Islamabad: By building a 3.4-kilometer road stretch, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has authorised the hiring of Engineering Consultancy Services Punjab (ECSP) to connect Margalla Avenue with the Motorway (M-1).
The project entails constructing a 1.6 kilometre section of road that runs through Islamabad. The environmental impact assessment (EIA), detailed design, estimating, bid documents, and construction supervision are all handled by ECSP.
The only firm to make a financial bid for the entire route was ECSP, despite the CDA’s previous request for bids from solely state-owned companies. The CDA ultimately chose to use them just for the Islamabad area.
Furthermore, the CDA board has authorised spending Rs78.75 million on the projected cost of the 1.6 kilometre patch.
Margalla Avenue and the M-1 highway would be connected as part of the project, giving commuters travelling between Islamabad and GT Road an alternate route.
The Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) was asked to work on the section of the road inside Rawalpindi’s boundaries, while the Prime Minister gave the CDA instructions to acquire and build the road falling within Islamabad in 2021.
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