Projekte

Ausgewählte Projekte der Unternehmen der gauff.com

Rehabilitation of the Berbera – Tog Wajaale Road (Addis Ababa-Berbera Corridor) — Northern part of Somaliland, from port of Djibouti to the border with Ethiopia

Technical and economic feasibility studies followed by preliminary and detailed engineering designs for the rehabilitation of the Berbera – Tog Wajaale Road (Addis Ababa-Berbera Corridor).
The project road runs from the Ethiopian/Somaliland border at Tog Wajaale via the capital Hargeisa to the port of Berbera at the Gulf of Aden.

The route is part of the Addis Ababa – Berbera Corridor, an alternative route for the Djibouti Corridor. Once rehabilitated, the road can carry a high percentage of international cargo traffic in transit to Ethiopia, Kenya and further hinterlands.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Northern part of Somaliland, from port of Djibouti to the border with Ethiopia
Zeitraum
2013 - 2014
Kunde
Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)
Ausführende Firma

Construction of Lilongwe Western Bypass — Malawi

The Government of Malawi has received a loan from the African Development Bank (AfDB) towards the cost of the Multi-National Nacala Road Corridor, proceeds of which shall partly be used to finance the construction of the Lilongwe West By-Pass (13 Km).

The construction of the 13 km long Lilongwe West Bypass Road will contribute in achieving the Government’s programme of developing the road sector in the country by raising the standards of the national road network and connecting Malawi with neighbouring countries.

Furthermore, the construction of the Bypass will divert through traffic from the Central Business District (CBD) of Lilongwe and therefore reduce travel time, vehicle operation costs and other exogenous costs for road users. Transportation of people and goods will also become more efficient.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Malawi
Zeitraum
2011- 2015
Kunde
Road Authority
Ausführende Firma

Rehabilitation of the Road between Serenje and Mpika (238 km) — Zambia

Consultancy services for techno studies, detailed engineering designs and preparation of tender documents for the rehabilitation of the road between Serenje and Mpika (238 km).

Road T002 is one of the six (6) international trunk routes connecting Zambia with its neighbouring countries of Tanzania and Zimbabwe. It thus forms an important component of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) ‘North-South Corridor’ and the COMESA ‘Dar TAZARA Corridor’. The route attracts trade and the transportation of international cargo and bulk commodities between the countries of Tanzania, DR Congo, Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Zambia
Zeitraum
2012 - 2013
Kunde
Road Development Agency, (RDA)
Ausführende Firma

Capacity Improvement Projects: Lot A Kibuye-Busega-Mpigi (32 kms) — Uganda

Feasibility study, detailed engineering design, tender assistance and project management for capacity improvement projects: lot A Kibuye-Busega-Mpigi (32 kms).

The project road radiates from the southern entry/exit of Kampala starting from Kibuye Roundabout in Kampala and runs in a south-westerly direction for 34 km, terminating at Mpigi.

The route is part of the Northern Corridor which is the main route to south western part of Uganda and carries a high percentage of international cargo traffic in transit to Eastern Congo, Rwanda and Burundi.

Local and peri-urban traffic is also served by the route and a number of trading centers are connected, including; Natete, Kyengera, Nabingo, Kitemu, Nsangi, Nakirebe, Katende and Mpigi.

Projektland
Uganda
Zeitraum
2010 - 2012
Kunde
Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA)
Ausführende Firma

Detailed Engineering Design, Tender Documents, Detailed ESIAs and ESMPs for Water Supply, Sanitation and Drainage Project — Zambia

MCC and the Gov. of Zambia signed a Compact with the purpose of enabling access to clean and safe water supply and providing adequate wastewater networks services as well as improved drainage systems for the residents of Lusaka.

The Water Supply and Sanitation Project deals with the rehabilitation of Iolanda WTP and transmission mains, expansion of the primary network grid, NRW reduction program in selected areas, expansion of secondary distribution networks, rehabilitation of Chelston sewer pumping station, sewer expansion of Mtendere, Kuanda Square interceptor upgrading and ponds rehabilitation and expansion.

The drainage project deals with the Bombay main drain, the Bombay Drain Segments 2, 4 and 5, Lumumba Drain North and South, ZESCO Drain and one trash trap located at the end of the catchment area of Bombay/Lumumba Drain.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Zambia
Zeitraum
2012 - 2013
Kunde
MCC
Ausführende Firma

Water Supply and Sewerage Medium to Long Term Investment Plans — Zimbabwe

The economic and humanitarian crisis in 2008 that included widespread cholera outbreaks prompted the Zimbabwean Government and the donors to begin dialogue on the modalities of financing relief and remedial efforts. The African Development Bank was asked by a group of donors, with the consent of the Zimbabwean Government, to establish and administer a ‘basket’ fund – the Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund (the “Zim-Fund”). The main purpose for the Zim-Fund is to mobilise and administer donor resources needed for the economic recovery and development efforts in Zimbabwe. Part of the resources mobilised by the Zim-Fund have been applied towards the Urgent Water Supply and Sanitation Rehabilitation Project (UWSSRP) whose main scope is the urgent rehabilitation of water supply and sanitation systems in six urban centres, namely Harare, Chitungwiza, Mutare, Masvingo, Kwekwe and Chegutu with a combined population of approximately 4.15 million. Under the UWSSRP, the Zim-Fund also finances consultancy services for the development of Medium to Long Term Water Supply and Sanitation Investment Plans. The Investment Plans are intended to provide useful guides to the Municipalities and the Zim-Fund on the financing requirements and the phasing of future water supply and sanitation investments in the target towns.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Zimbabwe
Zeitraum
2013 - 2014
Kunde
The Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations Ltd. (for Ministry of Finance – Zimbabwe)
Ausführende Firma

Speicherbecken Potsdam Nord — Deutschland

Planung, Bauantrag, Ausschreibung, Vergabevorschlag und örtliche Bauüberwachung.

  1. Bauabschnitt:
  • RRB 13.500 m³ einschl. Technischer Ausrüstung, E-/MSR, Tragwerk; diverse Bauwerke, Pumpen, Messtechnik, Rohrleitungen bis DN 800
  • Beckenbeschickung/-entleerung erfolgt vollautomatisch
  • Becken ist mit effektiven Reinigungssystem ausgestattet
  • erste Beckenkammer mit einem Volumen von rund 4.500 m³
  • Entleerungspumpwerk neben der Beckenkammer 1
  • Entspannungsbauwerk
  • Entlastungsbauwerk
  • Zulaufkanäle
  • Abwasserdruckleitungen
  1. Bauabschnitt
  • Beckenkammern 2 und 3
Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2006 - 2011
Kunde
Energie und Wasser Potsdam GmbH
Ausführende Firma

Infrastrukturprogramm Gewerbe- und Industriegebiet, Halle Los 6: Entwässerung BP 146, Halle — Deutschland

Leistungsphasen 2 – 8 Ingenieurbauwerk und Örtliche Bauüberwachung

  • 500 m Verlegung Mischwasserkanal DN 1200 bis DN 1400 (Drachenprofil) im geschlossenen Rohrvortrieb einschließlich Schachtbauwerke und wasserdichte Spundwand-Baugruben
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2011 – 2012
Kunde
Hallesche Wasser- und Abwasser GmbH
Ausführende Firma

ADL Stahnsdorf, Potsdam, Güterfelder Eck — Deutschland

Leistungsphasen 2-8, Bauoberleitung/örtliche Bauüberwachung

  • Abwasserdruckleitung DN 800 ca. 620 m
  • Abwasserdruckleitung DN 1000 ca. 645 m
  • Neubau Schieberkreuz DN 1000/DN 800
Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2010 - 2013
Kunde
Energie und Wasser Potsdam GmbH
Ausführende Firma

Emergency Measures Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation Systems in Erbil, Dohuk and Sulaimaniya — Irak

In 2004 the Consultant concluded a Consulting Contract with KfW on provision of services for the Water Supply Emergency Measures Programme for Erbil, Dohuk and Sulaimaniya. The envisaged measures of the emergency programme were focused on the improvement of water supply services through repair and training measures for ensuring an enhanced day to day operation of the existing distribution network facilities in the three cities, including the procurement of sewer cleaning trucks for allowing a regular and effective cleaning of frequently blocked sewer lines. Due to the uncertain political and security situation in the region the project activities were stopped in the second quarter of 2004.

In 2010 and upon request from KfW, gauff.com submitted a revised technical and financial bid for the continuation of a revised project program comprising the initial EUR 3 Mil. In 2012, the revised project program was extended by the services as described under Addendum No.4 comprising additional funds of EUR 250 K.

The following performance indicators were meant to be achieved by gauff.com in the course of executing the project program:

  • Institutional Management Support for the three local branch water utilities in Erbil, Dohuk, and Sulaimaniya
  • Procurement of special quality equipment
  • Training
  • NRW Action Plan including District Metering
  • Private Sector Participation
Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Irak
Zeitraum
2010 - 2013
Kunde
Kurdish Regional Government, Gen. Directorate Water & Sewerage
Ausführende Firma

Second National Water Supply and Sanitation Program (Water Supply and Wastewater Management Investments in 8 Rayons) — Aserbaidschan

The Program aims to improve water supply and sanitation services in 16 regions (rayons) across Azerbaijan and is co-financed by the Government of Azerbaijan and the World Bank. Implementing Agency for implementation and controlling of the project is the State Amelioration and Water Management Company (SAWMC).

Due to the high increase of the total investment volume finally comprising approx. 500 million EUR, the Gov’t of Azerbaijan decided to transfer 8 rayons to the state organization Azersu JSC for implementation. As as result, the number of rayons including urban centers and associated villages has been decreased to 8 rayons with an investment volume of approx. 250 million EUR in total. Main goal is improved availability of services (24/7) and improved quality of water supply and wastewater management services in 8 rayons for approx. 260.000 inhabitants. All project investment measures have to comply with the latest standards of the European Union. All electro-mechanical devices to be installed under the program have to comply with the latest standards of energy efficiency.

Investment measures comprise 2 water treatment plants (Qtot = 23.200 m³/d); 43 drinking water storage tanks; 22 booster pumping stations; 11 water distribution networks + 85 km transmission mains; 11 wastewater collection networks with 12 sewerage booster pumping stations and 8 wastewater treatment plants with mechanical and biological treatment stages, nutrient removal and sludge treatment.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Aserbaidschan
Zeitraum
2010 - 2017
Kunde
State Amelioration and Water Mgmt. Company, Baku, Azerbaijan
Ausführende Firma

Irrigation and Water Supply Scheme Conveyor 800 for the Hydro Agricultural Development of South Lebanon — Lebanon

The Hydro Agricultural Development of South Lebanon is a sector program for implementation of the large scale Conveyor 800 irrigation and water supply scheme. Conveyor 800 consists of transportation mains conveying water from the existing Markaba tunnel downstream of the Qaraoun reservoir to Chaqra. The project comprises tunnels (2.6m diameter), the main conveyor ND 300 – 2000, canals and secondary conveyors branching off from the main to irrigate a total area of 14,700 ha. In addition, 76 towns and villages within the irrigation peripheral in southern Lebanon are supplied with potable water for domestic use.

In 2003 a consortium consisting of Lahmeyer Int’l, Gauff, and Dar Al Handasah was commissioned to provide the consultancy services. First stage of the consulting services was finalized in 2008. After a long break due to political inflictions in 2012 the project was resumed and construction under stage V was started. According to the progress of works by the end of 2012 it is expected that the project implementation measures can be finalized in mid-2017.

Key Data Irrigation and Water Supply Scheme Conveyor 800, Lebanon:

  • Irrigation Area: 14,700 ha
  • Total length of main (secondary) conveyor: 56 km (69km)
  • Total length of open channels: 13 km
  • Total length of water tunnels: 6 km
  • Capacity of water reservoirs: 75,100 m³ (total of 12 reservoirs)
  • Capacity 7 pump stations: 70 – 550 l/s
  • capacity of the conveyor system: 8,689 l/s
  • Construction cost: USD 140 million
Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Lebanon
Zeitraum
2003 – 2008; 2012 – 2017
Kunde
Council for Development and Reconstruction, Beirut
Ausführende Firma

Water and Sewerage Programme in Medium-Sized Municipalities in Serbia, Programme III – Wastewater — Serbien

Program III is focusing on improvement of the quality of receiving waters and living conditions of residents of medium-sized municipalities in Serbia by means of rehabilitation and new construction of wastewater management and treatment facilities. Participants in program III are the municipalities of Kruševac, Užice and Vranje. The necessary investments have been estimated to be approx. EUR 55.0 million.

For fulfillment of the program objectives a variety of performance indicators will be evaluated comprising legal stipulations concerning urban wastewater treatment or application of typical indicators such as connection rate, cost coverage, etc. which have been typically benchmarked by evaluation of comparable water utilities.

The investment measures under the MSM-III program comprise Component 1 (sewerage networks) and Component 2 (WWTPs):

  • Rehabilitation of existing sewerage network sections in the service areas (L = 14 km) with 2 pumping stations,
  • Extension of new sewerage network sections in the service areas and construction of new collectors to WWTPs (L = 70 km) including 6 new pumping stations,
  • Rehabilitation of storm water drainage systems in Kruševac, Vranje, and Užice (rehabilitation of storm water lines, separation of storm water and sewer lines, construction of overflows and retention basins),
  • Construction of 3 new wastewater treatment plants (~ 90,000 PE) with mechanical and biological treatment stages aiming at full carbon and nutrient removal, and sludge treatment by means of anaerobic digestion and recovery of energy through a co-generation plant.
  • Construction of sewerage collection infrastructure in selected surrounding settlements.
Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Serbien
Zeitraum
2013 - 2017
Kunde
Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure
Ausführende Firma

Umverlegung HVL 2, Straße des 18. Oktober, Leipzig — Deutschland

Leistungsphasen 2-8, Bauoberleitung/örtliche Bauüberwachung

  • 200 m Verlegung Trinkwasserleitung DN 800 bemannter Vortrieb DN 1400 unter Bahngelände, 2 Dükerschächte mit je 11 m und 16 m Tiefe
  • mit bauzeitlicher Leitungssicherung Verlegung 70 m TWL DN 400 Stahl im Schutzrohr und DN 700 Stahl auf Brücke, Bahnquerung
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2009 – 2016
Kunde
Kommunale Wasserwerke Leipzig GmbH
Ausführende Firma

HWSD Jeßnitz-West, Sicherung von Anlagen der FWV GmbH und des AZV Bitterfeld — Deutschland

Leistungsphasen 1 – 7, Bauoberleitung, Tragwerksplanung

  • Je 50 m Umverlegung FWL DN 800 und DN 1000 in SR DN 1200 und DN 1400 in Trogbaugrube (500 m²) mit Spundwandverbau und Hochdruckinjektionsverfahren
  • Umverlegung Fernmeldekabel
  • Umverlegung ca. 120 m ADL DN 250 PE in SR DN 400 im Spül-bohrverfahren
  • Rückbau/Verdämmen diverser Leitungen und Bauwerke
Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2013 – 2016
Kunde
LHW – Landesbetrieb für Hochwasserschutz und Wasserwirtschaft Sachsen-Anhalt; Fernwasserversorgung Elbaue-Ostharz GmbH
Ausführende Firma

Budapest Airport Zrt, Erweiterung Terminal T2 — Ungarn

Projektsteuerung (Teilleistungen).

Vertragskonzeption, Leitung der Vertragsverhandlungen.

Der Budapest Airport erweitert das Terminal T2 für den Ferihegy International Airport.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Ungarn
Zeitraum
2008
Kunde
Budapest Airport Zrt, Budapest Airport Terminal 1
Ausführende Firma

Extension of Water Supply and Sewerage Network and Construction of a new Wastewater Treatment Plant in Sivas — Türkey

The water distribution network of the Turkish Provincial Capital Sivas showed urgent needs for rehabilitation and extension. Frequent flooding of the streets occurred due to missing separation between waste and stormwater parts of the existing sewage and stormwater system. Generated wastewater was discharged to the receiving river without any treatment. The Municipality of Sivas decided to launch an ambitious infrastructure investment program aiming at ensuring sustainable drinking water supply and sewage disposal.

For fulfillment of the project objectives a number of performance indicators was defined comprising legal stipulations concerning urban wastewater treatment or application of typical indicators such as connection rate, cost coverage, etc. which have been typically benchmarked by evaluation of comparable water utilities.

The investment program under the Sivas WSS project comprised the following measures (lots):

  • Lot 1: Water supply improvement measures
  • Lot 2: Rehabilitation of sewerage and stormwater drainage systems
  • Lot 3: Construction of the main wastewater conveyor and a new WWTP (405,000 P.E.)
Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Türkey
Zeitraum
2005 - 2010
Kunde
Municipality of Sivas
Ausführende Firma

Telematisch gesteuertes Lkw-Kolonnen-Parken Montabaur — Deutschland

Um die Parkplatzsituation auf Tank- und Rastanlagen, Autohöfen, Pre-Gate Parkplätzen oder auch beim Slot-Management für Lkws zu verbessern, wurde das telematisch gesteuerte Lkw-Parken® (Lkw-Kolonnen-Parken) entwickelt. Durch das computergesteuerte Sortieren der Lkw nach ihren Abfahrtszeiten wird die vorhandene Fläche optimal ausgenutzt, sodass 70 – 100 % mehr Stellplätze erreicht werden können. Der vollautomatische Betrieb des Systems wurde im Sommer 2013 an der Tank- und Rastanlage Montabaur durch das Frauenhofer-Institut erfolgreich geprüft und abgenommen.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2005 – heute
Kunde
Pilotprojekt
Ausführende Firma

Flughafen Nürnberg, Gesamtprojekt — Deutschland

Gesamtkoordination von verschiedenen Einzelprojekten, Entwurfsvermessung, Erschließungsplanungen für Verkehrsanlagen (Erschließungsstraßen, Magistrale, Abstell- und Parkflächen), Regenwasser- und Abwasserentsorgung, Sprinklerdruckleitung, Trinkwasser, Fernheizung, Gas, Strom, FM-Netz, Sanierung der Start- und Landebahn, Entwässerung, Neubau Taxi-Way D.

Seit Erbringung der ersten Leistungen für den Flughafen Nürnberg ist gauff.com bis heute für den Flughafen tätig. Insbesondere an die Baudurchführung sind erhöhte Anforderungen gestellt, da ein unterbrechungsfreier Flughafenbetrieb sicherzustellen ist.

Gesamtfläche des zu erschließenden Areals: ca. 280 ha.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2001 – 2016
Kunde
Flughafen Nürnberg GmbH
Ausführende Firma

Siemens Campus Erlangen — Deutschland

Die Siemens AG plant auf ihrem Werksgelände Süd in Erlangen die Errichtung von neuen Bürogebäuden. Im Zuge der Realisierung wird das gesamte Areal umgestaltet und ein neuer Campus errichtet. Die Maßnahme ist in insgesamt 7 Module unterteilt, die schrittweise realisiert werden sollen. Hierbei ist ein besonderes Augenmerk auf den modulweisen Ausbau bei gleichzeitiger Berücksichtigung des Bestandes zu legen.

Durch gauff.com werden die Verkehrsanlagen der inneren und äußeren Erschließung und die Entwässerungsanlagen geplant. Beteiligung an einer Machbarkeitsstudie im Rahmen der Masterplanung.

Im Zuge der Ver- und Entsorgung erfolgt durch gauff.com die übergeordnete Planung und die Koordinierung aller Medien und Sparten.

Gesamtfläche: 54 ha.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2015
Kunde
Siemens AG
Ausführende Firma

Campus Melaten, Aachen — Deutschland

Erschließungsplanungen für Verkehrsanlagen, Regenwasser- und Schmutzwasserentsorgung, Regenwasserbehandlung, -rückhaltung, Wasser, Gas, Fernleitung, Strom (Hoch-, Mittel- und Niederspannungsleitungen), Telekommunikation, DV-Verkabelung, Fernwärme, Straßenbeleuchtung, Lichtsignalanlagen, Anbindung an das übergeordnete Straßennetz, Kreisverkehre, Errichtung einer Landschaftsbrücke, Bepflanzung und Straßenbegleitgrün, Bodenmanagement, Gesamtfläche des zu erschließenden Areals: ca. 27 ha.

Das Projekt wird in Arbeitsgemeinschaft mit dem Büro Dr. Nacken, Aachen erbracht.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2008 – 2013
Kunde
Bau- und Liegenschaftsbetrieb NRW, Niederlassung Aachen
Ausführende Firma

6-streifiger Ausbau BAB A 3, Frankfurt – Nürnberg; Abschnitt: nördl. TR Aurach – AK Fürth/Erlangen — Deutschland

Sechsspuriger Ausbau auf einer Länge von ca. 9,4 km im Abschnitt nördl. TR Aurach – AK Fürth/Erlangen einschließlich der Entwässerungs-planungen, Untersuchungen für das Autobahnkreuz Fürth/Erlangen mit Over-/ Underfly-Lösungen, Errichtung von Lärmschutzwänden und –wällen; LS-Wall-Wand-Kombinationen und LS-Wall-Gabionen-Wand-Kombinationen mit einer Gesamthöhe bis 13 m.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2004 – 2010; 2015 – 2016
Kunde
Autobahndirektion Nordbayern
Ausführende Firma

Emschergenossenschaft Essen, Boye, Bau des Abwasserkanals von km 0,0 bis 8,1 — Deutschland

Die Emschergenossenschaft baut an der Grenze der Städte Bottrop und Gladbeck einen 8 km langen Abwasserkanal (DN 1600 – DN 3500) sowie Stahlbetonentlastungsbauwerke und Straßen-, Bahnstrecken- und Leitungsquerungen hauptsächlich in unterirdischem Rohrvortrieb unter Druckluft, Teilbereiche offen verlegt. Notwendig sind Querungen u.a. von 3 Bahnlinien, 1 Autobahn, 2 Bundesstraßen, 3 Landesstraßen, 4 kommunalen Straßen, 2 Rohrleitungsbündeln und einer Gasleitung DN 700.

Die Baugruben erreichen Tiefen von bis zu 12 – 16 m, u.a. mit Spundwänden und Bohrpfählen verbaut.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Deutschland
Zeitraum
2012 – 2016
Kunde
Emschergenossenschaft Essen
Ausführende Firma

Rural Infrastructure Programme I – IV (RIP I – IV) — Cambodia

Since 2009 gauff.com has been working on the Rural Infrastructure Programme (RIP) I – IV in Cambodia providing consulting services for project preparatory studies, detailed design, and construction supervision as well as training measures for rural roads rehabilitation and maintenance projects.

The RIP aims at improving year-round access to markets, schools, health centres and public services in rural Cambodia and thereby creating important preconditions for pro-poor growth and sustainability. The programme has been active in several Cambodian provinces promoting a more sustainable approach to managing the rural road network. It specifically provides financial support to the Ministry of Rural Development (MRD) in rehabilitating and upgrading selected strategic rural roads, as well as assisting in developing sustainable maintenance systems. All roads and other infrastructures shall be built in a climate resilient way. The programme also includes improvement of key district market centers. The overall goal is the improvement of socio-economic rural living conditions, especially of poor women in the designated project provinces.

Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Cambodia
Zeitraum
2009 – 2015
Kunde
Ministry of Rural Development (MRD)
Ausführende Firma

Northern Economic Infrastructure Development Programme (Phase I & II) — Afghanistan

The Programme’s overall objective is to contribute to the promotion of the peace process in Afghanistan and of pro poor growth in Northern Afghanistan. The main objectives deriving from this are to rehabilitate important economic infrastructure in the region and to create job opportunities for local population in the implementation works. Selected economic infrastructure is meant to be transport infrastructure in national to highway standard, regional or urban road network(s), infrastructure on urban/village level related to commercial zones/market areas and other small scale infrastructure in cities and villages serving the needs on the lower end range of public or semi-public infrastructure. It is expected that the improved infrastructure increases accessibility, lowers transport and other costs, reduces travel times, and provides more efficient and reliable usage of basic infrastructure for enterprises and population likewise.

These projects and measures are

  • Construction of a new Bridge over Kunduz River and Rehabilitation / Upgrading of Adjacent 6.5 kms road Sections to Highway Standard – FIDIC
  • The first 7.8 km of the Kholm-Kunduz road westwards/ Rehabilitation and upgrading to Highway standard – FIDIC 
  • The first 7 km of the Kholm-Kunduz road eastwards, Balkh Province
  • Improvement of up to 5 km of city roads in Feyzabad, Badakshan Province
  • Improvements to the Farkhar – Warsaj road up to 51 km in Takhar province. Rehabilitation and/or upgrade of the first 25 km of road including the connections to villages, where needed
  • Fund for small scale infrastructure in communities along the above projects
Geschäftsfeld
Projektland
Afghanistan
Zeitraum
2007 – 2013
Kunde
Ministry of Public Works
Ausführende Firma

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