KIIDP2 – Batch 2 Roads and Junctions.

KIIDP2 - Batch 2 Roads And Junctions.


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NameKIIDP2 - Batch 2 Roads and Junctions.
StatusIn Progress
LocationCentral Division,Nakawa Division,Makindye Division,Rubaga Division,Kawempe Division
ContractorKampala Capital City Authority (KCCA)
Supervising ConsultantSmec International Pty Ltd
Source FundingWorld Bank
Contract PriceUGX 0
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Project ManagerDirector Engineering and Technical services
Start Date3/13/2015 12:00:00 AM
End Date12/31/2019 12:00:00 AM
NameDescriptionStatusCostAssigned ToStart Date
bidding documents for batch 2 roadsThe Bank cleared the bidding documents for batch 2 roads, the advert ran in the newspapers and so far, 31 firms have expressed interest. Site inspection & a pre-bid meeting was held on 13th &14th March 2018 respectivelyOngoing0KIIDP Staff3/1/2018 12:00:00 AM
Technical Evaluation of the proposalsTechnical Evaluation of the proposals for the short-listed Consultants for Batch 2 roads was concludedOngoing0KIIDP Staff3/1/2018 12:00:00 AM
valuation report for batch 2 priority roadsThe Consultant is addressing the CGV’s comments in the valuation report for batch 2 priority roads. Comments for Bunamwaya and Kulambiro reports have already been addressed and the revised reports re-submitted to the CGV for clearance.Complete0KIIDP Staff3/31/2017 12:00:00 AM
Clearing of Bidding documents for Batch 2 roadsThe bidding documents for batch 2 roads were cleared by the Bank, the advert ran in the newspapers and so far, 20 firms have expressed interest. Site inspection is scheduled for 13th March 2018 and the pre-bid meeting is scheduled for 14th March 2018Complete0KIIDP Staff3/2/2018 12:00:00 AM
review of Proposals for consultantsTechnical Evaluation of the proposals for the short-listed Consultants for Batch 2 roads was concluded. The evaluation report is being finalized and will be submitted to Contracts Committee.Complete0KIIDP Staff3/2/2018 12:00:00 AM
Evaluation Report for batch 2 roadsThe CGV’s comments in the valuation report for batch 2 priority roads are being addressed by the Consultant. Comments for Bunamwaya and Kulambiro reports have already been addressed and the revised reports re-submitted to the CGV for clearance. Comments for Lukuli are still being incorporated and report will be submitted by next weekComplete0KIIDP Engineers3/2/2018 12:00:00 AM
Evaluation of Proposals for consultantsEvaluation of the proposals for the short-listed Consultants for Batch 2 roads was concluded. The evaluation report is being finalized and will be submitted to Contracts Committee next week.Complete0KCCA2/12/2018 12:00:00 AM
Evaluation ReportThe valuation report for batch 2 priority roads was submitted to CGV who provided comments received by ED’s Office on 12th January 2018. The comments were sent to the consultants for their action.Complete0KCCA1/12/2018 12:00:00 AM
Stage 3- Preparation of Bidding/Contract DocumentsFor the recommended work package (Lot) or contract, the consultant shall prepare appropriately detailed bidding documents suitable for open competitive bidding in accordance with World BankComplete0Eng. David rogers Semugooma- Highway engineer3/27/2017 12:00:00 AM
Stage 2- Detailed DesignThe consultant shall, Review the preliminary design and make adjustments where necessary a) Prepare final detailed engineering design drawings b) Carry out full detailed system design for the signal controlled junctions, and develop system processes that shall be used for operation and maintenance of the traffic signals equipment in an adaptive UTC environment and also for training and maintaining skilled staff c) Prepare final engineering design report d) Prepare final cost estimates e) Be called upon to assist the client in evaluation of tenders for the worksComplete0Eng.Beatrice Magumba- Traffic and Transportation Engineer3/27/2017 12:00:00 AM
Stage I: Preliminary Engineering Designa) Review all available documentation of previous work, inspections, designs, studies, reports etc that were prepared by KCC/KCCA to familiarize himself with and gain a better understanding of the problems of the selected roads. b) Collect all relevant field data to carry out a preliminary assessment of the traffic loading, hydrology, topography and geotechnical conditions of the existing roads. c) Liaise with utility companies and locate/identify utilities that may need relocation d) Undertake traffic counts and data analysis to establish required road capacity and strength and for use in micro-simulation modelling. The consultant shall also be required to undertake pedestrian counts to justify the need for any additional grade separated or at grade pedestrian crossings at busy locations and ensure pedestrians move safely from origin to destination. e) As part of the traffic projections, the Consultant shall take into account seasonal traffic variations and appropriate seasonal factors to convert the average daily traffic (ADT) obtained from the field studies into Annual Average Daily Traffic (AADT). f) Undertake appropriate topographic surveys in order to develop Digital Ground Models for each road and carryout appropriate preliminary alignment and pavement designs. Special attention shall be given to the required contour and land use data to estimate catchment areas for hydrological sizing of the structure and the river training protective measures for the watercourses. The Consultant shall establish permanent benchmarks at site, which will permit re-establishment of the reference controls by the contractor(s).g) Undertake appropriate Geometric Investigation to develop optimum vertical and horizontal alignments. h) Undertake soil and materials investigations in relation to the:i. adequacy of sub grade materials on existing and new alignments; ii. stability of existing embankments and cuttings and their capacity for raising or deepening; iii. Suitability of mechanical modification and/or chemical stabilization of existing gravel material for use in the proposed pavement layers. i) Specifically for the reconstruction of paved roads: Carry out a detailed pavement structural condition survey (with associated DCP tests for pavement layers at 500 meter intervals for each lane, as well as Light Falling Weight Deflectometer surveys at 500 meter intervals. A full report shall be produced with findings and recommendations from this survey, clearly specifying the appropriate engineering treatment alternatives that will give the new project a 20 year design life.Visible signs of distress as well as possible clues as to the causes of distress must be recorded and include: (a) Location of distress, (b) Mode/type of distress, (c) Degree /extent of distress, (iv)Pertinent construction details and deficiencies, (d) Topographic, geological and vegetation clues, (vii) Drainage structures/facilities.j) Materials investigations shall include the prospective survey for construction materials required for the project. Laboratory tests needed for pavement design and quality analysis of construction materials shall be performed by a recognized laboratory. The results of the geotechnical investigations shall be presented by the Consultant in a separate volume of the Engineering Report. k) The consultant shall carry out preliminary design of facilities (junctions, roads, parking, etc) based on data collected in the preceding activities. l) The consultant shall test feasibility and operation of all relevant junctions and links by carrying out Micro-simulation network modelling based on traffic count data and preliminary roads and junction and UTC designs. Relevant junctions will include the junctions designed under this assignment and adjacent junctions in close proximity. Micro-simulation shall include preparation of a baseline model of the existing roads operation, for purposes of comparison with the improved signal controlled scenario, the output from which shall be utilized in the economic assessment. m) For signal controlled junctions, the Consultant shall carry out preliminary system design of an adaptive Urban Traffic Control (UTC) system (SCOOT or equivalent) and traffic signal installations, including, signal timing plans, outline controller specification, basis for detection and signal priority, operation of fault management, defining operation of optic fibre or wireless and landline communications, outline specification of traffic control centre equipment and systems and location/building requirements, and electrical requirement of traffic control system. System design shall include for red light enforcement, incident management strategies and event management, and priority movement of public transport vehicles. The UTC system shall be designed such that it has capability to incorporate (in future) a large number of signal-controlled junctions throughout Kampala. n) Undertake economic feasibility assessments using appropriate indicators such as Net Present Value (NPV), Cost-benefit analysis and the economic internal rate of returns o) Prepare a resettlement action plan for the project affected persons. p) Undertake environmental and social impact assessment and mitigation plan according to the requirements of environmental authorities q) The above design outputs shall be brought together as Preliminary design drawings for the structures and the pertinent roads sections at appropriate scales r) Undertake preliminary cost estimates based on the preliminary designs, including a separate report for roads corridor acquisition costs where required. s) Prepare a feasibility study report, complete with cost estimates based on current unit prices in Uganda shillings and corresponding US dollar amounts while presenting taxes and duties separately. The estimate should provide for the right-of-way acquisition and RAP. t) Prepare a detailed time schedule for the program based on the required detailed design period, the construction time for the works assuming a practical sequence of activities under the prevailing conditions and taking into account the time needed for tendering, contract negotiations and award, mobilization, etc. The expected cash flow shall also be indicated. u) The preliminary design and cost estimates shall reflect the life cycle cost principles in that the consultant shall, in addition, prepare for the structure opted where a separate schedule of maintenance interventions shall be prepared for the entire life time of the roads and discounted back to the present time. The discounted life cycle maintenance cost shall be shown separately from the construction cost and shall not form part of the engineer’s estimate.Complete0Eng. Jacob Byamukama3/27/2017 12:00:00 AM
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