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1.

African Development Bank

Ebonyi State Ring Road Project

  • 29 Million
  • Nigeria
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Ebonyi State Ring Road Project
Company Name African Development Bank
Funded By 3
Country Nigeria , Western Africa
Project Value 29 Million
Project Detail

The Ebonyi State Ring Road Project aims to provide improved and sustainable access to economic opportunities and social services, and to enhance the capacity of relevant government institutions to deliver development targets and subsequently, to enhance the socio-economic development of the State. It will support economic and social development programmes of Ebonyi State and Nigeria as a whole through efficient and cost-effective movement of passengers and freight, especially agricultural produce. The Project intends to rehabilitate 177.81km of existing bituminous roads comprising the four (4) sections of the Ebonyi State Ring Road as follows: (i) Section I: 135 Ohaukwu - Onueke (35.48 km), (ii) Section II: Onueke - Nwezenyi (52.42 km), (iii) Section III: Nwezenyi - Ndoko (50.99 km), and (iv) Section IV: Ndoko - Ezzamgbo (38.91 km)), total 177.81 km. The road will also contribute to reduction of poverty through support to agricultural growth and mining, as well as fostering regional integration between Nigeria and Cameroon. The Ebonyi State Ring Road Project comprises: (a) civil works for the rehabilitation to bitumen standard of sections of the Ebonyi State Ring Road as follows: (i) Section I: 135 Ohaukwu - Onueke (35.48 km), (ii) Section II: Onueke - Nwezenyi (52.42 km), (iii) Section III: Nwezenyi - Ndoko (50.99 km), and (iv) Section IV: Ndoko - Ezzamgbo (38.91 km), a total of 177.81 km, as well as (b) consulting services. Project Objectives The purpose of the project is to contribute to economic development through an improved transport system in Ebonyi State.

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Company Name African Development Bank
Web Site https://projectsportal.afdb.org/dataportal/VProject/show/P-NG-DB0-014

2.

Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (FMG)

Eliwana Bulk Earthworks and Roads

  • Plz Refer Document
  • Australia
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Eliwana Bulk Earthworks and Roads
Company Name Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (FMG)
Funded By 107
Country Australia , Australia and New Zealand
Project Value Plz Refer Document
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BGC Contracting have been awarded the contract to deliver bulk earthworks and roads at the $1.7 billion Fortescue Metals Group Eliwana Iron Ore Project, 90km West-Northwest of Tom Price, in the Pilbara, Western Australia. During the six month contract, BGC Contracting will deliver infrastructure including the construction of the Permanent Accommodation Village Earthworks and Access Road, a RFDS Airstrip and a 16km long Construction Access Road. BGC Contracting is carrying out all earthworks and civil works necessary to develop initial road facilities, which will also facilitate connection to near-future construction packages to rail and other infrastructure.

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Company Name Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (FMG)
Address Level 2 87 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6004 Australia Telephone: +61 8 6218 8888 Facsimile: +61 8 6218 8880
Web Site https://www.bgc.cc/projects/project/eliwana-bulk-earthworks-and-roads

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Ministry of Security and Civil Protection (MSPC) - Directorate-General for Civil

Strengthening Climate Resilience in Mali Project

  • 33 Million
  • Mali
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Strengthening Climate Resilience in Mali Project
Company Name Ministry of Security and Civil Protection (MSPC) - Directorate-General for Civil
Funded By 106
Country Mali , Western Africa
Project Value 33 Million
Project Detail

The development objective of the Strengthening Climate Resilience Project for Mali is to improve the provision of and the access to the country’s hydro-meteorological, early warning and emergency response services.It has five components. First component, Capacity Building and Institutional Development will support strengthening of institutional capacities and building human resources capacity of the participating departments and services. This component in the Green Climate Fund (GCF) proposal includes (a) Training and capacity building programs; (b) Enhancing operating frameworks; and, (c) Detailed design and system integration of project activities. Activities and components are now clustered according to hydro-meteorological services (sub-component 1.1), civil protection and flood management (sub-component 1.2) and food security monitoring (sub-component 1.3); Second component, Improvement of Hydro-meteorological and Early Warning Infrastructure will finance the modernization of the observation network, relevant data collection software and hardware, as well as effective communication tools. In addition, the project will finance under this component specialized equipment, vehicles and civil works (refurbishment or extension of existing facilities). This component in the GCF proposal includes (a) Expanding and upgrading hydro-meteorological observation networks; (b) Enhancing data collection and transmission, forecasting and decision support systems; and, (c) Strengthening preparedness and emergency response facilities and operations. Activities and components are now clustered according to hydro-meteorological services (subcomponent 2.1), civil protection and flood management (sub-component 2.2) and food security monitoring (subcomponent 2.3); Third component, Enhancement of Service Delivery and Warning to Communities will assist in the delivery of more accurate

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Company Name Ministry of Security and Civil Protection (MSPC) - Directorate-General for Civil
Address Koffi Hounkpe, Komlan Kounetsron
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P161406?lang=en

4.

Government of Pakistan

REHABILITATE THE MANGLA HYDROELECTRIC PLANT

  • 90 Million
  • Pakistan
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REHABILITATE THE MANGLA HYDROELECTRIC PLANT
Company Name Government of Pakistan
Funded By 103
Country Pakistan , Southern Asia
Project Value 90 Million
Project Detail

The project consists in increasing the production capacity of the Mangla plant by replacing the 6 production units, the oldest ones. These will be dimensioned at the height of fall related to the raising of the dam. All the hydro-mechanical, electromechanical and electrical equipment and the control rooms of the plant will be affected by the renovation and finally, the small civil works will increase the production capacity of the plant to 1.2 GW. IMPACTS The main impacts of the project will be: to improve individual well-being through the provision of electricity and its effects on the economy, to contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, reinforce the capacities of the client. 01/ 01/ 2018 Start date of the project Energy, Employment, Climate sectors

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Company Name Government of Pakistan
Address PUNJAB / AZAD KASHMEER Location
Web Site https://www.afd.fr/fr/rehabiliter-la-centrale-hydroelectrique-de-mangla?origin=/fr

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Government of Pakistan

REHABILITATE THE MANGLA HYDROELECTRIC PLANT

  • 90 Million
  • Pakistan
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REHABILITATE THE MANGLA HYDROELECTRIC PLANT
Company Name Government of Pakistan
Funded By 103
Country Pakistan , Southern Asia
Project Value 90 Million
Project Detail

The project consists in increasing the production capacity of the Mangla plant by replacing the 6 production units, the oldest ones. These will be dimensioned at the height of fall related to the raising of the dam. All the hydro-mechanical, electromechanical and electrical equipment and the control rooms of the plant will be affected by the renovation and finally, the small civil works will increase the production capacity of the plant to 1.2 GW. IMPACTS The main impacts of the project will be: to improve individual well-being through the provision of electricity and its effects on the economy, to contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, reinforce the capacities of the client. 01/ 01/ 2018 Start date of the project Energy, Employment, Climate sectors

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Company Name Government of Pakistan
Address PUNJAB / AZAD KASHMEER Location
Web Site https://www.afd.fr/fr/rehabiliter-la-centrale-hydroelectrique-de-mangla?origin=/fr

6.

National Building Research Organization (NBRO)

Reduction of Landslide Vulnerability by Mitigation Measures (RLVMM) Project

  • 110 Million
  • Sri Lanka
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Reduction of Landslide Vulnerability by Mitigation Measures (RLVMM) Project
Company Name National Building Research Organization (NBRO)
Funded By 117
Country Sri Lanka , Southern Asia
Project Value 110 Million
Project Detail

The project objective is to reduce risk and damage from landslides through the implementation of mitigation measures and enhancement of policy and regulation associated with landslide management. The project has three main components: - Implementation of mitigation measures, including civil works and associated designs and construction supervision/management; - Enhancement of policy, standards and institutional capacity; - Provision of essential facilities and laboratory equipment.

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Company Name National Building Research Organization (NBRO)
Address Mr. Asiri Karunawardena Director General,
Email asiri13@hotmail.com
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/approved/2019/landslide-mitigation.html

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UP Police Traffic Directorate;UP-PWD

Uttar Pradesh Core Road Network Development Project

  • 570 Million
  • India
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Uttar Pradesh Core Road Network Development Project
Company Name UP Police Traffic Directorate;UP-PWD
Funded By 106
Country India , Southern Asia
Project Value 570 Million
Project Detail

The objective of the Uttar Pradesh Core Road Network Development Project is to build capacity for results-focused road safety management in Uttar Pradesh and to improve traffic flows and safety for all road users on selected corridors of the state core road network. There are four components to the project, the first component being network improvement. The Network Improvement component will include pavement strengthening, upgrading (widening and strengthening), and maintenance of about 500 kms high priority SH corridors, part of the defined Core Road Network (CRN). The component shall include civil works, rehabilitation and resettlement (R&R); and associated consulting services and goods. The second component is the Institutional Strengthening of PWD. The main focus of the project in developing the institutional capacity of PWD will be on strengthening asset management practices, which will lead to better planning and prioritization of investments on an objective basis, and on improving the quality management system of PWD. The activities under this component include the operationalization of the Road Asset Management System (RAMS), integrated with Geographic Information System database. The project will support the RAM Division effort in expanding the scope of the data, improving information on traffic volumes and axle loading and extending the analytical capability of the RAMS. The third component is the road safety. This project will support the GoUP in strengthening road safety leadership, policy and coordination arrangements across the state, and the application of the Safe System approach, which places the emphasis on results-focused road safety management, with agreed targets in reduction of road deaths towards Zero Vision and with public accountability of lead agency and agencies in charge of road safety management. This component includes three subcomponents

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Company Name UP Police Traffic Directorate;UP-PWD
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P147864/?lang=en&tab=overview

8.

INAE (Instituto Nacional das Estradas)

Sao Tome e Principe Transport Sector Development and Coastal Protection Project

  • 29 Million
  • Sao Tome And Principe
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Sao Tome e Principe Transport Sector Development and Coastal Protection Project
Company Name INAE (Instituto Nacional das Estradas)
Funded By 106
Country Sao Tome And Principe , Central Africa
Project Value 29 Million
Project Detail

The development objective of the Transport Sector Development and Coastal Protection Project for Sao Tome and Principe is to improve connectivity, sustainability, safety, and climate resilience of selected roads. The project comprises of four components. The first component, road sector institutional strengthening will consolidate the road sector institutional set up and improve road asset management practices with a focus on climate resilience and road safety. It consists of following sub-components: (i) technical and management capacity strengthening of Roads Maintenance Intervention Groups (GIME) and local communities; (ii) strengthening the institutional capacity of the national road fund (FRN) and national institute of roads (INAE); (iii) preparation of the climate vulnerability assessment of the national road network; (iv) implementation of innovative road maintenance and coastal road protection interventions; (v) preparation of a road safety strategy and action plan; (vi) small scale road safety interventions; and (vii) preparation of the detailed engineering design, the bidding documents and the safeguards instrument. The second component, civil works and project supervision consists of following sub-components: (i) rehabilitation and upgrade of the existing national road 1 (EN1) from Sao Tome to Guadalupe; and (ii) construction supervision and quality assurance services. The third component, project management and implementation support consist of following sub-components: (i) support to operation and incremental costs for the project implementation entities - fiduciary agency for project administration (AFAP); and (ii) project management support consultants to fill AFAP and INAE technical and management capacity gaps

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Company Name INAE (Instituto Nacional das Estradas)
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P161842?lang=en

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Ministry of Equipment

Rural Mobility and Connectivity Project

  • 52 Million
  • Niger
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Rural Mobility and Connectivity Project
Company Name Ministry of Equipment
Funded By 106
Country Niger , Western Africa
Project Value 52 Million
Project Detail

The objective of the Rural Mobility and Connectivity Project for Niger is to improve and sustain road access of farming communities to production sites, markets and basic social services in selected areas. The project has 3 components. (1) Improvement of rural transport infrastructure component has 2 subcomponents. Rural roads improvement works subcomponent will finance the improvement into all-season roads of about 650 km of existing unpaved rural roads and also address road safety along the project roads with a focus on ‘safer roads and mobility’ pillar of the United Nations’ resolution on road safety. Therefore, physical road safety features such as speed calming devices at the entry of villages, adequate traffic signs, and reflectors on the drainage structures will be included in the civil works. Small common facilities subcomponent will finance small common facilities requested specifically by women during consultations held at project preparation stage. The proposed facilities, located along the project roads, are designed to contribute to reducing gender disparities between men and women in accessing resources and economic opportunities and to maximize the impact of the project on farming communities. (2) Rural road maintenance component also has 2 subcomponents. Support for routine maintenance subcomponent will support the implementation of an efficient and sustainable routine maintenance mechanism of the project roads. It will support the routine maintenance mechanism already defined in the country strategy of rural roads maintenance. Yearly routine maintenance is crucially needed to address early deteriorations on time before they become advanced, thus preserving the road assets and decreasing the later cost of rehabilitation/reconstruction

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Company Name Ministry of Equipment
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P164498?lang=en

10.

ACCIONA ENERGY AUSTRALIA GLOBAL PTY LTD

Mortlake South Wind Farm

  • 3,000 Billion
  • Australia
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Mortlake South Wind Farm
Company Name ACCIONA ENERGY AUSTRALIA GLOBAL PTY LTD
Funded By 107
Country Australia , Australia and New Zealand
Project Value 3,000 Billion
Project Detail

Project Details About Acciona Acciona Energy Australia Global Pty Ltd (AEAG), a subsidiary of Acciona Energy International (AEI) is an organisation which develops, builds, operates and maintains renewable energy assets. In Australia, AEAG has built and operates four wind farms, one in a joint venture. The wind farms include Mt Gellibrand and Waubra in Victoria, Gunning in New South Wales and Cathedral Rocks in South Australia, collectively producing 434.5MW of renewable energy. ACCIONA also constructed a 20MW Royalla Solar Farm in the ACT. About Mortlake South Wind Farm Mortlake South Wind Farm is a proposed wind energy project located approximately 5km south of the town of Mortlake within Moyne Shire of South Western Victoria. An updated planning approval was granted on 23rd April 2017 for up to 42 turbines with a maximum tip height of 186m. The project is expected to be completed by October 2020. The project will deliver significant economic benefits to the region, including the creation of jobs, rates to the local government, rent to participating landowners and a Shared Benefits Program. The wind farm site involves a number of separate landowners and is located on cleared, open country which is predominantly used for dairy farming. The project is expected to generate a construction peak workforce of 100 construction jobs and will consist of the following key infrastructure: Thirty-five wind turbines, with steel towers at up to 120m height, and overall maximum height of up to 186m. 33kc-66kV substations with compound areas of up to 70m x 70m. Access tracks – Approximately 26km of access tracks may be required for the project. Electrical cabling – underground electrical cabling up to 40km. Permanent site facilities – the project will have a range of permanent site facilities including a maintenance and control facility. Temporary construction compounds – car parking, storage facilities, site office, amenities, etc. Local Industry Information Session Acciona Energy invites all interested local contractors and suppliers to attend an information session to explore opportunities with the Mortlake South Wind Farm Project. Staff from the Development; Construction and HR teams will be available to provide information on the upcoming work packages and employment opportunities. Nordex, the supplier and installer of the turbines will also have a representative in attendance. Session Details Date: Wednesday 17 October 2018 Time: 5pm - 7pm Venue: Mortlake Soldiers Memorial Hall, Shaw Street, Mortlake, VIC 3272 >> EVENT REGISTRATION HERE << Expressions of Interest (EOI) Process AEAG is committed to supporting local industry participation and is encouraging local suppliers and contractors to register with ACCIONA via the ICN Gateway. This project is expected to require the following work packages: Civil works – internal and external roads, concreting, quarries, steel supply, foundations, platforms and environmental restoration Inland transportation Electrical – Substation, MV reticulation, switchgear, generators, circuit breakers, cables, etc. Temporary construction facilities – accommodation, security, waste and recycling, safety testing, fencing, plumbing, etc. We are happy to hear from smaller suppliers that may only be able to provide partial scope coverage. Pre-Qualification Prior to engagement, potential suppliers will be required to complete necessary pre-qualification approval according to the requirements of AEAG. If your company is shortlisted, AEAG will contact you directly to arrange for pre-registration on its Procurement system: Procur-e. Further Assistance AEAG strongly encourages suppliers to contact ICN in the first instance to gain an understanding of the EOI process and capability development programs. Timescales The project is expected to be completed by August 2020, with construction starting early 2019

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Company Name ACCIONA ENERGY AUSTRALIA GLOBAL PTY LTD
Address 95 Dunlop Street, Mortlake.
Email mortlake@acciona.com

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