NESPAK secures 110 projects worldwide

Secured 110 new engineering projects worth Rs546 billion through an international competition.

July 25, 2011


The National Engineering Services Pakistan (Nespak) secured 110 new engineering projects worth Rs546 billion through an international competition during fiscal year 2010-11, said Nespak Managing Director Asad Khan during a review on Monday.

He said the new foreign projects include power projects in Saudi Arabia, roadwork and rehabilitation of water distribution networks in Oman, seven school projects and other civil engineering projects in Qatar, and irrigation and drainage projects in Ethiopia.

“The important new projects secured by Nespak in Pakistan included the Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline Project, restoration of flood affected areas throughout Pakistan, a 747 MW combined cycle power plant at Guddu, a multi-purpose dam project in Bara, an extension of M-4 Motorway from Khanewal to Multan, a flyover at Kalma Chowk, Lahore and the Sheikh Zayed Medical Complex in Rahim Yar Khan,” he added.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 26th,  2011.

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Faisal | 9 years ago | Reply I agree with Meekal. NESPAK is an institution full of the countries most skillful engineers and architects, winning international competitions numerous times
Meekal Ahmed | 9 years ago | Reply

This is an unheralded and unnoticed case of an extremely good institution. They do outstanding work. Not many know they exist.

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