MAJOR PROJECTS BEING HANDLED by CPWD

 

1           Works for Sports Authority of India

a.      Commonwealth Games-2010

·        Upgradation of existing infrastructure for the five major stadia of the Sports Authority of India at New Delhi . These are as under:

        1.      Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium

2.      Indira Gandhi Indoor stadium

3.      Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range

4.      Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium

5.      SPM Swimming Pool Complex

                         Project completed and handedover

b.     Major programmes/ schemes implemented

·        Development of standardized the contracts/specifications etc. for modern hockey fields and synthetic athletic tracks

·        Laying of synthetic tracks for athletics and hockey at many locations

2             Development of Roads in Bihar

·        Rashtrya Sam Vikas Yojna:

       A Tripartite MoU was signed on 27-04-2005 among CPWD, Govt. of Bihar & MoRTH, Govt. of India for Development of State Highways under Rastriya Sam Vikas Yojana (RSVY). The total scope of work given to CPWD for strengthening and widening of Roads was for 2044.63 km but restricted to 1715.280 km. The project with the revised cost of Rs. 2727.89 Cr. is to be completed by 2012-13. The entire work was been divided in 34 Road packages, 25 Bridge packages and 3 Road Signage packages. The expenditure from 2006 - 07 to end of the year 2011-12 is Rs. 2315.94 Cr. with 95% physical progress. The progress of the works due to delay in forest clearance, land acquisition problem for approach roads of newly constructed bridges, non shifting of utilities by BSEB, Govt. of Bihar and delay in approval of Revised Estimate by Planning Commission, Govt. of India etc. Out of the Road length of 1690 km. completed, 1043.71 km has so far been handed over to RCD, Govt. of Bihar. The remaining Road length of 24.65 km. is likely to be completed by June 2012 and the entire road length is targeted to be handed over to RCD by Dec 2012. Out of 114 bridges, 85 bridges have been completed and opened to traffic with balance 29 bridges likely to be completed by March 2013 including construction of approaches of bridges for which work is being taken up.

 

·        Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojna

·       1841 Km of Rural Roads in 4 districts in Bihar costing Rs. 1010 Cr.

·  CPWD is constructing Rural Roads under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana in Bihar in districts of Begusarai, Darbhanga, Madhubani and Samastipur. A Circle dedicated to PMGSY works under a Project Manager opened in June-2005. Connectivity being provided to unconnected villages having population of 1000 and more under Bharat Nirman Yojana by construction of link roads and associated through routes.Fund for the construction cost is being released by Ministry of Rural Development and for Maintenance by the State Government directly.

·  The work is challenging in the sense that these are located in remote areas where access is very difficult. A number of places are flood affected and remains cut off during rains. Adequate Cross drainage work in the form of pipe culverts, slab culverts, minor bridges and a few major bridges are being provided. Many of the area has law and order problem as antisocial elements like Naxalites and other criminals are very active. The contractors are few and unprofessional and had been reluctant to tender for fear of anti-social element.

·  The contract is drawn on the basis of Standard Bidding Document (SBD) as approved by NRRDA which is based on the World Bank pattern. Note worthy feature of SBD is that each contract has a defect liability and maintenance period of 5 Years after construction. It is a fixed cost contract and no cost escalation or cost compensation clause exists.

·  As per the specification of rural road, PMGSY roads are being constructed with carriageway width of 3.75m and Roadway width of 7.5m. The road crust consists of two layers of WBM (Gr. II & Gr III)  layers each 75mm thick over granular subbase thickness of which is about 200 mm based on CBR of subgrade and traffic conditionsk. 20mm thick premix carpeting layer has been provided as wearing course. In the inhabitated areas or wherever there are chances of waterlogging due to inadequate drainage, cement concrete roads 190mm thick with M30 grade of concrete over 150mm thick granular subbase layer have been provided.

·  Detailed Status of work as on April 2012 is as below:-

 

Particulars

Length

(KM)

Const. Cost

(Rs. in Lakh)

Maint. Cost

(Rs. in Lakh)

Total

(Rs. in Lakh)

i.

Total Length of road approved by MORD

1841

101065 

8588

109653 

ii.

Work awarded

1841 

99632 

8520

108152

 

(a)

Work completed

1224 

59257 

5087 

64344

 

(b)

Works in progress

617 

40375

3433 

43808 

·  Most of the running works are in advance stage of progress and targeted to be completed by December 2012.

3        Construction of General Pool Accommodation

·        General Pool Office Accommodation At CBD, Shahdara,Delhi

      The General Pool Office Complex at Sub-Central Business District Shahdra, Delhi on a plot measuring 1.9 Acres has been constructed by the CPWD. CPWD architect planned the building as GPOA with double basement for parking. Building is having two front blocks G+4 and rear blocks as G+6 with two tier basement. The total plinth area of the building is 17343 sqm including basement area of 6607 sqm. Sanction of Rs. 43.14 Cr. was received from MOUD on 01.04.2008. Entire project was divided into 8 broad packages for the execution purpose. The work physically started in the month of July 2008 and completed in Oct 2011.    ....more

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·        Residential:

·       350 Quarters have been added during 2007-08.

·       45 quarters have been added up to December 2008.

·        Non-residential :

·       5790 sqm of accommodation completed during 2007-08.

·       Office Accomodation at Delhi, Hyderabad and  Port Blair (In Progress)

4        Border Roads, Fencing & Flood Lighting Works

·         Construction of Border Roads, Fencing & Flood Lighting Works along Indo-Pak Border, Indo-Bangladesh Border and approach roads to Indo-China Border in Sikkim and Uttaranchal.

·         Maintenance of the infrastructure created along the Indo-Bangladesh Border in the form of 2558 Km roads, bridges, flood lighting etc.

5       Works for Inland Waterways Authority of India

·        Facilitate development of the Inland waterways for transportation of goods and people in India similar to that of National Highways but at a much more economical rate.

·        Planning and designing & execution of ‘jetties’ at Guwahati and Patna . 

6       Construction of permanent houses for tsunami affected people of A&N Islands

·        Out of 9797 houses to be built for the Tsunami affected people in the Islands 7966 are being built by CPWD.

·        2704 houses have been completed up to December 2008.

 7   New Afghan Parliament

       The Afghan Parliament Building at Kabul is being constructed by Govt of India in aid of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan at a total cost of Rs. 710.00 Crore. This comprises of Parliament Block proper having two large Assembly Halls, with Dome of 32 mtr dia and 14.5 mtr height with copper cladding over main Assembly Hall, Entrance Hall, General Purpose Wing and a made up basement below the artificially elevated ground as also a separate multipurpose Service Block. The number of storeys in Parliament Block varies from 2 to 3 above the artificially elevated ground level excluding basement. The service block consists of only normal basement and single storey above ground floor. Total plinth area of the proposed building is 28370 sqm. (approx) including made up basement of 8000 sqm (approx) and normal basement of 1700 sqm. The House of People (locally called as Wolesi Jirga) has a normal seating capacity of 256 and future provision of 38 seats. During Joint Session of both the houses, the inner lobby of this block shall have additional space for provision of seating of members of Senate and others, presently 170 seats plus 20 future seats. Provision for press gallery and visitor gallery has also been kept. The Upper House (locally called as Meshrano Jirga) will presently have a seating capacity for 134 seats (120 members with a future provision of 14 members). The flooring consists of Superior Type Wooden flooring, Granite and Marble in combination, Superior type Granite flooring, Makrana white Marble flooring, Marble Flooring and Carpet Flooring. There is provision of Wall Paneling, Acoustic Treatment and False Ceiling also in certain important areas. A fountain is also provided in the central portion of entrance block over which a Glass Dome of 17m diameter shall be provided at the roof level. Local stone called as Samangan Marble is being used for external cladding to address the sentiments of local Afghan people. A Service Block cum covered parking shall house Electric Sub Station, A.C. Plant, Boilers, D.G. Set and covered car parking for 56 cars. A Single Storied Reception block has also been constructed at the entrance of the Parliament Complex. The work was awarded to an Indian Joint venture firm in December 2008 and is targeted to be completed by June, 2013. A project team of CPWD officers has been stationed at Kabul for execution.

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8        Office Building for Ministry of External Affairs at New Delhi - Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan

·  Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan, the headquarters office building of the Ministry of External Affairs at Janpath,New Delhi,is a contemporary state-of-the-art building in complete harmony with its environment and surrounding architecture of Edwin lutyen’s.

·  Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan is the first ECBC compliant Govt. Building which will have Green Building Certification with ‘LEEDS’. The plot of land measuring 7.785 Acres (31,504 sqm.) is situated on the crossing of Maulana Azad road and Janpath. The total built up area of the building is 59,475 sqm including basement area of 28,075 sqm to accommodate parking and services such as electric sub-station, pump room, DG set etc. The total cost of the project is apprx. Rs. 232 Cr.    ....more

9        Kendriya  Vidyalayas at various locations in the country.

10  Tsunami Reconstruction Plan of Andaman and Nicobar Island

11   Execution of works related to the Health sector by CPWD

            ·   Currently CPWD is also involved in planning, designing and up-gradation of 4 hospitals at Jammu, Srinagar, Varanasi and Dhanbad under Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna. The work of up-gradation of I.M.S., BHU, Varanasi was entrusted to CPWD by M.H. & F.W. vide No. Z-29013/1/2004-SSH dated 21.9.2006 for comprehensive planning, designing and execution.   M/s Hospitech Management Consultants Pvt.Ltd., Consultant was appointed for comprehensive planning and designing consultancy.  The D.P.R-1 for Rs. 72.95 crores was submitted before P.M.C. on 20.2.2008 which was accepted with the direction to invite the tenders.  Work has been awarded to M/s Era Infra Engg. Ltd.., New Delhi with tendered amount of Rs.52.15 crores.estimated date of completion is 06.06.2010.
 About 50% Hospital area shall be air-conditioned with latest energy effective screw chilling plant as per ECBC norms.  Un-interrupted power supply in emergency shall be meet out with UPS - 2X100 KVA and D.G. sets 2000 KVA with standby arrangement.  The building shall also equipped with voice communication centre with EAPBX for 1000 lines and LAN and IBMS with C.C.T.V.  All mandatory provisions like fire fighting, re-cycling of waste have also to be provided. The Hospital shall provide facilities for General Surgery, Neurosurgery, Cardiothoracic surgery, Orthopedics and its allied Super Specialties with composite care hook up. The completion of work shall be made in 20 months.

                                                       Upgradation of Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU, Varanasi