The Pakistan Housing Authority Foundation (PHAF) has sought engineering consultancy services from NESPAK for the development of a housing scheme at Surizai, Peshawar, through competitive bidding.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, NESPAK Managing Director Dr Tahir Masood said in line with the prime minister’s vision, his company remains committed to playing an active role in the country’s housing sector.
“The estimated cost of the project is Rs100 billion and it spreads over an area of 8,500 kanals (1,062 acres),” the statement read. “NESPAK’s scope of consultancy work includes detailed surveys and investigations, feasibility study along with the preparation of PC-I and PC-II, master planning, infrastructure design, detailed designing of houses, apartments, commercial and public amenities, preparation of detailed tender documents including cost estimates, prequalification of constructors, preparation of construction drawings, assistance to the client in bid evaluation and construction supervision.”
NESPAK-Islamabad Chief Engineer Salman Shahid has been designated as the project manager.