MD NESPAK pays courtesy call on Chairman WAPDA

September 18, 2013 Off By Web Desk

LAHORE: Mr. Amjad A. Khan, Managing Director NESPAK, called on Syed Raghib Abbas Shah, Chairman WAPDA, to discuss the upcoming and ongoing projects in the country in the wake of ongoing energy crisis, according to a Press Release issued here on Wednesday.

They discussed the status and progress of various ongoing projects and agreed to expedite work on projects of National Importance. During the meeting, Chairman WAPDA praised the services rendered by NESPAK for the Mangla Dam Raising Project. NESPAK-led Mangla Joint Venture has provided engineering consultancy services for feasibility study, detailed engineering design, tender documentation and construction supervision of the project costing around Rs. 102 billion. This year, the storage level of Mangla Dam has attained a level of 1239.70 feet for the first time in history. With this record level, present live storage in the Mangla water reservoir increased to 7.55 million acre feet MAF.

The successful completion of Mangla Dam Raising Project is another landmark achievement for NESPAK, which has earned it the reputation of being the best Engineering Consultancy Organization in Pakistan.

Both NESPAK and WAPDA have already worked together on many projects for the national cause. Major projects being undertaken by NESPAK for WAPDA include 969 MW Neelum Jhelum Hydroelectric Project, Munda Dam Project, 96 MW Jinnah Hydropower Project and Rehabilitation of 22 MW Jabban Hydroelectric Power Station.