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Dr. P. E. HILDEBRAND Chief Economist
WEST PAKISTAN
WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
LAHORE, PAKISTAN
GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAM
PROGRESS REPORT NO. 35 AUGUST 1965
TIPTON AND KALMBACH, INC.
ENGINEERS DENVER, COLORADO LAHORE, PAKISTAN




WEST PAKISTAN
WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
LAHORE, PAKISTAN
GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAM
PROGRESS REPORT NO. 35
AUGUST 196S
TIPTON AND KALMBACH, INC.
E N G I N E E R S
DENVER, COLORADO LAHORE, PAKISTAN




TIPTON AND KALMBACH, INC.
300 INSURANCE BUILDING 831-14TH STREET
DENVER,COLORADO 80202
R.J. TIPTON, PRESIDENT CABLES:
OLIN KALMBACH, VICE-PRES. PHONE 244-2944 ARTIP DENVER
JINCY HUNT, TREASURER r. L. KIROIS. SECRETARY TIPAK LAHOPRE
October 2, 1965
Chairman
West Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority
Sunny View Estate
Kashmir Road
Lahore, Pakistan
Subject: Ground Water and Reclamation Program Progress Report No. 35
Dear Sir:
There are transmitted herewith two copies of Progress Report No.
35 covering progress on the construction of Ground Water Reclamation
Program works underway during the month of August 1965.
Respectfully submitted,
TIPTON AND KALMBACH, INC.
By
,,V "Aton
Distribution:
Mr. Sayyid Hamid, Chief Engineer, Ground Water and
Reclamation Division 15 cys.
Mr. Ch. A. Hamid, General Manager Power 3 cys.
Harza Engineering Company, International, Chicago 2 cys.
Commonwealth Associates, Inc., Jackson, Michigan- 2 cys.
Tipton and Kalmbach, Inc., Lahore 30 cys.




CONTENTS
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PROJECT NO, 2 CI{AJ DOAB
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Mona Unit ... ..........o e.s 4
Khadir Unit *..........e .e.e 5
Upper Jhelum Subproject ... .. .. .. 6 Lower Jhelum Subproject ........... 7
Electrification
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Mona Unit &
Upper Jhelum Subproject *....,.,.. 8
Khadir Unit .. ..... .... .* ***
Surface Drainage
Chot and Rukan Drains *........... I
PROJECT NO.3 LOWER THAL DOAB
Tubewells
Kot Adu Unit .............eo.e.o* e1
Surface Drainage
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PROJECT NO. 4 UPPER RECHNA DOAB
Tubewells
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'WEST PAKISTAN
WATER AND POWER DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY LAHORE, PAKISTAN
GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAM
PROGRESS REPORT NO. 35
August 1965
PREFACE
This report covers progress through the period ending 31 August 1965 on construction and electrification of tubewells and construction of surface drainage works in the Northern Zone of the Indus Plains. The works covered in this report are part of the Ground Water and Reclamation Program of the West Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority.
Contract preparation and supervision of construction of the
tubewells and surface drainage works is being performed by Tipton and Kalmbach, Inc., with the assistance of the engineering staff of the Ground Water and Reclamation Division of the Authority. Administration and supervision of the electrification of tubewells for the Upper Jhelum Subproject is being performed by Commonwealth Associates, Inc. For all other Subprojects and Units presently underway, electrification supervision is by the Electricity Department of the Authority. The status of electrification of tubewells reported herein has been excerpted from information furnished by Commonwealth Associates and the Electricity Department.
For purposes of planning, the Ground Water and Reclamation Program is divided into Projects which encompass entire doabs or major portions thereof. These Projects are further divided into Subprojects and Units for purposes of construction. The location of the Projects and their subdivisions are shown on Figure 1.
GENERAL
At the end of August the construction inspection and support staff of the Engineer and the Authority assigned to field operations consisted of the following personnel :




Engineer WAPDA Pakistani Staff Expatriate Inspection Support
Lower Thai (Alipur & Drainage) 1 3 1
Mona Unit 1 1 0
Upper Jhelum Subproject 5 39 34
Khadir Unit 3 15 24
Motor Pool
a) Upper Jhelum 1 71
b) Khadir 0 31
At the end of this report period 58 vehicles were assigned to field units for transportation. Three of these vehicles were down for repairs, leaving 94.8 percent of the vehicles assigned to the field available for use.
The following table indicates temperature and rainfall data for the cities of Jhelum, Sargodha and Multan during the month of August. Jhelum is adjacent to the Upper Jhelum Subproject; Sargodha is the closest major city to the Khadir Unit and Multan is adjacent to the Lower Thal area of Project No. 3.
Recorded Temp During Month Precipitation During Month Total Days on Which
Maximum Minimum
Amount Recorded
Jhelum 103 67 3.8 in. 7 days
Multan 107 73 0.3 in. I day
Sargodha 103 70 2.0 in. 6 days
SUMMARY
Construction of Project No.1 Central Rechna Doab, was
substantially completed in 1962. The status of the construction of tubewells and surface drainage works in the Subprojects and Units which have been authorized for construction under Projects 2, 3 and 4 as follows :
Project No. 2 Chaj Doab
Gross Area Number of Estimated % Tubewells (Acres) Tubewells Completion
Lalian Unit 137,000 163 100%
Mona Unit 112,000 138 98.5
Khadir Unit 170,000 205 19
Upper Jhelum Subproject 623,000 815 18
Lower Jhelum Subproject 673,000 760 0
Lengths Number of Estimated %
Surface Drains (Miles) Structures Completion
Chot and Rukan Drains 19.5 60 14
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Project No. 3 Lower Thai Doab
Gross Area Number of Estimated % Tubewells (Acres) Tubewells Completion
Kot Adu Unit 400,000 475 0
Alipur Unit 400,000 500 0.5
Length Number of Estimated %
Surface Drains (Miles) Structures Completion
Kot Adu Main Drain 24,6 48 25
Budh Pranch Drain 17.2 24 5
Project No. 4 Upper Rechna Doab
Gross Area Number of Estimated % Tubewells (Acres) Tubewells Completion
Marala-Ravi Unit 178,000 300 0
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LEGEND
PROJECT AND SUBDSOIVISION BOUNDARIES
PROJECT NO. I CENTRAL RECHNA D00AS MIAWALI
PROJECT NO.2- CHAJ DOAR
PROJECT NO. 3- LOWER THAL DOAR
PROJECT NO.4 UPPER RECHNA DOA B
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STATUS OF CONSTRUCTION
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TABLE I
GROUND WATER AND RECLAMATION PROGRAM PROJECT SUBDIVISIONS
COLOR PROJECT SERIAL IDENTIFYING
CODE NUMBER PROJECT TITLE AND SUBDIVISIONS NUMBER NUMBER
LII CENTRAL RECHNA DOAB I
Pindi Bhottian Unit I 101
Chichoki' Mallian Unit 2 102
Chuharkana Unit 3 103
Jaranwala Unit 4 I 04
Shahkot Unit 5 105
Zafarwal Unit 6 106
Khangah Dogran Unit 7 107
Sangla Hill Unit 8 108
Beranwala Unit 9 109
Harse Sheikh Unit 10 1010
Hafizabad Unit ii lOil
Shadman Unit 12 1012
I2 CHAJ DOAB 2
Lalian Unit I 201
Mona Unit 2 202
Khadir Unit 3 203
Upper Jhelum Sub-Project 21
Sohawa Unit 4 214
Busal Unit 5 215
Phalia Unit 6 21 6
LowerJhelum Sub-Project 22
FI Unit 7 227
F2 Unit 8 228
LI Unit 9 229
Gujrat Plain Unit 10 2010
3 LOWER THAL DOAB 3
Kot Adu Unit I 301
Alipur Unit 2 30.2
Rangpur Unit 3 303
Saline Zone 4 304
4 UPPER RECHNA DOAB 4
Maralo-Ravi Unit I 401
I5 LOWER RECHNA DOAB 5




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PROJECT NO. 2 CHAJ DOAB
TUBEWELLS
Lalian Unit
The Lalian Unit of Project No. 2 consists of 137,000 acres in the east-central portion of Chaj Doab in which 163 tubewells have been constructed.
Construction and electrification of tubewells in the Lalian Unit by Ingra of Yugoslavia, under a contract whose commencement date was 27 January 1962, was completed on 1 August 1963. Construction of the pumphouses for tubewells in this unit by Malik Mohammad Hussain and Company, under a Contract dated 5 June 1963, was completed in December 1963.
Mona Unit
The Mona Unit of Project No. 2 consists of 112,000 acres in the north-central portion of Chaj Doab in which 138 tubewells have been constructed. Figure 2-102A shows the location and designations of the tubewells in the Mona Unit.
Construction of the tubewells in the Mona Unit under the terms and conditions of a contract between the Samad-Vaughn Construction Corporation and the Authority, dated 21 August 1962 has been completed by their subcontractor Geoistrazivanja.
On 3 April 1965 the Contract for the Construction of
Tubewells in the Mona Unit between the Authority and the SamadVaughn Construction Corporation was cancelled. On this date performance of the Contract was taken over by the Eastern Federal Union Insurance Company, who were sureties for the Contractor. The chief engineer of the surety has taken charge of the work in the field.
The status of the construction of tubewells in the Mona Unit is shown in Table 2-102 and figure 2-102B. The surety has completed the construction of all pumphousos and has completed the internal wiring and service mast installation. There are about 10 installations which cannot be completed until certain damaged components of the motor controls are repaired or replaced. The required components will be salvaged from certain surplus motor controls held by the Authority.
No payments have been made to the Samad-Vaughn Construction Corporation, to his surety, the Eastern Federal Union Insurance Company, nor to the Subcontractor, Geoistrazivanja, during August. The status of payments under this Contract is shown in Progress Report No. 25.
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Khadir Unit
The Khadir Unit of Project No.2 consists of 170,000 acres in the south central portion of Chaj Doab in which 216 tubewells are being constructed. The contract was awarded on the basis of 205 tubewells, but 11 additional tubewells have been sited to date. Figure 2-103A shows the locations of tubewells being constructed in the Khadir Unit.
Construction and electrification of the tubewells in the Khadir Unit is being carried out under Contract No. 2-103 by Geoistrazivanja of Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Energoinvest of Sarajevo, Yugoslavia have subcontracted for the electrification work.
The status of the construction of tubewells in the Khadir Unit is shown in Table 2-103 and in Figure 2-103B.
During August the Contractor continued construction of tubewells at a rather slow pace. The slowness of progress was primarily due to the lack of fiberglass tubewell casing, the reasons for which have been stated in previous reports. The Contractor has not yet given the guarantee for the period of 4 years against failure due to use of pipe having slots other than as specified for tubewells constructed with Micarta fiberglass pipe having wide slots.
During this report period the Engineer forwarded to the
Authority, Robert W. Hunt Company Inspection Report and Inspection Certificate No. 3057 MCA. These documents covered the inspection of 3,878.5 linear feet of 8 inch and 10 inch diameter fiberglass pipe and accessory materials. To date Inspection Reports and Inspection Certificates covering the inspection of 10,917.50 linear feet of fiberglass pipe and accessories for use on the Khadir Unit have been forwarded to the Authority.
During this report period the Engineer supervised the
inspection of 576 linear feet of 15-1/2 inch diameter steel pipe fabricated by Orient Technical Works of Lahore for Geoistrazivanja for use as pump housing casing on Khadir Unit Tubewells. To date 8,256 linear feet of 1'5-1/2 inch diameter pipe has been inspected and shipped to the project area.
The inspection of Siemens motors scheduled for use on the
Khadir Unit was started at Siemens Karachi works during this report period. The first group of 88 motors was inspected and full performance tests were completed on one motor of each type being furnished by Siemens to Geoistrazivanja for use on Khadir Unit tubewells. The Engineer has nQt yet received the tabulated results of these tests. Upon receipt oi this data an Inspection Certificate covering this work will be issued.
The manufacture of motor control cabinet assemblies scheduled for use on the Khadir Unit has been started at Siemens Karachi works but no units had been completed at the end of this report period.
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No payments were made to the Contractor during August. The status of payments made to the Contractor through the end of August for tubewell construction work in the Khadir Unit is shown in the following table :
Portion For Barter Portion In Rupees
Cost In Rupees
This Period To Date This Period To Date
Contract Earnings 0.00 777,970.05 0.00 283,674.6?
Deductions Under
Advance of Funds 0.00 777,97005 0.00 99,286.11
Net Amount Paid O.00 0.00 0.00 184,388.51
Upper Jhelum Subproject
The Upper Jhelum Subpxject consists of 623,000 acres in the upper half of Chaj Doab in which approximately 865 tubewells will be constructed. The contract was awarded on the basis of 815 tubewells, but present indications are that the number of tubewells required may approach 890. Figure 2-104A shows the locations of the tiubewells in the Upper Jhelum Subproject.
Construction of the tubewells in the Upper Jhelum Subproject is being carried out under Contract No. 2-104 by Southeastern Asia Drilling Company and their subcontractor, Harold T. Smith, Inc.
The status of tubewell construction in the Upper Jhelum Subproject is shown in Table 2-104 and Figure 2-104B.
Tubewell construction continued at a steady pace again this month. Forty-three tubewells were drilled, eased and shrouded; 43 tubewells were developed and tested; and on 28 tubewells the concrete pump pedestal and floor slab and footings were poured. All tubewells constructed during August were constructed using fiberglass tubewell casing. All phases of construction were delayed at times because of the rainy weather.
The report on the results of the testing of Siemens motors and motor control components in Germany was transmitted to the Authority.
During the month of August electric motors, electric motor control cabinets and electric meter board assemblies were inspected at Siemens Karachi works. Eighty-lne motors4 90 motor control cabinets and 535 meter board assemblies were inspected. The Engineer has not received the test sheets from Siemens. When these sheets are received Certificates of Inspection for the material will be issued.
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The Engineer has received from the Robert W. Hunt Company, and transmitted to the Authority to date, Inspection Report and Inspection Certificates 352 JJC dated 14 June 1965; 350 JJC-1088AMcK dated 27 April 19654 1079AMcK dated 5 April 1965; 1071 AMcK dated 10 February 1965; and 1060 AMcK dated 19 and 21 January 1965; and Inspection Report No. 354 JJC. These certificates and reports cover 120,287.39 linear feet of 8 inch and 10 inch diameter fiberglass pipe having .18 inch and .20 inch wall thickness and accessories such as Delrin keys connectors, reducers, adhesive kits, nnd plates, etc.
Payments made to the Contractor during August are shown in the following table :
Portion In Dollars Portion In Rupees
This Period To Date This Period To Date
Contract Earnings 277,171.30 933,866.43 360,199.34 1,446,716.71
Deductions Under
Advance of Funds 138,585.65 465,172.56 180,099.67 690,001.29
Net Amount Paid 138,585.65 468,693.87 180,099.67 756,715.42
Lower Jhelum Subproject
The Lower Jhelum Subproject of Project No.2 consists of
623,000 acres in the lower half of Chaj Doab in which it is planned to construct approximately 760 tubewells.
No date has yet been established for calling for tenders on Contract No. 2-107 for construction of the tubewells in the Lower Jhelum Subproject. Prequalification of contractors for this contract has been reopened. The prequalification questionnaire and project synopsis have been approved by the AID office in Lahore. Contractors presently prequalified may update their data, indicate that they are no longer interested in prequalifying or accept prequalification under the previously submitted data. All contractors who were previously contracted have been notified that prequalification has again been opened. New notices of prequalification have been published as required by AID regulations.
ELECTRIFICATION
Lalian Unit
Electrification of the Lalian tubewells was completed by Ingra in 1963 as part of the Contract covering construction of tubewells.
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Mona Unit
Electrification of the Mona tubewells is being accomplished
by the Electricity Department of WAPDA. The status of electrification of the Mona tubewells is shown on Figures 2-103C and 2-103D.
The construction of substations and 11 KV distribution lines was completed by the WAPDA Electricity Department in July. The service drop was installed at 28 tubewells during August, bringing the total number of service drops installed to 128. Ten service drops remain to be installed. It is anticipated that this work will be completed during September.
Upper Jhelum Subproject
Electrification of tubewells in the Upper Jhelum Subproject will be carried out under a separate contract with the engineering and supervision of construction being performed by Commonwealth Associates. Figures 2-104C and 2-i04D indicate the construction schedules as proposed by Commonwealth in December 1964 and as revised in August 1965.
Tender Documents for the 132 KV transmission lines are largely completed and are expected to be issued early in September. Tower designs have been selected, and economic conductor size and material have been determined. Plans and profiles to be issued with the Tender Documents are complete.
Strip maps showing routes for the 132 KV transmission lines have been prepared. Following final inspection of routes now under way, these maps are expected to be submitted to WAPDA for approval by September 10.
Double-circuit, steel towers with single circuit installed have been approved by ;v;D:'s General Consultarts, Harza Engineering Company, International, for the SCARP-2A Project. In view of the small, 10 percent, additional cost of double-circuit towers over single-circuit towers, it was considered desirable to build double-circuit towers with single circuit installed on the 60 mile, SCARP-2A portion of the line.
Final revision of the Tender Documents for Substation
construction as requested by AID and WAPDA has been made and the revised Tender Documents are expected to be issued early in September.
Site locations for the Helan and Busal Substations have
been selected and surveyed, and plot-plan drawings have been prepared. Following completion of final field check, substation site-location drawings will be submitted to WAPDA for approval.
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In accordance with procedures established by the United States Agency for International Development (AID) under the Loan Agreement for the SCARP-2A Project, WAPDA submitted the proposed Tender Documents for 11 KV distribution line construction with their comments to AID. Conferences were then held between AID and Commonwealth in AID's Karachi offices which necessitated making changes to the Tender Document in addition to those previously made by WAPDA. In view of these revisions, it was necessary to revise the Tender Documents and to have them rebound instead of issuing an addendum. This revision is currently in progress. It is expected that the revised Tender Documents will be furnished to WAPDA on or before September 11.
The tabulations summarizing Commonwealth's evaluation of bids
which were transmitted to WAPDA by letter of July 21, 1965, recommending the supplier for the 12/16/Fut2O-Mva transformers for the proposed Helan and Busal Substations as well as for the 5.0/6.25 Mva transformer to be installed at the present main grid station at Gujrat7 were revised to show values corresponding to the total quantity of each bid item instead of unit quantities. The revision, which was forwarded to WAPDA in August 26, did not affect Commonwealthts original recommendations of July 21. Request for a Letter of Commitment to cover the value of the transformers was made to AID on August 9.
Evaluation of the proposals from four Pakistani manufaoturers for the supply of the 825 11/0.4 KV distribution transformers required for the SCARP-2A Project was made, and a letter of recommendation, including recommended delivery schedule, was transmitted to WAPDA.
To coordinate with the completion of tubewells in the eastern
portion of the Chaj Doab area, Commonwealth has completed 70 percent of the survey work necessary for the routing of the two 11-KV distribution circuits to be supplied from WAPDA's 132-KV main grid station at Gujrat. Route maps are being prepared and upon completion will be submitted to WAPDA for approval.
WAPDA has advised their Land Acquisition Officer to assign a right-of-way man to the SCARP-2A Project to obtain rights of way and easements and, where necessary, to arrange compensation for crop damage.
Field trips were made by the Distribution Engineer during
August to the Gujrat Main Grid Station and to the Rasul Hydro Plant Substation to obtain further detailed information in regard to a temporary power supply for the 11 KV circuits for tubewells that have been, or are expected to be completed within the next few months in the Gujrat and Dinga areas.
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This investigation included (1) collection of load information on present circuits, (2) survey of existing power transformer capabilities, (3) determination of available circuit connections and their capabilities, (4) study of what changes would be necessary in the proposed 11-KV circuits of the SCARP-2A Project to adapt them to temporary supply of power at their far end, and (5) how the proposed circuits would correlate with existing 11 KV circuits.
In the case of distribution transformers manufactured in
Pakistan which WAPDA proposes to purchase, Commonwealth recommended that 75 KVA transformers be purchased instead of 100 KVA transformers that normally would be supplied because the additional transformer capacity is not needed to supply 60 horsepower motors and a saving of over $10,000 in investment cost, as well as a considerable saving in annual cost of energy losses, could be effected.
With respect to the number and range of 11 KV, no load
taps to raise or lower the utilization voltage, Commonwealth advised that the recommendations of WAPDAts Standards Committee, namely, two 2-1/2 percent taps above and two 2-1/2 percent taps below the 11 KV nominal voltage would be satisfactory. However, it is recognized that in view of the present operating practice of holding the substation bus voltage at nominal or a little below nominal, there may be some advantage in purchasing distribution transformers with one 2-1/2 percent tap above nominal and three 2-1/2 percent taps below, which is in accordance with transformers previously purchased for other projects.
Charts showing both U.S. dollar and Pakistan rupee expenditures for the SCARP-2A Project will be included in future monthly progress reports on a quarterly basis beginning with the October report. The initial chart will be for the first quarter of Fiscal Year 1965-1966.
Revised construction schedules of the electrification project have been submitted ulich advance the construction completion date to March 15, 1967.
Khadir Unit
Electrification of the Khadir tubewells is being carried out
by Energoinvest under a subcontract with Geoistrazivanja. Engineering and supervision of construction are being performed by the Electricity Department of WAPDA. The status of electrification of the Khadir tubewells as reported to the Engineer to date is shown on Figures 2-103C and 2-103D.
On 1 July the construction of all 11 KV transmission line was reported by Energoinvest to have been completed. One hundred eighty three 11/0,4 KV transformers have been installed through the end of August. The work on the construction of substations has been started.
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It would appear that, in view of the fact that only 59 tubewells have been constructed and developed and tested by the Tubewell Contractor, the Electrification Contractor"'s statement with respect to completion of the 11 KV distribution lines, may require future adjustment.
SURFACE DRAINAGE
Chot and Rukan Drains
The Chot Drain, consisting of 11 miles of enlarged drainage
channel and 29 structures; and the Rukan Drain, consisting of 8 miles of new drainage channel and 31 structures, are located in the Upper Jhelum Subproject in the north-central portion of Chaj Doab. The location and status of construction of the Chot and Rukan Drains are shown in Figure 2-200.
The excavation of the Chot and Rukan Drains will be carried out by the MPO under the terms and conditions of Contract No.2-201 which was executed on 29 April 1965. It is estimated that there is to be a total excavation of approximately 16,300,000 cubic feet of material under the terms and conditions of this Contract. During this report period it is estimated that approximately 471,000 cubic feet of material was excavated. To date a total of 2,358,000 cubic feet of material is estimated to have been excavated. This is approximately 14.4 percent of the estimated total excavation to be done. The excavation has been from RD 0+000 to about RD 20+000 an the Chot Drain and from RD 0+000 to RD 4+450 on the Rukan Drain.
Contract No. 2-203 for the construction of 57 structures on the Chot and Rukan Drains was awarded to Sultan Khan Khattak and Company of Peshawar on 6 March. The Contract called for completion of the structures within 450 days of the Date of Contract. The Contractor was considerably behind schedule and indicated an inability to cope with conditions at site. On 21 August 1965 the Authority sent a letter of Contract cancellation to Sultan Khan Khattak and Company listing lack of progress as the primary reason for cancellation. At the end of the report period the Contractor had not removed the cause for cancellation. The date of cancellation will be 60 days after receipt of the letter of cancellation by the Contractor.
At the time of cancellation of the Contract the Contractor had completed less than one-half of one percent of the work while approximately 37 percent of the contract time had elapsed.
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TABLE 2-102
CONSTRUCTION PERSONNEL
Contractor Expatriates Paki s tani Total
Geoistrazivanja 1 6 7
Samad-Vaughn Corporation 0 15 15
(E. F. U. Insurance Co.)
CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS (SEE FIGURE 28)
This Total
Description Period To Date
Tubewell sites located in the field Completed 138
Tubewells constructed Completed 138
Tubewells developed and tested Completed 138
Concrete pump pedestals and slabs constructed Completed 138
Equipment installed (pumps, motors and motor controls) Completed 138
Pumphouses and discharge boxes constructed Completed 138
Tubewell installations accepted 24 88
MISCELLANEOUS r
Eastern Federal Union Insurance Co. (bond company for Samad-Vaughn) took over pumphouse construction work with effect from 3 April, 1965 when Samad-Vaughn's Contract was terminated.
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Harold T. Smith, Inc. 11 504 515
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PROJECT NO. 3 LOWER THAL DOAB
TUBEWELLS
Kot Adu Unit
The Kot Adu Unit of Project No, 3 consists of 400,000 acres in the northwest portion of Lower Thal Doab. It is planned to construct approximately 475 tubewells in this area.
No date has yet been established for the calling of tenders for Contract No. 3-106 for the construction of the tubewells in the Kot Adu Unit. Applications for prequalification were due from contractors interested in the work on March 15. Applications were received from 13 firms located in 5 countries. Evaluation of the prequalification applications and data by the Engineer was completed and the Engineer's recommendations were forwarded to the Authority. Since it appears that there may be some delay in calling for tenders for this work, the deadline for submission of prequalification data has not been strictly adhered to.
A draft copy of the proposed Contract Documents has been sent to Kreditanstalt for their comments.
Alipur Unit
The Alipur Unit consists of approximately 400,000 acres in the lower end of Lower Thal Doab. The unit is bounded on the west by the Indus River and on the east by the Panjnad and Chenab rivers. The northern boundry runs approximately west from the village of Kinjar Khas to the Indus River and southeast from Kinjar Khan to the Chenab river. In this area the Authority will construct approximately 500 tubewells.
At the end of this report period the Authority; Geoistrazivana, the tubewell construction contractor; and Energoinvest, the electrical construction contractor had agreed to the terms and conditions of the third draft of the proposed Contract Agreement.. This Contract Agreement was based upon the Letter of Intent dated 30 June 1965.
The tubewell construction contractor began construction of his field base camp in the Alipur Unit area in late July. At the end of this report period the camp was about 70 percent complete. Tubewell siting work has been started in the Alipur Unit.
SURFACE DRAINAGE
Kot Adu Main Drain
The Kot Adu Main Drain, consisting of approximately 26 miles of existing drainage channel which is to be enlarged and 72 new structures which are to be constructed, is located in the Kot Adu Unit in the northwest portion of Lower Thal Doab, Project No.3. The location and status of construction of the Kot Adu Main Drain is shown in Figure 3-200.
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The excavation of the Kot Adu Main Drain from RD 0+000 to RD 88+008 is being carried out under Contract No. 3-205 by the Machinery Pool Organization (MPO) of WAPDA. This Contract originally called for excavation of the drain to RD 130+000, but it has been decided to let the reach of the drain from RD 88+008 to beyond RD 130+000 be constructed by another Contractor. This change has reduced the quantity Of excavation to be done by the MPO from an estimated 40,000,000 cubic feet to an estimated 30,800,000 cubic feet. During this report period it is estimated that approximately 2,000,000 cubic feet of material was excavated by the MPO, bringing total excavation to date to 15,500,000 cubic feet. It has been reported that the MPO has excavated from the outfall to RD 60 on the Kot Adu Main Drain and has excavated to section from the outfall to RD 45. This excavation work is approximately 50 percent complete, using the revised total quantity of excavation of 30,800,000 cubic feet.
The MPO is using 8 draglines, supported by I crawler tractor, I heavy truck, 2 light vehicles and 1 mobile workshop truck to execute this work.
Contract No. 3-204 for the construction of structures on the first 16.6 miles of the Kot Adu Main Drain was executed between the Authority and the firm Engineering Services of Lahore on 24 Apwl. 196%. The tender price for this work was Rs725,220.00. There are 44 structures to be constructed under the terms and conditions of this Contract. The Contractor has started construction at 9 of these structures. Four percent of the work required under the Contract has been done while 25 percent of the time of contract has expired.
A Tender Notice for Contract No. 3-210, Construction of Excavation and Structures for Kot Adu Main Drain RD 88+oO8 to RD 138+150 was placed in a local newspaper, The Pakistan Times, on
6 August 1965. The opening date for Tenders is scheduled for 4 September 1965. At the end of this report period 6 sets of Tender Documents had been sold to prospective bidders. This Contract is for the remaining 10 miles of the Kot Adu Main Drain.
The Contract will provide for the construction of 28
structures and the excavation of an estimated 9,200,000 cubic feet of material from approximately 50,000 feet of reach of the drain in a period of 365 days.
Budh Branch Drain
The Budh Branch Drain, consisting of 17 miles of new drainage channel and 24 structures, is a branch of the Kot Adu Main Drain and is located in the Kot Adu Unit of Project No.3 in the northwest portion of Lower Thal Doab. The location and status of construotion of the Budh Branch Drain is shown in Figure 3-200.
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Contract No. 3-207 for the excavation of Budh Branch Drain
and for the construction of structures thereon, was executed between the Authority and the firm "Desert Cat" of Lahore on 26 April 1965. The tender price for this work was Rs 693,905.00. There is estimated to be 12,600,000 cubic feet of material to be excavated and 24 structures to be built under the terms and conditions of this Contract. The Contractor has been hampered by their being no outfall from Budh Branch Drain into Kot Adu Main Drain because the MPO has not yet excavated up to RD 87 on Kot Adu Main Drain. During this period the Contractor is estimated to have excavated approximately 790,000 cubic yards of material. The total volume of material excavated by the Contractor to date is 1,540,000 cubic feet. The Contractor has not yet started work on structures. The excavation work is approximately 12 percent complete.
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PROJECT NO. 4 UPPER RECHNA DOAB
TUBEWELLS
Marala-Ravi Unit
The Marala-Ravi Unit consists of approximately 178,000 acres in the Project No.4 area of the Upper Rechna Doab between the BR.B.D. and the Marala-Ravi Link Canals. The Authority will construct approximately 300 tubewells in this area.
On 30 June Contract No. 4-105 for the construction and
electrification of approximately 300 tubewells in the Marala-Ravi Unit of Project No.4 was executed. The estimated cost of tubewell construction by Geoistrazivanja was Equivalent Rupees 15,116,536 ($3,175,743) and the estimated cost of unit electrification by Energoinvest was Eq. Rs 10,019,486 ($2,104,934). The total cost for both unit electrification and tubewell construction is estimated to be Eq.Rs25,136,022 ($5,280,677). Energoinvest and Geoistrazivanja posted the required Fidelity Bonds and advances were made to them as required by the Contract Documents. No construction work has begun.
Siting work has been started in the Marala-Ravi Unit.
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