Synonyms for nespak or Related words with nespak

sabbour              descon              eduljee              buksh              systra              arup              cdgl              fazle              peerbhoy              khorakiwala              adamjee              farokh              carillion              alhaz              ispahani              laghari              dinyar              lalabhai              obaidul              rafindadi              interserve              cebarco              saigol              galfar              ibtesham              jivraj              hafeez              arabtec              chhotalal              hamidul              haroon              shapoorji              choudrey              sadiq              shaarani              iftikhar              akitek              hassanally              buildcon              jillani              ashghal              irsme              aecom              duffadar              konsultan              mozammel              mahbub              sangstha              kamaruzzaman              baharuddin             

Examples of "nespak"
Resource Person on City of Lahore Management Programme (sponsored by ADB and NESPAK).
Parvez served Nespak for nearly 30 years and rose to the positions of general manager, Vice President and retired as managing director and President, Nespak in 2005. His hallmark was setting up of Overseas Offices in Saudi Arabia and Gulf Countries and acquiring and implementing colossal projects within Pakistan and abroad in all branches of engineering. In this process he was instrumental in foreign exchange earnings for his country. During his tenure as managing director, he broke the records of Nespak and obtained the highest ever business for Nespak.
The dam was constructed under supervision of FATA Development Authority. For construction supervision the services of NESPAK were hired.
He firstly joined NESPAK and was retired from Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Defence, POFs Board, Wah Cantt.
The Jinnah Terminal was completed in 1992 at a cost of US $100 million – at the time the most expensive civil construction project in Pakistan. NESPAK (National Engineering Services Pakistan) and Airconsult (Frankfurt, Germany) were responsible for the architecture and planning of the terminal. Sogea Construction, a French company, was the contractor. Mukhtar Husain and Abdul Malik (NESPAK) were the Chief Engineers for the new terminal.
The development includes a three story shopping mall including a 150,000 sqft. Carrefour , six story office tower and a 267 room four-star hotel. The project is owned by Dubai based Al Ghurair Giga Group and is contracted to NESPAK.
The contract was given to NESPAK group of engineers at a cost of Rs 130 million and the interchange was completed in January 1998, making it the first modern cloverleaf interchange in Pakistan.
Construction of the Project was monitored by Owner’s Engineer consisting of joint venture of Montgomery Watson Harza (“MWH”) and National Engineering Services of Pakistan (“NESPAK”) while Mott MacDonald of UK are the Technical Advisors to the Financiers and were responsible for construction and environmental monitoring on their behalf.
ISE Towers were designed by NESPAK Pvt. Ltd. and the contractors were Habib Rafiq Pvt. Ltd. The construction started in early 2006 and the Towers were completed in April 2009. It was inaugurated by Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on 31 July 2009.
Even-though the development sold out in 2008, it has faced significant delay's, initially due to the liquidity crisis faced by Emaar Properties following the 2008 financial crisis. Later, due to a legal battle with DHA Ltd for allegedly for breach of contract. The construction resumed in mid-2015 and is contracted to NESPAK.
"'Amjad Parvez () (born 28 March 1945) is an educationist, engineer and he is also writer, singer and musician. He has served as chief engineer, general manager, and vice president of many divisions and managing director of "Nespak." He received "Gold Medal" in 1977 and Pride of Performance in 2000 for his music achievements.
The National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK) has been providing consultancy services to the Karachi Nuclear Power Complex for the replacement of the aging circuit breakers and protective relays of the 132 kV double circuit transmission line that links the complex with the Karachi Electric Supply Corporation network at Baldia grid station. The old bulk oil circuit breakers and electromechanical protective relays have been replaced with the latest SF circuit breakers and modern numerical line protection devices.
After retirement from Nespak on reaching superannuation, Parvez joined as professor at UET responsible for teaching and research at graduate and post-graduate levels in its Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Department. He also set up a consulting company for UET namely Engineering Services UET Pakistan Limited (ESUPAK). In 2011 he joined University of Lahore (UOL) and Head of Mechanical Engineering Department. He is a visiting faculty member in Ucest at Lahore Leads University.
Unlike the PARR-I and PARR-II the "New Labs" is not subject to IAEA inspections. and is completely different from its parent reactors. It is a plutonium-fuel reprocessing plant and works as a pilot Pu reprocessing facility with a capability to use the ~7% Pu, to handle the isotopes and use the Kr emissions and radiation. It is also a reprocessing plant to change <~7% Pu into <~7% weapon-grade Pu fuel. New Labs were designed and constructed indigenously by Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) under its chairman Munir Ahmad Khan whereas it project-director was a mechanical engineer, Chaudhry Abdul Majeed. The construction of the facility was led by NESPAK.
Stand-alone 132 kV current transformers have been provided for protection and metering functions as substitute for the bushing current transformers in the bulk oil circuit breakers. KNPC and NESPAK engineers worked closely in devising a discriminative protection scheme and its integration into the complex systems of the nuclear power plant. Both circuits of KANUPP-Baldia double circuit lines have been re-energised with the new equipment. Performance indicators have since validated the intended objectives of the project vis-a-vis discriminative functioning of the protection system against disturbances in KESC power system for stable operation of KANUPP.
The construction of Jinnah Hospital is funded by Pakistan. It is part of a series of aid and development projects in Afghanistan valued up to $500 million, under the Pakistan Technical Assistance Programme. The project was approved by the Planning Commission at a cost of $18 million, and the contract was signed in March 2007. The hospital's foundation stone was laid on 10 October 2007. Jinnah Hospital's design and construction services were undertaken by NESPAK and the National Logistics Cell. Around 25 acres of land for the medical complex were reserved by the Afghan government in District 13 of Kabul.
A link road for Daska is also proposed for Sialkot Lahore Motorway. The proposed motorway will start from the Mehmood Booti side of the Lahore ringroad and will end near Sambrial on the Sialkot-Wazirabad road. On the way, it will serve the cities and towns of Kala Khatai, Muridke, Narowal, Gujranwala, Eminabad, Pasrur, DASKA, Sambrial and Wazirabad. A link to Motorway M-2 near Kala Shah Kaku is also proposed to connect it to the network of motorways. The project will be completed within 30 months. The big consulting company of Pakistan NESPAK (national engineering services Pakistan) made its design and gave hope that this company would also supervise road construction. Length of this motorway is about 85 km. Daska is a well known for its light agriculture machinery and automotive spare parts,
The PNS "Karsaz" is the largest and most organised technical and naval combat training establishment of the Navy. The "Karsaz" has the privilege to host many heads of states since its commissioning. "Karsaz" served as a mother unit who gave birth to Naval Air Station Mehran, the Navy Engineering College, PNS "Bahadur", and other Navy units and naval bases in that area. The unit celebrated its golden jubilee in 2003 under the command of Commodore M. Bashir. Chaudhry. The PNS "Karsaz" also houses one of the most modern Special Children School which was built at the cost of Rs. 88.00 Millions during 2003–05. Cdre M. Bashir Chaudhry who was the commandant "Karsaz" during this period was the force behind this project who collected the funds through philanthropists, got the school designed through NESPAK and finally constructed & put it into operation. The Rangoon Vala Trust (RVT) contributed the most in the funding of this school and other Navy sponsored programmes.
The Communication & Works Department, Project Management Unit, Government of the Punjab awarded the project “Lahore Ring Road Southern Loop Feasibility Study and Selection of Route” to NESPAK in December 2007. Thos project was awarded to NLC on February 2009. NLC further sub contraced the first phase of Ring Road (Package 4, Saggian Interchange) to Habib Construction Services. HCS completed this phase on May 2009. The scope of work includes a route alignment study, traffic study, environmental impact assessment, project cost estimates, as well as an economic and financial evaluation. The work on the Southern Loop was going to start in 2010, but due to funding problems was delayed once again, and is now expected to start in 2011; probably by the China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC). As of 2010 30% of the work on the first phase of the road, from Niazi Chowk to Bund Road, which consists of 43 kilometres of new road, was nearing completion. Work on the Southern Loop was set to begin in 2010 but was once again delayed until 2011. Subsequently, this was approved once again in 2016 and the construction of Souther Loop began Aungust 2016 and is currently in progress. The expected completion announced by the Government is August 2017.
The initial feasibility study of the Munda Dam Project was completed in March 2000. Subsequently, Pakistan's Ministry of Water & Power awarded a review of the initial feasibility study to an American firm, AMZO LLC, which submitted a revised feasibility study to the Private Power Infrastructure Board (PPIB). The Ministry of Water & Power reassigned the project to Pakistan's Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) for carrying out detailed engineering design and construction of the project. Revised Project Cost (PC-II) amounting to Rs. 648.324 million was approved by CDWP subject to availability of foreign funding. Expression of Interest (EOI) for shortlisting of consultants for detailed engineering design and preparation of tender documents were received on 23 November 2010. Nine firms/joint ventures (JVs) submitted EOI documents out of which five firms/JVs were shortlisted and RFP issued to shortlisted firms. Technical and financial proposals from shortlisted firms for detailed engineering design and preparation of tender documents were invited on 6 July 2011. A consortium of consulting firms comprising (i) SMEC(Australia), (ii) NK (Japan) and (iii) NESPAK-ACE-BAK (Pakistan) were finalized as the detailed engineering design consultants for the project in August 2011. Currently, the dam is in final detailed design.