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JAFRI AND ASSOCIATES Company Profile Karachi Branch: B-121 Block H, North Nazimabad Phone: 6644481 – 6645985 Fax: 6649429 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Lahore Branch: 9-1 Block L, 281, Ferozepur Road, Gulberg 3 Phone: 5881745 Fax: 5882759 Email: email@example.com INDEX DESCRIPTION 1. A WORD 2. JAFRI & ASSOCIATES AT A GLANCE 3. THE COMPANY 4. SCOPE OF SERVICES & FIELD OF ACTIVITY 5. PERSONNEL 6. KEY PERSONNEL CURRICUM VITAE 7. IN HOUSE FACILITIES 8. REGISTRATION WITH PAKISTAN ENGINEERING COUNCIL 9. ENERGY & POWER PROJECTS 10. PORJECTS COST BREAK-DOWN 11. REGISTRATION WITH WORLD BANK & ASIAN DEVELOMENT BANK 12. ENLISTMENT OF THE COMPANY. 13. CERTIFICATES Ø PEC CERTIFICATE Ø BANK CETIFICATE Ø NATIONAL INCOME TAX REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE. 14. GENERAL EXPERIENCE. A word Looking back at the past, it all appears like a dream come true. I was determined to organize a group for providing consultancy services in the field of ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, which was at that time almost non-existent in the country. It had been the year 1968 - I had ventured into this field with many known and unknowns. On the face of it, this appeared to be easy sailing but in reality it was a hard nut to crack. The problems were twofold; first being to get the prospective client’s consultancy minded, and secondly to establish our foothold in this field. Having mustered the teething problems of infancy - we were on the track. With a dedicated and motivated team, we moved ahead inch by inch and finally succeeded in creating a place amongst the family of Consultants. The beginning was modest but with hard work and divine grace, we continued to receive and still receive projects of great significance and importance. For the past 35 years, Jafri and Associates (J&A) has provided comprehensive services for a large number of projects. The Company has worked on several joint venture projects with Consultants from North America, Europe and Japan. In conclusion, I would like to express my gratitude and thanks to all our clients, associates and organisations for their support and goodwill we have been receiving in the past and continue to receive even today. I hope that our clients will continue to patronise us in the years to come as they have done in the past. I am confident that Jafri and Associates as a team is prepared to meet the challenges of the 21st Century head-on. Syed Sibte Ahmed Jafri President Jafri & Associates at A Glance Name Of Company........................…………JAFRI AND ASSOCIATES Year Of Establishment...................………..1968 Status Of Firm...............................……….. Proprietorship Areas Of Services...........................……….. Electrical Engineering, Power Systems, Power Generation, Energy Management, Energy Audits & HVAC(Refer scope & field activity, & Appendix-3) Cost Of Jobs Handled....................……….. RS. 10,400 Million (Refer to Appendix2 &3) Offices In Major Cities Of Pakistan....................................………..Karachi, Lahore. (Refer the Company, Page # 3) PEC Registration Number.............………..CONSULT/26 Registered for Design, Planing of Electrical & Mechanical, HVAC and Allied Works, & Civil Engineering Works. (Refer Registration with PEC, Page # 39) Name Of Bankers..........................……… Citibank Muslim Commercial Bank Ltd. National Bank Ltd. United Bank Ltd. Prime Commercial Bank. Registration With International Banks.....................………….The World Bank & Asian Development Bank (Refer to Appendix-1) Collaborations................................……….. Electrowatt Engineering Services Ltd., Switzerland. Lahmeyer International, Germany. Fichtner Consulting Engineers, Gmbh, Germany. Lehr Associates, USA. Mathtech, Incorporate, USA. Registered With Major Pakistani Organizations.................………..WAPDA,KESC, SUPARCO, PIA,CAA, NRL, Pakistan Steel, NDBP, NDFC, CDA, KDA, KWSB, Port Qasim Authority, etc. (Refer enlistment of company, Page # 40) The Company Introduction Jafri and Associates (JA) is one of the pioneer Consulting houses of Pakistan active in the disciplines of electrical power generation, energy, electrical engineering, and HVAC. JA offers comprehensive services in these areas, which includes project studies, engineering design, construction supervision, and monitoring of projects, project management etc. The Company has had the good fortune of having worked on many prestigious and important projects in the country - both in the public and private sectors. The strength of Jafri and Associates lies in the ability of our professional expertise, which is determined to provide services of the highest quality. Due to achievements and the level of operation we provide, JA has attained an un- paralleled status amongst private sector consulting houses. JA is currently engaged in the execution of many prestigious projects. Further, JA is registered with the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, and other reputable financial agencies of Pakistan. JA is also registered with Pakistan Engineering Council, Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA), The Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC), and a number of other important national organisations of Pakistan. JA is quite conversant with the policies of Government of Pakistan regarding Private Power Generation and the official formalities and documentation involved. As JA is very well connected with both WAPDA and KESC, it puts JA in a highly advantageous position and making all necessary liaisons and activities with government very easy. Jafri and Associates is thus well equipped to satisfy the most stringent requirements in a broad spectrum of engineering and allied disciplines, with an ever increasing role of service to the Nation in the field of Power Generation and energy. Directory Head Office: B-121, Block-H, North Nazimabad, Karachi, Pakistan 74700. Tel: (9221) 6644481, 6645985 Fax: (9221) 6649429 Internet Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lahore Office: 9-A/L,281, Ferozepure Road, Gulberg-III, Lahore, Pakistan Tel/Fax: (9242) 588-2759 Jafrilhr@brain.net.pk Scope Of Services & Field Of Activity Jafri and Associates (JA) is a multi-disciplinary consulting house and is equipped to provide comprehensive and highly professional range of services. Scope of Services JA offers comprehensive services covering the following: ◊ Planning ◊ Feasibility, design, tariff and sector studies ◊ Geo-tech/environmental studies ◊ Design development of specifications and tender documents ◊ Evaluation of bids, negotiations for award of works, and preparation of contract documents. ◊ Inspection and witnessing of tests on equipment at Manufacturer’s works ◊ Supervision of installation and commissioning; progress monitoring; quality control ◊ Project supervision and management ◊ Loss evaluation. ◊ Vetting of Designs. ◊ Inspection of existing installations with a view to recommend amelioration Field of Activity JA offers comprehensive services in the fields of: ◊ Power generation, including co-generation ◊ Energy sector studies , energy planning and energy audits ◊ Energy management and conservation ◊ Power transmission and distribution ◊ Electrical engineering including internal and external installations for residential, commercial and industrial complexes, hospitals, schools, recreational complexes etc. ◊ Heating, Ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) ◊ Civil Engineering; associated with above services. Personnel The company is fortunate in utilizing the expertise of a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals: Professionals Syed Sibte Ahmed Jafri President Javid Akhtar Associate Abdul Majid. Associate Zia Haider Naqvi Associate Syed Tanveer Jafri Mechanical Engineer/Master in Environmental System Farooqu-e-Azam Senior Engineer A.A.Azharal H. Mallick Project Manager Khadim Hussain Electrical Engineer Sayed Faiz Ummar Civil Engineer Mazhar Shahmim Engineer Aslam Pervaz Sheikh Engineer Professionals as Advisors Shah Nawaz Khan Expert Hydel Power Abdul Khaliq Bag Expert Generation / Transmission Ismet Beg Chartered Civil & Structural Engineer Office Staff Manzoor H Minhas Manager Finance Asiya Ahmed Khan Executive Secretary Mehfooz Khan Computer Specialist /Cad Operator Mohammed Shafique Draftsman / Cad Operator Shahida Qamar Telephone Operator Khawaja Waqas Office Assistance. Syed Sibte Ahmed Jafri Syed Sibte Ahmed Jafri Jafri and Associates- President Education Ø B.E. in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering from N.E.D. University of Karachi; 1959 with Honors Ø Post Graduate Training in English Electric Company, England. Professional Management and Continual Learning Courses Attended Ø Management of Human Resources for CEOs Ø Project Management using PERT and CPM Ø Various classes on Computers as a tool for Engineers Ø Association of Energy Engineers USA, Annual Conference, 1984 Ø Seminars on Artificial Intelligence and Co-Generation, 1984 Ø International Multi-Topic Symposium sponsored by IEEEP Pakistan, 1982 - Present Ø Seminars organized by the Illumination Engineers Society India, 1987-1995 Ø Seminars organized by the Illumination Society of Pakistan, 1982- Present Ø Electrical Power Conference in Chicago, USA 1995 Professional Membership & Designations Ø Institution of Engineers, Pakistan – Life Fellow Ø Institution of Electrical and Electric Engineers, Pakistan. Life Fellow Ø Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, USA - Member Ø Illumination Engineers, Society of North America - Member Ø Association of Energy Engineers, USA - Member Ø Illumination Society of Pakistan - Founding President Ø Pakistan Standard Institution (PSI) - Member of various Committees Ø Electro-Technical Division Pakistan Standards Institution (PSI) - Vice Chairman Ø National Building Code Committee - Member Ø Pakistan Engineering Council, 1989 -1992 - Executive Committee Member Ø Institution of Engineers, Pakistan - Vice Chairman Ø Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Pakistan – Ex-Chairman Karachi Centre;Vice President Ø Rotary Club Of Karachi Pakistan - Past President, Paul Harris Fellow, presently Assistant Governor, District. 3270 Experience 1968 - Present President , Jafri and Associates International Experience Ø Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC Systems for Various Prefabricated School Buildings in Kuwait Ø Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC Systems for Various Prefabricated Buildings in Iraq. Ø Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC Systems for housing for Alkharaj Power Plant Riyad, Saudi Arabia Experience in Pakistan Ø Self-Generation Plant for National Refinery, Karachi consisting of 7.5 MW steam turbine and 4 MW diesel generator: Concept, design, documentation and supervision for civil structures, electrical & mechanical systems. Ø Full time Consultant and COO for 135 MW Japan Power Generation Independent Power Project at Raiwind Lahore during the period of its testing and commissioning leading to COD. Ø Rehabilitation and Modernization of the entire Electrical Power Distribution System at Karachi University Ø Siddiq Trade Center, Multipurpose Commercial Building, Co-Generation, 8MW Electrical Power, 3000 Tr. HVAC Ø Aga Khan University, Karachi, Co-generation - 8MW Electrical Power as a part of Energy Conservation Project. Ø Engro Chemical Electrical Network Study - examine impact of expansion of its power generation capacity by15MW and digitization of its drawings Ø Crescent Industrial Chemicals, Winder, Baluchistan - entire Electrical Systems and 15 MW Co-generation Ø Power and Steam balancing for Habib Sugar Mills, Nawabshah, Sind Ø Self Generation for Cherat Cement, Peshawar - The design is based on 3 furnace oil sets, about 15MW with expansion facilities to 25 MW Ø Self Generation Plant for Nishat Mills, Faisalabad - consisting of 4 units of 5 MW each - design, documentation and supervision for civil engineering, electrical and mechanical systems Ø System Augmentation of the entire Transmission and Distribution Network of Karachi Electrical Supply Co.(for this 15 year ADB funded Project, JV was formed between Lahmeyer International, Electrowatt, NESPAK and Jafri and Associates) Ø Self Generation for National Bank of Pakistan based on small furnace oil (2 x 570 kW) engines Ø Local associate of Lahmeyer International, Consultant to ICI Pakistan for their 220 kV, 40MVA Grid Station for its PTA plant Bin Qasim, Karachi Ø Sheraton Hotel, Lahore- design, documentation and supervision for electrical, communication and allied works and elevators Ø Village Electrification under IBRD and OECF funding in the province of Sind, Pakistan covering over 2000 villages Ø Energy related studies on Manpower Planning, Renewable and Special Energy Issues, for Mathtech, and United States AID Consultants for the Government of Pakistan Ø Dewan Salman Fibres, Hattar Industrial Estates, NWFP, Pakistan - entire Electrical and Instrumentation System, and Co-Generation Plant Ø 2 x 600 MW Private Power Generating Plant at Hub planned to be furnace oil fired steam turbine facility; as local consultant to Hawker Siddeley, England Ø 132 kV Grid Station and associated transmission line for NESPAK- design, documentation and supervision Ø Co-generation for the SNGPL Building, Lahore involving 2x 600 kW gas turbines and absorption chillers Ø Self-generation for the Globe Textile Mills Karachi 2 x 2 MW based on furnace oil engines Ø Pakistan State Oil Head Office Building, Karachi. 1970-71 Manager, General Product Division at AEI / English Electric (Pakistan) Limited 1965-70 Deputy Manager at English Electric Company Limited, Karachi. 1964-65 Planning Engineer at M/s Zafar Associates, Consulting Engineers, Karachi. 1963-64 Contract and Site Engineer, English Electric, for the supply and installation of grid Sub-stations for the secondary Transmission, Distribution and grid for WAPDA at Multan and Bahawalnagar. 1961-63 Graduate Apprenticeship course at English Electric UK 1959-61 Sales and Contract Engineer at M/s English Electric Company Limited, Karachi. Papers Authored Ø “The Energy Crises - a problem that can be solved” Ø Institution of Engineers Pakistan – “Are KESC’s Problems Over The Engineers, Supplement on KESC” Ø Small Scale Self-Generation – “Can Government of Pakistan Play a Role?” Ø PEC/USAID/World Bank International Seminar on Construction Industry, September 1990 - “Sound Consultancy - Basis for Sound Construction” Ø “Energy Audit of a Textile Mill - a Case Study” Annual Convention 1988 Institution of Electrical Engineers, Lahore Ø “Ending Load Shedding - There is a way The Wind Option” Institution of Electrical Engineers Pakistan 1986 Ø Alternative Energy Sources “The Wind”Institution of Electrical Engineers Pakistan 1985 Ø A case for publishing “Guide-Lines for Wiring Installation in Pakistan” Ø Institution of Electrical Engineers Pakistan “Services System for High Rise Building” Institute of Engineering Pakistan “Safe Living through better Earthing Institution of Electrical Engineers Pakistan” Official Travels Ø Bangladesh Ø China Ø Finland Ø France Ø Germany Ø Italy Ø Indonesia Ø Japan Ø Netherlands Ø Nepal Ø Switzerland Ø South Korea Ø United Kingdom Ø United States of America Javid Akhtar Curriculum Vitae Name ...................................Javid Akhtar Profession..........................Mechanical / Electrical Engineer Position in (J&A) ............Associate / Chief Engineer Nationality ........................Pakis tani Education ◊ B.Sc. in Physics and Mathematics from Punjab University, Pakistan. ◊ B.A. Mechanical Sciences Tripos - Cambridge University, UK Affiliation ◊ Institution of Electrical Engineer, Pakistan - Fellow of Institution of Electrical Engineers, Pakistan. Have been an active member for any many years. Was a member of the Executive Committee for over ten years. Was elected Vice President in 1985 and 1986 and President in 1989 and 1990. ◊ Pakistan Standards Institution - This is the national standards making body. I have been associated with it since 1962 and have been an active member and head of many sectional committees charged with making various standards for electrical equipment and materials. I have been Chairman of the Electro-Technical Division Council which is the body for the final approval of standards prepared by the various sectional committees. In 1994, 1 was awarded Fellowship of the Institution and gold medal. ◊ University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore - I have been an advisor to the selection Board for the appointment of lecturers, Associate Professors, and Professors in the Electrical Engineering department. Experience 1989 -94 ◊ Member Power of the WAPDA Management Authority and was executive head of the WAPDA Power Wing which consists of the entire generation, Transmission and distribution system in Pakistan. ◊ In Generation, responsibilities included construction of new power houses with 1800 NM additional thermal capacity' and 1700 MW hydel capacity added between 1989 and 1994. In operation of power houses, special attention was paid to the improvement of maintenance and power house availability which now meets international standards (in excess of 80%). A Maintenance Management System (MMS) was introduced which computerised the organisation and planning of power house maintenance. This helped reduced load-shedding. ◊ In Transmission, supervision of system expansion, outlined in detail below, was continued. In Distribution, extensive computerisation of the Distribution ◊ Operation was - introduced. A new system of planning and engineering distribution lines was introduced. For this computerised mapping of the entire distribution system was initiated. Software for planning distribution lines and for optimisation of distribution losses, calculation of voltage drop- placement of capacitors etc. was procured and put into operation. This software was used in each of eight geographical areas Boards. Javid Akhtar In each Area Board, Engineering departments were set-up for expansion of the distribution system and the re-arrangement and construction of new lines using the software. At the local level, similar engineering work was introduced using PCs. This new engineering system will help in improving voltage distribution levels and quality of supply. ◊ A major new Training program was initiated. All new engineers now must pass through a formal one year training program. Training systems at the Generation and Distribution departments were strengthened and expected. A number of training institutes were set-up for this purpose. ◊ Private Power was introduced. Was main negotiator for the Power Purchase Agreement for the 1200 MW Hub Power Project, which is the first private power project in the country. Subsequently the PPAs have been standardized based on this model. GOP having taken a decision to privatize WAPDA, consultants were appointed for this purpose. Was a principal participant in the preparation of WAPDA Privatization Plan. This plan calls for all thermal generation to be privatize with a competitive marker will all generating plants supplying power to the grid through a spot market. The transmission system was to be converted into a separate: company to be retained by WAPDA which would also retain hydel generation capacity. Dispatch of power would be controlled by the grid company through the spot aspects of grid station construction which led to the procurement of individual components by WAPDA. Construction was then performed by WAPDA Grid Systems Construction Department with construction supervision performed by the Design Department. This resulted in substantial savings in construction costs. ◊ During this period, WAPDA obtained a US $ 100 million loan for expansion of the grid system. ◊ The WAPDA Design Department was approved by the World Bank for the entire engineering consultancy of the project. 1966-74 Director Standards and Research, Design Department WAPDA - Helped to create the WAPDA Design Department for Transmission and Distribution (headed by a Chief Engineer). Managed a team of 10-12 engineers. The Design Department bore primary responsibility for the preparation of detailed designs, standards, specifications for II kV, 66 kV and 132 kV Equipment. Also responsible for technical adjudication of tenders for the procurement of the above equipment. 1962-66 Assistant Director, Standards and Design WAPDA - Designed the I I kV and 440 V distribution lines for the WAPDA system. Designed and standardized selection of conductors, insulators, transformers line hardware. Carried out studies for the optimazation of 11kV and low voltage structures, conductors and insulators. Prepared detailed specification for procurement of all 11 kV and 400 V equipment. Prepared construction standards for the same. 1959-62 Executive Engineer WAPDA - Supervised the construction of 220 kV Multan Faisalabad transmission line, and the Nishatabad Grid station. Approved line from Faisalabad to Sahiwal and Faisalabad to Lahore of the first Pakistan Primary Grid. Javid Akhtar 1957-59 Senior Engineer Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation - Worked on the construction of Multan Power House. 1955-57 Junior Design Engineer R.C.A. Victor Co. Ltd., Montreal Canada - Worked on the design and development of VHF Antenna Systems market mechanism. This Area Boards ( regional distribution board) would be privatized and would be regulated. A National Electric Power Regulating Authority was proposed for this purpose. 1987-89 Managing Director WAPDA - Transmission and Grid Stations (T&GS). ◊ Responsible for the entire WAPDA transmission system including design, construction, and operation. Transmission system included lines from 500 kV to kV. By 1987, the total mileage of the transmission system exceeded 2 1,000 km and 518 grid stations. The position and responsibility of GM Design was amalgamated within the GM T&GS. Thus, design of all systems upto 220 kV was undertaken. Was also responsible for the construction of the entire grid systems. The 66 kV and 132 kV systems were constructed in-house. 220 kV and 500 kV systems were constructed by local contractors with construction supervision by the department. ◊ Responsible for the procurement of all T & GS materials aid the placement of construction contracts. These contracts ranged from US $ 150 million to US $ 300 million. ◊ Responsible for the operation of the grid system covering Pakistan Reengineered the maintenance staff by initiating a team-oriented approach, with the maintenance crew's having designated skills and responsibilities, and standardized tools and equipment. Also initiated an on-going program. This included the setup of a training institute at Terbela. Initially trainers were trained who continue to impart additional professional education to all operations staff. 1984-87 General Manager WAPDA, Transmission and Grid Stations - Scope of work as above. 1981-84 General Manager WAPDA, Design and Protection - Responsible for the Design and Protection Departments. The Design Department continued engineering design for subsequent loans from the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank totalling in excess of US $ 300 million. Over this period, annual investment in Transmission System expansion by WAPDA was US $ 50 to 150 million for which the Design Department was Design and Engineering Consultant. The design department was also responsible for the detailed planning of the 66 kV and 132 kV transmission system. Also took over the specification of protection equipment for grid stations and initiated the detailed design of grid station protection systems. 1974-81 Chief Engineer, Design Department WAPDA - Headed the WAPDA Design Department with management of a team of 150 engineers. Carried out design and specification of the 66 kV to 220 kV WAPDA transmission system. Continued work on the design and specification of distribution lines. Initiated, for the first time, detailed design and engineering of grid stations in Pakistan. Previously procurement of grid stations was based on consultant specification and tendering and turnkey procurement. This was replaced by detailed in -house designing of all . Abdul Majid Curriculum Vitae Name .............................. Abdul Majid Profession....................... Electrical Engineer Position in (J&A)........... Associate Nationality...................... Pakistani Qualifications B.Sc. Engineering (Electrical) 1st Class in 1952. Affiliations ◊ Life Fellow-Institution of Electrical Engineers (Pakistan). ◊ Member Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (USA). Foreign Training I was deputed by Government of Pakistan in June 1964 to receive higher practical training in Australia under Colombo Plan Scheme in the Field Construction and Maintenance of High Voltage Transmission Line and Grid Stations. The training extended for a period of one year and was spread over various states of Australia under supervision of Electricity Commission. As Chief Engineer, Rural Electrification Organization, I was sent to USA under the U.S. Aid Program to study system of Rural Electrification in USA I also undertook a four week course in the University of Missouri in Computer Aided Distribution Planning and Design (CADPAD). Also under took four weeks course in Financial Management concerning Rural Electrification Program. Experience 1992-to date Since May 1992, I am associated with J&A as Associate and Project Manager. Responsibility comprises Rural Electrification Project in Sindh (WAPDA) under IBRD and OECF Loans. 1987-88 While posted as Chief of Training visited Malaysia to see the functions of Distribution Training Institute constructed with the help of International labor Organization (ILO). 1982-85 Chief Engineer (Rural electrification Organization). Loan from Asian Development bank which was utilized for electrification of 900 villages in Pakistan. 300 villages were electrified in Baluchistan under Kuwait Fund. 1985-87 Chief Engineer (Distribution) training under general Manager (Distribution) Power. A grant of 50 Million US dollar was given to WAPDA for Distribution training. During 2 years stay as Chief of training, I sent more than two hundred Engineers to USA under short and long term training program. 1987-88 Chief Resident Representative in 1987. The main work of Chief Resident Representative was to clear the goods of WAPDA imported under Cash Foreign Exchange, Loan, Barter, Grant; and to dispatch them to different Projects sites located all over Pakistan. Retired on 31-12-88 from the post of Chief Resident Representative. Abdul Majid 1980-81 In January 1980 I was transferred as Chief Engineer (Headquarters) Lahore. I was working as staff officer to General Manager (Distribution) in the capacity of Chief Engineer (Headquarters). In addition to the staff duty following specific functions were also performed: ◊ Preparation of indent for the requirement of stores for the Distribution Wing of WAPDA and their distribution to different Regions after their procurement by the Chief Engineer (Procurement). ◊ Coordination between the Provincial Government and the different field formations regarding village Electrification. ◊ Approval of estimates for the work to be executed in the different areas of Area Electricity Board. ◊ Preparation of monthly reports. Region wise in respect of (i) accidents fatal and non-fatal, (ii) interruption of Power and (iii) damaged transformers. 1977-80 Chief engineer, Gujranwala Region Gujranwala. The work load involved dealing with the consumers of various categories, supervision of Distribution system with approximate 150 MW maximum demand. The work also included maintenance of existing operation system, extension of distribution lines/system consisting of 10678 km. HT lines along with 11384 numbers of Substations and 3962 km LT. Lines. 1975-77 Superintending Engineer the industrial area of Lahore, where all large and heavy industries were located. The work load involved maintenance operation day to day extension of the Distribution System consisting of over 3500 miles HT lines with associated Substations, and about 2000 miles L.T. lines and about 120 MW maximum demand load. 1972-75 Appointed by the West Pakistan Water and Power development Authority as Superintending Engineer, Lahore. Incharge Electrical Distribution System including Maintenance. Involved dealing with over 145000 consumers of various categories, supervision of the system with approximate 80 MW maximum demand and looking after personnel matters of about 1500 employees including unofficial and bilateral negotiations. It also involved control over approximately revenues of Rs. 4.5 Million per month. It may be of interest to mention that all the important Functions/assemblies during the famous Islamic Summit conference of February, 1974, the electrical maintenance of which was directly my responsibility. An appreciation letter was issued by Chairman WAPDA for the good work during the Islamic Summit. 1968-71 In the year 1968, I was posted as manager (Superintending Engineer) Chittagong Electric Supply. The maximum load of Chittagong city was 45 MW. I was responsible for the maintenance and electric Supply and for the maintenance and operating of 10 MW Diesel and 15 MW Gas Turbine Power Station. I was also responsible for operating, maintenance and extension of power supply within the city of Chittagong and its suburbs. 1963-66 Incharge for the construction of 33 kV Transmission line from Sylhet to different Tea Gardens around Sylhet. About 100 miles of 33 kV lines were constructed and sub-stations were installed in and around Sylhet. Abdul Majid During Cyclones and other emergencies, whenever 132 KV lines were damaged, my services were requisitioned by the Authority and the repair work was completed in record time and the job done was appreciated by WAPDA. As Superintending Engineer, I was Incharge for the construction of 132 kV Transmission line of Grid Stations between Thakurgaon and Saidpur and construction of Grid Stations at these two cities. Besides there was secondary transmission line of 33 kV and 66 kV under construction. 1958-63 As Executive Engineer, I was responsible for the construction of 132 kV Transmission line between Dacca and Chittagong and 132 KV Grid Station at Comila. This 132 kV Transmission lines was then first of its kind in East Pakistan and this line was being constructed to connect Karnafully Hydro Station with Dacca, the capital of East Pakistan. In the year 1959, when the Water and Power Development Authority came into existence, my services were transferred to this Organization. 1956-58 As Assistant Executive Engineer, I was attached with construction work of 16 MW Steam Power Station and laying of underground 11 kV cables in and around the city. I also took up the work of planning and execution of 11 kV overhead Distribution lines. 1952-53 Graduate Apprentice in the Electricity Directorate. Government of East Pakistan. Training in different branches of the Electricity Department. Training on small Diesel Generating Sets, laying of 11 kV underground cables and construction of over-head 11 kV and low tension distribution lines. Appointed as an Assistant Engineer in July 1953. For one year and was responsible for planning, erection and operation of small power station and distribution lines in the rural areas consisting of diesel Generating Sets and Low Voltage Distribution lines. Resident Engineer of a Power Station and I was incharge for the maintenance of the Diesel Power Station, Low Tension Distribution lines and supply of power to the consumers in the City as Resident Engineer. Zia Haider Naqvi Curriculum Vitae Name ………………………… Zia Haider Naqvi Profession…………………... Mechanical Engineer Position……………………… Associate Experience 2000 till Present Presently working with M/s. Jafri and Associates, Karachi as Senior Associate and looking after Self Generation and Co- Generation Projects. 1996 to 2000 Worked as an Engineering Consultant with a an Engineering Consultant with a renowned group of Pakistan; responsible for procurement of material, plant machinery of the project costing US$ 105 million. CONSULTANCY ASSIGNMENTS (In Shipbuilding, Ship repair General Engineering) Ø Management Technique. Ø Study and Preparation of Feasibility Report. Ø Preparation of tender documents including commercial terms conditions and Technical specification. Ø Technical & Commercial scrutiny of offers & quotations. Ø Finalization of Contracts. Ø Conducting Commercial and Technical d iscussions and negotiations. Ø Project Evaluation. Ø Assistance in the preparation of Layout Plants, G.A. Plans and Sectional Drawings. Ø Assistance in Design. Ø Projection on Marketing. Ø Project Monitoring. Ø Preparation of Strategy on Marketing, sales and After sale service. Ø Network Computer based planning PERT, CPN, HMN, NPN, PPS System etc. Ø Supervision during Execution, Construction & Implementation. Ø Preparation of Survey & Inspection report. Ø Preparation and follow up of Quality, Standards ISO-9000, LKS, GL,BS, DIN AND JIS. Ø Financial Analysis of Projects. Ø Evaluation Production Methods. Ø Coordination in all fields. 1958-1996 (From 1958 to 1996) in Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works Limited (KSEW). Headed all Production Divisions (Shipbuilding, ship repair & general engineering) as well as its design, planning, quality control, sales/marketing and finance department. Ø Responsible and dealt with design, procurement, construction, planning and sales/marking for ships, sugar/cement plant, boiler, pressure vessels, cranes, complex heavy steel structures and pipelines. 1959-1962 a) Research Engineer with M/s.M.A.N. and in Stulcken+Sohn Shipyard/Hamburg. b) Planning Engineer with M/s. Blohm & Voss Shipyard. Syed Tanveer Jafri Curriculum Vitae Name ...................................Syed Tanveer Jafri Profession..........................Mechanical Engineer Position in (J&A) ............Associate / Chief Engineer Nationality ........................Pakistani EDUCATION: • Masters in Energy and Environmental Systems (MSAE). North Carolina A &T State University, Greensboro. NC • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (BSME). North Carolina A &T State University, Greensboro. NC SUMMARY: • Working on the project related to solid modelling, wire frame, surfacing, finite element method analysis. • Design an in object modelling and analysis b fem in ideas • Data acquisition, analysis and processing activities including calibration. • Modules of PRO/E such as PRO-Features, Pro-Design, Pro -Assembly, Pro -Table, Pro - Surface. • Design modification and optimisation based on analysis by Pro/E • 3-d wire frame modelling surfacing, drafting, and detailing using Pro/E. • Fea analysis, mesh generation, pre & post processing. • Familiarity with American standards. • Knowledge of DFM & DFA • Working knowledge of DVP&R, Analytical tools (Preto Charts, SPC, etc.), FMEA, PAP, DV,PV PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: PRODUCT DESIGN ENGINEER Cummins Rocky Mount, NC 12/97 to Date • Product Design Engineer at the Cummins Consolidated Diesel Plant. • Involved in Designing Product Modifications for Cost Reduction and Quality Improvement • Used tools such as Pro/E 18.0, Pro/Mechanical, FMEA. POST GRADUATE RESEARCHER NCA&T State University Greensboro,NC 12/97 to 12/97 • Drafted building Commissioning Manual for the United State Army Construction Research Institute (Mechanical). Syed Tanveer Jafri GRADUATE RESEARCHER NCA&T State University Greensboro,NC 1994 to 1996 • Conducted research on Cold Air Distribution Systems and their effects on thermal comfort and energy savings. Funded by EPA, Duke Power and Advanced Energy Corporation. RESEARCH ASSISTANT NCA&T State University Greensboro,NC 1994 to 1996 • Studied the effects of Ceramic -Coated IC Engine Pistons and head on Nox and HS emission and heat transfer rate. • Designed and Fabricated Probe for Combustion Chamber Temperature reading. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Mental Health Association of Greensboro, NC 1993 to 1995 • Upgraded and maintained computer systems. • Developed, Illustrated and taught software to staff. • Used software such as Support Source of United Way of Greensboro, a Promotional Sales package developed for National Health Association and their associates. WORKSHOPS: • Pro/E Part/Modelling and Assembly • Pro/E/Mechanical • Cummins Seven Steps Problems Solving • ISO 9000, QS 9000 • Analytical Tools • FMEA • Managing MultipleTasks AWARDS & HONOURS: • Certificate of Appreciation by Governor of North Carolina • Letter of Appreciation by Greensboro Coliseum Inauguration Committee for volunteer work • Vice President SAE NC A&T Chapter 1995-96 • Certificate of Managing Multiple Tasks. AFFILIATIONS: • American Society of Mech. Engineers (ASME) • society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) • Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) • Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) Syed Tanveer Jafri COMPUTER SKILLS: Design Software: I-DEAS, Pro/E, Auto-Cad, Working Model, DOE2.1e, ASHRAE Systems: Mac’s and IBM PC’s and compatible. Application: MS Excel, MS Access, MS Word, MATHCAD Operating Systems: UNIX, Windows 3.x-95, NT and Netware Muhammad Farooque Azam Curriculum Vitae Name .....................................................Muhammad Farooque Azam Profession............................................Electrical Engineer Position in (J&A) .............................Principal Engineer Nationality ..........................................Pakistani Key Qualifications ◊ Attended Project Management Course, sponsored by World Bank at Engg. Academy, WAPDA, Terbela. ◊ Attended Senior Management Course, Sponsored by WAPDA at WAPDA Staff College Lahore. Education B.Sc. Engineering (Electrical) Affiliation ◊ Registered professional Engineer with Engineer Council. ◊ M.I.E (Member Institution of Engineers Pakistan) Experience 1994-95 Chief Engineer / Senior Instructor WAPDA Staff College, Lahore - To arrange different courses in connection with training of Senior Managers and Junior Managers of WAPDA in management and Administration skills. 1990-94 Director Operation ( WAPDA) - Responsible for appointment of consultants and contractors in connection with Rural Electrification Project under OECF., Japan loan & its, implementation, supervision and final acceptance. 1988-90 Director Technical AEB, Quetta ( WAPDA) - Responsible for planning and Engineering and deigning of electrical schemes, Co -ordinating with projects department, consultants and contractors under Area Electricity Board, Quetta. 1987-88 Director Inventory control ( WAPDA Responsible for keeping inventory of all the material and equipment of Grid System Construction and Grid System operation organizations. 1981-87 Superintending Engineer Transformer Reclamation ( WAPDA) ◊ Responsible for Reclamation of power & distribution transformers upto 220/132/11 KV ◊ Establishment of Reclamation Workshops for power and Distribution transformers. 1978-81 Deputy Director Procurement ( WAPDA Responsible for process of procurement of transmission lines & grid station material and distribution line material. 1973-78 Deputy Director (T&G) WAPDA - Staff Officer of General Manager ( T & G), responsible for construction of 220/132/66/33 kV transmission lines & grid stations. 1959-71 Jr. Engineer/ Executive Engineer - Worked in different capacities in EP -WAPDA dealing with erection, commissioning, and maintenance of Transmission Lines, Distribution system and small isolated power generating stations. Ch. Khadim Hussain Curriculum Vitae Name ......................... C h . K h a d i m H u s s a i n Profession................. Electrical/Civil Engineer Position in (J&A)......Engineer Engineer Nationality................ Pakistani Qualification (i) BSC Engg (Electrical), Punjab University Lahore (ii) BSC Engg (Civil), Punjab University Lahore Experience 1994-To-Date Chief Engineer Jafri and Associates 1999 - 2000 - Chief Engineer/Project Manager with M/s. Indus Consultants (Pvt.) Ltd. from April 1999 to June 2000 on Prime Minister Housing Authority Project (construction of low cost housing scheme). 1991 - 1998 - Employed as Project Manager on Rural Electrification Project (WAPDA) from Sept 1991 to June 1998 (6 years 8 months). Construction of Power lines/substations in Area Electricity Board Quetta. ii). Activities as Professional Engineer - Practising Professional Engineer since 1953. - Planing, development and management of field surveys construction and maintenance of power line distribution system in West Pakistan PWD Elect. Deptt/and Water & Power Development Authority since 1959. - Preparation of proposals for projects. - Preparation of progress reports for projects. - Feasibility Studies. - Design methods to monitor field operations. - Inventory control system for power line construction materials. - Construction of high voltage lines, extra high voltage lines, substations and installation of equipment at grid stations. - Preparation of budget estimates - Field investigation of various types. - Construction of river crossing works and pile foundations. Ch. Khadim Hussain Training A. In Pakistan: - - Gujranwala Electric supply Co, from Nov. 1952 to April 1953 in the fields of: - Power Generation - Sales and accounts(6 months) - Local distribution system B. Outside Pakistan: - (i) USA Sept 1967 to March 1968 (6 months).With consultant (M/s. Common wealth Associates Inc. Jackson Michigan USA) in the following fields. Hydro Electric and Thermal generating power facilities. Production of high voltage equipment (conductors, towers, accessories, transformers, CB’s). High voltage transmission lines, substations, US Bureau of Reclamation, power control and distribution of power - geo-technical survey, aerial survey and tube well installation work in Mississippi river area. (ii) Canada April 1987 to May 1987 (two months) Training with Ontario Hydro Toronto, Canada in the field of construction of lines, grid-station, and civil works. I have the total working experience of over 46 years as professional Engineer. Employment Record Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) Lahore 1 Deputy General Manager1989 - 1991 Incharge of inventory control department, handling electrical lines and grid stations equipment. 2. Chief Engineer (Special Assignments) 1979 -1989 Jobs of special identity. (iii) Chief Engineer Jobs in connection Technical Services Group with live line equipment (special training) (iv) Chief Engineer Grid systemTransmission Operation operation department of WAPDA (v) Chairman Area Electricity Board Local distribution system operation and maintenance 3. Superintending Engineer/Project Director 1973 - 1979 Incharge of high voltage lines and grid Construction works 4. Senior Engineer 1961-1973 (i) Foreign Consultants On construction of lines and Grid-stations and civil works. (ii) With WAPDA On distribution -operation, maintenance and construction (iii) With WAPDA Special duty in (East Pakistan) East Pakistan (iv) With WAPDA Construction works, lines, grids, civil works. 5. Junior Engineer 1953-1961 (i) Distribution Engineer With local distribution system (ii) Load dispatch Engineer Working on West Pakistan grid system load dispatch A .A. Azharul Haque Mallick Curriculum Vitae Name .........................A.A. Azharul Haque Mallick Profession................. Electrical Engineer Position in (J&A)......Project Manager Nationality................ Pakistani Qualification (i)B.Sc. Engineering. (Electrical) (ii)Post-Graduate Studies (Nuclear Technology), USA Experience 1994-To-Date Project Manager Jafri and Associates 1988-92 ◊ Resource Engineer (Local Expert GTZ (Geselshaft fur Technishe-Zusammenarbeit), an organization of Federal Republic of Germany, Islamabad. ◊ Resource Engineer (Local Expert) GTZ at Hub-Chowki, Balochistan. 1981-85 ◊ Project Engineer, Electricity Corporation (Ministry of Industry and Electricity), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. ◊ Job responsibility comprised, Hail-Electrification Power Project : (6 x 50 MW) Steam Power Stn., 132 KV Transmission Lines, 8 Sub-stations (132 KV / 33 KV / 13.8 KV). ◊ Being a member of a team of engineers, my assignment had been - project supervision & management. - Evaluation of international "bids". - Award and signing of contracts. - Approval of consultant's & contractor's personnel. - Close liaison with reputed Consulting firms and multinationals. - Planning & scheduling of works.] - Procurement of machinery / equipment as per contract specs. - Follow-up & monitoring of progress of work as per CPM/PERT net work. - Scrutiny of contractors invoices for release of monthly payments. - Co-ordination of testing & commissioning of various systems of generating units. 1980-81 Site Manager-Suedrohbau S. A. Ltd., a multinational, the job comprised: Installation of High voltage/Low voltage under-ground cable in Jeddah and Mecca. 1974-74 Studies - Attended management course at University of Wyoming, U.S.A. A .A. Azharul Haque Mallick 1974-80 Project Engineer - Electricity corporation, Tripoli, Construction and control Department. Responsibilities comprised supervision & control of Electrical Projects. Duties entailed day-to-day planning detailed examination of system design as per technical specifications of contracts leading to approval & procurement of machinery / equipment involved to fit in with the time schedule and CPM net-work. Monitoring of progress & submission of monthly progress reports, co-ordination among various services. Also management, administration & scrutiny of contractor's invoices for release of monthly payments. 1971-73 Project Director - Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology (PINSTECH), Construction & control of Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Projects at the large complex of the institute. Responsibilities comprised, planning of job coordination among various services. Also management, administration & scrutiny of contractor's invoices for release of monthly payments. 1969-71 Principal Engineer - Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUPP) Duties entailed-installation of plant systems, testing & commissioning of plant systems training of plant staff. 1968-69 Principal Engineer - Planning & Documentation of Operating Manuals, Commissioning manuals & Training Manuals on various systems of Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUPP) at Canadian General Electrical Co., Peteroborough (Canada). 1966-67 Engineering Assignment - at (NDP) Nuclear Power Demonstration Plant, (deep river), in the area of system studies, plant operation, management & administration. 1965-66 Senior Engineer (Engineering Assignment) at Detroit Edison Co. ( a large Electrical Utility Co.) in Power Generation. 800 MW steam power plant 3 x 2 MW & 2 x 500 kW Diesel Power Plants. 1964-1965 Post-Graduate Studies - Oak Ridge School of Reactor Technology, Oak Ridge-Tennessee, U.S.A. 1963-64 Senior Engineer - Siemens Pakistan Engineering Co. Karachi. Planning & preparation of Quotation of Electrical Power Systems, Transformers, Switchgear, Cables, Motors etc. 1960-62 Project Engineer - Brown & Power & Co. Mannhein, (GERMANY). Planning & preparation of Bids of electrical projects for International Tendering. 1957-57 Engineer Assignment - Siemens Suhuckartverke A.G., Electrical Power Generation. Switchgear, Cables, Motors etc. 1954-56 Engineer - Pakistan Public Works Department, Planning & execution of Electrical Power Projects, viz. Diesel Power Projects, Distribution System etc. A.A. Azharul Haque Mallick Foreign Experience: (Studies/Training/Employment) -- Germany: 6 Years -- Saudi Arabia: 5 Years -- USA: 2 Years -- Canada: 3 Years Engr. Sayed Faiz Ummar Curriculum Vitae Name ……………………… Engr. Sayed Faiz Ummar Profession………………….Civil Engineer Position in (J&A)………….Senior Engineer Nationality…………………Pakistani Qualifications……………...B. Sc. Electrical Engineering University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore Experience 2000 till present: Presently working as Senior Engineer with Jafri and Associates 1975 to 1980 : Was moved to the Federal Govt. of Pakistan and worked as Secretary to the High Board for the control of Water Logging and Salinity and then as Federal Secretary Incharge of Ministry of Communication till retirement in Febbruary1980 . 1972 to 1975 : Was appointed as Chairman of the Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA) in September 1972 with Headquarters at Lahore and occupied that position till 1975. 1966 to 1972 : Worked on the construction of Tarbela Dam and Hydro Electric Project on Indus River as General Manager of WAPDA i.e. client of the Project. M/s. Tanus were the consulting engineer and Tarbela joint venture were the main contractors. 1960 to 1966 : Worked on the construction of Mangla Dam and Hydro Electrical Project on Jhelum River in Pakistan in the capacity of Superintending Engineer with M/s. Binnie & Partners Consulting Engineer of the Project. 1949 to 1960 : Worked on Planning Investigation and Construction of Wavsak hydro Electric Project n Kabul River in Pakistan in the capacity of Executive Engineer and Superintending Engineer. 1942 to 1949 : Served in the Irrigation Department of N.W.F. Province as Assistant Engineer and Executive Engineer. Mazhar N.Shamim Curriculum Vitae Name......................................................................Mazhar N. Shamim Profession..............................................................Chemical Engineer Position in (J&A) ..................................................Senior Engineer Nationality..........................................................…Pakistani Affiliation. ◊ Registered Professional Engineer Pakistan Engineering Council. Qualifications: ◊ Senior Cambridge ◊ F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering) ◊ B.Sc. Chemical Engineering Specialization in Petroleum & Gas Experience: ◊ 4 years experience in Leiner Pak. Gelatine as Production Manager and Design Engineer. ◊ 4 years experience in Jafri and Associates, surveyed Six hundred industries for Power Factor Improvement on Project of P&D, Govt. of Pakistan. ◊ Worked with M/s Jafri and Associates as Co-ordinator between WAPDA and J&A on Rural Electrification Project under O.E.C.F (Japan) loan . ◊ Worked with M/s Jafri and Associates as Co-ordinator between WAPDA and J&A on Rural Electrification Project under IBRD (Word Bank) loan . Aslam Pervaiz Sheikh Curriculum Vitae Name.........................…. Aslam Pervaiz Sheikh Profession...................... Electrical Engineer Position in (J&A).......... Project Manager Nationality..................... Pakistani Education B.Sc. Engineering (Electrical) 1989. Affiliation ◊ Registered professional Engineer with Engineer Council. ◊ Member of the Institute of Electrical Engineers, Pakistan. Experience 1998-90 Production Manager/Electrical Engineer in Bhittai Food Industries (Pvt.) Ltd. Duties were involve to supervise Electrical Motors & Generator & Load distribution of electrical works. 1990-91 Electrical Engineer/Junior Engineer in WAPDA. Duties were involve to supervise planning for distribution of electricity,(Includes transmission & distribution of electricity, load estimation of transformers, 66 kV Grid station maintenance. 11 kV and 440V distribution lines for the WAPDA system, village electrification programme. 1991-98 Project Engineer / Electrical Engineer in J&A, on (Oversees Economic Co-operation fund) OECF, & (International Bank of Reconstruction & Development) IBRD projects. Duties were involve to supervise survey of villages to be Electrified with the surveyor, planning for distribution of Electricity (Load estimation, Proper Conductor selection, Voltage drop calculation & determination of transformer Capacity to be installed at the village). - Preparation and distribution of Work Orders (includes specification, BOQ, single line diagrams of 11 kV/ 440V, Voltage drop calculation in the form using Computer software’s like Lotus, Lotus for Windows, Ms-Word, WordStar, Formtool. - Preparation of Monthly & Quarterly Progress Report. - Supervision/ inspection of Construction works. - Preparation of Completion Reports for Electrified villages Computer Skilled I have used Lotus 123, WordStar, Lotus for Windows, Ms-Word, Formtool, MSExcel. Engr. Shah Nawaz Khan Curriculum Vitae Name …………………………Engr. Shah Nawaz Khan Profession…………………...Civil Engineer Position in (J&A)…………..Advisors Nationality…………………..Pakistani Qualifications……………….Graduated in Civil Engineer From Mclagen Engineering Collage(Now University of Engineering & Technology) Experience 1980 to date : Working as Independent Consulting Engineer/Advisor to Jafri and Associates Additional Qualification & Experience: Ø Worked as a member of the Pakistan Delegation on the Indus Water Dispute with India in Washington D.C. in 1955. Ø Obtain Six months in house training in the Design of Earth Dams with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation at Denver Colorado. Ø Represented Pakistan in a member of meeting for the International Commission on Large Dams. Ø Was Elected President of the Institution of Engineers Pakistan for two terns. Ø Was Elected Chairman of the Institution of Engineers Pakistan for two terns. 1975 to 1980 : Was moved to the Federal Govt. of Pakistan and worked as Secretary to the High Board for the control of Water Logging and Salinity and then as Federal Secretary Incharge of Ministry of Communication till retirement in Febbruary1980 . 1972 to 1975 : Was appointed as Chairman of the Water & Power Development Authority (WAPDA) in September 1972 with Headquarters at Lahore and occupied that position till 1975. 1966 to 1972 : Worked on the construction of Tarbela Dam and Hydro Electric Project on Indus River as General Manager of WAPDA i.e. client of the Project. M/s. Tanus were the consulting engineer and Tarbela joint venture were the main contractors. 1960 to 1966 : Worked on the construction of Mangla Dam and Hydro Electrical Project on Jhelum River in Pakistan in the capacity of Superintending Engineer with M/s. Binnie & Partners Consulting Engineer of the Project. 1949 to 1960 : Worked on Planning Investigation and Construction of Wavsak hydro Electric Project n Kabul River in Pakistan in the capacity of Executive Engineer and Superintending Engineer. 1942 to 1949 : Served in the Irrigation Department of N.W.F. Province as Assistant Engineer and Executive Engineer. Ismet Beg Curriculum Vitae Name ………………………… M.I.Beg Profession…………………... Chartered Civil Engineer Position in (J&A)………….. Professionals - as Advisors Nationality………………….. Pakistani Qualifications………………. B.Sc., Civil Engineer (Karachi) /M.Sc. Structural Engineer (London) Affiliations ◊ Registered Professional Engineer with Pakistan Engineering Council ◊ The Institute of Engineers, Pakistan ◊ Pakistan Engineering Foundation. Professional Highlights ◊ Institution of Civil Engineer, London. ◊ Institution of Civil Structural, London. Training v As Structural Engineer at Harris Sutherland, Consulting Engineers, London, Mr. I Beg worked on the detailed design of several multi-storey (fifteen to twenty-five storeys) buildings in concrete and steel construction. The buildings were framed by shear walls, flat slabs, portal frames, space frames and braced structures. Experience v As a project engineer with Conrod Associates, Chicago USA Mr. Beg designed, managed and supervised pricast, prestressed multi storey (fifteen to twenty five storeyes) buildings in concrete and steel construction. The buildings were framed by shear walls, flat slabs, portal frames, space frames and braced structures. v With Mansfield Engineering Company London, Mr. Beg designed several liquid natural gas and oil storing complexes which comprised several buildings and bridges in concrete and steel, crane gantries, heavy industries foundations, dome roofs and water structures. He also worked on the design of oil restoring and blending stations in Saudi Arabia. The projects included planning and designing of housing colonies, road, bridges. Jetties and offshore platforms. v With Beg Associates, Mr. Beg has designed and managed several projects in Pakistan and in Middle East and at present is working as managing director of the organisation. v He has also designed and supervised hyperbolic paraboliodal roofs, swimming pools, silos +and heavy industry foundations, and is fully conversant with the use of advanced computer analysis and is uptodate with the latest advancements in the field of civil engineering in design as well as execution side. In House Facilities Our offices have been equipped with the latest technology: Desk top Computers Casper 586 Pentium -I Pentium - II Pentium –III IBM compatible 486 DX4 Note Books & Laptops DELL-Pentium-lll Grid 386 DX Printers & Typewriters NEC-986 NEC-986 HP Laser Jet 5 L Printer HP Deskjet 656c Printer Canon Bouble Jet printer Epson (Colour Printer) Dotmatrix Epson Fx-1050 Dotmatrix printer Epson LQ -300 Epson Lx800 printer Computer Software MS Office 2000 Adope Photoshop Harvard Graphics Harvard Presentation Lotus Dbase Foxpro Flow Chart Windows 2000 Engineering Software Auto-Cad 2000 Cadmaster 3D studio Max Lighting Design Short Circuit Analysis Short Circuit level Air Conditioning Load Calculation Carrier software Program E-20-II Electrical Distribution Analysis Project Manager Fire Fighting (Grid system) Fire Fighting (Treesystem) Illumination Design Hardy Cross water Distribution Analysis Heating Fuel Cost Life cycle cost Elevator selection Airconditioning Duct Design Generator sizing Highway Illumination Office Equipment Dictaphone system Plain paper Copier; Xerox Facsmile Machine Ring binding Machine Drafting Tables Amonia printing machine Test Equipments Power factor Meter Earth tester Magger Meter Electronic AVO meter Electronic Tong tester VoltmeterAmmete Registration with Pakistan Engineering Council Jafri and Associates is registered with Pakistan Engineering Council (Reg. No. Consult/26 dtd 31.12.1977) for the following fields: Buildings ◊ Public buildings and offices ◊ Commercia l buildings and offices ◊ Residential buildings and houses ◊ Hotels, motels ◊ Hospitals, medical facilities, labs, medical research ◊ Educational facilities and complexes ◊ Recreation and sports facilities, stadiums ◊ Libraries, museums, galleries Urban Development ◊ Urban developments, housing states ◊ Salinity control & land reclamation, agricultural drainage ◊ Land resources, appraisal/use ◊ Tunnels, sub-ways, rapid transit ◊ Highways, roads, bridges, tunnels ◊ Airports, sea ports, harbours, marine terminals ◊ Telephones, telegraph, telex ◊ Industrial states, Industrial complexes Power And Energy ◊ Hydroelectric power station ◊ Thermal power stations ◊ Power transmission and distribution systems ◊ Renewable energy sources and systems ◊ Oil and gas development, storage, transmission and distribution systems ◊ Energy planning, conservation & development ◊ Manpower development Water Supply And Sanitation ◊ Surface drainage, Urban sewerage and water supply ◊ Solid wastes collection and disposal ◊ Water treatment plants, Sewage treatment plants ◊ Dams, reservoirs, tunnels, Water resources appraisal/use Industry ◊ Cement industry ◊ Chemical plants ◊ Engineering industry, & Electrical and Electronic industry. Enlistment Of The Company J&A is enlisted with many prestigious and major organizations in and outside Pakistan--names of few are listed below; ◊ World Bank. ◊ Asian Development Bank. ◊ Water And Power Development Authority, Pakistan. ◊ Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission, Pakistan. ◊ Pakistan Steel. ◊ Civil Aviation Authority, Pakistan. ◊ Pakistan International Airlines Corporation. ◊ Oil and Gas Development Corporation, Pakistan. ◊ National Refinery Limited, Pakistan. ◊ National Development Finance Corporation, Pakistan. ◊ Capital Development Authority, Pakistan. ◊ Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Limited. ◊ Karachi Development Authority. ◊ Karachi Water and Sewerage Board. Energy & Power Projects Jafri and Associates has a rich experience in the diversified areas of Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Substations, Grid Stations, External Electrification, Illumination, Building Electrification, Communication Systems, Elevators, etc. Having core expertise in Electrical Engineering, Power Systems and Power Generation, Jafri and Associates is a leading consulting house independent of any manufacturing and trading interests. OVER A PERIOD OF 33 YEARS THE COMPANY HAS ATTAINED AN UNPARALLELED STATUS AND RECOGNITION. SOME OF THE PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN BY JAFRI AND ASSOCIATES WHICH NEED SPECIAL MENTION AND WOULD BE OF SPECIAL ASSISTANCE IN EVALUATING JAFRI AND ASSOCIATES COMPETENCE ARE BRIEFLY DESCRIBED HEREUNDER: Self & Co-Generation Projects 1. Feasibility Report on 120 MW Diesel Power Plant for KESC Jafri and Associates were local affiliates to EPDC International, Japan, who had been assigned the Consultancy Services by KESC for the preparation of feasibility report for an 120 MW Diesel Power Plant. The report covered power market survey and survey of existing facilities of electrical power, selection of site, selection of equipment, construction schedule, cost estimation, economic issues and cash flow analysis. It was on the recommendations of this study that the site of Hub was selected by KESC for the installation of the diesel power station. Also the recommended size of 120 MW was accepted as against initially conceived 100 MW. 2. Feasibility studies for Co-generation at National Refinery Limited (NRL), Karachi This study examined the possibility of generating 7.5 MW power utilizing surplus steam energy from an existing boiler. The Project also examined the possibility of parallel operation with KESC. The power unit in this case was an extractive condensing turbine. The study was based on the data collected from various documents of the complex and its detailed survey. A second study, an outcome of the first study, encompassed the total power requirement at NRL; estimated to be 22.5 MW. Different alternatives based on steam turbines, diesel engines and gas turbines were examined. In all cases, technical, financial, implementation and reliability aspects were examined. 3. Co-generation at National Refinery Limited Based on the results of the two studies NRL decided in 1989 to meet the need of the Lube Oil Refinery by installing a steam turbine of 7.5 MW and a backup of 4 MW Furnace Oil Engine. The project has been undertaken in collaboration with M/s. Electrowatt Engineering Services, Zurich, Switzerland. The scope of Consultants services cover the design studies and preparation of Engineering Design Specification (EDS) Package. This essentially consisted of the following tasks: a) Review of basic data and information; This task involved review of relevant aspects like power requirement; process steam demand; steam, cooling water and space availability; soil investigation, water sample, meteorological data, etc. The review lead to the planning and conceptual design of the project. b) Design and specifications; Based on the review of all systems and their interface with the existing facilities, the design criteria was developed. The design is based on standard specifications adapted to suit the requirements of the project. c) The Consultant also developed Project Design Criteria Memo randum and the Cost Estimates. The documents, including specifications, memoranda and drawings, served as the basis for developing the Engineering Design and Specification (EDS) Package. The EDS Package consisting of general specifications memoranda, layout plans, block diagrams, piping and instrumentation diagrams, equipment lists etc. was presented to the Refinery in 1989. Jafri and Associates and Electrowatt Engineering (Switzerland) had been assigned the second and the third phases of the work. Second phase starting with the preparation of the Tender Documents till the award of work and third phase of the project includes the site supervision and project implementation, which has been successfully completed. 4. Co- Generation at SNGPL Building, Sui Northern Gas Pipe Lines Ltd., Lahore The Project consisted of feasibility study and project implementation phases. The feasibility study for Co-generation system generating 1200 kW electrical power and 4 t/h of low pressure steam (for absorption chillers) was made considering steam turbines, gas turbines and gas engines. The option based on gas turbines was found feasible and the results of feasibility study were accepted by the client. Consequently it was decided to go for the implementation. Jafri and Associates, in association with Electrowatt Engineering Services Ltd. (UK), under the overall control of REMCO have provided complete package of Consultancy for the Project consisting of two 800 kW gas turbine sets, two waste heat recovery boilers to supply 7000 1b/hr steam and one black start Diesel Generator set of 100 kW. The project includes an energy Management System to monitor the available power and demand, and to achieve optimum balance. 5. Self Generation at Nishat Textile Mills Ltd. , Faisalabad Scope of work of Jafri and Associates covered feasibility study, design, development of specifications and contract documentation, evaluation of bids, assistance to client in negotiations with the bidders, inspection of equipment & vetting of tests, detailed supervision of installation, testing and commissioning. The textile mill had then a connected load of 10 MW. To cater this, 4 x 4 MW Diesel engine sets operating on furnace oil were recommended in the feasibility study carried out by Jafri and Associates. (One of the units to operate as standby). The recommendations containing detailed cost benefit analysis were accepted by the Client and he decided to proceed with the implementation. During the process of negotiations with the bidder the plant configuration of 3 x 5.8 MW came out to be the most attractive option. To begin with 3 units were installed. The project cost was around Rs. 165 million and the plant went in operation at the end of 1991. There have been some teething problems with the power plant, but the success of the plant can be gauged from the fact the availability of the plant has been better than 80% since commissioning and a fourth engine has already been commissioned in September 1993. Further expansion of the power plant has taken place and presently in all six sets are operating. 6. Self Generation for Ibrahim Group, Faisalabad The group consists of Ibrahim Textile Mills Unit 1 and 2, the A. A. Textiles Unit 1 & 2, Zaineb Textile and Ibrahim Polyester plant. The collective peak demand is estimated to be 14 MW. To cater to these requirements, 4 x 5 MW diesel engine sets operating on furnace oil were found to be the best choice. The tenders were floated accordingly and the bids were evaluated. The package of JA's services covered feasibility, design, specification, documentation, evaluation of bids, assistance to client in negotiations with bidders, contract documentation. The project has been commissioned in January, 1994. 7. Self Generation at Globe Textile Mills, Landhi & Kotri The project consisted of two phases, feasibility study and the implementation. Jafri and Associates were responsible for both. The feasibility study recommended 2 x 2 MW diesel sets for Landhi and 2 x 1.4 MW diesel sets for Kotri. The report was accepted by the mills management for implementation. Mr. Jafri, President of the company, visited Japan for negotiations with the manufacturers. The plant was commissioned at Landhi in June 1987 and is operating satisfactorily. 8. Studies for 7th Five Year plan (1988 - 93) on Special Issues of Energy Sector JA was sub-consultant to Mathtech Inc., Islamabad for undertaking studies on Special Issues of Energy Sector, an assignment of Energy Wing, Ministry of Planning & Development of the GOP. Following seven studies were carried out in this regard: i) Role of Small Hydels: The study investigated the economic potential of Small Hydels in Pakistan, particularly NWFP, and reviewed the installed cost for sites evaluated for small Hydels. ii) Considerations in the separation of Generation & Distribution functions in WAPDA: The study discussed pros and cons of separating generation and distribution functions, and covered important topics such as (a) appropriate accounting arrangement between two entities, (b) subsidies from government, and (c) monitoring mechanism in regard to distribution wing to allow more extensive separation. iii) Feasibility of creating a Separate Rural Electrification Authority: The study addressed such issues as (a) physical boundaries for the operation of proposed authority, (b) functional accounting requirements, (c) logistics support, and (d) scale of subsidy. The study also discussed creation of a Rural Electrification Wing as an alternative. iv) Physical and Operational Requirements for Optimal Operation of an Integrated WAPDA/KESC System: Major issues discussed in the study were : (a) present capability and planned expansion of high voltage transmission lines and related exchange capability, (b) effect of integration on tariff, (c) constraints of generation capability. v) Potential Role of Private Sector in Rural Electrification and Power Distribution : The study investigated the potential participation of private sector in the two important areas and covered such of the topics as (a) goals and objectives of privatization, (b) alternative forms of participation, (c) policy, procedures and infrastructure to achieve goals, (d) Role of provincial governments, and (e) mechanism to permit competitive access of private sector to foreign exchange financing. The study also covered technical aspects of significant importance like standardization of equipment, voltage, frequency etc. vi) Renewable Special Study: Potential of renewable energy resources in Pakistan was estimated. The resources studies were: wind; solar; biomass; small hydels; solid residue and agricultural waste. Technical and financial aspects of the resources were considered in detail together with their prospects for acceptance amidst social and cultural set-up of rural and remote areas. vii) Decentralized Power Station Study: The study examined the sites where decentralized power generation would be technically and economically feasible. A study of the whole country was done considering the existing and proposed power distribution plans of WAPDA and KESC. Regions which would not be covered by these utilities were then studied in detail to assess their for decentralized power stations. The exercise consisted of surveys; (b) economic analysis; and (c) preparation of PC-I or consideration of the government. The areas of focal interest were: West Baluchistan, Tharparkar, Cholestan and some areas of NWFP. 9. Feasibility Study for Self-Generation at Gul Ahmed Textile Mills Ltd. Karachi This feasibility study examined the possibility of installing either diesel generation sets or steam turbine plant considering the first cost, installation schedules, maintenance etc. The final report was approved by the Mill management after extensive scrutiny. The project involved a lot of on-site data collection and survey of the plant. 10. ENERCON Power Factor Improvement Program The first phase of the project pertained to survey, analysis, design and installation of PFI equipment at 500 industrial units all over Pakistan. As a Consultant to ENERCON, JA was responsible for the following: - identification of industrial consumers paying low power factor penalty. - survey of the identified plants. - sizing of PFI equipment and design of its hook-up with the consumer's network - estimation of cost of installation and payback period. The project was monitored by USAID Mission to Pakistan. 11. Fateh Textile Mills, Hyderabad A comparative feasibility study has been submitted to the Client, which recommends 5 x 3.5 MW Furnace Oil operated Diesel generating sets. 12. Indus Dying and Manufacturing Company Limited A feasibility study is in hand for their requirement of Self Generation of Power. The scope covers feasibility study, design development of specification etc. 13. Cherat Power Project Cherat Cement located at Peshawar has appointed Jafri and Associates as consultants for a captive Power Project meeting essentially the load of the Cement Plant and selling of the surplus power to WAPDA. The design is based on 3 furnace oil sets of 5 MW unit size, with the plant size of about 15 MW with expansion facilities of upto 25 MW.. 14. Self Generation for Pioneer Cement Limited An initial pre-feasibility analysis was carried out for Pioneer Cement Ltd. The project is in the offing. A maximum demand of 25 MW is expected. Heavy fuel oil engines were found to be most appropriate. A detailed feasibility has been completed in June, 1993, tenders have been floated and presently the bids are under evaluation. 15. Self Generation for Attock Cement Limited (on going) An initial survey and pre-feasibility analysis was carried out for Attock Cement Ltd. A 8 maximum demand of 1 MW is expected needing a plant of 25 MW. Heavy fuel oil engines were found to be most appropriate. The tender for the plant have been floated, bids have been received evaluation has been completed; plant is expected to be commissioned during the middle of 2000. 16. Fazal Textile Mills Ltd., Power Generation Seven gas engine generation sets, each of 965 kW, have been installed at Fazal Textile Mills Karachi. These sets shall be meeting all the power requirements of the Mills. Jafri and Associates have been responsible for the complete engineering, negotiation, design, and supervision of installation and commissioning of the power house. 17. Fazal Textile Mills Ltd., Energy Audit In parallel to the Power generation Jafri and Associates have carried out a detailed audit of the electrical system at the Mills with the following objectives: Design Review, Energy Conservation, Study of Protection and Safety Arrangements. Power Factor study was also included in the study. 18. Eeshatech Islamabad (Private) Limited Initial pre-feasibility has been worked out for a 20 MW demand power plant for the "Dedicated Power Producer" selling power to WAPDA. This was to be a Coal Fired Turbo-Generator Project, situated in the picturesque surroundings of the historical town KATTAS (which is close to the famous city of Choa Saddan Shah). 19. JAPAN POWERR GENERATION; 135 MW IPP PROJECT Jafri and Associates have been retained as Consultants for the above Project from its inception to commissioning. The Project is unique is that it has 24 sets providing the designed power. This gives tremendous flexibility to the complex and very high form capability. The sets are …. In for banks of 6 sets, each bank feeding into 11/132 KV Transformer. The President of Jafri and Associates Mr. Sibte Ahmed Jafri acted as COO of the Project for 7montth, during its Completions, testing and Commissioning phase and under his guidance the RRT was completed in record time of 3 weeks. The Project is operating satisfactorily and has supplied millions o KWH to the WAPDA Grid. 20. Saadi Cement Limited. 21 MW captive Power Project consisting of Furnace oil fired engines. 21. Pakland Cement Limited 27 MW captive Power Project consisting of Furnace oil fired engines. 22. Shadman Power Limited, Sheikhpura 4 MW captive power plant consisting of Furnace Oil Fired Engine. The Plant in operation since June, 2000. 23. Ejaz Energy Power Limited, Lahore (on going) 4 MW captive power plant consisting of Furnace Oil Fired Engine. The Plant is likely to be commissioned in December, 2000. 24. Lucky Textile Mills Power Plant-1 & 2 1 MW captive power plant consisting of Gas Fired Engine. The Plant is in operation since June, 1995. 25. Fashion Textile Mills Power Plant 2 MW captive power plant consisting of Gas Fired Engine. The Plant is in operation since June, 1995. 26. Elite, Textile Mills Power Plant, Karachi 5 MW captive power plant consisting of Gas Fired Engine. The Plant is in operation since July 1997. 27. Jubilee, Textile Mills, Power Plant, Karachi 5 MW captive power plant consisting of Gas Fired Engine. The Plant is in operation since July 1997. 28. ICI (Pvt) Limited, Power Plant, Shaikhupura 10 MW captive power plant consisting of Gas Fired Engine. The Plant is in operation since July 1997. 29. Siddique Trade Centre, Power Plant, Lahore. .(on going) 5 MW captive power plant consisting of Self Generation / Co-Generation, Gas Engines / Gas Turbines . 30. Aga Khan University Co- Generation Project (on going) The Aga Khan University is one of the most modern Installations is Pakistan. They need Heat form of Steam for absorption’s Chiller and Electricity for running Services. This therefore was considered a pit case for Co-Generations. Jafri Associates have been retained as Consultant for the preparations of feasibility, Tender documents and projects drawings, issue of tenders, evaluation of bids and supervisions of installations, testing and Commissioning. The Civil works of the Project has started and the order for the Generating Sets supply and installation is to be placed shortly. The Project first phase currently in hand is 4MW; the Plant size shall be 10MW. 31. Crescent Industrial Chemical Complex, Winder-Hub (on going) The Project has a 10MW Electrical Load, and 75Tons per hours Steam required for process and air-conditioning. It was decided to have a Gas-Turbine based Co-Generation facility. There would be six sub-stations each rated 2000KW plus standby HSD Sets. External Lighting and Industrial Electrification. Jafri and Associates have been retained as Consultants for the entire Complex, for Electrification and Co-Generation. 32. Karachi University Karachi .(on going) The University external Electrical distributions Consisted old, under sized overhead system. It was decided to replace the same with rated underground system; suitably old lights were replaced with new modern lights. Sub-stations were upgraded and modernised. Study was conducted and BOT Tenders were invited for Self Generation at the University inn order to provide reliable and economical Electrical Power. Jafri and Associates have been retained Consultants for both the upgrading of the distributions system and for the self Generation Project. 34. Siddiq Sons Denim Limited S ITE., Karachi . 3 MW captive power plant consisting of Self Generation Gas Engines. The Plant is in operation. 35. Artistic Milliner., Karachi (ongoing) 3 MW captive power plant consisting of Gas and Furnace Oil Fired Engine. The Plant was commissioned in 2002. 36. Shaukat Khanum Hospital and Rssearch Centre., Lahore(ongoing) 1.2 MW captive power plant consisting of Furnace Oil Fired Engine. The Plant is likely to be commissioned in May, 2002. 37. Energy Audit of Prime Minister’s Secretariat Jafri and Associates has recently completed the Project of Prime Minister’s Secretariat at Islamabad a Consultancy assignment for Energy Conservation. The aim of assignment is to save gas and electrical energy in reasonable range and our Proposal worth considering because the energies prices shall be continuously upward in our country. Projects On Transmission/Distribution Systems 1. KESC Fifth Power Project: System Expansion & Augmentation An ADB funded multi million dollar project, it covers expansion and augmentation of all components of KESC's transmission and distribution network, protection, load dispatch, SCADA and telecommunication facilities. The project also covers computerization of key technical, administrative and financial functions. The project covers system studies, design and implementation under-taken by KESC. The group of consultants comprises Lahmeyer International - Germany, Electrowatt Engineering Services, Switzerland; NESPAK and Jafri and Associates. The project consists of the following distinctive areas: A) Transmission Expansion and Augmentation: ◊ Expansion and augmentation at all transmission levels (220,132 & 66 kV). ◊ Setting up new grid stations and augmenting the existing ones. ◊ Study of pollution and corrosion. ◊ Study of KESC - WAPDA interconnector. ◊ Review of existing design criteria for all major equipment. ◊ Identification of sub projects. ◊ Specification and Tenders. ◊ Implementation. B) Protection, Telecommunication and Load Dispatch Improvements: ◊ Improvement in protection signaling functions. ◊ Study of multi-telecommunication facilities. ◊ Planning of a dual computer system. ◊ Study of KESC - WAPDA network system, and improvement in remote control system at each remote station. ◊ Review of existing design criteria for all major equipment. ◊ Identification of sub projects. ◊ Specification and Tenders. ◊ Implementation. C) Distribution, Expansion and Rehabilitation: ◊ Development of appropriate standards, planning and design criteria for quality and reliability of power supply. ◊ Optimization of primary 11 kV and secondary 0.4 kV systems, using CADPAD computer program. ◊ Optimization of sizes and locations of reactive compensation in 11 kV system. ◊ Carryout short-circuit and protection coordination studies. ◊ Identification of sub-projects. ◊ Specification and Tenders. D) Computerization of Technical, Financial and Commercial Operations: ◊ Study of KESC's present and projected operations. ◊ Development of total systems approach for each system/sub system. ◊ Establishment of existing design criteria for all major equipment. ◊ Identification of sub projects. ◊ Specification and Tenders. ◊ Implementation. E) Formulation and Preparation of new project Proposals for financing by the Bank in 1990: ◊ Formulation and preparation of new power expansion/augmentation project proposals of transmission, distribution, control and projection system. ◊ Improvement in system reliability, operational efficiency and minimization in losses. 2. WAPDA Rural Electrification, OECF Project, Sindh WAPDA - Rural Electrification Project under OECF (Overseas Economic Co-operation Fund), Japan. The Consultancy agreement between J&A and WAPDA was signed in September 1991 and the contract effective in December, 1991. The contract covers electrification of 703 Villages in lower Sindh. The project encompasses execution of 11 kV/415 V distribution net-work. The scope of work comprises the following main steps: ◊ Survey work, identification and mapping of villages. ◊ Drawings/inspection and verification of site, planning and pole - marking. ◊ Preparation and approval of work orders. ◊ Construction supervision/progress monitoring. ◊ Verification of contractors invoices. ◊ Completion reports. 3. WAPDA Rural Electrification, IBRD Project, Sindh The Consultancy agreement between J&A and IBRD was signed in October 1993 and the contract effective in February, 1994. The contract covers electrification of 970 Villages in lower Sindh. The project encompasses execution of 11 kV/415 V distribution net-work. The scope of work comprises the following main steps: ◊ Survey work, identification and mapping of villages. ◊ Drawings/inspection and verification of site, planning and pole - marking. ◊ Preparation and approval of work orders. ◊ Construction supervision/progress monitoring. ◊ Verification of contractors invoices. ◊ Completion reports. 4. 132 kV Grid Station at Karachi Airport for NESPAK, Karachi The 312/11 kV grid station is intended to provide a highly reliable power system for the present and future requirements of the Karachi International Airport. The grid station was commissioned in 1992. The Grid station has two 30 MVA, 132/11 kV transformers. There is a provision to add another transformer of the same size at a later stage. It is fed from two existing grid stations of KESC. Included in the work were the allied 132 kV overhead transmission lines and underground oil-filled cables; switchgear; protection and control system, warning and communication systems including power line carrier system and its interface with KESC’s existing system. Scope of work of JA included site survey, selection of route of transmission line, complete design, specifications, tender documentation, bid evaluation and vetting of construction documents in respect of electrical works. 5. KESC Development and Tariff Study This study was carried out in 1982 jointly in association with Fichtner Consulting Engineers, Germany and Electrowatt Engineering Services Ltd., Switzerland and covered the following: ◊ Short term power growth ◊ Long term power demand ◊ Short term plans for power generation ◊ Short and long term plans for power transmission The report was accepted by KESC after a detailed scrutiny and it served as the basic document for electricity plans for Karachi and adjoining areas in the year 1990. 6. 132/11 kV Grid Station for Pioneer Cement, Khoshab The Grid station houses one 20 MVA transformer fed from the network of WAPDA. The scope of work covers complete design, development of specification, tenders, bid evaluation, vetting of construction documentation and supervision. The grid station commissioned in 1993. 7. 132/6.6 kVA Grid Station for Pak Arab Refinery (PARCO) at Fazil Pur and Bubak The two 20 MVA grid stations feed the crude oil pumping stations of the pipe line going to the Refinery. The scope of JA includes construction management, vetting of shop drawings and supervision. The grid stations are commissioned in 1993. 8. ICI Grid Station 220 kV/11 kV M/s. ICI is setting up a production plant for PTA at Port Qasim, Karachi. The Plant will receive power from KESC by circuiting 220 kV Single Circuit Line and two Nos 220/11 kV 50 MVA Transformers. Lahmyer International and Jafri and Associates are Consultant for construction of line and Grid Station. The work involves: ◊ Preparation detailed specification and the scope of work for two 220/11 kV, 50 MVA Transformer. ◊ Estimate the cost of transmission line, 220 kV, 220 kV Switchgear, transformer and 11 kV Line. ◊ Evaluate the tender for transmission line, transformer and switchgear and recommend the pre-qualified contractor. ◊ Audit ICI in the Contract negotiation with prospective contractors. ◊ Prepare and monitor the construction and commissioning program. Projects On Energy Audits 1. Energy Audit of Aga Khan Hospital and Medical College The company was associated with the project as the local consultant. The project was handled by M/s M/s Hagler, Bailly & Company, (USA), under the overall supervision of ENERPLAN (now Energy Wing, Ministry of Planning and Development), an energy cell created by the government. One of o-ur engineers was deputed with the team of M/s Hagler, Bailly & Company during the on-site data collection phase. 2. Electrical Energy Audit of A.A.Textiles and Ibrahim Textile Mills Ltd., Faisalabad The textile mills, each of 12,500 spindles having a connected load of around 2 MW, were faced with the problems of energy losses and in-appropriately high max. demand charges. The objective of energy audit was to identify suitable measures for conserving energy and reducing the heavy electrical bill. The following is a description of activities undertaken by Jafri and Associates: ◊ Preliminary Survey. ◊ On-site data collection: A microprocessor based power/demand analyzer system "Dranetz" having built-in printer was used for detailed and repetitive measurements of max. demand, energy, voltage, current, power factor and projected demand. The system was programmed by Jafri and Associates to perform measurements of important electrical quantities and provide printouts of the same at one hour intervals. (Adequate training was provided by Jafri and Associates to the maintenance staff of the mills to operate the measurement system.) ◊ Analysis of on - site data: Was done on in-house computer system to get the detailed pattern of power usage, and to work out the possibilities for optimization of the use and management of energy. ◊ Software for this purpose was developed in-house and was based on Lotus - 123. The programs enabled plotting of load curves directly from the measurements obtained through "Dranetz" and identified the occurrence of peak demands for various sections of the mills and for the cumulative load. The analysis identified the areas and the equipment which needed modification. It was noted that decentralized power factor improvement, use of energy efficient motors and use of high efficiency fluorescent lamps together with mirror optic reflectors can bring about substantial energy savings. ◊ Preparation of recommendations: Recommendations based on the analysis of data collected from on - site measurements, were prepared. The recommendations covered both short term and long term measures. The exercise indicated useful results for incorporation in electrical design of new textile mills as well. This is being done for all of our new projects, thus ensuring optimum energy conservation from the very start of a new textile unit. (Jafri and Associates has handled about 40 textile mills and many are in the design stage.) ENGRO CHEMICAL PAKISTAN LIMITED, DAHARKI: ECPL is one of the fertilizing chemical producing company and was established around 1967. At present two Nos Gas turbine rated each 18.5 MVA and catering the demand of 22 MW. After the last extension which was carried out in 1994 their fault level reached its maximum i.e 39.5 kV. ECPL is now planning for a massive extension programme which will be carried out till 1999 and having a net demand of 35 MW. To meet the additional requirement, ECPL is planning to add one more gas turbine of identical rating. Naturally if the proposed extension is carried out it will increase the fault level beyond the sustaining limit of existing network. ECPL engaged Jafri and Associates to achieve this goal and JA has carried out extensive network study in the following discipline: ECPL engaged Jafri and Associates to achieve this goal and JA has carried out extensive network study in the following discipline: 1. Study of existing network parameters on Computer simulated software. 2. Study of proposed extension in lieu of expansion by adding new Gas Turbine of identical rating. 3. Study of network after upgrading of existing Gas Turbine as presently both are working under-rated. 4. Preparation of design schemes, specifications, BOQ for the proposed modification and extension programme. Registration With World bank & Asian Development Bank Jafri and Associates is registered with WB & ADB for the following sectors and areas: Energy sector ◊ Energy demand forecasting ◊ Energy economics ◊ Energy planning ◊ Energy pricing and tariff ◊ Energy conservation ◊ Power system analysis and planning ◊ Power system operation ◊ Power generation - hydroelectric and thermal ◊ Power transmission systems ◊ Power distribution systems ◊ Industrial power systems ◊ Load management, electric utilities management ◊ Geothermal energy, solar energy, bio-gas energy, wind energy ◊ Wood and vegetable fuels Urban development sector ◊ Strategic development planning ◊ Master planning ◊ Sites and services ◊ Urban services ◊ Municipal services Water supply and sanitation sector ◊ Water system planning and design ◊ Water transmission, distribution and storage ◊ Pumping stations ◊ Sanitation, sewage collection systems ◊ Low-cost urban sanitation ◊ Storm drainage ◊ Water pollution control ◊ Requirements forecasting ◊ Organization and management, tariffs and water metering Agriculture and rural development sector ◊ Physical infrastructure and dams ◊ Pump irrigation systems - rivers/lakes ◊ Irrigation/drainage networks ◊ Irrigation water management ◊ Food/river control works Education sector ◊ Design of build ings ◊ Training and curricula development Health sector ◊ Hospital design Projects Cost Break-Down Discipline Cost in Rs. Million • Electrical Energy and Power 4000 • Generation. 5000 • HVAC 1000 • Civil 400 Total = 10400 Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 1 Al-Shifa eye Hospital Electrical 0 3 20.00 Pakistan Army. Rawalpindi 2 132 KV Grid Stationery & Transmission Lines Electrical 0 200.00 NESPAK, Karachi Airport 3 A.A. Textile Mills Ltd. (unit-II) Electrical 0 3 10.00 Ibrahim Group, Faisalabad 4 A.A. Textile Mills Ltd. Energy 4.00 Ibrahim Group, Faisalabad 5 A.M.S. Behbehani Hospital Electrical 0 3 20.00 A.M. Behbehani, Karachi 6 Addition & Alteration of Kathore Palace Electrical 0 3 5.00 7 Alteration of Rahimyar Khan, palace Electrical 0 3 5.00 B.C.C.I. Rahimyar Khan 8 Administration Bldg. HVAC, Electrical 0 3 50.00 Port Qasim Authority. Karachi Water Supply & Sanitation 9 Aga Khan Hospital & Medical College Electrical 3 400.00 A.K.H.M.C. Foundation. Karachi 10 Agriculturl Development Bank of Pakistan Electrical 0 3 50.00 A.D.B.P. Islamabad. Water supply & Sanitation 11 Extention of ADBP Electrical 0 3 20.00 A.D.B.P. Islamabad 12 Airport Development Agency Al - Kharj Electrical 0 100.00 Airport Development Agency. Saudi Arabia 13 Al - Ahmed Textile Mills (Unit-II) Electrical 0 3 4.00 Al-Ahmed Textile Mills. Nooriabad 14 Amanat Leather Industries Electrical 0 5.00 Kotri 15 Aabrosia International Fruit Juice Factory Electrical 0 3 5.00 Aabrosia International S.I.T.E. 16 Amin Textile Mills Electrical 0 10.00 Amin Textile Ltd. Kotri 17 Army Housing Scheme Electrical 0 20.00 Pakistan Army, Lahore. Jafri And Associates 01 Consulting Engineer FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 18 Army Housing Scheme Electrical 0 3 10.00 Pakistan Army, Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 19 Army Housing Scheme Electrical 0 3 4.00 Pakistan Army Rawalpindi Water supply & Sanitation 20 Asbestos Cement Industries Limited Electrical 0 3 3 6.00 Asbestos Cement Industries Limited 21 Auditorium of Federal Institute for Rural Development Electrical 0 5.00 C.D.A. Islamabad 22 British Embassy, Immigration & Consular Building Electrical 3 3 15.00 British Embassy - Islamabad 23 Baluchistan Assembly Electrical 0 3 10.00 Government of Baluchistan Quetta 24 Bank of Credit & Commerce International Electrical 0 3 3 3.00 B.C.C.I. Rawalpindi 25 Bank of Credit & Commerce International Electrical 0 3 3 40.00 B.C.C.I. Rawalpindi 26 Board Office Bid. for Pakistan Ordinance Factory Electrical 0 10.00 Government of NWFP. Wah. Water Supply & Sanitation 27 Bulgarian Embassy HVAC Electrial 0 3 20.00 C.D.A. Islamabad Water Supply & Sanitation 28 Cabinet Block Building Electrical 0 3 25.00 C.D.A. Islamabad HVAC 29 Crescent Sugar Mills. Spining Unit II Electrical 0 3 3 10.00 Crescent Sugar Mills & Distillery Limited. Shahkot 30 Crown Textile Mill Weaving Plant Electrical 0 3 3 6.00 Crown Textile Mills. Sheikhpura 31 Chinese Embassy Building Electrical 0 3 10.00 C.D.A. Islamabad 32 Civil Aviation Cooperative Housing Society Roads & SWD 0 3 3 30.00 Civil Aviation Karachi Water Supply & Sanitation 33 Co-Generation at SNGPL Head office building Power Generation 40.00 S.N.G.P.L. Lahore 34 Combined Military Hospital Electrical 0 3 300.00 Pakistan Army Rawalpindi FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri And Associates 02 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 35 Garment Factory Electrical 0 3 4.00 Eastern Federal Union Karachi 36 Glamour One Electrical, HVAC 0 3 3 20.00 Rimpa Limited Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 37 Globe Textile Mills. Power Generation 0 3 25.00 Globe Textile Mills Limited Karachi 38 Ground Training School Electrical 0 3 5.00 Pakistan International Airline Karachi 39 Feasibility Study for Power Generation Power Generation 86.70 Gul Ahmed Karachi 40 Gulshan Spining Mills Electrical 0 3 8.00 Gulshan Textile, Faisalabad 41 Gulshan Spining Mills Electrical 0 3 3 4.00 Gulshan Textile Karachi 42 Gulshan-e-Roomi Roads & SWD 0 3 40.00 Pakistan Maniar Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 43 Feasibility Study for Power Generation Power Generation 68.20 Habib Bank Limited, Karachi 44 Flood Lighting Hocky Club of Pakistan Stadium Electrical 0 3 3 20.00 Pakitan Hocky Federation Karachi 45 Hamid Flour Mills Electrical 0 3 3 1.00 Hamid Flour Mills, Karachi 46 Hasan Terrace Clifton Electrical 0 3 3 20.00 Hasan Associates, Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 47 High Court Building Electrical, HVAC 0 3 3 20.00 Government of NWFP, Peshawar Water supply & Sanitation 48 Hotel Khyber Intercontinental Electrical 0 3 3 50.00 Pakistan Service Limited, Peshawar 49 Hotel Plaza International Electrical 0 3 3 10.00 Plaza Enterprise, Karachi 50 Housing Estate Port M.B.Q. Electrical 0 3 3 5.00 Port Qasim Authority, Karachi 51 Ibrahim Textile Mills Limited Energy 0 - Ibrahim Group, Faisalabad FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 03 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 52 Cotex Textile Mills Electrical 0 0 3 3.50 Cotex Textile Mills Limited, Nuriabad , 53 Data Darbar Mosque Electrical 0 0 20.00 Government of Punjab, Lahore 54 Defence Coded Project Electrical 0 0 3 - Ministry of Defence HVAC 55 Dewan Textile Mills Limited Electrical 0 0 3 8.00 Dewan Group, Kotri 56 Dewan Textile Mills Limited ( Unit II ) Electrical 0 0 10.00 Dewan Group Kotri 57 Dost Mohammad Cotton Mills Electrical 0 0 3 10.00 Dost Mohammad Cotton Mills Limited Karachi 58 Energy Manpower Training Study Electrical 0 - Mathtech / USAID HVAC 59 External Electrification Port M.B.Q Electrical 0 0 3 15.00 Port Qasim Authority, Karachi 60 External Electrification of G.T.C.H.S.Karachi Electrical 0 0 3 5.00 Government Teachers Co-Operative Housing Society 61 Feasibility Study of self Generation ( 22.5 MW ) Power Generation 262.70 National Refinery Limited, Karachi 62 Feasibility Study of self Generation ( 7.5 MW ) Power Generation 40.00 National Refinery Limited, Karachi Jafri and Associates 04 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 63 Feasibility Study for 120 MW Diesel Power Plant Power Generation - K.E.S.C. Karachi 64 Feroze Textile Electrical 0 0 3 5.00 Feroze Textile, Hyderabad Water supply & Sanitation 65 Generators for Dewan Textile Mills Electrical 0 0 3 10.00 Dewan Mushtaq Group Kotri Power Generation 66 G.M.D. Factory Horizantal Extension Electrical 0 0 3 10.00 Ghulam Mohammad, Karachi 67 Govt. Teachers Co-operative Housing Society Roads & SWD 0 0 15.00 Government of Sind, Karachi Water Supply & Sanitation 68 Garment Factory Electrical 0 0 3 4.00 International Garments, Karachi. FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 04 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 69 Ibrahim Textile Mills Ltd. ( Unit - II ) Electrical 0 3 3 4.50 Ibrahim Group. Faisalabad 70 Indonesian Embassy Electrical 0 3 3 10.00 C.D.A Islmabad 71 Indus Dyeing and Manufacturing Company Limited Electrical 0 3 3 8.00 IDMCL. Multan 72 Islamic Chamber Building Electrical 0 3 3 8.00 Islamic Chamber of Pakistan Karachi 73 Ishtiaq Textile Mills Ltd Electrical 0 3 3 10.00 Dewan Group Nooriabad 74 Island Textile Mills Electrical 0 3 3 10.00 Island Textile Kotri 75 Jamat Khana at Nazimabad Electrical 0 3 3 20.00 Aga Khan Community Center, Karachi 76 Jamat Khana at Rahimabad Electrical 0 3 3 20.00 Aga Khan Community Center. Karachi 77 K.P.T. Gate way Electrical 0 3 3 2.00 Karachi Port Trust, Karachi 78 KESC Power Tariff Study Power System 0 - KESC & Asian Development bank, Karachi. 79 Karachi University Employees Housing Society Roads & SWD 0 3 45.00 K.U.E.C.H.S. Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 80 Kathore Garden Palace Electrical 0 3 5.00 B.C.C.I. Nooriabad 81 Khalid Textile Mills Electrical 0 3 3 10.00 Dewan Group Kotri 82 Library Building and Physics Department HVAC 0 3 3 6.20 Sind Universsity Jamshoro Electrical 83 MTC/DFC Pakistan Steel Mills Electrical, HVAC 0 3 3 20.00 Pakistan Steel Mills. Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 84 Mahmood Textile Mills. Electrical 0 3 3 5.00 Mahmood Textile Mills. Muzaffargarah 85 Mahmood Textile Mills ( Unit - III ) Electrical 0 3 3 10.00 Mahmood Textile Mills Limited, Muzaffargarah FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 05 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 86 Primary, Secondary & Intermediate School Electrical, HVAC 0 3 30.00 National Housing Estate, Kuwait Water supply & Sanitation 87 Public Library Building Electrical 0 3 5.00 Government of N.W.F.P. Peshawar Water supply & Sanitation 88 Quaid-e-Azam House Electrical 0 3 3 2.30 Pakistan PWD Karachi 89 Rahim Buksh Textile Mills Electrical 0 3 3 3.00 Rahim Buksh Textile Mills Limited, D.G. Khan 90 Ravi Textile Mills Electrical 0 3 3 4.00 Ravi Textile Mills Limited, Chunian 91 Rice Research Institute Electrical 0 3 5.00 Government of Sind. Deharki HVAC 92 SNGPL Cogeneration Power Plant Power Generation 0 3 3 40.00 SNGPL Lahore 93 Salmous Fiber Plant Power Generation 0 3 3 - Dewan Mushtaq Group NWFP Electrical & HVAC 94 Neelam Textile Mills Limited Electrical 0 3 10.00 Sapphire Groups Kotri 95 New Defense Boat Club, & Squash Club Electrical 0 0 3 5.00 Surti & Partners, Karachi 96 New Saudi Airlines Office Electrical 0 3 2.00 Saudi Airlines, Karachi 97 Nigerian Embassy HVAC 0 3 10.00 C.D.A. Islamabad 98 Open End Project Limited Electrical 0 3 5.00 Siddiq Sons. Hub 99 P.S.P.C. New Note Printing Works Electrical 0 3 3 80.00 P.S.P.C. Karachi 100 P.I.A. Hotel Electrical 0 3 3 10.00 P.I.A. Gilgit HVAC 101 P.I.A. Office Building Electrical 0 3 10.00 P.I.A. Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 102 P.I.A Precision engineering Complex Electrical 0 3 3 100.00 P.I.A Karachi FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 06 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 103 Mahmud Kot Bulk Oil Storage Installation Electrical 0 3 15.00 Pakistan State Oil, Multan 104 Malam Jabba Hotel Electrical 0 3 20.00 Pakistan Services Limited, Swat HVAC 105 Mathematics Department Electrical 0 3 3 1.10 Sind University Jamshoro HVAC 106 Mehran Univeristy of Engineering & Technology Electrical 0 3 3 40.00 Government of Sind, Nawabshad 107 Metropolitan Steel Corporation Limited Power Generation 35.00 Matropolitan Steel Corporation Limited, Karachi 108 Multi Storied Flats Electrical 0 3 2.00 Zaidi, Abedi & Company, Karachi 109 Mushtaq Textile Mills Extension & Renovation Electrical 0 3 3 8.00 Dewan Group, Hyderabad 110 Muzaffarabad High Court Building Electrical 0 3 10.00 Government of Azad Kashmir, Muzaffarabad 111 N.P. Cotton Mills Electrical 0 3 3 5.00 N.P. Cotton Mills Limited Hub 112 N.P. Water Proofing Project Electrical 0 3 3 5.00 N.P. Water Proof Hub. 113 N.E.D. University of Engineering & Technology Electrical HVAC 0 3 3 100.00 Government of Sind. Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 114 NESPAK Base Project 550 Barrage Workshop Water supply & Sanitation 0 3 8.00 NESPAK, Karachi 115 National Agriculture Research Council Complex Electrical 0 3 3 80.00 Pakistan Agriculture Research Council Islamabad HVAC 116 National Agriculture Research Council Electrical 0 3 25.00 Pakistan Agriculture Research Council Islamabad HVAC 117 National Archives Building Electrical, HVAC 0 3 3 10.00 C.D.A. Islamabad Water supply & Sanitation 118 National Assembly Building Electrical 0 3 3 100.00 C.D.A. Islamabad Water supply & Sanitation 119 Naval Flats Electrical 0 3 10.00 CMES ( Pakistan Navy). Karachi FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 07 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 120 P.S.P.C. Sprint Project ( Computer Suit ) Electrical 0 3 3 2.00 P.S.P.C. Karachi 121 Pakistan Marine Academy Electrical 0 3 10.00 Pakistan PWD, Karachi 122 Panorama Center Electrical 0 3 10.00 Panorama Center, Karchi 123 Parsi Flats ( Extension ) Electrical 0 3 5.00 Surti & Partners Karachi 124 Postal Directorate Electrical 0 3 3 5.00 T&T Department Islamabad 125 Pre Fabricated Flats, Complex, Ind. City Electrical, HVAC 0 3 140.00 M.L.I. Basra, Iraq Water supply & Sanitation 126 Pre-fabricated Flats & complex Electrical, HVAC 0 3 167.00 M.L.I. Basra, Iraq Water supply & Sanitation 127 President Chamber at Parliment House Electrical 0 3 3 15.00 C.D.A Islamabad HVAC 128 Self Generation Power Plant for Ibrahim Group Power Generation 0 3 3 260.00 Ibrahim Energy Group Faisalabad 129 Self Generation Power Plant for Nishat Mills Power Generation 0 3 3 210.00 Nishat Mills, Faisalabad 130 Self Generation Power Plant Power Generation 0 3 3 110.00 Sapphire Group, Faisalabad 131 Shaheen Knitwear, Study Phase I Electrical 0 - Shaheen Foundation Karachi HVAC 132 Sapphire - II Extension Electrical 0 3 3 3.00 Sapphire Group Kotri 133 Sapphire Open End Textile Electrical 0 3 3 15.00 Sapphire Group Kotri 134 Sapphire Textile Mills Electrical 0 3 3 6.00 Sapphire Group Kotri 135 Sapphire Textile Mills Limited Electrical 0 3 3 3.00 Sapphire Group Kotri 136 Serena Hotel Electrical 3 10.00 Tourism Promotion Faisalabad 137 Serena Hotel Electrical 3 9.00 Tourism Promotion Quetta FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 08 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 138 Shah Faisal Mosque Electrical 0 5.00 C.D.A. Islamabad 139 Shahpur Textile Mills Electrical 0 3 4.00 Shahpur Textile Mills Limited. Chunian 140 Shiekh Sultan Trust Commercial Building Electrical, HVAC 0 3 12.00 Shiekh Sultan Trust Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 141 State Oil Co-Operative Housing Society Limited Roads & SWD 8.00 Pakistan State Oil Karachi Water supply & Sanitation 142 Siddiq Sons Electrical 0 3 3.00 Siddiq Sons. Hub 143 Sind House Electrical, HVAC 0 3 10.00 C.D.A. Islamabad Water supply & Sanitation 144 State Bank of Pakistan Electrical 0 3 8.00 Government of Pakistan Peshawar 145 State Bank of Pakistan Electrical 0 7.00 Government of Pakistan Quetta 146 State Life Building II Electrical 0 3 5.00 Premier Insurance. Karachi 147 Sukkhar Board Office Electrical 0 3 5.00 Government of sind Sukkhar 148 Tando Jam Agriculture University Electrical 0 6.00 Government of sind Water supply & Sanitation 149 Third Education Project Electrical 0 8.00 Government of Sind. 150 Telephone Employees co-operative Hoiusing Society Electrical 6.00 Karachi 151 United State Information Services Building Electrical 0 4.00 C.D.A. Islamabad 152 Zenab Textile Mills Limited Electrical 0 3 4.50 Ibrahim Group. Faisalabad FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 09 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 153 Fazal Textile Mills Ltd. (10 MW) Power Generation 3 100.00 Karachi. (Gas Engines) 154 Lucky Textile Mills Ltd. (2.0 MW) Power Generation 3 40.00 Karchi (Gas Engines) 155 Shadman Cotton Mills Ltd. (4.5 MW) Power Generation 3 3 3 3 3 150.00 Shaikh-u-pura (HFO) 156 Japan Power Generation Ltd. (135.0 MW) Power Generation 3 3 3 3 3 500.00 Jia Bagga Railway station, Lahore (HFO) 157 ICI Shaikhupura Ltd. (10.0 MW) Power Generation 3 3 3 3 3 200.00 (HFO) 158 BOC Port Qasim, Karachi 132 KV Grid Station 3 3 3 3 3 100.00 159 ICI Port Qasim, Karachi 220 KV Grid Station 3 3 3 3 3 200.00 (Local Associates to lahmeryer international 160 Karachi Grammer School Electrical 3 3 3 3 20.00 College Complex. 161 University of Karachi Electrical 3 3 3 3 40.00 162 College of Business and Management Electrical 3 3 3 3 10.00 163 National Bank of Pakistan Electrical 3 3 3 3 20.00 Head Office Bldg Karachi. 164 State Life Building Islamabad Electrical 3 3 3 3 20.00 165 State Life Building, Lahore Electrical 3 3 3 3 15.00 FSB = Feasibility DSG = Designing STD = Sector Study DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 10 Consulting Engineer Consolidated List Of Project Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 166 PSO House, Karachi Electrical 3 3 3 3 20.00 166 PSO House, Karachi Self-Generation 3 3 3 3 20.00 167 Poneer Cement Limited Electrical 3 3 3 3 3 150.00 168 Poneer Cement Limited (25 MW) Power Generation 3 3 3 3 3 500.00 (HFO) 169 Engro Chemical Net Work Study 3 3 3 40.00 170 The Aga Khan University, Karachi (3.2MW) Self Generation Gas Engine 3 100.00 (3.3MW) Co- Generation Gas Turbine 250.00 171 Crescent Industrial Chemical Ltd. Electrical 3 3 3 3 3 200.00 Vinder 172 Crescent Industrial Chemical Ltd. (10 MW) Co- Generation Gas Turbine 3 3 3 3 3 400.00 Vinder 173 Elite, Textile Mills, Karachi (5 MW) Self Generation Gas Engine 3 3 3 3 3 100.00 174 Jubble, Textile Mills, Karachi (5 MW) Self Generation Gas Engine 3 3 3 3 3 100.00 FSB = Feasibility DSG = STD = Sector StudyDesigning DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 11 Consulting Engineer Sr. Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 175 INTERNAL/EXTERNAL ELECTRIFICATION 3 3 3 50.00 REHABILIATION & MODERNIZATION Electrical UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI. 176 PASSENGER ELEVATOR 3 3 3 5.00 Electrical UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI 177 TELECOMMUNICAION NETWORK 3 3 3 13.40 Electrical UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI 178 SELF GENERATION PROJECT 3 3 3 3 3 40.00 (4 MW) Self Generation Gas Engine UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI 179 SELF GENERATION PROJECT 3 3 3 40.00 (3 MW) Self Generation Gas Engine SIDDIQ SONS DENIM S.I.T.E.KARACHI 180 SIDDIQ TRADE CENTRE.,LAHORE (5MW) Self Generation Gas Engine 3 3 3 3 3 25.00 SELF AND CO-GENERATION PROJECT (5MW) Co- Generation Gas Turbine 15.00 181 SELF GENERATION (HOOKING-UP) PROJECT 3 3 3 30.00 (3MW) Self Generation Gas Engine HUSEIN TEXTILE MILLS LIMITED., Karachi 182 SELF GENERATION PROJECT 3 3 3 3 3 40.00 (4 MW) Self Generation Gas Engine THE AGA KHAN UNIVERSITY., KARACHI 183 SELF GENERATION PROJECT 3 3 3 3 3 20.00 (2 MW) Self Generation Gas Engine SHAUKAT KHANUM HOSPITAL., LAHORE 184 SELF GENERATION PROJECT 3 3 3 3 3 20.00 (2 MW) Self Generation Gas Engine AMMAR TEXTILE MILLS LIMITED, LAHORE 185 Standly Diesel Generating Set and connection to Laboratore, 3 3 3 3 3 8.4 Computer rooms & Seminar libraries in Science dept: at Electrical & Stanby Diesel Generating UNIVERSITY OF SINDH, JAMSHORO. Sets. 186 Up-Grading & Amelioration of existing Internal Distribution 3 4.5 Network (Distribution Boards & Internal Wiring at Electrical UNIVERSITY OF SINDH, JAMSHORO. FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Jafri and Associates 12 Consulting Engineer Sheet13 z Project Tile Services Scope Of work Updated cost No. & Clients Covered FSB STD DSG DOC SUPR million Rs. 187 Attock Cement Ltd. Lasbellah Baluchistan. Self Generation Project 3 3 3 3 2.30 188 Pakland Cement Ltd. Thatta Sind. Self Generation Project 3 3 3 3 3 1.26 189 Cherat Cement Ltd. Peshawar N.W.F.P. Power Project 3 3 3 3 3 4.00 190 Adamjee Enterprises Site Karachi Electrical 3 3 3 0.05 191 Habib Suger Mills Ltd. Nawabshah Sind. Co-Generation Project 3 0.05 192 Artistic Milliners Korangi Karachi. Co-Generation Project 3 3 3 3 0.56 193 Lever Brother Pakistan Ltd. Rahimyar Khan. Co-Generation Project 3 50,000.00 Lahore University of Management Science (LUMPS) - 194 Lahore. Self Generation Project 3 195 Enercon, Islamabad. Power Factor Improvement 3 3 3 1.971 196 Saadi Cement Limited Hattar, Islamabad. Self Generation Project 3 3 3 3 3 1.26 197 Pakistan Printing Press Corporation Malir, Karachi. Electrical 3 3 3 0.05 198 Saudi Pak Industrial & Agricultural Investment Islamabad. Elevator 3 3 0.05 199 Fauji Cement (Pvt) Ltd. Islamabad Electrical 3 3 3 8.00 200 K.M.C Ladies Sports Complex Gulshan-e-Iqbal Karachi. 3 3 3 0.05 Electrical 201 K.M.A Hospital, Tower Karachi. Electrical 3 3 3 0.05 202 Hotel Holiday Inn Multan. Electrical 3 3 3 5.00 203 Replacement & Installation of Power / External Light 3 3 3 Karachi Golf Club Electrical 204 Energy Audit Shahpur Textile Mills Limited Chunnian. Electrical 3 3 0.05 FSB = Feasibility STD = Sector Study DSG = Designing DOC = Contract Documentation SUPR = Supervision Page 15