SMEC and EGC to monitor and evaluate Tarbela 4 extension

3 November 2014

The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has engaged SMEC, in association with subsidiary Engineering General Consultants (EGC) to provide monitoring and evaluation services for the Tarbela 4 Extension Hydropower Project.

This Project is part of the Pakistan Government's least-cost electricity generation strategy which aims to expand Pakistan's electricity generation capacity cost-effectively. The extension will increase generation capacity at Tarbela from 3450MW to 4880MW, and is expected to add approximately 3.9 billion units of low-cost electricity to the national grid per year.

SMEC's services include: monitoring and evaluating the implementation of all project works; identifying physical, environmental, social and economic impacts; tracking key indicators of the implementation schedule (input, output and outcome); developing a Project Monitoring Information System; implementing and supervising Environmental, Social and Resettlement Action Plans; and introducing an Enterprise Project Management System (EPMS) to manage sub-projects, and provide risk management and performance analysis.

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