Consultancy Services for Review of Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design of Fort Portal-Bundibugyo Road

Project Name: Consultancy Services for Review of Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design of Fort Portal-Bundibugyo Road

Country:

UGANDA

Project Location within Country:

Fort Portal, Bundibugyo Districts

Professional Staff Provided by your Company:

Hydrologist, Materials Engineer, Surveyor, Land Valuer and Environmentalist

Name of Client:

Ministry of Works, Housing and Communications/Road Agency Formation Unit

No. of staff:

5

Address of Client:

Plot H Yusuf Lule Road, P.O. Box 28487, Kampala

Duration of Assignment:

6 Months

Start Date (month / year)

November 2006

Completion Date (month / year)

April 2007

Approx. Value of Services / Financing Agency:

US$ 345,000, GOU

Names of Associated Firm(s) if any:

TYPSA

No. of Man-Months of Professional Staff Provided by Associated Firm(s):

15

Positions of senior staff involved:

  • Javier Nernandez – Team Leader
  • Norberto Diez – Highway Design Engineer
  • C. Koojo - Environmentalist
  • L. Yiga – Hydrologist
  • Juan Domingo BridgeStructural Engineer
  • Alfonso Santiago - Transport Economist
  • Jose R.G. Pachon - Contracts Engineer
  • Richard Akuze - surveyor
  • Solomon Balinda - Land Valuer

Detailed Narrative Description of project:

Consultancy Services for Review of Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design of the Road

Detailed Description of Actual Services provided by your company:

(iv) Assess the level of deterioration of the road since the original study was undertaken
(v) Review the feasibility study prepared by the original design consultants in 1993 and carry out an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) as well as a Social Impact Assessment (SIA) in accordance with the requirements
(vi) Review and update the detailed design and draft bidding documents prepared by Sabbour Associates in association with Mott MacDonald and Serefaco Consultants in 1996
(vii) Prepare bidding documents based on the reviewed and updated detailed designs for the upgrading works. These documents should be suitable for international competitive bidding and in accordance with the January 2000 edition guidelines of the ADB concerning procurement works
(viii) Prepare an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and a full Resettlement Action Plan and conduct surveys to identify and value property that will be affected by the upgrading works and the establishment of the road reserve.
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