January 2017 (original scope completed)
The project comprised the Construction Supervision of the South Section – Pinnaduwa to Godagama (30.25 kms) 4-lane standards including pavement works in Galle Port Access Road of length 5 kms. The project is to widen and complete the construction work of the partially completed South Section of the Southern Expressway from 2-lane standards to 4-lane standards
The Project was for rehabilitating and improving approximately 15% of the C, D, & E class roads and bridges in the North Western, North Central, Uva and Western Provinces of Sri Lanka.
The project was to rehabilitate around 300 km of secondary roads (Class C, D & E) and rehabilitate/reconstruct dilapidated bridges on the selected roads in Central and Sabaragamuwa Provinces.
The project was to undertake a comprehensive Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design of improving 2400 km of C, D, & E class roads and 350 km of A & B roads in the country. Apart from the above roads, 350 km of A & B class roads and additional roads in Jaffna were added to the Contract as variations.
The project was to enhance the tourism industry in four major tourist destinations of Negombo, Sigiriya, Anuradhapura and Nuwara Eliya.
The project consisted of two main components; Flood & Drainage Management and Urban Development and Infrastructure Rehabilitation for Metro Colombo Local Authorities and Implementation.
The Project was for the contract administration and construction supervision of 151 km of secondary roads (Class C & D), construction of associated bridges and major drainage work in the Eastern Province (Trincomalee and Batticaloa).
The project was to rehabilitate and upgrade 365 km of secondary roads (Class C& D), construction of associated bridges and major drainage work in the Central Province (Kandy, Matale, and Nuwara Eliya Districts) and Sabaragamuwa Province (Ratnapura and Kegalle Districts).
The project was to upgrade 9 selected Class A and B roads of 138.39 km length in Matale, Kandy, Trincomalee, Kegalle, Gampaha and Kurunegala.
The project focused on three districts: Galle, Matara and Hambantota. Access roads connecting 150 GND’s: 65 GND’s in Galle, 45 in Matara and 40 in Hambantota have been selected based on existing road condition and development needs. A total of 1,186 rural and 14 national roads will be upgraded with a total length of 586 km and 113.8 km respectively.
The project was to rehabilitate and improve 5 roads totalling 117.5 km including 95 km in the NCP and 49.88 km in the NP.
The project was to improve the connectivity between the southern expressway network and the local transport network in the Western Province of Sri Lanka. The total length of the road sections to be improved span 31.3 km. Additionally, road section of 1.9 km of Ambatale to CINEC Junction was added in August 2017.
The project was to improve the Katugastota Madawala Section of Katugastota Madawala Bamarella Road, Madawala Digana Road and Dharmashoka Mawatha having a total 17.75 km for the rehabilitation. Katugastota Madawala Section of Katugastota Madawala Bamarella Road and Madawala Digana Road was terminated in September 2017 as per the request by the contractor.
Section 3 of Outer Circular Highway (OCH-3) from Kadawatha to Kerawelapitiya is 9.6 km long and will have four lanes with interchanges in Kadawatha and Kerawalapitiya.
The project was to rehabilitate 60 km from Badulla to Bibile has been divided to three equal sections as from to Passara (20 km), From Passara To Lunugala (21 km) and From Lunugala to Bibile (19 km).