of Works 629,990.00 226,796.00
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARDS SPECIALIST Loan 3547 05 Nov 2018 HOANG TRUNG THANH | 512A-H8, THANH XUAN NAM WARD THANH XUAN DISTRICT,HANOI THAILAND Department of Works 629,470.00 226,609.20

Procurement Plan

Title Document Type Document Date
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program - Tranche 1: Procurement Plan Procurement Plans Jun 2019