Funding Agency: Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Client: Ministry of Physical Planning and Works/Departments of Roads, Project Directorate
Date: March 2007 – December 2012
The Road Connectivity Sector Project (RCSP) was developed in response to the Government’s emphasis on expanding the country’s transport facilities to remote areas of the country. The roads covered by the project lie in different regions of the country and represent important links that can contribute to poverty reduction as well as district connection. The project will (i) improve and develop road network to induce more efficient movement of goods and passengers and to provide better access to income, employment opportunities, education and health facilities; (ii) support development of private sector capabilities to carry out road improvement and (iii) improve road safety.
The project involved Feasibility Study ,Detailed Design and Construction Supervision of Roads.
Feasibility Study of 105 km of following two non-sample roads:
Detailed Design of about 239.91 km of three Sample roads and 255.51 km of seven non-sample roads including Sunkoshi Bridge.
Construction Supervision of 318.64 km of following roads
Overall Services provided:
Total Management Services as an associate partner with MMM Group was responsible to provide following Services:
Feasibility Phase :
Construction Supervision Phase:
©2013, All Rights Reserved Total Management Services