July 25, 2012

Islamabad to go electricity load shedding free city

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has invited local and international firms to provide consultancy for preparation of feasibility studies, design preparation and supervision of a power project to turn Islamabad a load-shedding free city.

The CDA has already signed a memorandum of understanding with a Chinese firm to extend assistance in executing the project under which the authority would install two 100 megawatts coal power plants.

The project had been envisaged in view of the deteriorating energy crisis when the residents of the federal capital had also been bearing the power outages for prolonged durations and once the project is executed, Islamabad will be free from power outages.

The consultants will be responsible for carrying out the feasibility studies, tender level design, tender documents, bid evaluation, award of contract and supervision of the construction activity.

As per CDA’s conditions, the consultancy firms may also associate or form a joint venture with the firms to enhance their qualifications subject to the maximum three firms as per Pakistan Engineering Council regulations.

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This news is also published in Express Tribune: CDA seeks load-shedding free Islamabad

Project Title: Consultancy Services for Feasibility Studies, Design Preparation of Tender/Procurement Documents & Construction / Supervision of 2x100 MW Local Coal Fired Power Project at Islamabad.
Description Consultancy Services for Feasibility Studies, Design Preparation of Tender/Procurement Documents & Construction / Supervision of 2x100 MW Local Coal Fired Power Project at Islamabad.The EOIs shall be submitted till 15-08-2012 by 11:30 A.M
Publish Date Tuesday, July 24, 2012 Last Date for Application Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Concerned Directorate Sector Development (E&M) Directorate
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The authority will welcome applications from interested consultancy firms by August 15, 2012 and has assured to carry out pre-qualification as per the Pakistan Engineering Council and Public Procurement Regulatory Authority rules.

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