PMC for Jal Marg Vikas

TSSC-1, NW1 Capacity Augmentation

India
Varanasi and Sahibganj
Date: June 2018
Duration: 18 months
Client: Inland Waterways Authority of India, Ministry of Shipping, Government of India

Project overview

India has 14,500 km of navigable rivers and canals, of which National Waterways currently constitute around 4,500 km – divided into six geographically separate systems.

Among these, National Waterway-1 (NW-1), designated in 1986, is the longest. It is a natural waterway that links the ocean gateway at Kolkata. The Kolkata to Allahabad 1,620 km inland route via the Hooghly/ Bhagirathi and the Ganga rivers pass through the States of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

Accordingly, IWAI has applied for World Bank (WB) loan assistance to implement its project for development of NW-1 in 02 phases. Phase-1 covers the Haldia - Varanasi stretch and Phase-2 covers Varanasi –Allahabad stretch. Multimodal Terminals at various locations along the NW1 are planned. The development of Multi Modal IWT Terminals at Varanasi and Sahibganj are part of this development plan.

 

Our missions

  • Comprehensive technical support & construction supervision.
  • Contract management and Administration Services
  • Preparing Detailed Progress Reports and extensively reviewing / updating project activities
  • Ensuring Compliance to Quality and Safety parameters
  • Ensuring implementation of the EMP
  • Ensuring implementation of Social Impact Management