Sheikh Zayed Airport

The existing Runway pavement sections / thickness for Boeing 747-400 and Airbus operations are considered structurally inadequate and need further investigation and strengthening with an adequate overlay. The Department of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan has desired to upgrade the existing Runway and Apron for his highness’ visit to Rahim Yar Khan. With this in view a reconsideration of existing runway, taxiway and apron pavements have been made and appropriate provisions have been proposed for consideration and provision of operational facilities for operating B-747-400 Domestic Aircraft.

Indus Highway Phase I, II & III

Indus Highway Phase I & II comprises the Rehabilitation of 58 km Kotri- Manjhand section in Sindh and 36 km Karak- Karappa section in NWFP. The last phase of the construction connects the three provinces of Sindh, Punjab and the Frontier. Due to the difficulties faced in the rehabilitation of the existing Phase-I and Phase-II roads, it was decided that 450 km Phase-III roads would be constructed on totally new alignment. The alignment passes through the cities of Rajanpur, Dera Ghazi Khan in Punjab and Dera Ismail Khan in N.W.F.P.

This Project (Phase I, II & III) includes design of 70 main Bridges, 20 Overhead Bridges, several drainage structures including 50 box culverts, some overpasses across the railway track and a toll plaza.

D. I. Khan-Mughal Kot section

The project work consists of rehabilitation and improvement of D.I.Khan to Mughal Kot Road (125 km) section of National Highway (N-50) between D.I.Khan to Zhob, passing through D.I.Khan district and FATA, at a foot of Kohe-Suleman Range. It is an inter province link between NWFP` and Balochistan. Since D.I.Khan to D.G.Khan is flood prove area, therefore this route will also provide an alternative link between NWFP and Karachi during the flood period. This Project includes 11 Bridges & 323 Culverts.

The existing road is a single lane and shall be improved into a proper two-lane carriageway. The road shall play the significant role in the future development of the area.

Mass Transit Priority Corridor 1

The project was awarded to a consortium of international bidders lead by SNC Leuvlin of Canada, at a total price of 550 million dollars. This corridor was assigned the highest priority among the six corridors proposed in the feasibility study. This project was conducted in four phases because the client did not have access to funds allocated for the design of this project. These phases include the Environmental impact analysis, Involuntary resettlement plan, Preliminary design, Detailed design and Preparation of tender documents, on BOT basis.

Various Roads in Al-Ain

The project comprises the consultancy services of Various Roads and parking lots in Al-Ain and its Suburbs (Sector -6 & 7) for construction of Roads, Parking, Street Lighting and Storm Water Drainage System.

West Extension of Al Foah

The project comprises consultancy services for the construction of Sewerage & Stormwater Networks, Internal Roads, Parking, Street Lighting for the West Extension of Al Foah area.

Gizri Creek in DHA

The project comprises the Dredging in the Navigation Channel of Marina Club to keep it operative even in the lowest tidal conditions; Slope Protection by constructing a new Protection Wall from Marina club to Savor Restaurant; Making a cleaner Environment by removing the intoxicants/ pollutants from the Gizri Creek and Associated Back filling works.

Limpopo Railway & bridges

The Limpopo Railway Line runs from Maputo (capital and port city of Mozambique) to the border with Zimbabwe and serves as a major trade link between the neighbor countries. The approximately 275 Km long railway was severely damaged during floods in the year 1998 and 1999. The Project comprises the repair and rehabilitation of affected sections including railway and bridges.

Gwadar Rail Link

Pakistan Railways intends to provide a railway link from Gwadar Deep Sea Port to the existing railway network near Quetta. The purpose of this railway link is to capture the present and future freight traffic of Gwadar Port.

Baberlo-Ghotki Section

The Additional Carriageway Baberlo-Ghotki Section, National Highway N-5 (Contract GOP-3) covers approximately 59 kms in length and runs parallel to the existing N-5 [National Highway]. This section passes through some difficult terrain like heavy rock cuts and water logged areas. The project starts at a junction after Baberlo town from where a road going towards west leads to Sukkur city over a Sukkur barrage on river Indus and terminates at approximately 4.5 kms before Ghotki city. It includes 2 bypasses, 10 canal bridges, 1 overhead bridge, 1 underpass, 70 box and 68 pipe culverts. The road consists of 7.3 m carriageway with 3m and 1.5m double surface dressed shoulders. The bypasses are located at Rohri and Pano Aqil town.