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Externally Aided Projects (EAP)

Public Works Department


Government of Manipur
Construction of Imphal Kangchup Tamenglong Road
In the state of Manipur

Under SASEC Road Connectivity Investment Program


(ADB Loan No.3118 IND Tranche-1)

Quarterly Progress Report No. 10


For the Quarter from April 2018 to June 2018
Mukesh & Associates in JV with
DONG IL Engineers Consultants Co. Ltd.
in association with Alliance Engineers & Consultants
IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT & CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT (ISCD)

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Contents
1. INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1
1.1 Project Background............................................................................................................1
1.2 Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong Road..................................................................................1
2. SUMMARY OF CURRENT QUARTER’S PROGRESS.........................................................................2
2.1 Summary of Progress.........................................................................................................2
2.2 Current Issues & Recommended Actions by Engineer........................................................2
3. PROJECT OVERVIEW....................................................................................................................4
3.1 Salient features of the project............................................................................................4
3.2 Project milestones..............................................................................................................5
3.3 Location Map......................................................................................................................5
3.4 Project Stretch handed over...............................................................................................6
4. PHYSICAL PROGRESS...................................................................................................................7
4.1 Survey Work.......................................................................................................................7
4.2 Detailed Scope of Work & Physical Progress by component (end of June 2018)................7
4.3 Details of major items – Structures & Drainage.................................................................9
4.4 Details of Cross Drainage Structures..................................................................................9
5. STRIP PLAN................................................................................................................................11
5.1 Strip Plan (Summary) - Work front...................................................................................11
6. LAND ACQUISITION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCES STATUS............................................22
6.1 Social Safeguard Implementation Status of the IKTR Project............................................22
6.2 Environmental Status of the Project.................................................................................22
6.3 Pollution Clearances / Licences........................................................................................23
6.4 Status of Project Pre-Construction Clearance...................................................................24
6.5 Status of Utility Shifting....................................................................................................25
7. CHANGE OF SCOPE....................................................................................................................25
8. MOBILISATION OF RESOURCES..................................................................................................25
8.1 Mobilisation status of ISCD Consultants...........................................................................25
8.2 Mobilisation status of CSC (Key Experts)..........................................................................26
8.3 Mobilisation status of Contractor (Key Experts)...............................................................26
8.4 Plant and Machinery........................................................................................................27
9. FINANCIAL PROGRESS DETAILS..................................................................................................28
10. MONITORING OF OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE OBLIGATIONS..............................................30
11. MEETINGS AND SITE VISITS DURING THE QUARTER..................................................................30
11.1 Meetings..........................................................................................................................30
11.2 Site Visits..........................................................................................................................30
12. OBLIGATIONS AS PER CONTRACT..............................................................................................31
13. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE QUARTER.............................................................................................32
14. RECORD OF IMPORTANT DOCUMENTATION DURING THE QUARTER........................................33

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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Project Background
Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved the loan for South Asia Sub Regional
Economic Cooperation (SASEC) Road Connectivity Investment Program (SRCIP). The
SRCIP is a multi-tranche financing facility (MFF) that aims to improve about 500 km of
priority road sections in North Bengal and Northeast of India, through an investment program
set out in phases (tranches). The first tranche includes two works packages in the State of
Manipur: Construction of Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong Road and Construction of Greater
Imphal Ring Road. Public Works Department (PWD), Manipur is the Executing Agency for
the project. The project civil work contract is based on FIDIC: Conditions of Contract for
Construction-Building and Engineering Works, Multilateral Development Banks Harmonized
Edition document, and is to be executed as item-rate, bill-of-quantities (BOQ) construction
contract.

1.2 Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong Road


The first road construction package, i.e. Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong Road starts from
Imphal and ends at Tamenglong. The instant road was originally proposed as part of Imphal-
Tamenglong-Tousem-Haflong Road which will become an important link of the SASEC Road
Network/ Connectivity. The Imphal-Tamenglong road will provide direct and shortest
connectivity to Tamenglong, District Headquarter. Subsequently when the further stretch from
Tamenglong to Haflong is constructed, Imphal will get connected to the East West corridor by
a road length of approximately 187.000 km against the existing 267.000 km, thus providing
the shortest connecting link between ASEAN and SASEC countries. It will also lessen the
distance to Guwahati resulting in considerable Vehicle Operating Cost (VOC) savings and
Travel Time savings. The length of the main alignment i.e. from Imphal-Kangchup-
Tamenglong (IKT) is 103.020 km with two spur alignments connecting Haochong (4.150 km)
and Kabui Khullen (0.800 km). The total length including spurs included in works package
works out to 107.970 km. The initial 13 km of this road alignment, starting at Naoremthong in
Imphal up to Kangchup follows the existing road and falls in valley terrain. Further alignment
between Kangchup to Tamenglong (about 90.000 km) is a Greenfield alignment following
existing tracks at certain locations and falls in hilly terrain. This project stretches passes
through three districts namely Imphal West, Senapati and Tamenglong, with major part in
Tamenglong district. The project road from Imphal to Tamenglong via Kangchup passes
through 30 villages along the project alignment. It is proposed to improve the first 5.540 Km
length to four lane divided carriageway and next 7.360 km length to two lanes with paved
shoulder and the remaining hill stretch to two lanes. Spurs will be constructed to intermediate
lane (5.5m) standards.

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2. SUMMARY OF CURRENT QUARTER’S PROGRESS
2.1 Summary of Progress

Total Length of project is 107.970 km main alignment of 103.020 km with two spur roads
connecting Haochong (4.150 km) and Kabui Khullen (0.800 km) at total cost of Rs.1,114.18
Crores. The commencement date is August 12, 2016 and scheduled date of completion is
February 11, 2020 (1279 days construction period).

Cumulative physical progress ending the reporting quarter is 8.17% including 1.30%
miscellaneous items and 0.07% of Non-BOQ items thus reducing the actual cumulative
physical work done to 6.80% only and the financial cumulative progress is 7.23% as per the
S-curve presented in the QPR of CSC for the quarter ending June 2018 against the
scheduled cumulative progress of 52.90% thus indicating a slippage of 45.42% (Refer S-
curve of CSC’s QPR). Total Expenditure incurred is Rs. 144.75 Crores (12.99%) which
includes the mobilization advance of Rs. 72.28 Crores (6.49%).

Land required from km 0+000 to km 12+900 will be acquired through negotiation with private
owners (Titleholders) for direct purchase or by acquisition through the new LARR Act 2013.
Land required for the implementation from km 12+900 to km 103+020 has been donated by
communities / Village Chairpersons / individual customary landowners.

During the month of March 2018, the State Level Environment Impact Assessment Authority
(SEIAA) has been constituted vide Ministry of Forest, Environment and Climate Change,
Notification No. S.O.1017 (E) dated 6th March 2018 and the committee is fully functional.
Consequent upon the reconstitution of the SEIAA, the Implementing Agency has requested
the Director, Directorate of Environment, Social Environment Impact Assessment Authority,
Govt. of Manipur for grant of Environmental clearance of the project vide letter No. 9/PD/
SESRIP/ Forest&Env/2013/2001 dated 22/03/2018 and the clearance certificate has been
received vide letter no. 1/48/2015(EIA)DOE/213 dt.18.04.2018.

The EA/IA in March 2017 has deposited cost for NPV (INR 728.3838 lakh) and CA (INR
225.811 lakh) in CAMPA account. In addition, cost for erection of boundary pillars, and
logging & felling of trees to concern DFOs.

Clearances for establishing the camp and plant site have been obtained but none of the sites
is commissioned till end of June 2018.

2.2 Current Issues & Recommended Actions by Engineer

Progress achieved in Survey Works is terribly short of requirement even after 28 months of
signing of contract and 23 months after the commencement the work, the OGL recording is
only about 41.40% (44+650Km), and the cumulative centreline marking till now is 89.32%
(92+020). Thus, the progress of survey works remained extremely poor which in turn
adversely affected the availability of front for the mobilized machinery to work. The client was
requested to take effective steps to improve the ground situation. Contractor has not taken
any steps to take up the work on CD works and the drainage works though drainage forms
the most important part of road works in hilly areas like our project and is about 50% of the
total project cost.

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ISCD also wish to inform the client about an important aspect of formation cutting being
adapted at site.

During routine visits, it was noticed that formation cutting was not being done as per the
specifications for the road and drainage work together thus leaving the excavated profile
prone to submergence by rain water. It was also noticed that neither the slope of cutting nor
the profile of the excavated road way surface were being brought to the line and level while
executing the work. It was emphasized that the cutting for road surface and drain should be
done together to the correct profile and line and level to avoid the excavated surface turning
into a slushy road way after getting submerged during rains.

In this connection, ISCD site visit report of August 29, 2017 may please be referred. Please
also refer to site inspection report dated September 25, 2017 on environmental issues on
dumping soil in unapproved locations.

Mobilization of Personnel – Personnel mobilized by the Contractor was still inadequate.


The Client / Engineer was requested to take urgent steps in directing the Contractor to
correct the ground situation and to ensure timely completion of the milestones by urgently
mobilizing gangs/teams and equipment to work on CD works and also to start the work on
hume pipe culverts.

Quality Control Laboratory and Camp Establishment:

The Contractor needed to take immediate action to establish the laboratories, administrative
camp and plant sites without delay since required quality control checks and the procurement
of materials from quarries were getting delayed.

It was suggested that the Contractor be put on notice to speed up the camp construction of
camps at Chainage Chainage 5+500 and 16+00 and to complete the construction of main
camp at Chainage 77+200 immediately which was started in the May 2017 but was not made
fully functional till end of June 2018.

The Client and CSC were requested to instruct the Contractor to increase deployment of
machinery at site to match with the on-date requirement and also to instruct the Contractor to
make the Laboratory and Camps fully functional at the earliest.

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3. PROJECT OVERVIEW
3.1 Salient features of the project
IMPORTANT PROJECT INFORMATIONFORIMPHAL-KANGCHUP-TAMENGLONG ROAD
(Civil work contract award details)
1 Contract agreement No. MN/PWD/EAP-04
2 Name of work Construction of Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong Road
3 Scheme/Phase ADB assisted SASEC Regional Connectivity Investment
Program (SRCIP) Loan No. 3118-IND Tranche-1
4 No. of lanes/configuration 4 lanes - 5.5 km, 2 LPS- 7.4 km, 2 lanes – 90.12km and
4.95kms intermediate lane (spurs)
5 Letter of Acceptance No. 22/PD/SRCIP/PROC-W/2014/554 dated 22 February 2016
6 Contract Agreement Signed PD/EAP/SRCIP/CW/Agrt/2016/03 dated 21 March 2016
on
7 Project Construction of Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong Road
8 Name of employer EAP, PWD, Manipur
9 Construction Supervision SMEC International Pty ltd. In JV with SMEC (India) Pvt. Ltd
Consultant
10 ISCD Consultant Mukesh & Associates in JV with DONG IL Engineers
Consultants Co. Ltd. in association with Alliance Engineers &
Consultants
11 Contractor HCC – VCCL (JV)
12 Project cost Rs. 1,114.18 Crores
13 Project length 107.970km (103.020 km of main alignment, 4.150 km of spur
alignment to Haochong, 0.800 km of spur alignment to Kabui
Khullen
14 Intended Date of 12 August 2016
commencement
15 Intended date of 11 February 2020
Completion
16 Project duration 1279 days
17 Defect liability Period 365 days
18 Time elapsed 51.0%
19 Physical Progress 8.80%
20 Financial Progress 7.23%

3.2 Project milestones


Milestones Stretch Duration and completion Progress
date
1st 20% of pavement of the total road 14 months from date of Started, not
length up to WMM stage including commencement (11th October yet achieved

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all drainage works 2017)
2nd 45% of pavement of total road 24 months from date of Not yet
th
length including all drainage works commencement (11 August started
2018)
3rd 75% of pavement of total road 34 months from date of Not yet
th
length including all drainage works commencement (11 June started
2019)
4th Completion of works 42 months (11th February 2020) Not yet
started

3.3 Location Map

Imphal – Kangchup – Tamenglong Road

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3.4 Project Stretch handed over
Before the Commencement Date, 32.03% of the land / project stretch was handed over to
the contractor in line with the Contract Agreement. Further, additional 55.45% stretch was
also handed over within 210 days from the Date of Commencement. The details of project
stretches handed over to Contractor so far are tabulated below.

Days from
S No. From (km) To (km) Length (km)
Commencement
1 0 Days 12+900 25+380 12+480
2 0 Days 72+000 87+000 15+000
3 0 Days 97+500 103+020 5+520
Sub-total 33+000
4 210 Days 25+380 72+000 46+620
5 210 Days 87+000 97+500 10+500
Sub-total 57+120
6 548 Days 5+400 12+900 7+500
Sub-total 7+500
Total 97+620

4. PHYSICAL PROGRESS

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4.1 Survey Work

S No. Description Scope of Work (km) Status (km) % Completed


1 Centerline Marking 107+970 63+840 59.1%
2 OGL Recording 107+970 41+020 38.0%

Status as per CSC’s QPR ending June 2018.

4.2 Detailed Scope of Work & Physical Progress by component (end of June 2018)

Cost Cost %
Value of
Weigh Weighta Planned Physic
Physical
tage ge in Scope (As Progress al
Component Item Description Progress
for Compo per Scope of till Date Progre
(%)
Projec nent Work) ss
7X4
t (%) (%) 6/5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Camp, 2.05% 1. Camp, 2.05% One job 65% 65.0% 1.33%
Deployment of Deployment of
Resources etc. resources
Road Works - 48.60 1. Site Clearance 0.27% 107+970 km 12+600 11.67% 0.03%
Main % and Dismantling km
Carriageway
2. Earthwork 21.20% 95,40,312 30,93,536 31.80% 6.88%

3. GSB 5.72% 107+970 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%


4. WMM 6.26% 107+970 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
5. DBM 8.39% 107+970 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
6. BC 4.76% 107+970 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
Structures/ 16.49 1. Major Bridges 8.69% 6 no. 0 no. 0.0% 0.00%
Bridges %
2. Minor Bridges 3.84% 9 no. 0 no. 0.0% 0.00%
3. Slab Culvert 0.11% 6 no. 0 no. 0.0% 0.00%
4. Box Culverts 2.51% 89 no. 0 no. 0.0% 0.00%
5. Pipe Culvert 1.34% 291 no. 0 no. 0.0% 0.00%
Drainage and 32.41 1. Unlined Drains 0.05% 7+360 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
%
Protection Works 2. RCC Drains 1.28% 5+540 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
3. Crash Barrier 1.11% 49+576 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
4. Slope 0.01% 0+260 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
Protection
5. Breast Wall 11.43% 100+054 km 0+550 km 0.55% 0.06%
6. Rubble 2.73% 4+832 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
Masonry Ret.
Wall
7. PCC Ret. Wall 2.20% 9+632 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
8. RCC Ret. Wall 13.40% 3+785 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
9. Parapet Wall 0.19% 19+449 km 0+000 km 0.0% 0.00%
Traffic Signs and 1.15% 1.15%
Other
Appurtenances
Miscellaneous 1.30% 1.30%

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Cost Cost %
Value of
Weigh Weighta Planned Physic
Physical
tage ge in Scope (As Progress al
Component Item Description Progress
for Compo per Scope of till Date Progre
(%)
Projec nent Work) ss
7X4
t (%) (%) 6/5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
GRAND TOTAL 100.00 8.30%
%
Non BOQ Items 0.19% 0.19% 1 1 100% 0.19%

Status as per CSC’s QPR ending June 2018.

Note: CD Works/drainage/protective works contribute almost 50% of the project cost but
the contractor did not take any steps to start the work. Progress on these works is
Zero till date. Client was requested to instruct the CSC and Contractor to speed up
work on CD Work/drainage/protective works without further delay.

Pie chart:

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4.3 Details of major items – Structures & Drainage
Description Quantity Unit Item no.
Excavation 4,87,995.0 Cum 5.01, 6.01, 7.01, 7.08 (i)
M-15 Cement 51,944.0 Cum 5.04 (ii), 5.13 (b), 5.22, 5.25, 6.04,
Concrete 6.21, 7.02, 7.08 (ii)
M-20 Cement 29,449.0 Cum 5.04 (iii), 5.05, 6.05, 6.22, 7.03,
Concrete 8.01,10.12
M-25 Cement 4,085.0 Cum 5.06, 7.04
Concrete
M-30 Cement 74,263.9 Cum 5.07, 5.17, 6.17, 7.08 (v)
Concrete
M-35 Cement 21,805.0 Cum 6.07, 6.08 (i), 6.09
Concrete
M-40 Cement 662.0 Cum 6.16
Concrete
M-45 Cement 8,225.2 Cum 6.06, 6.08 (ii)
Concrete
Steel 10,029.3 T 5.08, 6.10, 7.05, 7.08 (viii)

4.4 Details of Cross Drainage Structures


Type Proposed Replaced Widening Total
Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong Road
HP Culvert 256 8 6 270
Box Culvert 67 21 Nil 88
Slab Culvert Nil 1 5 6
Minor Bridge 8 1 Nil 9
Major Bridge 5 1 Nil 6
Spur to Haochong
HP Culvert 12 Nil Nil 12
Box Culvert Nil Nil Nil Nil
Slab Culvert Nil Nil Nil Nil

Spur to Kabui Khullen


HP Culvert 3 Nil Nil 3
Box Culvert 1 Nil Nil 1
Slab Culvert Nil Nil Nil Nil
Junctions
HP Culvert 6 Nil Nil 6
Box Culvert Nil Nil Nil Nil

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Work Programme:

The Contractor submitted a revised Work Programme (R3) vide letter No.
HCC/IKTR/2277/2016/113 dated 22nd April 2017, and ISCD comments on the same were
submitted vide letter No. MDA/ISCD/IMP-PWD/2015-16/058 dated 3rd May 2017. Till date the
contractor has not submitted a revised programme till end of June 2018 though there was
huge shortfall in the progress and contractor is mandated under the contract to submit a
revised programme keeping the end date unchanged and accompanied by matching
resource planning.

ISCD places on record that a copy of the approved baseline work program or any sub-
sequent approved work program is required to be provided to ISCD for issue of consolidated
work schedule, as required under the ISCD contract.

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5. STRIP PLAN
5.1 Strip Plan (Summary) - Work front

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6. LAND ACQUISITION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCES STATUS
Land Acquisition requirement for IKT Road Project
Sl. Type of LA Required LA Required LA Status (In
No. Ownership (In Acre) (In Percentage) Percentage)
1 Private Land 63.3697 76.975 0.0
2 Government Land 32.2803 33.607 0.0
3 Community Land 0.40 0.416 0.0
Total 96.05 100

6.1 Social Safeguard Implementation Status of the IKTR Project.


Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong road is divided into two sections based on its
geographical and social features. The 1st section i.e. from Imphal-Kangchup is in
plain area falling in Imphal West district and inhabited by both general and tribal
people having private ownership of land. The 2nd section i.e. Kangchup to
Tamenglong is completely in hilly area falling in Kangpokpi district (etched out of
Senapati district), Senapati district, Noney district (etched out of Tamenglong district)
and Tamenglong district inhabited by tribal community only having
community/customary landholding system.

6.2 Environmental Status of the Project

Compliance to Statutory Environmental Requirements


Forest Clearance:
The majority of road stretches traverses through various types of forest(as given
below) and involve diversion of forest land and tree cutting within proposed ROW.The
details of forest locations along the project road sections are given below.
Chainage
S.N
Name of Reserve / Protected Forest District From To
o
(km) (km)
1. Kangchup Chiru Reserve Forest Senapati 17+200 19+300
2. Tairenpokpi-Tamenglong Protected Tamenglong 24+000 35+000
Forest
3. Kangchup Leimakhong Irang Tamenglong 35+000 72+400
Protected Forest
4. Unclassed Forest Tamenglong 72+500 97+900

Technical and Administrative approval has been granted for diversion of forest land
for construction of Imphal-Kangchup-Tamenglong Road section in Senapati and
Tamenglong districts.

The EA/IA in month of March, 2017 has deposited cost for NPV (INR 728.3838 lakh)
and CA (INR 225.811 lakh) in CAMPA account. In addition, cost for erection of
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deposited. The working permission for 1 year has been granted by the Forest Dept.
on 30.05.2017.

Environmental Clearance:
Even though the alignment does not pass through any environmentally sensitive
areas, part of the project road between Kangchup and Tamenglong is located at an
altitude of above 1000 m above MSL and majority of the proposed alignment
between Kangchup and Tamenglong is a new greenfield alignment in hilly terrain. As
it falls in the purview of Notification no. S.O. 195(E) dated 19 January 2009 by the
Ministry of Environment and Forests on amendment to the EIA Notification. The
Implementing Agency has requested the Director, Directorate of Environment, Social
Environment Impact Assessment Authority, Govt. of Manipur for grant of
Environmental clearance of the project vide letter No.
9/PD/SESRIP/Forest&Env/2013/2001 dated 22/03/2018 and environmental
Clearance for the project was received vide letter no. 1/48/2015(EIA)/DoE/213 dated
18th April 2018.

6.3 Pollution Clearances / Licences


S No. Description Remarks
1 Labour License Received
2 Insurances Received
3 NOC from state pollution control board Not yet submitted
4 Conducting Environmental Baseline data Baseline data for Air, Water
and Noise conducted by
NABL accredited agency and
submitted by the Contractor to
CSC on 15th July 2017. Under
evaluation by CSC. CSC may
complete the evaluation early.
5 NOC for establishment for Location/ layout of Submitted, under evaluation
Construction Camp, equipment and yards.
6 NOC for establishment for Location/ layout of worker’s Submitted, under evaluation
camp.
7 NOC for Discharges from Labour Camp. Not Submitted
8 Permission of the state Government for drawing water Not Submitted
from river/reservoirs
9 Permission of the state Government for drawing water Not Submitted
from Ground Water
10 Permission of the state Government for Sand mining Not Submitted
from river bed.
11 Due-diligence report - Mining for Quarries, in case of Not Submitted
operating of existing quarries.
12 License for use of explosives Not Submitted
13 CTO for Crusher Not Submitted
14 CTO for Hot mix plants, Crushers and Batch Mix Not Submitted
Plants.
15 CTO for Diesel Generator Plant Not Submitted
16 Permission of Village Chief and state government for Not Submitted
borrow earth
17 NOC for Civic Society - Disposal of bituminous wastes. Not Submitted

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S No. Description Remarks
18 NOC from Non-Commercial Project Diesel Fuel Station Submitted, under evaluation
Installation at Camp site. by CSC
19 NOC for Storage, handling and transport of hazardous Not Submitted
materials.

6.4 Status of Project Pre-Construction Clearance


The status of pre-construction clearances is far from satisfactory during the reporting
period as not a single consent to operate was obtained by the Contractor and no
visible efforts was made in this direction to expedite the matters. The detailed status
as of June 2018 is tabulated below:

Sl. Scope UP / C / NC / NI
No

01 Approval for Layout of Base camp (for Office & Staff for Under Progress
contractor)
02 Lease deed Agreement for Base camp Complied
03 Establishment of Base camp (for Office & Staff for CTE obtained from SPCB.
contractor) CTO pending

03 Lease deed Agreement for Stone Crusher Plant, Complied


Batching Plant, WMM Plant & Hot Mix Plant
04 Establishment of Stone Crusher Plant CTE obtained.
CTO pending
05 Establishment of Batching Plant CTE obtained.
CTO pending

06 Establishment of WMM Plant CTE obtained.


CTO pending
07 Establishment of Hot Mix Plant CTE obtained.
CTO pending
08 Operation of Diesel Generator Plant CTE obtained.
CTO pending
09 Discharges from Base Camp / Plant Site from SPCB Under Progress
10 NOC for Storage, handling and transport of hazardous Under Progress
materials from SPCB
11 Lease deed Agreement for Stone quarry. Complied

12 NOC & Clearance for New Stone Mine from Not yet submitted
Department of Mine & Forest.
13 NOC for Fuel Station Installation at camp site from Not yet submitted
Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas

6.5 Status of Utility Shifting


Utility Category Length Affected Progress of Physical Shifting
Water 12+900 km Not started
Electricity 12+900 km Not started

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7. CHANGE OF SCOPE
Not applicable, since work was not started.

8. MOBILISATION OF RESOURCES
8.1 Mobilisation status of ISCD Consultants

Person-
Date of
Name of Expert Position months as per
mobilization
Contract
International
Mr. Hemant Chadha Financial Management 2 24.02.2016
Specialist
Mr. Vimal Patel Road Safety Specialist 2 04.03.2016
National
Col. Krishan Lal Monga Project Management Specialist 24 03.02.2016
(Retd.) / Team Leader
Mr. Dhrubajyoti Mukherjee Financial Management 8 24.02.2016
Specialist
Mr. Rajendra Singh Rajput Reporting and Scheduling 24 05.04.2016
Specialist
Mr. Prasanta Kumar Sahu Social and Resettlement 18 05.04.2016
Specialist
Mr. Debasish Majumdar Environmental Specialist 18 23.02.2016
Non-Key Experts
Mr. B.K. Rajagopal / Project Coordinator 3 14.04.2016 /
Mr. R. Viswanathan 05.04.2016
Mr. Thingnam Gourshyam Documentation Expert 24 01.02.2016
Singh

8.2 Mobilisation status of CSC (Key Experts)


Sl
Position Name Date of Mobilization
No.
International Key Expert
1 Team Leader/ Senior Contract Bipan Gupta 23.05.2016
Administration Specialist
National Key Expert
1 Senior Highway Engineer S Rajesh Sharma 01.04.2016
2 Senior Pavement/ Material Rajanish Kumar Replacement to be
Engineer Mobilized

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3 Senior Quantity Surveyor cum Anil Kumar Singh Replacement to be
CS Mobilized
4 Senior Bridge Engineer Nandadulal DassGupta/ Replacement to be
Binod Raman Mobilized
5 Resettlement/ Social Madhusudan Hanumappa/ 07.03.2016
Development Specialist Dr. Debashish
Bhattacharya
6 Environmental Specialist KhabilonghupKh./ 24.02.2016
Dr Amar Sarkar
7 Resident Engineer - 1 Bhaskar Deka Replacement to be
Mobilized
8 Resident Engineer - 2 Rajesh Kumar GIRR not taken off
9 Asst.Resident Engineer-1 Roads Sayeed Mukhtar 01.02.2016
10 Asst.Resident Engineer-2 Roads Laikhuram Angouba Singh 18.07.2016
11 Asst.Resident Engineer-3 Roads Sarat Chandra Ghose Replacement to be
Mobilized
12 Asst.Resident Engineer-4 Roads Basant Kumar GIRR not taken off
13 Asst.Resident Engineer-1 Mukesh Bhadoria GIRR not taken off
Bridges
14 Asst.Resident Engineer-2 Rohit Kumar Singh 03.02.2016
Bridges

8.3 Mobilisation status of Contractor (Key Experts)


No. as per Mobilization
S No. Description Name
Contract Status
1 Project Manager 1 Jaydeep Chakraborty Mobilized
2 Sr. Quantity/ Contract 1 Sankha Goswami Mobilized
Specialist
3 Highway Engineer 1 Vijayakumar Hiremath Mobilized
(Project Construction Head)
4 Bridge/ Structure Engineer 1 Dilip Kumar Mobilized
(Section Incharge)
5 Geotechnical Engineer 1 Ashraf Mobilized
6 Quality Control Engineer 2 Not Mobilized
Not Mobilized
7 Site Engineer Roads 4 Avinash Paswan Mobilized
Santosh kumar Mobilized
Supriyo Ghosh Mobilized
Not Mobilized
8 Site Engineer Structures 2 K. Maharajan Mobilized
Not Mobilized
9 Material Engineer 2 Prajapati Mobilized
Not Mobilized
10 Quantity Engineer 2 Rajan Dev Mobilized
Niranjan reddy Mobilized

11 Road Safety Engineer 2 Shivam Kumar Mobilized


Not Mobilized
12 Environmental Engineer 2 Not Mobilized
Not Mobilized
13 Survey Engineer 2 Debdas Karmakar Mobilized
Not Mobilized

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No. as per Mobilization
S No. Description Name
Contract Status
14 Mechanical Engineer 2 Bijoy Kumar Gogoi Mobilized
Dhiraj Kumar Mishra Mobilized
15 Surveyor 4 Chunchun Prasad Mobilized
Sanjay Mobilized
Mitilesh Kumar Mobilized
Not Mobilized

8.4 Plant and Machinery


Minimum
Mobilized
S No. Description Requirement as per Remarks
at Site
Contract
1 Motor Grader 4 0
2 Dozer 2 1
3 Front end Loader cum Excavator 4 1
4 Smooth Wheeled Roller 2 0
5 Tandem Roller 2 1
6 Vibratory Roller 4 1
7 Pneumatic Roller 2 0
8 Sheep Foot Roller 1 0
9 Hydraulic Excavator of minimum 6 27
220 CC Capacity
10 Aggregate Crushing and 2 0
Screening Plant (300 TPH)
11 Wet Mixing Plant (200 TPH) 2 0
12 Batch Type Hot Mix Plant 160 2 0
TPH Capacity
13 Paver Finisher with Electronic 2 0
Sensor
14 Water Tanker 6 0
15 Bitumen Sprayer 2 0
16 Tandem Roller 2 0
17 Concrete Mixer with Integral 3 0
Weigh Batching Facility
18 Concrete Batching and Mixing 1 Not yet
Plant(Minimum Capacity 15 installed
cum/hr)

Note: i) The hired machinery earlier available at site was demobilised by the
contractor in the month of August 2017.
Due to slow progress in survey work and unplanned a haphazard method of
soil excavation, the Contractor was not able to utilize the available machinery
at site.
ii) The daily record of construction equipment/personnel and their working status
are not being submitted as required under sub clause 6.1 of PCC.

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The CSC is to be instructed to maintain daily record of serviceable machinery
available at site and its deployment at specific chainages for specific works to
prevent the tendency of idling claims by the Contractor.
Hauling equipment to serve the excavators was not provided in sufficient
numbers. Only 33 numbers were available to serve 45 excavators.

9. FINANCIAL PROGRESS DETAILS


 Financial progress in current quarter was Rs.8.20 Crores and Cumulative financial
progress Rs.83.30 Crores (Figures taken from QPR’s ending June 2018).
 A total payment of INR 7,34,38,481 and USD 464,550 released to the CSC.
 A total payment of INR 3,27,00,276 and USD 34,523 released to the ISCD.

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S-curve:

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10. MONITORING OF OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE OBLIGATIONS

No monitoring was started as baseline survey was not completed.

11. MEETINGS AND SITE VISITS DURING THE QUARTER


11.1 Meetings

A meeting was held at PD’s Chamber on 02 April 2018 to review the Safeguards
Issues which was attended by representatives from IA, ISCD, CSC and Contractor.

A meeting was held at PD’s Chamber on 03 April 2018 to review the Safeguards
Issues with ADB Mission team and representatives from IA, ISCD, CSC and
Contractor.

A workshop on “Application of Geo-Synthetic Textiles in the Construction of Roads,


Slopes & Water Reservoir” was held at the Conference Hall, PWD on 20 April 2018.
A team of IA, ISCD experts, CSC and Contractor visited site on 2 nd May 2018 at Ch.
24+540.

A meeting was held at Conference Hall, PWD on 11 th May 2018 to review the progress
work with ADB Mission team and representatives from IA, ISCD, CSC and Contractor.

A “Workshop on Advance methodology Approach of Hot melt Thermoplastic Road


marking and Road Safety Devices” was organized by M/s Sunrise Overseas in
collaboration with PWD, Manipur on 06 June 2018 at the Conference Hall, PWD.

11.2 Site Visits

Along with ADB Mission team and representatives from IA, ISCD, CSC and Contractor
visited site on 3rd April 2018.

Environmental Expert of ISCD and representatives of CSC and contractor visited


Kangchup to Waphong on 12th April 2018.

Environmental Expert of ISCD and representatives of CSC and contractor visited


Khumji to Ijeirong village road via Haochong on 13th April 2018.

Environmental Expert of ISCD and representatives of CSC and contractor visited


Khumji to Upper Nagaching and Langkhong to Dailong village road on 14th April 2018.

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A joint site visit along with ADB Mission team and representatives from IA, ISCD, CSC.

ADB Mission Team on 3rd April 2018 and Contractor was held on 12th May 2018

A team of IA, ISCD experts, CSC and Contractor visited site on 8 th June 2018 at Ch.
17+200.

12. OBLIGATIONS AS PER CONTRACT


All obligations on part of the client have been fully met within the contractual
timeframe.

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13. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE QUARTER

ADB Mission Team on 3rd April 2018

Site visit at Ch. 24+540 on 2nd May, 2018

Measurement of Affected Agricultural land at km 14+200 on 08 June 2018

14. RECORD OF IMPORTANT DOCUMENTATION DURING THE QUARTER

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