NESPAKNational Engineering Services Pakistan Pvt Limited
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Talking to TOO, Mahmood Malik, regional manager, NESPAK, said the project was going to be completed by the contractor, who is awarded the contract to build the complex.
The GEHF, NESPAK and other stakeholders will conduct a new survey to sort out the matter, the source said.
Being consultants, NESPAK acted as engineer in administering civil works contract, reviewing and approving detailed design and construction drawings for project, ensuring that permanent and temporary works were designed and constructed in accordance with the provisions of the contracts and international sea port standards and advised the client on all matters concerning implementation of contracts including quality control.
With this magnificent head start, the company soon expanded rapidly to accommodate the substantial business, which has kept pouring in since then, and by now, NESPAK has rendered engineering services at 3050 projects with a cumulative cost of Rs 6800 billion ($167 billion), yielding a revenue of over Rs.
Ahmed Hassan, Chief Secretary Khizar Hayat Gondal, Commissioner Rawalpindi, Managing Director Punjab Metro Bus Authority, Chairman Planning and Development, Commissioner Lahore Division, Managing Director NESPAK, Director General LDA and senior officials attended the meeting whereas former MNA Hanif Abbasi participated in the meeting through video link from Commissioner Office Rawalpindi.
On the occasion the Prime Minister has directed CAA and NESPAK to come up with variety of designs so that the appropriate choice could be made.
The works are being executed under strict supervision of NESPAK and WAPDA Engineers.
Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metro Pus Project Director Zahid Saeed, MD NESPAK, Hanif Abbasi and others.
Civil Aviation Authority and NESPAK made a detailed presentation to the Prime Minister on the expansion plan.
Chairman Planning & Development, Chairman Punjab Power Development Company, Managing Directors NESPAK and NTDC,
The Special Economic Zone Authority at Duqm (SEZAD), which is supervising the development of the hub, picked up NESPAK from amongst a field of about 12 domestic and global engineering consultancy companies that bid for the contract.
The Prime Minister directed Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and NESPAK to come up with variety of designs so that the appropriate choice could be made.