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Technical Proposal
Madinat Al Shamal Ras Laffan Al Ghuwairyia

Al KHOR

UM SLAL Ali

Arabian Gulf

Al Shahaniyah

DOHA

FCEC UIProjects JV RFP#: MRRD/WatSan/065/SMN/86 Technical Assistance to the Government Authorities in area of Water Supply Program-producing of Design Packages for Samangan Water Supply System Date: November 25, 2007

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
a. : Technical Proposal Submission Form........................................................................................ 3 b. FCEC UIProjectss JV Organization and Experience...................................................................4 1. FCEC UIProjects Oraganization...................................................................................................... 4 2. FCEC UIProjects JVs Experience................................................................................................... 4 c. Comments and Suggestions on the TOR...................................................................................13 d. Approach, Methodology and Work Plan.....................................................................................14 i. Work Plan................................................................................................................................. 14 b. Preliminary Survey.................................................................................................................. 14 c. Preliminary Design.................................................................................................................. 14 d. Option Studies........................................................................................................................ 14 e. Detailed Survey....................................................................................................................... 15 f. Water Network Design............................................................................................................. 15 g. Water Network Design............................................................................................................ 15 h. Bid Documents and Final Report............................................................................................ 15 i. Organization and Staffing......................................................................................................... 15 e. Team Composition and Task Assignments................................................................................16 f. Proposed Professional Staffs CVs..............................................................................................17 1993, 1995, 1997, Pakistan: Visit of industrial and Construct Projects......................................27 1998, Turkmenistan: Visit of Gas and Petroleum Projects.........................................................27 g. Staffing Schedule....................................................................................................................... 33 i. Work Schedule ........................................................................................................................... 34

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a. : Technical Proposal Submission Form Dear Sirs, We, the undersigned, offer to provide the consulting services for Technical Assistance to the Government Authorities in area of Water Supply Program-producing of Design Packages for Samangan Water Supply System in accordance with your Request for Proposal dated _____________ and our Proposal. We are hereby submitting our Proposal, which includes this Technical Proposal, and a Financial Proposal sealed under a separate envelope. We are submitting our Proposal in association with: non other then our own force from the two JV partners companies. We hereby declare that all the information and statements made in this Proposal are true and accept that any misinterpretation contained in it may lead to our disqualification. If negotiations are held during the period of validity of the Proposal, i.e., before the date indicated in Paragraph Reference 6.1 of the Data Sheet, we undertake to negotiate on the bases of the proposed staff. Our Proposal is binding upon us and the subject to the modifications resulting from Contract Negotiations. We undertake, if our Proposal is accepted, to initiate the consulting services related to the assignment not later then the date indicated in Paragraph Reference 7.1 of the Data Sheet. We understand you are not bound to accept any Proposal you receive.

We remain, Yours sincerely,

Authorized Signature [In full and initials]: ________________________________ Name and title of Signatory: Name of Firm: Mazin Khalid Sadiq FCEC UIProjects Joint Venture

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b. FCEC UIProjectss JV Organization and Experience

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FCEC UIProjects Oraganization

FCEC UIProjects JV brings six years of exceptional experience in the volatile Afghanistan environment. We have provided safe drinking water and sanitation services all throughout Afghanistan. We have successfully turned over tens of water supply networks. Our experience in water and sanitation development is highlighted in our experience sheets. Our professional staff is fully qualified and experienced to deliver the Design Packages for the Samangan Water Supply System. We are not new to contracting in Afghanistan. Our partners have been operating as an NGO for the last ten years. We have a track record on $240 million worth of Afghanistan Design/Build projects. Our 99% Afghan team Our Afghanistan success stories on this $240 million portfolio are attributable to our ability to address Afghanistan unique challenges. We have outperformed most other contractors in delivering timely, economical and quality work.

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FCEC UIProjects JVs Experience


Experience sheets are attached.

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CONSULTANTS EXPERIENCE Assignment Name: Ras Laffan Water Transmission Line and Pumping Station , Country: Qatar Location within country: Doha Name of Client: KAHRAMAA/Nimal Co Address: KAHRAMAA/Nimal Co Mr Abdul Aziz Nimal Start date (month/year): June 2002 Completion Date (month/year): Jan 2003 Name of associated Consultants, if any: Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH) UK

PROJECT SHEET #1 Approx. value of the contract (in current US$ or Euro): US $ 100 million Duration of assignment (months): Completed Ian 2003 Total No of staff-months of the assignment: 18 man-months Approx. value of the services provided by your firm under the contract (in current US $ or Euro): US $ 120,000 No. of professional staff-months associated Consultants: 8 man-months provided by

Name of senior professional staff of your firm involved and functions performed (indicate most significant profiles such as Project Director/Coordinator, Team Leader): Project Director; Mazin Khalid Sadiq

Narrative description of Project: Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) signed with AES to build a 750 MW and 40 MIGD Independent Water and Power Project (IWPP) at the industrial Ras Laffan City (RLC). AES expected the Ras Laffan $720 million IWPP to be fully operational by May 2004. KAHRAMAA needed to build a transmission system to deliver this take or pay 40 MIGD to several population centers in Qatar by September 2003. The project involved the construction of a transmission line from the industrial Ras Laffan City (RLC) pumping station to nine waterworks sites in north Qatar and around Doha as shown here. A booster station was to be located at an intermediate location to boost the water pressure along the pipelines.

Ras Laffan IWPP

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Technical Proposal Page 6 of 34 Description of actual services provided by your staff within the assignment: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Transmission pipelines (177.275 km of 250-1200 mm ductile iron) Six booster pumps (500 lit/sec each at 125 m head at Al Khor) PLC system for the booster pump station Surge system at the RLC and the booster pumping stations Standby generation (2x1280 kW, 3 phase 11 kV/50 HZ) Fiber-optic cables (24 single mode fibers) along the route plus two sites.

We hired Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH) to conduct the preliminary design of the pipeline, booster pumps and surge system. We surveyed the pipeline route, conducted geotechnical investigations, and deterimined all the needed factors for the design. We lead design and estimating teams to provide Nimal Co. with all the needed technical and financial information needed to provide a fixed price design/build proposal. The effort involved detailed modeling of the pipeline and pumping station to determine the surge systm requirements. Although there was limited data available to conduct a proper surge analysis, MWH used the tender data to predict the probable operational scenarios of the pipeline. This preliminary analysis using the TransAM surge analysis software package (version 9.3b) recommended that surge alleviation is implemented to prevent sub-atmospheric pressures in the pipeline, which should satisfy as well the design criteria for maximum hydraulic working pressures. The final deliverables were the design, drawings, bill of quantities, and detailed price breakdown.

Madinat Al Shamal

Ras Laffan

Al Ghuwairyia

Al KHOR

UM SLAL Ali

Arabian Gulf

Al Shahaniyah

DOHA

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CONSULTANTS EXPERIENCE

PROJECT SHEET #2

Assignment Name: KAIA Airport Water Network Project Country: Afghanistan Location within country: Kabul Name of Client: ISAF/NATO,Kabul International Airport Address: ISAF/NATO KAIA Eng Kabul, Afghanistan Start date (month/year): June 2004 Completion Date (month/year):Jan 2005 Name of associated Consultants, if any: None

Approx. value of the contract (in current US$ or Euro): US $ 0.6 million Duration of assignment (months): 6 months Total No of staff-months of the assignment: 14 man-months Approx. value of the services provided by your firm under the contract (in current US $ or Euro): US $ 0.1 million No. of professional staff-months provided by associated Consultants: Non Name of senior professional staff of your firm involved and functions performed (indicate most significant profiles such as Project Director/Coordinator, Team Leader): Project Director: Mazin Khalid Sadiq Design Team Leader: Mohammed Abu Seer Water Network Designer: Salim Rahimi Software Analysis: Wail Sadiq Mechanical Engineer: Asmat Sharify Electrical Engineer: Nabihallah Naziri

Narrative description of Project:


This involved the design and construction of this water network project inside the ISAF/NATO congested camp in the airport. There was 3 km of pipes and 2 pumping stations. Each pumping station had 100 m3 water tanks, chlorination system, and two sets of small water supply pumps and two sets of large fire pumps. The system was designed to be phased in, while the old network can operate until the full new system was operational.
NATO Kabul Airport Water Network

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Description of actual services provided by your staff within the assignment:


The work provided consisted of design and construction of 3 km of Pipelines, manholes, pumps, tanks, and chlorination system. The following is an outline of the design effort on this project. 1. 2. 3. We identified and analyzed demand patterns and daily rates for each customer type. The network pipes and nodes were entered with relevant friction and loss coefficients for pipes, fittings, valves, and hydrants. Each node had elevation and demand data. The pump curves were entered based on manufacturer literature

The computer model allowed us to study the result of the different runs aimed at optimizing the system. The goal was to select the right pump for fire flow, and regular flow, with pressure not dropping below 1.5 bar at any point in the network, or exceed 2/3 of the rated pipe pressure. In addition the runs assumed only one set of pumps are working, while the other is being maintained

CONSULTANTS EXPERIENCE

PROJECT SHEET #3

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Technical Proposal Page 9 of 34 Assignment Name: FY06 ANP Program; Various Locations, Afghanistan Country: Afghanistan Location within country: Various Locations Name of Client: US Corps of Engineers, Afghanistan Engineers District Address: Qala House, Kabul Afghanistan; tel.: 540 665 1186 Start date (month/year): July 2007 Completion Date (month/year): Project is Ongoing, Forecast: 17 March 2008 Name of associated Consultants, if any: Mashal Engineering; Soil and Hydrology Approx. value of the contract (in current US$ or Euro): US $ 85 Million Duration of assignment (months): 24 months Total No of staff-months of the assignment: 98 man-months Approx. value of the services provided by your firm under the contract (in current US $ or Euro): US $ 85 Million No. of professional staff-months provided by associated Consultants: 16 man-months Name of senior professional staff of your firm involved and functions performed (indicate most significant profiles such as Project Director/Coordinator, Team Leader): Project Director: Mazin Khalid Sadiq Project Coordinator: Marshall Perry Senior Architect: Aashiqullah Fariad Hydro-Geological: Mohammed Bashir Mashal

Narrative description of Project: Total project contract value is $85 million and covers several design/build of Border Police Facilities, Standby Police Facilities, and Uniformed Police Facilities at various locations throughout Afghanistan, complete with water network consisting of well, pump house, water pipelines, and service connections for all buildings in each compound. This project is defined as the management, design, material, labor, and equipment, to design and construct and/or refurbish all utilities, water networks, roads, buildings, force protection measures, site security, de-mining activities, and other features. The facility has barracks, toilets, DFAC, offices, arms rooms, and holding cells. Total built-up area is over 100,000 m2.

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Description of actual services provided by your staff within the assignment: The projects were treated as one group with AED weekly progress meetings covering all of these FY06 projects. One example of these projects is the $23 million project in Lashkar Gah. After the completion of 65% design, COE suspended work on this project in January 2007 due to serious land disputes between the locals and the Police. In April of 2007, new land was identified and new design was developed. Work on site resumed in June 2007, but COE requested Phase 1 of the project to be completed by December 1, 2007. We accepted the challenge of completing 9,000 m2 of ANP facilities within 5 months. The first task was to obtain enough approval of the 35% and 65% design to allow the ordering of the long lead items such as the 3-D panel system and the pre-engineered steel buildings. Within 2 months, most of the critical 3D panel system was ordered and delivered to site. The other challenge was the shotcrete machines. We needed additional two shotcrete machines to meet the schedule. Instead, we ordered three machines, and air freighted them to Kabul to meet the tight schedule. FCEC UIProjects JV is using the same team that worked on the 50 barracks of the ANA Lashkar Gah camp. We are confident they will repeat the experience with completing the last eight barracks in ANA camp in a 4 month cycle. However, the current security situation presented us with an additional challenge. The road from Kabul to the site passes through the most dangerous parts of Afghanistan (Zabul, Kandahar, and Helmand provinces). The convoys are regularly attacked along this road. We organized large convoy escorts, to ensure safe passage. In addition, we chartered an Antinov for weekly flight of staff and critical material/equipment to nearby Lashkar Gah City airfield

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CONSULTANTS EXPERIENCE Assignment Name: Kabul Airport Storm Water Sys & Pumping Stations Country: Afghanistan Location within country: Kabul Name of Client:World Kirkpatrick Address:Kabul, Afghanistan Start date (month/year):June 2003 Completion Date (month/year):Dec 2004 Name of associated Consultants, if any: None Bank/Scott Wilson

PROJECT SHEET #4 Approx. value of the contract (in current US$ or Euro): US $ 2 mil

Duration of assignment (months): 1 year Total No of staff-months of the assignment: Approx. value of the services provided by your firm under the contract: US $ 30,000 No. of professional staff-months provided by associated Consultants: None Name of senior professional staff of your firm involved and functions performed: Project Director: Rashad Atmar Design Team Leader: Mohammed Abu Seer Mechanical Engineer: Rouhallah

Narrative description of Project: The project was part of the World Bank funded Rehabilitation of Kabul Airport Runway. The storm water network and pumping station was to be rehabilitated, to ensure rainwater runoff is kept off the runway. Description of actual services provided by your staff within the assignment: The rehabilitation consisted of the following:1. A new pump house including pumps and equipment. 2. New pumps and control equipment in the existing intact pump house. 3. New generator set and generator building at each pump house. Three 12 inch pumps were installed at each pump station. The control system was configured such that two pumps are in use, and one is spare. The pumps were capable of handling a flow of water at each well of 1000 m3/h, with a total head of 4.20 meters. The power demand at each pump house was 30 KW.

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CONSULTANTS EXPERIENCE Assignment Name: Utility Network of MEPS KMTC, Kabul, Afghanistan Country: Afghanistan Location within country: Kabul Name of Client: USCOE Afghanistan Engineers District Address: Qala House, Kabul Afghanistan Start date (month/year):November 2004 Completion February 2005 None Date (month/year):

PROJECT SHEET #5 Approx. value of the contract (in current US$ or Euro): US $ 2.5 mil Duration of assignment (months): 6 months Total No of staff-months of the assignment: 25 man-months Approx. value of the services provided by your firm under the contract (in current US $ or Euro): US $ 125,000 No. of professional staff-months provided by associated Consultants: None Name of senior professional staff of your firm involved and functions performed (indicate most significant profiles such as Project Director/Coordinator, Team Leader): Project Director: Mohammed Anwar Design Team Leader: Ghada Badrawi Mechanical Engineer: Asmat Sharify Electrical Engineer: Nabihallah Naziri

Name of associated Consultants, if any:

Narrative description of Project: The work involved the design and construction of this 3,500 man MEPS Kabul Military Training Center (KMTC) utility network. This includes potable water, sanitary sewer, communications and electrical power. The project involved the connection of these networks to the larger KMTC 8,500 man camp. Description of actual services provided by your staff within the assignment: The work involved designed the different network to meet the 3,500 man-camp demand. The facility included tens of buildings, main dining facility and several classrooms. The design established the demand for each building, designed the networks, and established the connection requirements to the main plants at KMTC.

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c. Comments and Suggestions on the TOR


None

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d. Approach, Methodology and Work Plan


i. Work Plan FCEC UIProjects JV will immediately mobilize its full fledge design office with over 80 engineers. We will spend the first week planning the work and lining up critical expertise like geotechnical and hydrological engineer from Mashal Engineering. The project goals and detailed schedule will be developed and explained to all team members. The work plan will be split according to the following: b. Preliminary Survey Preliminary Survey will be done in the second week of the assignment and it will incorporate initial survey of potential routes, initial survey of water resources, initial hydro and geotechnical survey, and collection of economic data. Specifically, the initial phase will aim to study all the options available to meet the contract requirements. The study will obtain in this week as much data about the Aibak town and surrounding villages. It will identify the economic factors that might impact the water needs of the area population of 147,035. Considering demand of 100 liters per day per person, and annual average population growth of 2.7 %, we will identify the adequacy of the sources of water supply in and around the spring located 40 km distance from the Aibak, to meet the demand over the coming 30 years. We will do initial survey of potential routes that this 40 km pipeline could take. We will identify any potential needs of the villages located close to the future transport piped line. We will survey the condition of the existing town water supply network, which has not been in function-for the last 15.years. We will take samples from the Char Asyab spring to check it suitability according to WHO regulation, and confirm Ministry of health tests. We will verify the quoted discharge of the spring if it is the quoted 2 m3/s (two thousand liters per second). We will check the impact of the future pipeline draw on its current use for irrigation purposes. We will verify that potential pipeline and water structures will not have land property issue. We will confirm the validity and limitations of the written agreement that has been signed by local leader in Daron Zaw village for using the water spring and land for installation of the pipes. We will assess the economic benefits to the Aibak town and the Char Asyab community from this project. Our team for this phase will consist of Fahim Qadiri as team leader, a surveyor with a Total Station, and hydro-geo consultant Mohammed Mashal or one of his senior staff. c. Preliminary Design Preliminary Design will follow the Preliminary Survey, and will be done in the third week. According to the data collected in the field, our home office team will develop preliminary design. The preliminary design will identify technical options for the pipeline route, water structures, and pumping stations if needed. The preliminary design aims at identifying the scope of work, and sizing every component of the project. d. Option Studies Option Studies and Cost and Preliminary Reports will be done in the fourth week. This will allow the client to decide on the economical options before a detailed design is started on one of the recommended options.

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Technical Proposal Page 15 of 34 e. Detailed Survey After receiving Client Approval in week five, we will return to Aibak to carry out Detailed Survey that incorporates Detailed Survey of Potential Routes, Detailed Survey of Water Source and Detailed hydro and Geo survey. We expect to finish this within a week; by end of week 6. f. Water Network Design

In the coming two weeks (Period, no. 7 and 7) we will develop the detailed design of the water network, which will mainly focus on topography and pipeline sizing. g. Water Network Design In the coming two weeks (Period, no. 9 and 10) we will develop the detailed design of the water intake structures, pumping if any, and intermediate and final storage structures. h. Bid Documents and Final Report The last two weeks of the project will be spent on developing the bid documents and the final report. The bid documents will include the bill of quantity, specifications, and any additional drawings and photographs needed for proper tender documents. In addition, we will develop the final report that shows the design criteria, information about technical concept of the water supply. The report will provide information about present condition of the water supply system, new sources proposed for water :supply and type of construction material which will be used for construction of the pipe line, reservoir, distribution network add all other included hydro-structures in water Supply System. The technical report will also provide information about expecting expenditure for maintenance and operation for time periods of 1, 15 and 30 years. The report will include cost estimates and economic engineering analysis for proposed alternatives and time periods.hydrological study of the available water including using satellite topography and surveying. Identify the potential quantity and quality of the water, will decide on the intermediate storage of the water and what filtration and purification is required. We will survey the potential routes of the pipeline. Identify the optimal route and identify storage and purification requirement of samangan and any distribution network. i. Organization and Staffing See attached Forms for the proposed staffing

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e. Team Composition and Task Assignments

Professional Staff Name of Staff Aashoqallah Faryad Nourallah Assadullah Asmat Maiwand Mohammed Mashall Nemat Haidary Nabihallah Naziri Fahim Qadari Mohammed Anwar Daud Suliman Mazin Khalid Sadiq Firm UIProjects UIProjects UIProjects Mashall Eng UIProjects UIProjects UIProjects UIProjects UIProjects UIProjects Area of Expertise Design Management Water Engineering Mechanical Engineering Hydro and Geological Structral Engineering Electrical Engineering Surveying Surveying AutoCAD Economic Analysis Position Assigned Project Manager Water Engineer Mechanical Engineer Hydro-Geo Engineer Structural Engineer Electrical Engineer Survey Engineer Asst Surveyor AutoCAD Operator Economist Task Assigned Management Design Network Pumps and Other Mech Hydro and Geological Water Structures Design Electrical Design Surveying Surveying Drafting Cost-Benefit Analysis

f. Proposed Professional Staffs CVs


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Proposed Position: ECONOMIST Name of Firm: FCEC UIProjects JV Name of Staff: Mazin Khalid Sadiq Date of Birth: 18/07/1953 Education:

MEA, Construction Management, George Washington University, Washington DC, 1980 BS, Civil Engineering, Imperial College, University of London, England, UK, 1975

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Membership of Professional Associations:

California Institute for Energy Efficiency (CIEE) Committee member of Planning Committee, 1998-2000 Projects Advisory Committee, 1998-2000 California Institute for Food and Agricultural Research Associate, 1997-1998 Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Advisory Committee Member of: EPRI Food Technology Center, 1997 EPRI Agricultural Technology Alliance, 1996-1997 EPRI Centre for Material Production, 1995-1997

7. Teaching Experience Engineering Economy, ENGR 364, West Coast University, CA, 1995 Math. Modeling and Optimization, ENGR 601, West Coast University, CA, 1995 Operation Research, ENGR 611, West Coast University, CA, 1996 Project Management, 1 week course at Southern California Edison for PMs, 1996 Product, Chemical, and Water Recovery for Food Processing Facilities, 1997

Computer Proficiency Data Base Software: Microsoft Access, DBase IV, File Maker Pro, and Oracle Office Tool: Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, PageMaker, and Outlook Project Management Software: Microsoft Project, Primavera, and Artemis

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Countries of Work Experience: Afghanistan, Kuwait, USA, UAE,

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Languages

Language English Arabic 9. Employment Record:

Speaking Excellent Excellent

Reading Excellent Excellent

Writing Excellent Excellent

Mr. Sadiq has extensive international project management experience in the utility and construction industry. His greatest expertise lies in the economic analysis of design and built projects, with a proven track record of over USD $240 million Afghanistan projects. Mr. Sadiq was successful in setting up UIProjects-Afghanistan office and turning it into #1 Afghani Contractor. Under Mr. Sadiqs direction, UIProjects has been providing services in Afghanistan since early 2002, leveraging the extensive experience of its corporate partner in the following industries: Water Supply & Sanitation, Buildings, Roads, Bridges, Electrical Power T&D, and Military Camp Installations. UIProjects successfully completed design/build assignments under its FCEC JV on Afghan projects worth over $240 million and gained the trust of such reputable clients as US Army Corps of Engineers, US Embassys Kellogg Brown & Root, USAIDs Louis Berger Group, The World Bank, ISAF, IMF, UNCIEF, GTZ, British Crown Agents, and many others. Mr. Sadiq achieved this phenomenal success in Afghanistan, along with the other 2 JVs partners, utilizing a staff of 99% Afghan nationals, equipped with the sophisticated project management & design tools that enabled him to implement & complete complex projects throughout Afghanistan. Projects in Afghanistan that were completed under Mr. Sadiq direction include the following: FY06 ANP Program; Various Locations, Afghanistan National Maintenance Facility Aviation Component Complex, Kabul International Airport; Air Corps Tarmac and Ramp Kabul International Airport ; Afghanistan: Kabul Airport Customs/Passenger Facilities Rehab; Afghanistan, Kabul International Airport ISAF Heliport Project. ; Afghanistan, Kabul International Airport Rehabilitation Assessment Study; Afghanistan: Kabul Kandahar Road Minor Damaged Bridges; Afghanistan, ISAF Camp Security Gate & Logistics Road Project; Afghanistan, ISAF Camp Administration Building Project; Afghanistan: IMF Housing Compound; Afghanistan: AACA Video Conferencing Facility. Afghanistan: US Embassy Compound; Afghanistan: Several Electrical, IT and Security Projects; Afghanistan, Several Project Assessment Studies.

Mr. Sadiq has an impressive international experience in the water utility field. He demonstrated the benefits of several water treatment technologies and helped family business expand into top Kuwaiti water utility construction and maintenance contractor. 10. Work Undertaken that Best Illustrates Capability to handle the Tasks Assigned

Belize, Due Diligence, Belize Water Authority Acquisition Led a team of five technical consultants to evaluate the feasibility of a private $100 million investment to acquire and improve Belize national water authority. Jordan, Feasibility Study of Disi Water Conveyance Project Conducted an extensive technical and economical study in the feasibility of private investment in Jordans $620 million Disi 325 km water conveyance project. Qatar, Preliminary Design of Ras Laffan Water Pipeline Project Directed multinational team of designers and contractors to offer design and build proposal for the $100 million Ras Laffan desalinated Water Pipeline project. Saudi Arabia, Feasibility Study of Gas Turbines Inlet Cooling Directed multinational team of system developers to offer gas turbine inlet cooling systems, to improve the generating efficiency. Kuwait, Feasibility Study of Independent Power Market Developed a feasibility study of the privatization options for future green field power plants, benchmarking against IPP projects in Egypt, Morocco, Oman, and United Arab Emirates. Edison Technology Solutions, Edison International, 1998 1999, Director, Technology Commercialization.Managed the effort to bring new products and services for utility customers. New products included the Low Dross Aluminum Melter (winner of the 1997 R&D Magazine Top 100 Award), Freeze Concentration for hazardous waste and dairy applications, and Pulsed UV for water treatment applications. Secured $4 million of federal and state funding for these programs. Developed a competitive strategy that was successful in securing a 1/3-equity position in a membrane technology startup company. Started forming strategic alliances, when Edison decided to refocus on selling electricity; closing this subsidiary. Instead of starting another job with Edison, I elected to start my own Middle East project development business (UIProjacs). Southern California Edison, Edison International, 1990 1998.Project Manager. Developed and managed technology development projects funded jointly by Edison, host site customers, the Department of Energy, California Energy Commission, Electric Power Research Institute and others. Managed the EPC of energy efficiency and clean process projects for residential, agricultural and industrial customers optimizing their use of water, power and gas. This included managing the demonstration of membranes, UV disinfection, ozone, aluminum melting, and UV printing technologies. Conducted seminars and utility wide marketing campaigns to demonstrate the economical and environmental benefits of these programs. Supervisor, Project Controls. Provided project management support to utility related projects worth over $700 million. Projects covered innovative developments in the generation, transmission,

distribution, and end-use of electricity. Projects included the $350 million NOx reduction and generation efficiency improvement program of all 22 generating stations, the introduction of DCS systems to these stations, and several other hydro and renewable energy generation projects. Managed for one year Bechtels EPC contract for upgrading the $200 million Solar Two power plant, and continued providing project management support to my successors as the Project Controls Supervisor throughout commissioning and first year of operation. The Solar Two project included two special 30 HP multi-stage pumps pumping 560 C molten salt (value of contract $55 million). Managed the EPC of a proposed $30 million waste to energy power plant to utilize new German fluidized bed technology, and the EPC of a 3 mile gas pipeline bringing waste process gas from a nearby Chevron refinery to be burned in Edison steam generators. Other major programs included an extensive automation effort to improve the control and efficiency of the transmission and distribution network, and the introduction of various fiber optics, radio, satellite, telephony and microwave communication and SCADA systems for monitoring & controlling the grid (Smart Grid). Kuwait Project Management Consulting Co., Kuwait ,1981 1987. Managing Partner.Responsible for management of all aspects of this consulting company. Developed track record of completing projects within budget and schedule. Provided project management services on $100 million worth of EPC projects. Developed $30 million worth of contract claims, with better than 50% success rate. Provided Kuwaits first ever CAD and CPM services on several major projects, including the CAD services for the Kuwait $300 million Conference Center, and Yemens San'aa University.

Kirby Building Systems, Kuwait.1976 1981.Sales Services Manager Responsible for the estimating, bidding, order scheduling, and cost control for this industrial preengineered steel manufacturer with annual revenues of $50 million. Managed eleven engineers providing support to 8 offices covering Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. Acted as a Special Projects Manager for governoment jobs in Iraq and Syria. Started in 1976, before taking my leave for my Masters, as Sales Manager, selling $15 million worth of industrial projects to clients in Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Sudan. Suliman & Sadiq Contracting and Trading Co, Kuwait.1975 1990. Deputy Managing Director Helped manage my fathers $10 million annual construction business. In the years 1987 through 1990 (Gulf War), I took over most of the day-to-day management from my father. Responsible for expanding their activities into new markets, that included becoming the top water utility O&M contractor in Kuwait. This involved creating and training 34 fully equipped crews to provide water pipeline construction and replacement service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The company secured half of Kuwaits water network replacement contracts between 1987-1990 (DI pipes from 4-64). Developed and implemented an effective computerized management system, cost accounting and billing system, and developed an estimating system that improved the bidding success rate from 1 in 10 to 1 in 3. 11. Detailed Tasks Assigned: Mr. Sadiq will provide assessment of feasibility of projects and comprehends cost benefits. _____________________________________________________________________ Certification:

I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, this CV correctly describes myself, my qualifications, and my experience. I understand that any wilful misstatement described herein may lead to my disqualification or dismissal, if engaged.

___________________________________________________ Date: ____________ [Signature of staff member and authorized representative of the staff] Day/Month/Year

Full name of authorized representative: ____________________________________

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1. Proposed Position: PROJECT MANAGER 2. Name of Firm: United Infrastructure Projects 3. Name of Staff: Aashiqullah Faryad 4. Date of Birth: 3/1/1975 5. Education: B.Sc. in Architecture, Faculty of Eng., Kabul University, 1994 6. Membership of Professional Associations: Active 8. Countries of Work Experience: Afghanistan 9. Languages: Language Dari Pashto English Speaking Excellent Good Good
Reading

Writing Excellent Fair Good

Excellent Fair Good

10. Employment Record: Mr. Faryad is a successful Senior Architect with impressive experience in buildings and water networks design. He has specialized and extensive capabilities with the AutoCAD system. His capability to lead teams to perform quality work while meeting tight schedules in this unstable region is what differentiates his work from others. Mr. Faryad is acting as our Technical Manager/Senior Architect, leading our team of Architects on most of our projects worth of 300 million US $. He lecturers also in Kabul University on several Architecture courses. 11. Detailed Tasks Assigned: Alternative Livehood Program, Badakhshan, Afghanistan,. USAID under PADCO Contract. Senior Architect, UIProjects is the Infrastructure Engineering Consultants for this 4 year program in addition, UIProjects did complete design of new bridges and irrigation schemes. Afghanistan National Police Stations Projects, Various Locations, Afghanistan U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Senior Architect This project involved the design and construction of 8 new police stations and renovation/new construction of four ANP Provincial HQs, that includes water

network consisting of well, pump house, water pipelines, and service connections for all buildings in each compound Counter Narcotics Police Program, various Locations, Afghanistan, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AED under CII Contract. This project involved the design and construction of fifty 450 m2, that includes water network consisting of well, pump house, water pipelines, and service connections for all buildings in each compound Afghanistan National Army Camp Project, Lashkar Gha, Afghanistan, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AED under CII Contract. This project involved the design and construction of twelve large highway and police compound in several cities sand towns, that includes water network consisting of well, pump house, water pipelines, and service connections for all buildings in each compound Design/Build ANA Presidential Palace Compound Rehabilitation Project, Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Programs Center, under contract with CII. Senior Architect This project involved the rehabilitation of the Dining Facility, MWR Building Barracks # 1 and 2, and compound drainage, and the addition of a new latrine. KMTC Military Academy Rehabilitation Project, Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Programs Center, under contract with CII. Senior Architect. This project involved the rehabilitation of the Dining Facility, Barracks Buildings 106, 107, 108, 110, and Admin Building 100. Mr. Fariadn completed all the drawings for the rehabilitation of the barracks, which included the toilets and the water network consisting of well, pump house, water pipelines, and service connections for all buildings in each compound Kabul International Airport Runway Rehabilitation Project, Kabul, Afghanistan. The World Bank under contract with Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick, of Basingstoke, UK. Mr. Faryad completed all the drawings related to the rehabilitation of the drainage system, the two pump houses and the electrical substation. Produced all the detailed drawings for the runway and several kilometers of taxiways and aprons. This involved translating tens of thousand of surveying points into clear site drawings, that where emailed to Scott Wilson of UK to produce final design drawings. Afghanistan: Kabul Airport Customs/Passenger Facilities Rehab , GTZ.Developed the architectural rehabilitation of the arrival and departure lounges. The effort involved as well master planning the whole building to allocate areas for local flights, transit passengers, and services. Damaged Bridges on Kabul Kandahar Road Project, Afghanistan. USAID REFS Program/Louis Berger Group. The project included the hydrological study and preliminary design for five completely destroyed bridges, the design and tender documents for the repair of 29 minor damaged bridges, and 7 damaged vented causeways. Mr. Faryad provided over a period of 2 month extensive set of drawings for the rehabilitation of these minor damaged bridges on this important road. Bearing Point, Inc

Project designer and manager for Khyber International video conference hall and quality controller IOM (International Organization for Immigration) ITA Kabul main office Design Team Coordinator.Project Designer, Design submittal, Auto CAD Designer, estimating the project cost, make the project ready for tender, helping the team members in project designing US Army Corps of Engineer Kabul Area Office Designer. Project Designer, Auto CAD Designer, Mechanical Designer, Training local Engineers in CAD and Quality Control, Receiving and checking the drawings from Contractors Companies Instructor in Faculty of Engineering, Kabul University, Architecture Deportment Teaching different Architectural subjects, making teaching plan for every semester, Organizing teaching schedule for Department, assisting professors in lecture, helping senior students in final projects, checking the students projects works, attending in Science Council of Facultys meeting Kabul Intercontinental Hotel, Kabul, Afghanistan, Project Designer/Supervisor. Designed several of the rehabilitation work done on the hotel, supervised the work, and helped with contract administration. Started working in the hotel as an information desk receptionist. 12. Work Undertaken that Best Illustrates Capability to Handle Tasks Assigned

FCEC UIP JV, FY06 ANP Program worth of $85 million that includes water network consisting of well, pump house, water pipelines, and service connections for all buildings in each compound.

Various Locations, Afghanistan

Project Manager

20052007

FCEC UIP JV, Utility Network of MEPS KMTC, that Kabul, involved the design and construction of this 3,500 man Afghanistan MEPS Kabul Military Training Center (KMTC) utility network. This includes potable water, sanitary sewer, communications and electrical power. The project involved the connection of these networks to the larger KMTC 8,500 man camp. UIProjects, KAIA Airport Water Network Project that consisted in the design and construction of 3 km of Pipelines, manholes, pumps, tanks, and chlorination system Damaged Bridges on Kandahar Road Project, Afghanistan. USAID REFS Program/Louis Berger Group. that included the hydrological study and preliminary design for five completely destroyed bridges, the design and tender documents for the repair of 29 minor damaged bridges, and 7 damaged vented Kabul, Afghanistan

Project Manager

20042005

Senior Architect

2004

Kandahar, Afghanistan

Senior Architect

2003

causeways. The work was done under very difficult logistic and security conditions. Mr. Haidary conducted the site survey under very difficult security and weather conditions, and participated in drawing a major part of this large design and drafting project.

Design/Build ANA Presidential Palace Compound Rehabilitation Project, Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Programs Center, under contract with CII. Mr. Haidary conducted the site survey using a Total Station, produced the site plans, and completed several of the large set of drawings provided under this contract.

Kabul, Afghanistan

Senior Architect

2002

13. Certification: I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, this CV correctly describes myself, my qualifications, and my experience. I understand that any willful misstatement described herein may lead to my disqualification or dismissal, if engaged.

___________________________________________________ Date: ____________ [Signature of staff member and authorized representative of the staff] Day/Month/Year

Full name of authorized representative: ____________________________________

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Proposed Position: HYDRO-GEOLOGICAL ENGINEER Name of Firm: Mashal Geo-Engineering Consulting Name of Staff: Mohammad Bashir Mashal Date of Birth: 10/09/1954 Education: B.Sc. Geo-Engineering, School of Geology & Mine Eng., Kabul Polytechnic Institute, 1976 M.Sc. Geo-Engineering & Hydro-Geological, Kabul Polytechnic Institute, 1982.

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Membership of Professional Associations: Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers

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Countries of Work Experience: Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, China, Turkey

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Languages

Language Dari Pashto English Russian 9. Employment Record:

Speaking Excellent Good Fair Good

Reading Excellent Fair Good Good

Writing Excellent Fair Fair Good

Kabul, Afghanistan: Mashal Engineering Up to Present Mr. Mashal has completed over a 100 of geotechnical and hydrological investigations for several international and local clients. The work include several in association with UIProjects such as Tajikistan Afghanistan Bridge, Poly Charkhi ANA Camp, KMTC Camp, Darl Alman ANA Camp, Herat ANA Camp and Kandahar runway and ANA Camp. Kabul, Afghanistan: Solidarity Drilling of 800 shallow wells and water supply of Kabul City Drilling of 6 deep wells for water supply system of Kabul City Drilling of 40 deep wells for Agriculture purpose in Kabul province

Kabul, Afghanistan: Care Drilling of 3 deep wells in water supply project of Kabul city Monitoring According to Geo Engineering of Latin and Canalization projects in Kabul City areas to keep and save ground water 1996 1997, Kabul, Afghanistan: German Agro Action Monitoring of Geo Engineering Surveys of Latin and Canalization projects in Khair Kahna and Rehman Mena area of Kabul City 1196 1998, Kabul, Afghanistan: DACAR , Electrical Engineer Drilling of 25 deep wells and shallow wells to provide Drinking water in surround district of Kabul city Official travels: 1990 1991, Uzbekistan: Visit of Mines and Irrigation system and Projects

1993, 1995, 1997, Pakistan: Visit of industrial and Construct Projects 1998, Turkmenistan: Visit of Gas and Petroleum Projects

2002, China: Visit of Industrial Projects 2002 2003, Turkey: Seeing of Light Industries and Food Staff Projects
10. Detailed Tasks Assigned: Mr. Mashal will provide valuable input to all hydro and geological design issues 11. Work Undertaken that Best Illustrates Capability to handle the Tasks Assigned

Mr. Bashir Mashal has been with United Infrastructure Projects (UIProjects) since 2002. Relevant previous experience is summarized as follows:Copper Mine of Ainak (Miss-eAinak) Deportment of Geological Monitoring of the Ministry of Mines and Industrials, Kabul Logar, Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan Geologic Engineer 1976-1978

Chief Engineer 1978-1986 of Geo Engineers and Hydrology Groups General Chief 1986-1991 Engineer General director 1991-1998 of Geo Engineering and Hydrological Director Pipelines of 1998-1999

Ministry of mine and Industrial of Kabul, Afghanistan Afghanistan Survey Deportment Ministry of Mines and Industries Kabul, Afghanistan

Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan Pipelines project in Mines and

Kabul, Afghanistan

Industries Ministry

Contraction Deportment

In addition, Mr. Mashal has extensive experience with all aspect of geo-engineering, especially in the Kabul area. He has conducted more than 150 soil testing assignment in Kabul in the last 10 years, and managed the effort to create the Kabul City geo-engineering map (Scale 1:10,000). Other experience is summarised as follows:Mashal Geo-Engineering, with over 50 Soil Investigation Assignments in the Kabul Area Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan Oil Pipeline Project Headed several government geoengineering surveys in the Ministry of Mines and Industries (MoMI) Headed several geo-engineering projects, in MoMI Geological Monitoring of several projects in Geo-Eng. And Hydrology Group in MoMI Ainak Copper Mines Kabul, Afghanistan Managing Director 1995-2003

Kabul, Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan

Director of Pipelines Dept Gen. Director, Geo-Eng. and Hydrology General Engineer Chief

1998-1999

1991-1998

Kabul, Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan

1986-1991

Chief Engineer

1978-1986

Logar, Afghanistan

Geological Engineer

1976-1978

_____________________________________________________________________ Certification: I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, this CV correctly describes myself, my qualifications, and my experience. I understand that any wilful misstatement described herein may lead to my disqualification or dismissal, if engaged.

___________________________________________________ Date: ____________ [Signature of staff member and authorized representative of the staff] Day/Month/Year

Full name of authorized representative: __________________________________

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Proposed Position: CIVIL-STRUCTURE ENGINEER Name of Firm: FCEC UIProjects JV Name of Staff: Nematullah Haidary Date of Birth: 1972 Education: Faculty of Engineering Kabul, B.Sc in Civil Engineering, 2002 Membership of Professional Associations: None Other Training: Mr. Haidary has specialized Experience and Technical Competence: AutoCAd, SAP, Sokkia Total Station Countries of Work Experience: Afghanistan Languages Language Dari Pashto English Arabic Speaking Excellent Good Good Fair Reading Excellent Fair Good Fair Writing Excellent Fair Fair Fair

10. Employment Record: Detailed Tasks Assigned: Mr. Mr. Haidary has extensive design experience, in addition to experience with surveying (using Total Station), structural design (using SAP), drafting (using AutoCAD), and construction supervision. He was one of the best young Afghan engineers trained in our office with extensive flexibility to work on any challenging assignment and presently he has proven himself as being able to provide design and construction management for all our current projects worth of over US $200 million. Mr. Haidary is currently provinding for FCEC UIProjects JV Construction management and supervision on the following projects: National Maintenance Facility Aviation Component Complex, Kabul International Airport, Kabul, Afghanistan, Senior Structural Designer. Air Corps Tarmac and Ramp Kabul Internation Airport, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AED, Senior Structural/Civil Engineer. Kabul International Airport Runway Rehabilitation Project, Kabul, Afghanistan. The World Bank under contract with Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick, of Basingstoke, UK . Surveyor. Mr. Haidary performed detailed survey of the 3,500 m runway and several kilometers of taxiways and aprons, in addition to the large airport area around the runway and taxiways. This involved taking tens of thousand of surveying points under difficult and limited access to the runway, as we were forced to work only 2 hours a day, when the runway is closed for our work. Afghanistan National Army Camp Project , Afghanistan. National Police Program, Task order # 1,Highway Police and Border Brigades Afghanistan, (large company, Gajoy and Qalat),(Gazni Battalion),(Kandahar Battalion), (Gomal Border police),(Kandahar Border Police)and Small company(Spin Ghbarga),(Moqur), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Task order # 2, Afghanistan,,( Border Crossing @Spin Buldack)

Task order # 3,Northern Provincial Police Headquarters Afghanistan,( Provincial Headquarter Gazni, ),( Provincial Headquarter Khost) ,(Provincial Headquarter Nangarhar),( Provincial Headquarter Paktika) (Provincial Headquarter Gardiz),(Provincial Headquarter Kunar) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Afghanistan National Army Camp Project, Counter Narcotics/police program, Task #12,Afghanistan, (Spin Buldouk),(Urgon,Kariz Shoraback, Kabul,Qalay Rashed, Shonary, . U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AED under CII Contract. Structural designer . Afghanistan National Army Camp Project, Lashkar Gha, Afghanistan, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AED under CII Contract. Structural designer. Canadian Embassy Project, Kabul , Afghanistan, UIProjacs, Structural Engineer. Mr. Haidary completed the structural design of the three buildings in the embassy and several small structures, under the supervision of a senior structural engineer. The work included using SAP and AutoCAD, and complete structural drawings were produced for the project. AWCC Operation Control Building Project, Kabul , Afghanistan, UIProjacs, Structural Engineer. Design/Build ANA Presidential Palace Compound Rehabilitation Project, Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Programs Center, under contract with CII. Site Engineer. MEPS at KMTC Project, Kabul, Afghanistan, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, AED 11. Work Undertaken that Best Illustrates Capability to handle the Tasks Assigned: Relevant previous experience is summarised as follows:-

FCEC UIP JV, FY06 ANP Program worth of $85 million that includes water network consisting of well, pump house, water pipelines, and service connections for all buildings in each compound.

Various Locations, Afghanistan

Senior CivilStructural Engineer

20052007

FCEC UIP JV, Utility Network of MEPS KMTC, that Kabul, involved the design and construction of this 3,500 man Afghanistan MEPS Kabul Military Training Center (KMTC) utility network. This includes potable water, sanitary sewer, communications and electrical power. The project involved the connection of these networks to the larger KMTC 8,500 man camp.
UIProjects, KAIA Airport Water Network Project that consisted in the design and construction of 3 km of Pipelines, manholes, pumps, tanks, and chlorination system Kabul, Afghanistan

Senior CivilStructural Engineer

20042005

Structural Engineer

2004

Damaged Bridges on Kandahar Road Project, Afghanistan. USAID REFS Program/Louis Berger Group. that included the hydrological study and preliminary design for five completely destroyed bridges, the design and tender documents for the repair of 29 minor damaged bridges, and 7 damaged vented causeways. The work was done under very difficult logistic and security conditions. Mr. Haidary conducted the site survey under very difficult security and weather conditions, and participated in drawing a

Kandahar, Afghanistan

Engineer

2003

major part of this large design and drafting project.

Design/Build ANA Presidential Palace Compound Rehabilitation Project, Kabul, Afghanistan. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Programs Center, under contract with CII. Mr. Haidary conducted the site survey using a Total Station, produced the site plans, and completed several of the large set of drawings provided under this contract.

Kabul, Afghanistan

Engineer

2002

_____________________________________________________________________ Certification: I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, this CV correctly describes myself, my qualifications, and my experience. I understand that any wilful misstatement described herein may lead to my disqualification or dismissal, if engaged.

___________________________________________________ Date: ____________ [Signature of staff member and authorized representative of the staff] Day/Month/Year

Full name of authorized representative: ____________________________________

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