NHAP – Hakla-Yarik Dera Ismail Khan Motorway – Pakistan - Project Profile
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The National Highway Authority Pakistan (NHAP) is undertaking the construction of a motorway in Pakistan.
The project involves the construction of four-lane 285km Section of the Hakla (M-1)–Yarak Motorway. It is being developed in five sections as follows:
- The US$125 million first section includes the construction of 40km from Yarik (on the N-55) to Rahmani Kheil
- The US$159 million second section includes 63km from Pindi Gheb to the Hakla Motorway M-1
- The US$194 million third section includes 55km from the Mianwali Beruli (Kot baliaan Road) to Tarap
- The US$201 million fourth section includes 62km from Trap (Tarap) to Pindi Gheb
- The fifth section includes 65km from Rahman Khel to Mianwali (Kot Balian Road). The section is divided into three segments, a bridge over the River Indus and two road segments of 25km each.
The project also includes the construction of 15 bridges (4 lane), three major bridges (6 lane) one at River Sawan, one at River Indus and third at River Koram, 74 underpasses, 19 flyovers (6 lanes), 259 culverts, 11 interchanges, and the installation of signalling and safety systems. The expressway will have 100m wide right of way (ROW) to convert the four (04) lane facility to six (06) lanes in future.
National Engineering Services Pakistan (Pvt) Limited (NESPAK) appointed to design the project.
On November 18, 2015, the prequalification process was initiated for the invitation of pre qualification (IoP) for the package I to V.
The funding is approved by the National Economic Council (ECNEC) and being provided by the government of Pakistan and Planning Commission (PC1). The government earmarked US$283 million under the Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) for 2015-16 for the initial three packages and US$207 million in the PSDP for 2016-17.
In April 2016, the project received approval from The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec) subject to formal confirmation of the route.
In the first quarter of 2016, NHAP has invited bids from contractors to undertake Hakla (M-1)–Yarak Motorway section I with a due date on March 14, 2016.
Four companies have filed bids for the project. They are National Logistic Cell (NLC), Limak Insaat Sanayi Ve Ticaret A. S, Frontier Works Organisation and China Gezhouba Group. Out of four bids, NHAP has disqualified China Gezhouba Group as they failed to meet the NHAP requirements and qualified other three bidders. NLC has been selected as the lowest bidder for the Section I.
In April 2016, a construction contract for the Section I from Yarik (on the N-55) to Rahmani Kheil awarded to National Logistics Cell (NLC).
On May 17, 2016, a groundbreaking ceremony held marking the start of construction.
On June 1, 2016, the NHAP issued a request for proposal (RFP) to provide consultancy services for the design review and construction supervision for the section I of the project.
On June 7, 2016, NHAP awarded US$9.3 million design review and construction supervision contract for the Section I to Techno-Consult International.
On June 15, 2016, a construction contract for the section IV from Tarap-Pindi Gheb awarded to a joint venture (JV) of Limak Construction-ZKB Engineers & Constructors (ZKB).
On June 30, 2016, a construction contract for the section III from Mianwali Beruli (Kot Baliaan Road)-Tarap awarded to Frontier Works Organization (FWO).
On July 19, 2016, NHAP awarded US$8.9 million design review and construction supervision contract for the Section IV to a joint venture (JV) of Associated Consulting Engineers (ACE) and Associated Consultancy Centre (Pvt) Ltd (ACC).
In September 2016, NHA approved the construction of Hakla-Pindi Gheb under the section II.
On December 14, 2016, bids are invited for the package 2A and 2B under section V with a due date on January 30, 2017.
In April 2017, NHA awarded a US$87 million construction contract for the package 2A of section V from Rahman Khel to Mianwali (Kot Balian Road) to a joint venture of SKB Engineering and Construction and KNK Construction.
In April 2017, bids invited for the Package 2C (6.54 Km including Indus Bridge) under section V, with a due date on May 4, 2017.
On April 24, 2017, NHA pre-bid meeting held for the implementation of Package 2D (13.4 Km road) under section V. Seven companies comprising Khalid Rauf & Co (Rrt) Ltd, Sultan Mahmood & Co., Hasas Const. (hrt) Ltd, Mishal Sania Limited, SKB, GRC (Rrt) Ltd., and SMADB participated in the meeting. The final submission of bids is scheduled on May 10, 2017.
In May 2017, the Planning Commission has proposed US$359 million for the year 2018.
In July 2017, 21% construction works were completed on the first section, 16% construction works were completed on the second section, 8% construction works were completed on the third section and 17% construction works were completed on the fourth section.
Construction activities are underway on the first four section of the project. The entire project is slated for completion by the fourth quarter of 2018.
The project involves the construction of a four-lane 285km Section of the Hakla (M-1)–Yarak Motorway in Pakistan.
The US$1,215 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 15 bridges with four lanes
2. Construction of 74 underpasses
3. Construction of 19 flyovers with six lanes
4. Construction of 259 culverts
5. Construction of 11 interchanges
6. Installation of signaling and safety systems
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