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CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION
2. REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES
( SECP, PEC, NTN, GST, ICCI, CAP, IIC )
3. QUALITY POLICY, SAFETY POLICY, SAFETY MANUAL & CODE OF CONDUCT
4. ORGANIZATIONAL CHART OF THE COMPANY
5. LIST OF KEY PERSONNEL / ENGINEERS / CVs
6. LIST OF MACHINERY/ VEHICLES
7. ENLISTMENT/PRE-QUALIFICATION WITH DEPARTMENTS/AGENCIES
8. LIST OF COMPLETED PROJECTS WITH COMPLETION CERTIFICATES (DURING LAST 05
YEARS)
9. LIST OF ON GOING PROJECTS WITH AWARD LETTERS
10. FINANCIAL CAPABILITY, TAX CERTIFICATES AND AUDITED BALANCE SHEETS, AVERAGE
ANNUAL CONSTRUCTION TURNOVER
11. BANK CERTIFICATES
12. AFFIDAVIT OF THE COMPANY ( NON-LITIGATION, NON-BLACK LISTMENT)








INTRODUCTION 1
























INTRODUCTION

M/S Pak UK Associates (Pvt.) Ltd. was established in 2005, started its
construction activities since then. Pak UK Associates is committed to creating and
utilizing the most innovative, state-of-the-art, fully equipped and financial backing
to carry out the construction projects of every nature and complexity, the Company
has completed numerous housing projects, high-rise residential and commercial
buildings, office buildings for Government, Semi-Government and Private
Organizations, of similar size and nature.
Pak UK Associates is dedicated to maintaining a strong, committed management
team, supported by a staff of highly competent qualified engineers and specialists.
Combined with the flexibility and readiness to incorporate and utilize changing and
challenging environments, we can adapt to circumstances that extend beyond
cultural and social barriers.
OUR VISSION
To be the premier construction Company in the market we serve.
OUR MISSION
To be an effective construction and engineering unit, ensuring quality, price, time
commitment and post completion service.
OUR CORE VALUES
Our values are the foundation of our Company and reflect our guiding Principles:
1. Integrity 2. Innovation 3. Mutual Respect
4. Sense of Urgency 5. Safety 6. Community

M/S Pak UK Associates (Pvt.) Ltd. has diversified experience in operating
construction projects in accordance with stipulated period of contract and with
quality assurance procedures to the best satisfaction of the client.



REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES 2





























Certificate Of Incorporation Security & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP)
Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)
National Tax Number Certificate (NTN) Federal Board Of Revenue (FBR)
General Sales Tax (GST)
Islamabad Chamber Of Commerce & Industry (ICCI)
Constructors Association of Pakistan (CAP)
International Industrial Certification ( IIC ) - ISO 9001 : 2008
Pakistan Institute Of Cost And Contracts (PICC)










































QUALITY POLICY/SAFETY POLICY & MANUAL
& CODE OF CONDUCT
3


























QUALITY POLICY
We have always believed:
Quality is never an accident. It is always the result of high intentions, sincere efforts, and
determination and proficient execution. It represents the wise choice of many alternatives
It has always been our motive to deliver highest quality construction with in the parameters
ordained by our employers. Keeping in view our mission and vision we are invariably going
through the process of developing and implementing systems, which enable us to accomplish our
objectives. The focus of our system revolves around adherence to specifications, supervising staff or
supervising Consultants requirements. The emphasis of our system evolution process also
circumambulates around good financial management of the company, which is extremely critical to
achieving our clients satisfaction.
While enrooting to become a good quality company we have worked on developing procedures that
inter connect our material requisition work orders with project schedule, available/ projected cash
flows.
We have also worked on making supervision objective to our supervising staff, so as to reduce the
element of subjectivity in supervision and make it objective to them. The objectivity in supervision
in achieved by highlighting critical objects at the beginning of every project. The propose of this
exercise is to attain zero punch lists at the end of the project.
Our procedures also focus around increasing participation of our employees and staff in attaining
quality. We keep making sure the adaptability of our procedures to varied environments of
different clients. Before the start of every project we go through the exercise of aligning our
systems with that our employer so as to achieve maximum client satisfaction.
Avoiding working in orthodox manner we keep ourselves equipped with the most recent
technologies and software. We also keep our staff aware of these changes and other prevailing
changes in and other prevailing changes in construction industry. All this is done to achieve better
results in client satisfaction.



SAFETY MANUAL

1. Management Support and Direction
Implementing such procedures and molding them into part of your company procedures should
start from the top of the hierarchy. Our Project Managers are well educated with the safety
measure to be implemented at site and follow them religiously and rigorously try to implement
them on site.
2. Safety Behavior and Development
A safety supervisor is assigned at site who keeps of a watch for any unsafe practices and for all
the equipment, tools or any other accessories required for safe execution of works.
3. Safe Behavior and Development
The safety supervisor constantly literates the labor and other contractors working at site
regarding safe procedures and identifies hard hat areas, hard shoes areas and, no go areas
where works are being carried out at height. The safety supervisor also gives instructions to the
security personnel at site to restrict entry of unconcerned people as they would not be aware of
the safety measures.
4. Job Site Audits
Informal safety audits are carried out by the higher management at least twice a month to check
if the safety measures are being complied.
5. Incident Investigation and Reporting
The safety office carries out a complete investigation of any incident at site and prepares a
detail report for the higher management to review with proposed measure that should be taken
up to minimize or decimate any chances of occurrence of incident of similar nature.
6. First Aid Help
First aid kit is available at all sites and one or two members of the staff are briefly trained in
carrying out first aid procedures. All site staff and personnel are informed about place of first
aid kit and its assigned place for incase of emergency and are specially informed about the
emergency contact numbers.
7. Site Security
Site security is kept strict 24 hrs for any unauthorized access, which also limits the injury to be
caused to any trespasser.



8. Mobile Equipment Safety
All equipments are run by trained personnel who are assigned to specific equipments. An
Equipment specialist checks the equipment thoroughly before it is put to use. The equipment is
specially checked for any loose nuts bolts and covers. The lubricants are checked on regular
basis to prevent any damage to the engine which in return would also non-environment
friendly. Special arrangements are made for the shifting of heavy equipments by using cranes
and fork lifts, which are operated by trained personnel.
9. Material Safety
All materials being delivered at site are kept at separate repositories specially those materials
that are susceptible to fire or can cause explosion.
10. Fire Safety
1. The water reservoirs made at site are made large enough to cater the
requirement to extinguish fire.
2. Fire extinguishers are also made available at site.
3. All explosive and materials prone to fire are kept in safe repositories.

11. Safe Work Practices
a. Works with Cement
All workers carrying out works with cement are required to wear.
1. Special gloves
2. Boots
3. Helmets
4. Goggles
In order to keep their hands, feet, head and eyes safe from cement.
b. Works with Cement
All workers carrying out works with cement are required to wear.
1. Special gloves
2. The Tower/ scaffolding are secured against any movement. The working
platform is properly clamped against the structure.
3. The structure is maintained fee from grease and rust.
4. The work level of structure carries a abdomen level to restrict the falling over.







CODE OF CONDUCT
Our Core Values represent who we are and provide, without question, the standard of
behavior by which we conduct business. These values are the heart, soul, and character of
Pak UK. Our Code embodies the vision of our company founders and encompasses the
values that have been and will continue to be vital to future success of the Company. Our
Core Values represent how we treat each other, how we deal with our customers, how we
respond to our stakeholders, and how we hold each other and ourselves accountable. This
is the legacy we will leave for generations to come.
The following eight ethical Core Values represent the cornerstone of our Code of Conduct.
While achieving these high standards may be difficult to attain, we nonetheless aspire to live
our lives and conduct our business with:
Honesty
Be truthful, accurate and straightforward.
Be candid and non-deceptive in communication and conduct.

Integrity
Maintain consistency between your beliefs and your behavior- walk your talk!
Have the courage to contend boldly for that, which is right, and reject firmly that,
which is wrong.

Fairness
Endeavor to be reasonable, open-minded, impartial, even-handed, and non-
discriminatory in all your dealings.
Genuinely partner and actively collaborate within and outside the Company.
Maintain, without deviation, an attitude of sincerity, tolerance, consideration, and
assistance towards others, regardless of position.

Accountability
Accept responsibility for your own actions or inactions and for those whom you
supervise.
Take prompt, constructive steps to correct mistakes or defects.
Promote teamwork by holding each other accountable-rejection behaviors
inconsistent with this Code of Conduct.




Consideration of Others
Practice the principles of the Golden Rule.
Respect the dignity, rights, safety, and personal property of others.
Be open to the ideas and opinions of others.
Exercise patience and remain positive under all circumstances.
Assure that those whom you supervise are not put in compromising situations.

Pursuit of Excellence
Consistently apply diligence, perseverance, attention to detail, and good work habits
to ensure quality projects, products and excellent customer service.
Build capabilities through continuous learning, coaching, mentoring and teaching.
Never accept complacency or indifference.
Remain flexible and open to possibilities.

Reliability
Only make realistic commitments and follow-through on the commitments you make.
Be prompt and responsive in business dealings within and outside the company.

Citizenship
Comply with all governmental laws, rules and regulations.
Show consideration for the safety and welfare of everyone, including our natural
environment.
Respond to the impact our work has on the natural environment by consistently
evaluation and improving our efforts so that our projects and processes work in
harmony with the environment.
Cultivate and organization that actively encourages us to be the best of who we are
and continuously strives to make a difference in our communities and the world.

c. Electric Works
1. All electricians carrying out electrical works are conditionally required to wear
special gloves and rubber sold boots to prevent getting electric shock.
2. All wires will be used with appropriate plugs. Temporary wiring will be run in
steel conduits held loosely.
3. All switch boards/ panels will be placed securely at heights. Cable will be free of
wear and tear.
4. All electrical operated equipment will be earthed. All electrical wiring and
boards will be kept remote from flammables.
5. Multiple plugs in one socket shall not be used.




d. Hot Works
1. Adequate arrangements for fire fighting shall be available at site.
2. Work area shall be volatile vapor free.

e. Works during Rain
1. Electrical cables shall be safely secured and laid.
2. All personnel working at height shall wear safety shoes helmets and belts.
Standing near under construction area shall be prohibited.
3. Warning signs shall be place near collapsible areas.

12. House Keeping
1. All Waste materials shall be disposed of to assigned areas on regular basis.
Proper stacking of materials in use shall be done.
2. Daily cleaning of site after work has been finished shall be done. Identification
tags for hazardous materials shall be place.
3. Walkways shall be kept clear of obstacles.
4. The Site will be cleaned daily for such items at work finish so as to avoid
accumulation that not only pose ugly but can foster any emergency.
















ORGANIZATIONAL CHART 4

























ORGANIZATION CHART





















LIST OF KEP PERSONS 5

























LIST OF KEY PERSONELS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
S No. Name of Candidate Designation
1. Muhamamd Pervaiz
Chughtai
Chief Executive
2. Engr. Sohail Shamshad Director Projects
3. Nasir Mehmood Kiyani Executive Director

MANAGEMENT
S No. Name of Candidate Designation
1. Abdul Salam General Manager
(Admin/Finance)
2. Muhammad Altaf Assistant Manager
3. Saad Suleman Admin/IT Assistant
4. Pervaiz Khan Accountant
5. Niaz Ahmed Accountant
6. Adnan Accountant
7. Ghulam Mohyyudin Store Keeper






SURVEYOR SUPERVISOR AND FOREMAN
S No. Name of Candidate Designation
1. Ehsan-ur-Rahman Surveyor-1
2. Tasaddiq Surveyor-2
3. Nasir Ahmed Surveyor-3
4. Gulshan Iqbal Quantity Surveyor
5. Nasim Ullah General Foreman
6. Toqeer Akhtar Haider Quantity Surveyor

LIST OF ENGINEERS
S No. Engineers Name Designation
1. Engr. Sohail Shamshad Project Manager/Director
Projects
2. Engr. Mohammad Azhar
Khan
E & ME Manager
3. Engr. Mohammad
Shafqat
Project Engineer/Project
Manager
4. Engr. Mohammad
Abdullah
Planning Engineer
5. Engr. Mamoon Iqbal
Cheema
Site Engineer
6. Engr. Fakhar-e-Azam Quality Control Manager
7. Engr. Saad Zaheer Site Engineer


LIST OF ASSOCIATE ENGINEERS

S No. Name of Candidate Designation
1. Muhammad Shabbir Construction Manager
2. Malik Amir Hussain Surveyor
3. Qazi Muhammad Burhan Construction Manager
4. Muhammad Ikram Surveyor
5. Azmat Kamal Quantity Surveyor
6. Ehsan-ur-Rahman Foreman
7. Tasaddiq Surveyor
8. Nasir Ahmed Foreman
9. Gulshan Iqbal Quantity Surveyor
10. Nasim Ullah General Foreman
11. Toqeer Akhtar Haider Quantity Surveyor









Name: SohailShamshad S/O Shamshad Ahmed
D.O.B: 09-05-1968
CNIC No: 17301-2295474-7
CONTACT NO. 0312-5542190
Qualification: B.Sc. Civil Engineering
PEC Reg. No: CIVIL/13184
EMPLOYMENT RECORD:

DATE ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION RESPONSIBILITIES
15-03-2009 to
On word
M/S Pak UK Associates
Islamabad
Projects Director Worked as I/C of Civil work
activities, administration,
Technical calculation for
different tender enquiries
01-01-2001 M/S Shani Group of
Companies Islamabad
Manager
Operations
Multistory buildings & Pre-
Fabricated Buildings
31-12-2000 M/S Al-Nafio Enterprises
Rawalakot AJ&K
Site Manager Involved in Design &
Development of Buildings at
Different sites
01-01-1996 M/S Al-Nafio Enterprises
Rawalakot AJ&K
Site Engr. Involved in Design Survey of
land, Highway, Road, Structure
of Buildings (small bridges) at
different sites
01-06-1992 M/S Al-Nafio Enterprises
Rawalakot AJ&K
Site Engr. Involved in Design, Survey of
land, Highway, Road, Structure
of Buildings (small bridges) at
different sites
01-07-1991 M/S Al-Nafio Enterprises
Rawalakot AJ&K
Asst. Engr. Practical understanding &
Orientation of all on Going
Projects


CURRICULUM VITAE
MUHAMMAD AZHAR KHAN
Date of Birth: 20
th
September 1963
CNIC NO. 33303-2063158-1
Qualification: M. Sc. (Mechanical Production Engineering)
PEC Reg. No: Mech/7277
Postal Address: House # NA-104, New Malpur, 7
th
Road Satellite Town, Rawalpindi.
Permanent Address: 18/2-A, Canal Rest House Road, Toba Tek Singh.
Phone #: 051-2203311
Cell #: 0347-7645577
E-mail: m_azharkhan88@yahoo.com

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION:

Degree/ Certificate Year University/
Institute
Marks %age Major Subject
M.Sc. (Mechanical
Production
Engineering)
1994 U.E.T. Lahore 781/
1200
65 % Plasticity in production process.
PPC, Production management.
Work design & Measurement.
Dimensional Metrology, production
cost analysis.
B.Sc(Mechanical
Engineering)
1988 U.E.T. Taxila 55833/
8000
70 % Applied Math, Industrial materials.
Mechanics of Materials.
Engg. Drawing, Applied
thermodynamics, Statistics & Quality
control, Heat & Mass Transfer,
production managements, Energy
Resources & utilization, Gas dynamics.

F.Sc. (Add Math) 1982 Private 668/
1000
66.8 %
F.Sc. (Pre-Medical) 1980 Govt. College
Faisalabad
628/
1000
62.8 %
S.S.C (Science Group) 1978 Govt. High
School TTS.
665/
850
78 %

SKILLS

SKILL NAME LEVEL USED
Windows XP Excellent Currently Working
M.S Office (Word, P.Point and Excel) Excellent Currently Working
Auto CAD Excellent Currently Working



EXPERIENCE:

DATE ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION RESPONSIBILITIES

Jan, 2006 to
On word
M/S Pak UK
Associates (Pvt.)
Ltd. Islamabad
Project Consultant Preparing Cost Estimates of various Buildings
Preparing Tender Documents
Detail Supervision/ Site Monitoring
Preparing Monthly Progress Report
Preparation of MB
Organizing manpower of the Directorate for
ongoing works
Jan, 1995
to
July,1999
HMC TAXILA Deputy Manager
(Five Years)
As I/C Q.A looked for all sections i.e.
Fabrication Shop, M/C Shop, Assy Shop, Forge
Shop, Auxiliary Shops, IMI, Labs, Steel Foundry,
and Cast Iron Factory.

Additional charge of ISO9001 certification
team Formed to get HMC ISO9001 certified.
Moreover worked as internal auditor for
ISO9001 certification.

Jan, 1994
to
Dec, 1994
HMC TAXILA Deputy Manager
(One Year)
As I/C incoming Material inspection of HMC 1
& 2.
Jan 1993
to
Dec, 1993
HMC TAXILA Assistant Manager
(One Year)
Addition charge of Incoming material
inspection of HMC2.
Jan, 1990
to
Dec 1992
HMC TAXILA Assistant Manager
(Three Years)
Worked as I/C Q.A in Machine Shop
Jan 1989
to
Dec 1990
HMC TAXILA Assistant Manager
(One Year)
Worked as I/C Q.A in Forge shop & Hydraulic
press Shop

In 1996 started vender ship in different organizations. In 1999 Resigned from job and established own
organization, since 1999 Working as registered vendor in different defense & private organizations
under name of M/S Al-Johad Associates , A registered Firm. Moreover, working as project consultant
with M/S Pak UK Associates since 2006 and also managed different projects through Al-Johad as sub-
contractor for different private/ semi private organization

MAJOR PROJECTS (Done by AL-JOHAD ASSOCIATES)

YEARS PROJECTS DETAILS
2011,
2010,
2009
Along with under mentioned projects, we have been involved in other projects of Fabrications
&Errection of steel structure under different designs of schools/ multipurpose insulated buildings in
earthquake affected areas in KPK and AJ&K at different sites as subcontractor.

We, in addition to said projects, have been also completed turn key projects of pre-fab. Buildings
except civil work in already referred areas as sub-contractor.
2008 Along with U/M telecommunication projects we have been involved in design, development and
fabrication of 20 & 40 long containers as sub-contractor, to be used for different purpose like
transportation and food transpiration, office, residence etc.

2007 Involved in different projects of manufacturing &errection of towers, shed of different
telecommunication companies as sub-contractor at different sites in KPK, Punjab, AJ&K territories.



YEARS PROJECTS DETAILS
2006 Design and development of an injection mould for a Battery Housing for NDC
Design and development of injection moulds for Different Jobs for different private organizations.
Design and development of injection mould for Rubber Gloves for a Private organizations.
Manufacturing Pressure parts of CNG industry related in SS like manifolds etc.
2005 Fabricated STOP LOGES for Mangla Dam Raising project in association with SUN-ENGINEERS.
Fabricated of stainless steel structures and parts for different private organizations.
Fabricated different jobs for NDC as per their drawings.
Machined different jobs for NDC in M.S, C.S and S.S and different kinds of plastics as per their
drawings.
2004 Established Aluminum Anodization set up which can anodizes parts up to 6feet x 6feet.
We also develop color anodization process for medium sized parts.
We also developed alodine coating process of medium sized parts.
Developed Soft Magnetic material for thermostats which can be magnetized by heating for a private
organization.
Design and developed dies for pressure die casting of Safety Valve for a private organization.
2003 Design and Development of cutting punching and bending dies for 22 different sheet metal parts of
a 9200 series wireless set for Pak Army for National Radio and telecommunication Corporation. We
developed 108 dies in aggregate.
Established Tin plating and Zinc plating set up.
2002 DIE MOULD PROJECTS:
Design and development of Dies for pressure die casting of three parts of Charging Housing of
Missile Green Arrow for Dr. A. Q. Khan Labs. which involves also machining, powder coating and
assembly work, having total weight 4.5 Kg.
Design and development of Dies for pressure die casting of Vacuum Clamps for Dr. A. Q. Khan Labs.
2001 Turn key project of Rolling Mill which can roll soft metal strip 10 wide and 0.08mm thick for Dr. A.
Q. Khan Labs.
Development of housing for battery consisting 3 parts for BakterShikan Missile by using gravity
casting technique for Dr. A. Q. Khan Labs.
A REVERSE ENGG. PROJECT
We designed & developed a CNG Conversion Kit for Petrol practical performance test and got
satisfactory results.
2000 Turn key project of design and development of Wire Drawing Machine which can draw soft metal
wire from 1mm to 0.025mm i.e. 1000 microns to 25 microns for Dr. A. Q. Khan Labs.

1999 Developed a Cavity for pre-form molding plant of PEPSI in their GadoonAmazie Factory.
Made manufacturing drawings of Multi-Cavity mould of pre-form for reverse Engineering.


Along with these Major Projects we are being involved in manufacturing of
different parts/ assemblies/ items for different Civil and Defense organizations
by using processes like Machining, Fabrication, Forging, Heat Treatment, Press
Work, Spark Erosion (EDM) and Pre-fab & Steel Structure projects of Different
buildings.





















Rana Muhammad shafqat
974/c,Mainstreet,National police Foundation o-9, Islamabad
Contact # 0313-5676678
Email:Shafqat.muhammad62@gmail.com

Personal Information
Name : Muhammad Shafqat
Fathers Name : Muhammad Shafi
Permanent Residence : Rawalpindi
NIC # : 61101-1885358-7


PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVES
To pursue a challenging position in a professional, progressive & well reputed concern, utilizing
optimum capabilities with dedication

Qualification
B.Sc. civil Engg. From U E T Taxila in 1988
Computer Skills
M S word
M S Excel
Auto cad
M.S project
Professional Experience : 25 Years, major in Building construction
Key Skills
Quality Control
Execution & Finishing Works.
a. Industrial Structures

b. Residential Building (Multi Stories)
c. Commercial Buildings (Multi Stories)
d. Official Buildings (Multi Stories)
Man Power Management
Supervision Of Construction and Finishing Works.
Making of Cutting and Bar Bending Schedules.
Preparation of Working Schedules& Progress Reports
Preparation of cash flow Charts
Handling over of Buildings
Quantity Calculation / Estimation
Tendering & prequalification
Escalation, variations & claims
Technical correspondence with consultants & Govt. departments

Services & Experiences
1-05-2013---to-onwards
Organization: Pak Uk Associates Pvt Ltd.
Job Title: General Manager
Job Responsibilities:

Overall monitoring and coordianation of all projects of the company
To look after contractual matters of the company
To supervise / monitoring of pre-qualification tendering claims etc.
Correspondence with consultant clients , government department/
organizations
To monitor project progress and ensure timely completion.


1-06-2012 --- 30-04-2013

Organization: Design Advisor (Design & consulting firm)
Job Title: Resident Engineer
Project: Construction of Jordan Embassy & Ambassador
Residence Building at Diplomatic Enclave Islamabad

May 2010 to 30-6-2012
Organization : M.N Construction Co.
Job Title : Project Manager
Project : Construction of Federal Tribunals/Court Complex at sector
G-11, Islamabad, a multistory office complex with 2
basement and ground +3 floors
Consultant of project: Nespak, Islamabad
Client : Ministry of law, justice and parliamentary affairs
Cost of project : Rs.400 million
Job Responsibilities : i. Correspondence with consultant & client
ii. To make monthly progress reports

iii. To make claims, escalation & variations
iv. To Manage Labor for all execution activities.
v. Supervision of all construction works
vi. To look after all finishing works
vii. To check sub-contractors bills
2009 to 2010
Organization : M/S Guarantee Engineers Islamabad
Job Title : Manager quality control & planning

Project : Construction of residential complex for high
Commission of India in diplomatic enclave Islamabad.
Project consisted on construction of Bungalows
& houses. Project cost is Rs. 2000 million
Consultant Sechdeveggleston& associates, India
Job Responsibilities : i. to make construction schedules& cash flow charts
ii. To prepare monthly progress reports
iii. To submit daily progress report and manpower
& equipment report
iv. To submit samples of materials to consultant
For getting approval
v. To get lab tests of materials and check lab

2006 to 2009
Organization : Unique Builders Islamabad
Job Title : Project Manager
Projects : Multistory apartment buildings & houses in Bahria Town
Rawalpindi.
Job Responsibilities : i. To manage all construction activities, execution
through sub contractors and hiring manpower on daily
basis.
ii. To look after all construction activities
iii. To correspond with client
iv. To prepare work done bills& progress reports
v. To prepare bar bending schedules

Period 2002 to 2006
Organization : Bahria Town (Pvt.) Ltd.Rawalpindi
Job Title : Project Engineer
Projects : Safari executive villas in phase 3-E (100 luxury villas )
Corporate office building ofbahria Town in phase -2,
Commercial buildings in phase -1,
Job Responsibilities : Supervision of all construction activities, Labour
management, preparation of daily progress report & working
schedule.
Checking sub contractor bills, submission of cash flow
and materials demands

Period 2000 to 2002

Organization : R.M Gulistan (pvt) Ltd
Job Title : Project Manager
Project : Construction of R.C.C interceptor drains at Islamabad
Airport
Consultant Mott Macdonald Pakistan (pvt) Ltd
Job Responsibilities : Supervision of all construction activities, Labour
management, preparation of daily progress report & working
schedule.
Correspondence with consultant



Period 1998 to 2000
Organization : Qatar Building Engineering company, Doha , Qatar
Job Title : Site Engineer
Project : A multistory residential cum commercial complex building

Job Responsibilities: Execution of structural works, to make subcontractor bills,
Supervise manpower, to raise concrete demand


Period 1992 to1998
Organization : Ishaq Textile mills, Faisalabad
Job Title : civil Engineer
Project : Construction of weaving mills units, staff colonies, Yarn go
downs, Sizing mills foundations
:
Job Responsibilities : i. To get work to be done as per drawings and
specifications,
ii. To coordinate with consultant,to raise demand of
materials,
iii. To check contractors bills,to make estimates of new
projects
iv. To super wise contractors and daily wages labour

1988 to 1992
Organization : Akram& Company Pvt Ltd
Job Title : Site Engineer
Project : Construction of Yasir spinning mills Faisalabad, Bismillah
Textile mills Faisalabad, Sitara spinning mills Faisalabad
Job Responsibilities: Layout of Mills , supervision of manpower, making
barbending schedules, calculation of materials from
drawings.



Yours Faithfully
Muhammad Shafqat

Muhammad Abdullah
H#436-C St# 28 G-6/1-2,Islamabad,Pakistan.
Contact # 0345-5103927
Email: sunny_abdullah@hotmail.com

Personal Information
Name : Muhammad Abdullah
Fathers Name : Allah Ditta
DOB : 01-01-1990
Permanent Residence : Islamabad
Religion : Islam
Nationality : Pakistani
Languages : English, Urdu, Punjabi
Health : Good, No Physical limitations
Domicile : Islamabad
NIC # : 61101-4133202-5


Qualification
B.E Civil Engineering 2008-2012
National University of Sciences & Technology, Islamabad

Technical Skills

AutoCAD, Sap2000, Primavera P6, Arc GIS, DRAIN 3Dx.
Command over MS Office.
Basic C++ programming
Surveying and Leveling

M.S project

Professional Skills

Good Socializing skills
Good Communication and commanding skills
Team Player
Hard Working
Eager to learn

Accomplishments & Activities

Received Rectors Gold Medal for best undergraduate project of the
year in civil engineering.
Participated in bridge innovation competition.
Raised funds for IDPs and Flood victims at NUST.
Attended international workshop on Education for Managing
Hydrological Extremes and Related Geo-Hazards.
Attended various seminars on seismic hazards and their vulnerability
assessment, Tunneling, Construction Safety Management etc.
Completed 2 weeks Construction machinery course from construction
technology training institute (CTTI) IJP road, Islamabad.


Professional Experiences


June 2012 to April 2013

Organization :Design Advisor Architecture, Consultant.
Job Title : Site Engineer
Project : Jordan Embassy & Ambassadors Residence Diplomatic
Enclave Islamabad, Pakistan.
Job Responsibilities :
Supervision of all construction works.
To look after all finishing works.
To look after all construction activities.

To get work to be done as per drawings and
specifications.
Calculation of materials from drawings.
To entertain all check request, manpower report, and
daily work done report.

May 2013 onwards

Organization: Pak Uk Associates Pvt Ltd.
Job Title: Planning Engineer
Job Responsibilities:
Tentative schedule based on tender drawings.
Comprehensive project schedule
Monthly and weekly work schedule
Monthly and daily progress report
Tool and plant report manpower reports
Materials demand on monthly basis
Procurement schedule















Name: MAMOON IQBAL CHEEMA
D.O.B: 22
nd
Nov,1983
CNIC No: 61101-0735188-5
Mobile No.: 0321-5258591
Email: mi_cheema1@yahoo.com
Cheema.engineer@gmail.com
Qualification: B.S (Civil Engineering)

EMPLOYMENT RECORD:


DATE

ORGANIZATION

DESIGNATION

RESPONSIBILITIES

30th Sep 2010-
Till Date

M/S Pak UK Associates
Islamabad

Site Engineer

-Monitoring the work at
site
-Supervision of labor on
site


8th Jan 2009 to
25thSep 2010

NESPAK, Islamabad

Engineer

- Technical Evaluation
- Financial Evaluation
- Variation Order
- TOC/EOT

1st Dec 2008-
1st Jan 2009

Syed & company

Site Engineer

-Drawing study for
implementation of it
-Calculate Bar bending
schedule
-Supervision of labor on
site








CURRICULUMVETAE

Address: - Village GanderiKhattak
Tehsil & P/O TakhtNasratiDistKarak.
Mobile No: - 0333-9552129

E-Mail Address:-engr_fakher@yahoo.com

OBJECTIVE:-

To join an ambitious team of engineers in a challenging environment where my
creative abilities can be best matured and enhanced to their peak limits so that I
can get best out of life.

PERSONAL I NFORMATI ON:-

Name: - Fakhr- e- Azam
Father Name:- Sher Azam khan
Marital Status: - Single
Nationality: - Pakistani
C.N.I.C No: - 14203-5738718-7
D.O.B: - February 20, 1986
Language: - Pashto, Urdu and English
Religion Islam
Hobbies: - Computer Games & Traveling.


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION:-

1) B.Sc Civil Engineering, University of Engineering & Technology Peshawar in the year
2010.


2) H.S.S.C from Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Kohat in the year 2005 in
1
st
division.

3) S.S.C from Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Peshawar in the year 2002
in 1st division.

COMPUTER SKILL: -

Ms Windows 98 & XP
Internet
MS Office
Auto CAD 2006 - 2007.


Training professional

Field surveying course
Organisedby :University of Engineering & Technology Peshawar,
Period 23 Jan 2010 to 11 Feb 2010.
Final year project
Organisedby :University of Engineering & Technology Peshawar,
Utilization of Rain Water for Domestic Purposes using roof top rain water
harvesting technique

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


2). 1
st
Apr 2012 up to date.
Organization: -Sarhad Rural Support Programme.
Client: -Kpk Government.
Projects: - Link Roads & bridges, Micro hydral Power Generation installation, Sanitation
Facilities, Retaining Walls & Street Soling.
Designation: - Field Engineer.

Responsibilities: -
1. Survey of the Located Area.
2.Supervision the Construction of Link Roads & bridges, Micro hydral Power
Generation installation& Sanitation Facilities.
3.Preparation of Monthly Progress Report.
4. Preparing of Estimate & Drawings of the projects.
5.Worked as a TeamLeader.


1). 1
st
may 2010 up to 1
st
Apr 2012.
Organization: -Artova Engineering & Consultancy (Turkey).
Client: -(Bahria).
Projects: - Housing Project.
Designation: - Technical Officer & Site Engineer.
Responsibilities: -
1.Formulating daily site report.
2. Formulating daily Steel, Concrete & Material report.
3.Formulating Weekly & Monthly Progress Reports.
4. Drawing Work On Auto CAD.
5. Originating BOQ.
6. Originating Subcontractor bills.
7. Implementation & Execution of Construction Work.
8. Dealing with consultant for jointlySite supervision.
9. Managing & Controlling of manpower.
10. Managing,Dealing & controlling of subcontractors.



References:References will be furnished if required.










Contact Number (NEW): 0313-1266916


LIST OF KEP MACHINERY / EQUIPMENTS 6
























List of Construction Machinery
Page # 1

S# Description Qty Year Make/ Model Capacity Condition

1. Batching Plant
(concrete)
One 2007 China 60 Cubic
Metter/H
Excellent
2. Batching Plant
(concrete)
One 2006 China 30 Cubic
Metter/H
Excellent
3. Mobile Crane One 2001 Americans 15 Tons Excellent
4. Dumper Four 1997 Mercedes 5-7 Ton Good
5. Mobile Concrete
Mixing Plant
One

China Fujian
Model:
YHZS2K,50,75
15 Ton Good
6. Pavers Machine One 2000 SPF-45 7000 KG Good
7. Soil compactor Six 1998 Dynapac 5000-
8000VPM
Good
8. Compactor Eighteen
9. Mixer Ten 1 Begs
10. Mixer Ten 0.5 Begs
11. Vibrator Twenty 2009
12. Roll Forming
Machine
Two Full Lenth Excellent
13. Dump level Four Excellent
14. Generator Seven 100 KV Good
15. Generator Twelve 50 KV Good
16. Sheep foot roller One 1998 SP 2111 16 Tons Good
17. Concrete batching Three 1998 Libra 42 MP Excellent
18. Concrete mixer Four 2000 Local (PECO) 18cft Excellent
19. Steel bending &
cutting machine
Four 2001 Catetpillar UK
Kamastu
2.5cy Good
20. Air compressor Two 2001 Caterpillar 300CFM Good
21. Gas cutter Four 2001 Japan 300CFM Good
22. Mobile water tank Three Local 3000Glns Good
23. Theodolite 1 inch Four 2002 Topcon
24. Welding plants Twenty
five
2004 UK and Japan 400&500AMP Excellent

25. Organ Set Fifteen 2009-
11
Excellent/Good
26. Cutting Torches Twenty
Five
2007-
11
Excellent/Good
27. Power Cutter Eight 2008-
11
Excellent/Good
28. Grinder 7 & 4 Fifteen 2009-
11
Excellent/Good
29. Pipe Scaffolding 150000Rft 2007-
11
Local Excellent/Good
30. Steel Shuttering
Plates
150000Sft 2006-
11
Local Excellent/Good




List of Transport Equipment

Page # 2

S# Description Qty Year Make/ Model Capacity Condition

31. Mobile Batching
Plant
One 120 QMH
32. Concrete Mixer
Truck
One Chassis Model
(EQ3260GJ)
Engine Model (C300-20)
12500 KG Excellent
33. Backhoe Loader One 2003 Terramite T9 Diesel
4WD
Excellent
34. Dozer Crawler One 1998 Komastsu D-6/D-8 Good
35. Excavator Two 1998 Hitachi 1.25cy Good
36. Grader One 1989 Komatsu (GD405A2) Excellent
37. Road Roller One 1997 Dynapac (SD 100D) 25 Ton Good
38. Tractor with Dozer
blade
Two 1998 Local Good
39. Trolley with tractor Four 1998 Local 5 Ton Good
40. Trucks Four 2003 Mercedes 10 Ton Good
41. Dump trucks Two 2003 Bylarus (Russian) 30 Ton Good




LIST OF ENLISTMENT 7


























PROOF ENLISTMENT WITH OTHER DEPARTMENTS/ NGOS

1. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT
2. GOVERNMENT OF AZAD JAMMU & KASHMIR
3. CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
4. NATIONAL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY
5. WORKS & SERVICE ORGANIZATION / PAKISTAN ATOMIC
ENERGY COMMISSION










































LIST OF COMPLETED PROJECTS 8




























List of Major Projects Completed During Last Five (05) Years

S.No
Month/ Year
(Period)
Name of work Clients
Contract
Amount
1 15/05/2009
Construction of BHU at Dalola UC Abbotabad
(KPK)
Caritas Pakistan 75.00 Million
2 5/3/2009
Construction of 10 Nos. of Schools Buildings in
Siran Valley Manshera (KPK)
Shelter for Life International
(US) Organization
168.00 Million
3 15/08/2011
Construction of Multifunctional Buildings
Complex at AlipurFarash - Islamabad
Inter Services Intelligence
(ISI)
60.00 Million
4 1/10/2006
Construction of Multistory Commercial Plaza at I-
8 Markaz Islamabad
AL-NAFAIO GROUP
INTERNATIONAL
150.00 Million
5
1/7/2009
200 Units Supporting Medium Term Pre-
Fabricated Shelters Needs for the Earthquake
Affected at Muzaffarabad (AJK)
International Organization for
Migration (IOM)
40.00 Million
6
13/04/2009
Construction of Two Skill Development Centers at
Balakot&Kahori (Muzaffarabad)
International Labour
Organization (ILO)
17.00 Million
8
14/02/2008
Construction and Manufacturing of 30 Nos. of Pre-
Fabricated Buildings for Telephone Exchange at
Muzaffarabad, Neelam, Bagh, Rawlakot, Kotli and
Mirpur (AJ&K)
Special Communication
Organization (SCO)
35.00 Million
8
26/08/2007
Construction of 01Nos. of Multi Story Telephone
Exchange Building at Bagh (AJ&K)
Special Communication
Organization (SCO)
18.00 Million
9
29/09/2006
Pre-Engineered Building for Blood Bank at AIMS
Muzaffarabad (AJK)
International Rescue
Committee (IRC) (US) NGO
5.00 Million
10
10/7/2009
Designing Construction and Manufacturing of 02
Nos. Pre-Engineering Buildings for BHU at Kot
Taryala and Rahim Kot Muzaffarabad
International Rescue
Committee (IRC)
7.00 Million
11
25/02/2008
Construction and Manufacturing of Pre-
Engineered Building for Government High School
Bagna U/C Dana, Muzaffarabad (AJK)
Human Development
Foundation (HDF) NGO
7.00 Million
12 24/02/2009
Manufacturing & Supply of Residential Caravans
at Khost 2B
Mari Gas Company Limited 10.00 Million
13 26/02/2008
Manufacturing of Portable Cabins at Batagram
(KPK)
Save the Children (USA) NGO 5.00 Million
14 22/02/2008
Construction/Manufacturing of Pre-Fab Building
at Bagh (AJK)
Save the Children (UK) NGO 3.00 Million
15 1/4/2007
Manufacturing and Suplly of 20 Nos. of Portable
Cabins for GSM Expension Shelter at Gilgit,
Sakardu, Khaplo, and Sust Northern Area
Special Communication
Organization (SCO)
5.00 Million
16 10/4/2006
Construction/ Manufacturing of Pre- Fab
Buildings and Portable Cabins at Islamabad,
Manshera, Batagram and Bana Alai (KPK)
International Rescue
Committee (IRC) NGO
6.00 Million

17 1/1/2006 Manufacturing of Portable Cabins at Bagh (AJK)
ATLAS Logistic and HANDICAP
International NGOs
6.00 Million
18 5/1/2006
Manufacturing of Portable Cabins at Batagram
(KPK) and Bagh (AJK)
OXFAM GB NGO 6.00 Million
19 1/12/2005
Manufacturing of Pre-Fab Buildings/ Portable
Cabins at Bagh (AJ&K)
MARCY Malaysia NGO 3.00 Million
20 1/11/2005 Manufacturing of Portable Cabins at Bagh (AJK) RedR NGO 3.00 Million
21 9/9/2005
Construction of PDA Commercial Complex No 2
Block A at Rawlakot (AJK)
PDA Government of (AJK) 60.00 Million
























































LIST OF ON-GOING PROJECTS 9





























On Going Projects of Pre-Fabricated Buildings and Permanent
Construction Works



S.No
Month/
Year
(Period)
Name of work Clients
Contract
Amount
1 20/4/2012
Infrastructure Development Project,
Bagh City AJK
BCDP-CWE Bagh AJK
ERRA - SEERA
593.50 Million
2 23/5/2012
Construction of F.G. Public School,
Bagh City AJK
BCDP-CWE Bagh AJK
ERRA - SEERA
100.00 Million
3 10/7/2013
Construction of Academic Block-
Cadet College Muzaffarabad (AJ&K)
Cadet College
Muzaffarabad
97.50 Million
4 26/11/2009
Construction of Government Boys
Inter College (GBIC) at Mirpura
(AJ&K)
Saudi Fund for
Development & Kuwait
Fund (SFD & KF)
Government of AJK
92.00 Million
5 31/5/2012
Construction of Faculty Hostel at
King Abdullah Campus, University of
AJ&K Chattar Klass, Muzaffarabad
AJ&K University 90.00 Million
6 4/12/2010
Construction of Pre-Fab School
Building at SOS Children's Village
Rawalakot, AJ&K
SOS Children's Villages
of Pakistan
30.00 Million
7 8/7/2010
Construction of Jordanian Embassy
and Ambassadors Residence at
Diplomatic Enclave Islamabad
Jordan Embassy 250.00 Million
8 6/5/2010
Construction of GMOS Naka Dhal
Qazian at Bagh (AJ&K)
PWD Buildings/
Reconstruction Bagh
(AJ&K)
8.23 Million
















AVERAGE ANNUAL TUNOVER/ TAX
CERTIFICATES AND AUDIT CERTIFICATES
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AVERAGE ANNUAL CONSTRUCTION TURNOVER
ANNUAL TURNOVER DURING LAST 03 YEARS

YEAR AMOUNT (PKR) USD (RATE) EQUIVALENT US $
2011-12 PKR: 419.603375 Million USD: 90.25 USD: 4.6493448 Million
2010-11 PKR: 335.682700 Million USD: 86.25 USD: 3.891973 Million
2009-10 PKR: 318.530390 Million USD: 86.00 USD: 3.7038417 Million
Total PKR: 1073.816465 Million ------------ USD: 12.2451595 Million

Average Annual Construction Turnover during the
last three years = 1073.816465/3


Rs.357.9388 Million

USD.4.081720 Million
































AVERAGE ANNUAL CONSTRUCTION TURNOVER
ANNUAL TURNOVER DURING LAST 03 YEARS

YEAR AMOUNT (PKR) USD (RATE) EQUIVALENT US $
2011-12 PKR: 419.603375 Million USD: 90.25 USD: 4.6493448 Million
2010-11 PKR: 335.682700 Million USD: 86.25 USD: 3.891973 Million
2009-10 PKR: 318.530390 Million USD: 86.00 USD: 3.7038417 Million
Total PKR: 1073.816465 Million ------------ USD: 12.2451595 Million

Average Annual Construction Turnover during the
last three years = 1073.816465/3


Rs.357.9388 Million

USD.4.081720 Million













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