Papua New Guinea : Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2

Sovereign Project | 48444-005

The Highlands region of Papua New Guinea (PNG) consists of seven landlocked provinces where approximately 40% of the country's 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 that serve as an engine of growth for the national economy. Characterized by relative high levels of the national agricultural production of fresh produce and cash crops, mainly coffee, tea, and cocoa. The region contributes a third of gross domestic product, while the region's mineral and petroleum resources account for nearly 80% of national exports. The 430 kilometer (km) long 2-lane national Highlands Highway is the lifeline for the Highlands region connecting 1,800 km of regional and feeder roads and serving the region's people, particularly those in the rural hinterland.

Project Details

  • Project Officer
    Ono, Masayoshi
    Sectors Group
    Request for information
  • Country/Economy
    Papua New Guinea
  • Sector
    • Transport
Project Name Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2
Project Number 48444-005
Country / Economy Papua New Guinea
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 4094-PNG: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2
Ordinary capital resources US$ 285.00 million
Loan 4095-PNG: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2
Concessional ordinary capital resources lending US$ 40.00 million
Loan: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2
OPEC Fund for International Development US$ 50.00 million
Operational Priorities OP1: Addressing remaining poverty and reducing inequalities
OP2: Accelerating progress in gender equality
OP3: Tackling climate change, building climate and disaster resilience, and enhancing environmental sustainability
OP6: Strengthening governance and institutional capacity
Sector / Subsector

Transport / Road transport (non-urban) - Transport policies and institutional development

Gender Effective gender mainstreaming
Description The Highlands region of Papua New Guinea (PNG) consists of seven landlocked provinces where approximately 40% of the country's 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 that serve as an engine of growth for the national economy. Characterized by relative high levels of the national agricultural production of fresh produce and cash crops, mainly coffee, tea, and cocoa. The region contributes a third of gross domestic product, while the region's mineral and petroleum resources account for nearly 80% of national exports. The 430 kilometer (km) long 2-lane national Highlands Highway is the lifeline for the Highlands region connecting 1,800 km of regional and feeder roads and serving 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

Opportunity for equality and prosperity in rural areas increased (Papua New Guinea Development Strategic Plan, 2010-2030)

Well-integrated, safe, affordable, and financially and environmentally sustainable transport systems attained that will efficiently serve the economy and people of PNG (National Transport Strategy: Volume 3-Detailed Strategy, 2013)

A safe, reliable, and sustainable national road network developed and maintained (National Road Network Strategy, 2018-2037)

Project Outcome
Description of Outcome

Efficiency and safe movement of people, goods, and services between the Highlands Region and markets increased

Progress Toward Outcome

1. Contracts were awarded for 3 civil works packages. BCW1 and BCW2 were both signed on 30 June 2022. BCW3 was signed on 22 December 2022.

A). BCW1 will replace 14 bridges and rehabilitate 21 bridges, a total of 35 bridges. The Designs for the 35 bridges have been completed and approved for rehabilitation and construction. 3 out of the 21 bridges for rehabilitation has commenced and is ongoing. Detour construction for 3 out of the 14 bridges for replacement is ongoing and the substructure and superstructure are yet to commence.

B). BCW2 will replace 14 bridges and rehabilitate 5 bridges, a total of 19 bridges. Designs for 13 out of the 19 bridges have been completed and approved for construction and rehabilitation. Rehabilitation for the 5 bridges are completed. For the replacement, detour construction completed for 8 out of the 14 bridges, substructure completed for 3 bridges and superstructures are yet to commence.

C). BCW3 will replace 17 bridges. Designs for 6 out of the 17 bridges have been completed and approved for construction. Detour construction is ongoing for 3 bridges and the substructure and superstructure are yet to commence.

2. Contract awarded for Consulting Services for Construction Supervision CS1 and CS2. CS1 Contract was signed on 5 July 2022 and CS2 contract signed on 26 July 2022.

3. BAMS Consulting Services contract signed on 29 June 2022. and commenced work. Bridge Inspection Trainings of DOWH staff are ongoing with the new BAMS for data input and analysis. 73 bridges inspection and data inputs and analysis has been completed out of 400 bridges.

Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

71 bridges along the national Highlands Highway between Lae Nadzab Airport and Kagamuga Airport in Mount Hagen upgraded to meet current national design standards and mitigate climate change risks

capacity of the Department of Works and Implementation (DOW) to design, construct, and manage all bridges in the national highway network increased.

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

Included in civil works contracts.

To be assessed during implementation.

So far construction of the first new bridge has concrete steps

to the river for easy access. Contractor and EA have been reminded of this wash points.

Civil works contract packages awarded. To be conducted once construction commences and assessed during implementation. Contractor has been advised during recent review mission of this social responsibility and they plan to do awareness. We expect some outcome in 2024.

1. Contracts were awarded for 3 civil works packages. BCW1 and BCW2 were both signed on 30 June 2022. BCW3 was signed on 22 December 2022.

Contractors for the 3 civil works have commenced works.

2. Items:

(i) designs for pedestrian walkways and barriers have been included in the bridge designs; and

(ii) to be assessed during implementation.

3. Contract awarded for consulting service package (CS1) and signed on 5 July 2022. Consulting Services package (CS2) and BAMS consulting services signed on 26th July and 28th June 2022 respectively.

1. Contracts were awarded for 3 civil works packages. BCW1 and BCW2 were both signed on 30 June 2022. BCW3 was signed on 22 December 2022.

1. BCW1 will replace 14 bridges and rehabilitate 21 bridges, a total of 35 bridges. The Designs for the 35 bridges have been completed and approved for rehabilitation and construction. 3 out of the 21 bridges for rehabilitation has commenced and is ongoing. Detour construction for 3 out of the 14 bridges for replacement is ongoing and the substructure and superstructure are yet to commence.

2. BCW2 will replace 14 bridges and rehabilitate 5 bridges, a total of 19 bridges. Designs for 13 out of the 19 bridges have been completed and approved for construction and rehabilitation. Rehabilitation for the 5 bridges are completed. For the replacement, detour construction completed for 8 out of the 14 bridges, substructure completed for 3 bridges and superstructures are yet to commence.

3. BCW3 will replace 17 bridges. Designs for 6 out of the 17 bridges have been completed and approved for construction. Detour construction is ongoing for 3 bridges and the substructure and superstructure are yet to commence.

2. Contract awarded for consulting service package (CS1) and signed on 5 July 2022. Consulting Services package (CS2) and BAMS consulting services signed on 26th July and 28th June 2022 respectively.

Trave time to be assessed later once bridge civil works are completed.

BAMS Consulting Services contract awarded on 29 June 2022.

Bridge asset management system operations to be assessed during implementation. Trainings have been conducted for the BAMS users in 2023 and will continue into 2024.

BAMS Consulting Services contract awarded on 29 June 2022.

This will be assessed once BAMS consultants commence work.

Trainings have been conducted for the BAMS users in 2023 and will continue into 2024.

Geographical Location Nation-wide
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement B
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects The DOW has updated the environmental assessment and review framework prepared for the program. It has conducted an initial environmental examination (IEE), which confirms that tranche 2 activities have no adverse environmental impact, and any potential temporary impacts during construction can be mitigated. The IEE reports and environmental monitoring plans will be updated, if necessary, after the detailed designs are completed by the contractor, and ADB will review them to check their compliance with ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement. An updated framework and the IEE reports have been disclosed in ADB website.
Involuntary Resettlement The alignment of some replacement bridges will be changed to improve traffic safety and bridge sustainability. This will trigger involuntary acquisition of land for permanent and temporary use. There will be some impacts on assets and improvements (crops, trees, and bamboo grooves). The DOW has prepared resettlement plans, which have been disclosed to the affected people and disclosed on the ADB website. Further updates to the plans, will be made after the detailed designs are completed and disclosed after ADB approval.
Indigenous Peoples No person who can be defined as indigenous is in the project areas.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design The affected people, key stakeholder communities have been consulted during the project preparatory stage and the preparation of the resettlement plan. Such meaningful consultations shall continue throughout the project development cycle, including while updating the plan. All community members and clan leaders and their members, including women, have expressed their full support for the project implementation also during consultations undertaken as part of the project preparations and stakeholder consultation and participation plan.
During Project Implementation The project will comply with both ADB safeguard requirements and PNG laws and regulations applicable to land acquisition and resettlement. To ensure that acquisition of customary land and resettlement activities are carried out properly, DOW will follow the measures included in the overall Investment Program's land acquisition and resettlement framework (LARF), the tranche 1 due diligence, and the tranche 2 resettlement plans (2) including: entitlement and compensation policies, assessment of impacts and preparation/update of due diligence reports, consultation, disclosure and grievance redress, capacity building and support, and monitoring and reporting.
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services Consultants will be recruited in accordance with ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (2013, as amended from time to time)
Procurement

All procurement of goods and works will be undertaken in accordance with ADB's Procurement Guidelines (2015, as amended from time to time). For the civil work contracts, the formula for abnormally low bid is included in ITB 11.3 (d) and a new ITB 38A in Section 2 of the bidding document, which explain details of the formula for abnormally low bid.

International competitive bidding procedure will be used for civil works contracts estimated to cost $5,000,000 or more, and for goods contracts estimated at $2,000,000 or more. National competitive bidding procedure will be used for civil works contracts estimated to cost up to or equal to $5,000,000 and for goods up to or equal to $2,000,000. Shopping will be used for contracts works and goods contracts worth less than $300,000.

Responsible ADB Officer Ono, Masayoshi
Responsible ADB Department Sectors Group
Responsible ADB Division Transport Sector Office (SG-TRA)
Executing Agencies
Department of Works and Highways
Timetable
Concept Clearance -
Fact Finding -
MRM 25 Nov 2020
Approval 06 Aug 2021
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 03 May 2024

Loan 4094-PNG

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
06 Aug 2021 14 Oct 2021 15 Dec 2021 30 Jun 2026 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 285.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 285.00 24 Apr 2024 215.61 0.00 76%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 24 Apr 2024 65.42 0.00 23%

Loan 4095-PNG

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
06 Aug 2021 14 Oct 2021 15 Dec 2021 30 Jun 2026 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 40.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 40.00 24 Apr 2024 28.80 0.00 72%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 24 Apr 2024 8.37 0.00 21%

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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 2: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2023) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jan 2024
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Social Monitoring Report (July-December 2023) Social Monitoring Reports Jan 2024
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Social Monitoring Report (January-June 2023) Social Monitoring Reports Aug 2023
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-December 2023) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jul 2023
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Social Monitoring Report (January-December 2022) Social Monitoring Reports Jan 2023
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-December 2022) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jan 2023
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Jogi River Bridge–Waghi River Bridge Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Feb 2020
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Erap River Bridge–Kabalipi River Bridge Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Feb 2020
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Nadzab-Goroka Section Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jan 2020
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Goroka-Kagamuga Section Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jan 2020

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

None currently available.


Related Publications

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
National Social Safeguards Specialist 1 Individual - Consulting Closed
National Project Manager - Coordination Individual - Consulting Closed
National IT Officer Individual - Consulting Closed
National Project Manager 1 (Civil Engineering - Structures) Individual - Consulting Closed
International Bridge Engineer - Design & Construction Supervision Individual - Consulting Closed
National Environmental Safeguards Expert 2 Individual - Consulting Closed
National Principal Coordinator (Social and Environmental Safeguards) Individual - Consulting Closed
National Finance and Administrative Manager Individual - Consulting Closed
National Social Safeguards Specialist 2 Individual - Consulting Closed
National Project Manager 2 (Civil Engineering - Structures) Individual - Consulting Closed
International Environmental Safeguard Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
National Project Manager 3 (Civil Engineering - Structures) Individual - Consulting Closed
National Environmental Safeguards Expert 1 Individual - Consulting Closed
National Social Safeguards Specialist 3 Individual - Consulting Closed
International Project Implementation Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
International Social Safeguard Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
International Road Safety Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Program Director (Tranche 2) PMO GOROKA Individual - Consulting Closed
International Financial Management Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
National Gender Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
International Contract Management Specialist Individual - Consulting Closed
International Bridge Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
National Bridge Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
National Bridge Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
National Surveyor-1 Individual - Consulting Closed
National Surveyor-3 Individual - Consulting Closed
Program Director (Tranche 2), PMO Goroka Individual - Consulting Closed
National Surveyor-2 (48444-005) Individual - Consulting Closed
National Bridge Engineer Individual - Consulting Closed
Project No. 48444-005: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program (SHHIP) – Tranche 2 (BCW3) Invitation for Bids Closed
Project No. 48444-005: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program (SHHIP) – Tranche 2 (BCW1) Invitation for Bids Closed
Project No. 48444-005: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program (SHHIP) – Tranche 2 (BCW2) Invitation for Bids Closed
Construction Supervision Consultant for BCW2 and BCW3 works, and preparatory studies and Detailed Design of (i) Climbing Lanes; (ii) Weigh Stations and (iii) Trade & Logistics Platforms Firm - Consulting Closed
Construction Supervision Consultant for BCW1 works, preparatory studies and Detailed Design of (i) Climbing Lanes; (ii) Weigh Station and (iii) Trade & Logistics Platform Firm - Consulting Closed
Consultancy Services for Development of Bridge Asset Management Systems Firm - Consulting Closed
Project No. 48444-005: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program (SHHIP) – Tranche 2 (BCW1) Invitation for Bids Closed
Project No. 48444-005: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program (SHHIP) – Tranche 2 (BCW2) Invitation for Bids Closed
Project No. 48444-005: Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program (SHHIP) – Tranche 2 (BCW3) Invitation for Bids Closed

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor | Address Executing Agency Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
International Bridge Engineer 4094 02 Jun 2023 MD. Atikur Rahman | Anchor H.N Garden, 409 East Senpara Porbota, Flat A-6 and B-1 Kafrul, Mirpur-13, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh Department of Works and Highways 275,300.00 247,770.00
International Contract Management Specialist Loan 4094 08 May 2023 Dipak Das | Flat No. 408, GKS Pride Block 3 Yapral Balaji Nagar Road, Secunderabad, Hyderabad 500087 India Department of Works and Highways 279,300.00 251,370.00
Surveyor (National) Loan 4094 02 May 2023 Paul Mana Kharimokumane | 11 Miles Northwest of Goroka Town, Kabiufa Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea Department of Works and Highways 207,530.90 185,988.32
National Bridge Engineer Loan 4094 10 May 2023 Siune Andreas Gigmai | Bush-wara (9mile), Sogeri Road, PO Box 860 Waigani, NCD, Papua New Guinea Department of Works and Highways 255,359.99 227,969.26
Detailed Design, Construction and Rehabilitation of Bridges between Mangiro and Kagamuga (BCW3) Loan 4094 09 Jan 2023 China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), China Railway 12th Bureau Group Co., Ltd. (CR12), and China Railway Fifth Survey and Design Institute Group Co., Ltd. (CRFSD) Joint Venture | Section 409, Allotment 14, Block C, Hohola, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea Department of Works and Highways 101,803,680.90 73,462,841.14
Detailed Design, Construction and Rehabilitation of Bridges between Mangiro and Kagamuga (BCW3) Loan 4095 09 Jan 2023 China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), China Railway 12th Bureau Group Co., Ltd. (CR12), and China Railway Fifth Survey and Design Institute Group Co., Ltd. (CRFSD) Joint Venture | Section 409, Allotment 14, Block C, Hohola, National Capital District, Papua New Guinea Department of Works and Highways 101,803,680.90 10,063,402.90
Program Director SHHIP Tranche 2 Loan 4094 28 Dec 2022 Ponege Tenny Poya | Department of Works and Highways Headquarters Department of Works and Highways 279,313.98 251,382.58
Consultancy Services for Development of Bridge Asset Management System (BAMS) Loan 4094 11 Aug 2022 Joint Venture between Finnish Overseas Consultants (FINNOC) Ltd and Sirway Ltd | Metsarinne, 7 B, 04220, Kerava, Finland Department of Works and Highways 2,812,500.00 2,531,250.00
Construction Supervision Consultant for BCW2 and BCW3 works contract and preparatory studies and Detailed Design of (i) Daulo Pass; (ii) Weigh Stations and (iii) Trade and Logistics Platforms in Jiwaka Province Loan 4094 24 Aug 2022 Joint Venture between Bonifica S.p.A. and Renardet S.A. | Via della Camilluccia, 6700135 ROMA (Italia) Department of Works and Highways 15,480,376.57 13,930,595.66
Consultancy Services for Development of Bridge Asset Management System (BAMS) Loan 4095 11 Aug 2022 Joint Venture between Finnish Overseas Consultants (FinnOC) Ltd and Sirway Ltd | Metsarinne, 7 B, 04220, Kerava, Finland Department of Works and Highways 2,812,500.00 281,250.00
Construction Supervision Consultant for BCW2 and BCW3 works contract and preparatory studies and Detailed Design of (i) Daulo Pass; (ii) Weigh Stations and (iii) Trade and Logistics Platforms in Jiwaka Province Loan 4095 24 Aug 2022 Joint Venture between Bonifica S.p.A. and Renardet S.A. | Via della Camilluccia, 6700135 ROMA (Italia) Department of Works and Highways 15,480,376.57 1,547,843.96
Consultancy Services for Construction Supervision (CS1) for BCW1 works contract and Preparatory Studies and Detail Designs Loan 4094 26 Jul 2022 JV between Korea Consultants International Co. Ltd; Dongsung Engineering Co. Ltd; and Ilshin E&C Co., Ltd in Association with T.J Lopia & Associates Ltd. | 7F, Daerung Technotown 15, 401 Simin-daero, Dongan-gu, Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea Department of Works and Highways 11,206,575.02 10,085,917.52
Consultancy Services for Construction Supervision of BCW1 works contract and Preparatory Studies and Detailed Design Loan 4095 26 Jul 2022 JV between Korea Consultants International Co. Ltd; Dongsung Engineering Co. Ltd; and Ilshin E&C Co., Ltd in Association with T.J Lopia & Associates Ltd. | 7F, Daerung Technotown 15, 401 Simin-daero, Dongan-gu, Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea Department of Works and Highways 11,206,575.02 1,120,657.50
Detailed Design, Construction and Rehabilitation of Bridges from Henganofi to Mangiro (BCW2) Loan 4094 26 Jul 2022 China Wu Yi Co. Limited | P.O Box 203, Waterfront (123) Konedobu, NCD, PNG Department of Works and Highways 69,113,782.90 50,453,061.51
Detailed Design, Construction and Rehabilitation of Bridges from Lae Nadzab to Henganofi (BCW1) Loan 4094 26 Jul 2022 Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd | MCC Tower, No.28, Shuguangxili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, People's Republic of China Department of Works and Highways 89,572,366.14 65,387,827.28
Detailed Design, Construction and Rehabilitation of Bridges from Henganofi to Mangiro (BCW2) Loan 4095 26 Jul 2022 China Wuyi Co., Ltd. | P.O Box 203, Waterfront (123) Konedobu, NCD, PNG Department of Works and Highways 69,113,782.90 6,911,378.29
Detailed Design, Rehabilitation and Construction of Bridges Between Lae Nadzab and Henganofi (BCW1) Loan 4095 26 Jul 2022 Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd | MCC Tower, No.28, Shuguangxili, Chaoyang District, Beijing, People's Republic of China Department of Works and Highways 89,572,366.14 8,957,236.62

Procurement Plan

Title Document Type Document Date
Sustainable Highlands Highway Investment Program, Tranche 2: Procurement Plan Procurement Plans May 2021