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Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project

Gwalior-Shivpuri 4-Laning Project for NH-3 of the
National Highways Authority of India under NHDP –
Phase-IV

Monthly Progress Report

September2014

Submitted By
Essel Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Roads Pvt Ltd
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Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project

Scope and objective of the Report

This report is being prepared as part of the monthly submissions by the Concessionaire,
Essel Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Roads Pvt Limited, for the execution of the Gwalior-Shivpuri
4-Laning Project for NH-3 of the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) under NHDP –
Phase-IV.

This report is prepared in order to brief the progress about the key developments of the
project during the month of September 2014 and to highlight key issues concerning the
project.

Information being provided in this report supplements the daily, weekly, and other routine
exchanges and correspondence between the Concessionaire and the NHAI.

For the purpose of improved project monitoring, the project has been divided into the
following three sections:

Section-I from Km. 0+000 to Km. 40+000 (40 km)
(Gwalior to Charairehant)

Section-II From Km. 40+000 to Km. 80+000 (40 km)
Charairehant to Karaiahamedpur)

Section-III From Km. 80+000 to Km. 125+300 (45.3 km)
(Karaiahamedpur to Shivpuri)

Period Covered in this Report : September 2014

Monthly Progress Report Number : Nine

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Figure 1: Project Alignment Map

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Table of Content

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Table of Content

Table of Content ................................................................................................................ 5
List of Tables...................................................................................................................... 6
List of Figures .................................................................................................................... 6
Executive Summary .......................................................................................................... 7
1. Background and Project Details ............................................................................. 10
1.1. Project Overview ................................................................................................. 10
1.2. Project Contract Details ...................................................................................... 12
1.3. General Contract Details ..................................................................................... 13
1.4. Salient Project Features ...................................................................................... 13
1.5. Contractual Project Milestones .......................................................................... 14
2. Right of WayStatus................................................................................................... 16
2.1. Land Acquisition ................................................................................................. 16
2.2. Shifting of Utilities and Electrical HT/LT Lines ................................................ 17
2.3. R&R Activities ...................................................................................................... 18
2.4. Tree Cutting ......................................................................................................... 18
3. Progress Briefing – Contractor Activities .............................................................. 20
3.1. Pre-Construction Activities ................................................................................ 20
3.2. Construction Activities ....................................................................................... 23
3.2.1. SECTION –I: Chainage0 to 40 km .................................................................... 23
3.2.2. SECTION – II:Chainage40 to 80 km ................................................................. 23
3.2.3. SECTION –III:Chainage 80 to 125.3 km .......................................................... 23
4. Physical Progress of Work ...................................................................................... 25
4.1. Physical Progress of Work.................................................................................. 25
4.1.1. Highway (LHS) .................................................................................................. 25
4.1.2. Highway (RHS) ................................................................................................. 26
4.1.3. Maintenance of Existing Carriageway ............................................................ 26
5. FinancialProgress of Work ...................................................................................... 28
6. Construction Programme ........................................................................................ 31
7. Quality Control and Quality Assurance .................................................................. 33
7.1. Material ................................................................................................................ 33
7.2. Source Approval of Materials ............................................................................. 34
7.2.1. Cement............................................................................................................... 34
7.2.2. Admixtures ........................................................................................................ 35
7.2.3. Steel ................................................................................................................... 35
7.2.4. Bitumen ............................................................................................................. 35
8. Environment and Safety .......................................................................................... 37
9. Actions required from NHAI ................................................................................... 39
10 Appendices .......................................................................................................... 40
Appendix A: Organization Chart .................................................................................... 41
Appendix B: List of Plants, Machinery and Equipments .............................................. 42
Appendix C: Chainage-wise progress ............................................................................ 43
Appendix D: Project Cash Flow Statement (Planned) .................................................. 44
Appendix E: Project Progress Photographs ................................................................. 45

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....................1................................................................... 33 Table 7........................3-1: Status of Maintenance of Existing Carriageway .................1............................................................................................................. 34 List of Figures Figure 1: Project Alignment Map 3 Figure 2: Typical Highway Cross Section 11 Figure 3: Financial Progress ...................................................................................................................................1-2: Status of Design and Drawings –Structures ......................Planned vs Achieved 29 SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 6 OF 51 51 ..2-1: Source of Procuring Material ........ 25 Table 4. 21 Table 3................ 31 Table 6-2: Program for the Major Project Components (Structures) .......................................1-1: Status of Design and Drawings-Highway ................... 17 Table 2...... Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project List of Tables Table 2..........2-1: Progress of Highway Construction (RHS) ................ 31 Table 7....4-1: Status of Tree Cutting ...1-1: Status of Construction Material ....................................1-1: Status of Land Acquisition .............................1.................. 26 Table 4....... 18 Table 3............................... 16 Table 2...................................................................................3-1: Status of R&R Activities ........................................................................................................2-1: Status of Utility Relocation ................ 21 Table 4... 26 Table 6-1: Program for the Total Project Scope (Highways) ..........1-1: Progress of Highway Construction (LHS) .......................... 18 Table 2.................

Total project site area is 745 Ha. respectively. as required by NHAI and directed through IE. approximately 80 Ha is awaiting clearance and approval from the forest authorities. engineers and labourers working on the project. which amounts to over 32. Chainage 0 to 25 km. No additional areas have been handed over during the current month.Rs 53 lakhs have been raised to NHAI for the maintenance works carried out on the project.for 5 nos box culverts. The Contractor. Based on these target dates. for which the bedding &pipe-laying has also been completed . 4. Out of the area not given possession.77 crores. Out of this the Concessionaire has been handed over approximately629 Ha till the end of August2014. Following major equipment and relevant manpower have mobilised on the site: a. A total of 116 Ha or 16 % is not handed over. 5.34% of the total estimated project cost of Rs 1. Major camps have been set up at Mohana and Kheria for the staff. a bar- chart has been prepared which indicates the schedule for completion of the various SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 7 OF 51 51 . an area of 20 Ha comprising public and private land is also not yet handed over to the concessionaire pending its acquisition by the NHAI. and this includes both the Left and Right hand sides of the carriageway b.07crores in terms of expenditure incurred towards the project. M/sPan India Infrastructure Pvt Ltd (PIIPL) has mobilised on the site for execution of Highways and structures.601. 2. Excavations completed for major bridge foundations at Chainage Km 61. Concessionaire’s organisation chart is attached at Appendix – A. As a consequence. One (1) no. each of RMC. Financial progress of the works is Rs 518. 1. Hot-mix.A total of 225 nos electrical poles have been procured and shifting of 75 nos has been completed.10km. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Executive Summary Following summarises the project overview and key highlights of the project up to and including the month of September 2014. 6. Excavation has also been done for one Hume Pipe Culvert (HPC). b. 40 to 70 km and 100 to 120 km: Clearing & Grubbing activities have been completed for a road length of about 95. WMM and Stone Crusher Plants have been set up and commissioned at both the Mohana and Kheria camps. 3. During the month. Execution of Works is mainly progressing in the following locations: a. and 16 Ha from the wildlife authorities. bills for approx. a total project length of about 40 kmsdoes not have vacant access to 100% Right of Way. To achieve the scheduled 4-laning date of 11th November 2015 in accordance with the Concession Agreement. or approximately 84 % of the site. In addition. target dates have been worked out for completing the highway works and all related structures mid-August 2015. Km 57& km 53.

The targeted completion dates for the various broad elements of the project as per this bar-chart program are :  Major Bridges : June30. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 8 OF 51 51 . 2015  Pipe & Box Culverts : July 22. Whereas all effort will be made to achieve these target dates. 2015  Vehicular Under Pass : End November 2014  Pedestrian Under Pass : May 23. 2015  Toll Plazas & Misc. 2015. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project structures and road sections. 7.  Road Over Bridges : August 15. 2015  Minor Bridges : May 30. :End May 2015 All Highway construction work has also been targeted for completion by mid-August 2015. Monitoring of the project activities will henceforth be done based on this bar chart program. they are subject to reasonable modifications considering ground conditions & any unforeseen contingencies.

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hot mix. Clearing and Grubbing activities have advanced on both the LHS and RHS. forest. works have been taken up for the highways near the Gwalior. The Concessionaire has achieved financial closure on December 13. As of date approximately 84 % of the ROW required for development has been handed over to the Concessionaire. WMM. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 1. 2012 and having complied with all the conditions precedent as stipulated in the Concession Agreement. The cross section of the road along the route is designed to generally consist of bituminous concrete placed on top of layers of bituminous macadam. Project Overview National Highways Authority of India has taken up four laning of NH-3 under NHDP Phase –IV to be constructed between Gwalior to Shivpuri for a design length of 125+300 Kms.9 km long by-passes& 82. The Gwalior to Shivpuri 4-Laning Project consists of construction of four lane road between Gwalior and Shivpuri on NH-3 from Km.65 km of re-alignment.1. which will be new construction in the ghat section. The Concession has been awarded to M/s Essel Gwalior-Shivpuri Toll Roads Pvt Limited for a concession period of 29 years. have been commissioned. Mohana and Shivpuri bypasses. The detailed survey for road and structures has been completed and the EPC contractor has mobilised at site. concrete. Background and Project Details 1. The Authority has declared the appointed date as May 16. Land use along the road is of a mixed nature. with presence of agricultural. GSB. the project construction completion date is scheduled as November11. vacant & interspersed built up land areas. As a first priority. A typical cross-section is shown below: SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 10 OF 51 51 . for major bridges at Km 57 & Km 61 and for 5 box culverts. 36.15+600 (NH-75) to km.236+000 (NH-3). Project offices and laboratories for quality control of the works have been set up and Plants for the production of aggregates. The proposed development includes construction of 5. Major towns and developed areas along the route are Ghatigaon.75km length of road along the existing alignment. Accordingly. 2013. Sub-base and subgrade layers. and also areas of “Son” Bird Sanctuary & Madhav National Park. Mohana and Karaiahamedpur. which requires widening and strengthening as well as new carriageway construction. The project road stretch is a part of Agra-Gwalior-Shivpuri-Indore- Mumbai Road. 2015. The road alignment generally encounters plain & rolling terrain & also passes through Forest areas.

Bus bays and Toll Plazas. 3 Road Over Bridges (ROB’s). Truck lay byes. 49 Minor Bridges. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 11 OF 51 51 .Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Figure 2: Typical Highway Cross Section Major structures along the project alignment include 4 Major Bridges. Also included in the project are the constructions of service roads near urban areas. Pedestrian Under Passes (PUP’s) and one Vehicular Under Pass (VUP). 71 nos. Seventy five (75) Pipe Culverts will be placed at appropriate locations for drainage purposes. Box-Culverts. 9 nos.

on DBFOT basis under NHDP Phase IV Name of Employer : National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) Narender Nagar.C. Kurla (W).473551 Team Leader – Mr Ashok Goyal (Tel 0 91652 76115) EPC Contractor : Pan India Infrastructure Pvt. M. VP (Roads) : National Design Consultant : I. Mumbai – 400070 Tel: +91-22-66012323 Fax: +91-22-66012300 Contact Person: Mr. Projects.Kaushik Pal. Near MoniSagar Gate No 4. Project Contract Details The following tables summarize the technical and contractual details of the project and the contact details of key stakeholders and their personnel: Name of Work : Four Laning of Gwalior-Shivpuri from Km 15+600 (NH-75) to km 236+000 (NH-3) in the state of MP. A-Wing.473551 Name of Concessionaire : Essel Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Roads Pvt Ltd.D. Off. Kohinoor City 513. Kurla (W). Patel Nagar. A-Wing.P. Ltd Kohinoor City 513. & Asia Infrastructure Advisory Services : M/S CDM SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 12 OF 51 51 . LBS Road.). .2.Jayant Torvi.P. TV Tower Road Shivpuri. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 1. LBS Road. Chhatri Road Shivpuri (M. Off. Mumbai – 400070 Tel: +91-22-66012323 Fax: +91-22-66012300 Contact Person: Mr. COO Independent Engineer : M/s CDM Smith Inc C/o Aditya Kumar Parasar.

1% of the amount of Performance Security damages as per CA For delay of each day until such Milestone is achieved.50 m SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 13 OF 51 51 . Vehicular Underpass : 1 No. Length) Total Capital Cost : Rs. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 1.055 Crores (as per concession agreement) Date of Concession : September 9. ROB : 3 Nos.4. Minor Intersections : 30 Nos. No. Toll Plaza : 2 Nos. 2013 Construction Period : 910 days from Appointed date Completion Date : November 11. Truck lay byes : 2 Nos.300 Km.601.60m 1.5 m Width Paved Shoulder : 2 x 1. No. 1. Cattle/Pedestrian Underpass : 9 Nos. of Box Culverts : 71 Nos.Lane Divided Carriage Way : 2 x 7. of Pipe Culverts : 75 Nos. 2012 Agreement Concession Period : 29 Years Appointed Date : May 16.77 Crores Total Project Cost : Rs. Major Intersections : 6 Nos. General Contract Details Some salient features of the Construction Contract are noted below: Length of Road (Design : 125. the following table summarises the major elements of the project construction: Major Bridge : 4 Nos Minor Bridge : 49 Nos.3. Salient Project Features Besides the construction of new carriageways and widening and strengthening of existing carriageways. 1. 1. 4 . Bus Bays : 13 Nos. 2015 Amount of liquidated : 0.

Date Mile Commencement of all Bridges Construction and May 15. Stone -I not less than 10 % expenditure of the Total 2013 & th Capital Cost on 180 day from the Appointed 160. Contractual Project Milestones Following is a listing of the Key Project Milestones: Mile Description Target Date & Stone Amount Mile Commencement of Highway Construction and November 11.00 to 2.2014 Stone -II not less than 30 % of the Total Capital Cost on & 481.0 m Footpath / Sidewalk / Built : 1.00 m Width Earthen/Granular Shoulder : 2 x (1.0m & 4.50m Service Road Built up Section : 7.0 m Approaches of VUP/ Flyover : 7.00) m Central Median Urban/ Built up /Rural Section : 12.00 Cr.5 m up Section 1.00 Cr th 365 day from the Appointed Date Mile Commencement of all Project Facilities and May 15.77 Cr. Scheduled four laning date shall occur on 910 4 Laning day from the Appointed Date 2015 date & 1601. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 14 OF 51 51 .00 Cr.5.5m & 2.2015 Stone -III not less than 70% expenditure of the Total & 1121. th Capital Cost on 730 day from the Appointed Date Scheduled th November 11. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 2.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Right of Way Status SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 15 OF 51 51 .

This is an in principle approval where by the forest authorities have prima facie reviewed & accepted the proposal.060 Road Carriageway available 3 Reserve /Protected 80.379 135. 84%).011 7.079 115.289 80. The balance land area not currently available for the project comprises about 80 Ha of Forest and 16 Ha of wildlife authority land. 0 forest (Not Requiring Diversion of Land 5 Govt. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 2. is yet to be made. as per process 3a Notifications 2 Clear land of Existing 238. the land available for work is over 629 Ha (Approx.289 Stage-I forest formal approval approval from MOEF acquired( 64.044 629. Another 20 Ha of revenue and private land is in the process of acquisition.259) 4 Reserve/ Protected .0 metres. land to be 147. Description Land Land Land Not Remarks No. that out of a total of 745 Ha. Table 2. Right of WayStatus 2.56% SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 16 OF 51 51 . 1 Private Land Vested 263. Accordingly.1-1: Status of Land Acquisition Sr.765 3D under with Central Govt.25 Ha.43% 15.776 256. Acquisition available for Cleared/ Area in Ha. the Status of Land availability as on April 30.965 % 100% 84. work in Ha. NHAI has obtained stage І approval for 64.1. The current status tabulated below shows.540 Total 745. However out of 80Ha forest land.06 238.371 3D under transferred process 6 Wild life land 15.008 12. Encumbra nce in Ha. Land Acquisition As per the Concession Agreement.540 15. the project requires a Right of Way (ROW) of 60. wherein the declaration of acquisition by NHAI as per section 3-D of the NHAI Act. 2014 is summarised in the table below.

These include a water supply line. out of a total of 26 nos.5 Nil 1. The estimated cost is approximately Rs. as shown in the table below. 6. The PHE department of the Shivpuri division has completed the shifting of all the 17 nos hand pumps.73crores under the Gwalior Section and Rs 7. the shifting of 18 nos.2. hand-pumps has been completed. Shifting of Utilities and Electrical HT/LT Lines To proceed with the project construction. Table 2. and the rest are in progress.2-1: Status of Utility Relocation Sr.No Authority Description Unit Total Work Balance Scope Done 1 MPMKVV Electric lines Km 58 Nil 58 2 MPPHE Water supply Km 1. The current estimates are based on the 2012 SOR and the same is being revised based on the SOR for the year 2014. Estimates have been done for the shifting of the water supply pipeline & related items mentioned above.60 crores for works under the Shivpuri divisions of MP MKVV. For the Gwalior division. . SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 17 OF 51 51 . besides Electrical lines.5 line 3 MPPHE Hand Pumps No 43 35 8 Estimates for shifting of the above Electric lines have been prepared. several utilities are required to be shifted under the supervision of the respective authorities. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 2. hand pumps.

of Temples/Mazaar 22 Total Nos. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 2. Tree Cutting Table 2. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 18 OF 51 51 .4-1: Status of Tree Cutting Particulars Unit Total Permission obtained Trees to be cut No 17700 4599 Cutting completed No 600 0 Balance No 17100 0 The Concessionaire has initiated the process for payment of deposit to the Tree Authority to cut the trees coming within the ROW.4.3-1: Status of R&R Activities Particulars Total Total No. A detailed list of obstructions and encumbrances has been prepared and these are being removed progressively in the areas already handed over. R&R Activities The following structures coming within the ROW already handed over to the Concessionaire are being demolished after resolving the related rehabilitation and payment issues. for which a the Stage – II approval is still awaited.Shifted 0 Balance 22 2. Table 2.3. The trees for which cutting has not commenced are lying within the forest and wildlife land.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Progress Briefing – Contractor’s Activities SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 19 OF 51 51 .

 The total tonnage of aggregates corresponding to the above is about 19 lakh MT.  A detailed list of Plant. Progress Briefing – Contractor Activities 3. b) Surveys The Design Consultants have completed the pre-design survey works and have obtained an inventory of highways and structures.5 lakh MT. GSB.  The number of Hume pipes of various diameters available at site is over 1400. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 20 OF 51 51 . have been completed and all the required data for designs has been obtained. WMM and Stone crushing.41% and RCC Hume Pipes-40% have already been procured / manufactured for the project works. The Plan and Profile. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 3. as well as the Pavement Designs for the entire 125. as well as for ROB’s.  Aggregates to the extent of 67%. Construction Methodology submitted to the IE in January 2014 has been reviewed and accepted. Plant & Equipment:  Two nos plants each are mobilised and commissioned for RMC. GSB is approximately 6. Pre-Construction Activities a) Resource Mobilisation Materials:  Material Procurement has been done to a large extent. etc. equipment and plants by EPC Contractor has advanced to a great degree. Hot-Mix. Machinery and Equipment is attached in Appendix B. vehicles.30 km project length has been completed and reviewed by the Independent Engineer (IE). Geo-technical investigations for minor and major bridges.  Mobilization of man power. Site offices and Quality Control Laboratories have also been set up.1. at Mohana & Kheria towns.

300 125. Nil Nil Details) 7 Toll Plaza (Aid No 2 .300 125. At grade island & Toll plaza location Table 3. Nil Nil Posts) 8 Truck Lay Bye No 2 .Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Table 3. Nil Nil 9 Bus Bay with Bus No 13 . Description Unit Total Design Reviewed by Good for Construction No Scope completed IE Drawing Issued Sch.30 Nil 2 Plan & Profile Km 125.0 3 Typical Cross Type 11 11 11 Nil Sections 4 Major Intersections No 6 . Nil & Plantation GSI location.3 75. Nil Nil 11 Street Lighting Km . Nil Nil 12 Land Scaping Km Median. B 1 Pavement Design Km 125.300 125. Nil Nil Intersections 6 Toll Plazas (Typical No 2 . Nil Nil Shelter 10 Road Signs Km .1-2: Status of Design and Drawings –Structures Sr. Nil Nil 2 MJB No 4 4 4 Nil 3 MNB No 49 49 49 Nil 4 VUP No 1 1 1 Nil 5 PUP No 9 9 9 03 6 Pipe Culverts No 75 75 75 Nil 7 Box Culverts No 71 71 71 Nil SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 21 OF 51 51 . Nil Nil 5 Minor No 30 . B 1 Rail Over Bridge No 3 .1-1: Status of Design and Drawings-Highway Sl Description Unit Total Design Review By IE Good For Construction No Scope completed (GFC) Drawing Issued Sch.300 125.

2012 Ministry of Environment & Forests Environmental clearance for the project has been granted by the Ministry of Environment & forest onMay10. km 109+900 and at km 121+040 respectively. following permissions / clearances / licenses / approvals have been acquired for the project:  Quarrying permission from the State Govt  Permission of Village Panchayat & Pollution Control Board for installation of stone crusher. The National Wild Life Board (NWLB) clearance for both the Madhav National Park. The General Arrangement drawings (GAD’s) of these were submitted to the relevant Railway Authorities and all the three GAD’s were approved by them vide their letters dated August 20. asphalt plant and use of borrow area  License for the use of explosives for quarrying  State Govt permission to draw water from river / reservoir  License from Inspector of Factories or other competent authority for setting up batching plant  State Govt permission for cutting of trees.259 Ha has been obtained on November 21. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 22 OF 51 51 . as well as SON bird sanctuary is awaited.Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project c) Authority Approvals Railways Included in the project alignment are three nos. 2013. 2013 In addition to the above. 2012 and May 24. Stage – I forest clearance for 64. ROB’s at Chainage km 2+050.

2.1.2. SECTION – II:Chainage 40 to 80 km a) Highway  Clearing and Grubbing work has been completed for a length of 3 km between chainages Km 74+000 to Km 77+000. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 3. 59+645. 3.3. excavation for all foundations have been completed except for Pier P3 and P4 in the river-bed portion.  Work has also commenced at five nos box culvert locations at Km 50+745 . SECTION –III: Chainage 80 to 125. on both the LHS and the RHS.3 km a) Highway  No Clearing and Grubbing work was done in this section during the month of September 2014. 60+055. SECTION –I: Chainage 0 to 40 km a) Highway  Clearing and Grubbing work has been completed for a length of 36. work has commenced at various locations in each of the three sections along the alignment.  Embankment construction has commenced in this section during this month and the placement of the first layer for a total length of 1. the construction works have progressed as mentioned below: 3.2. 60+881 and 63+765 3. up to and including this month.  For the Major Bridge at Km 57. b) Structures  Foundation Excavations have been completed for all abutments and piers.2.11 km has commenced between the chainages of Km 46 to Km 61. up to and including this month. during this month.2. at the Major Bridge site at km 61. on the Left hand side. Up to and including this month. The detailed Chainage-wise progress in Appendix C SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 23 OF 51 51 . Construction Activities Out of the clear fronts available to the Concessionaire within the ROW and along the alignment. The total length of road for which this item has been executed in this section is now 38.8 km on the Left Hand Side in this section.3 km. The total length of road for which this activity has been achieved so far in this section is 20 km.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Physical Progress of Work SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 24 OF 51 51 .

0 23.300 0 0 0 0 7 DBM Km 125.30 3.3 Grubbing 3 Embankment Km 125.30 51.30 20. Achieved No.90 2 Clearing and Km 125. Highway (LHS) Table 4.300 61.300 0 0 0 0 6 WMM Km 125.1.300 0 0 0 0 SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 25 OF 51 51 .00 64. Physical Progress of Work The following tables summarize the quantum of work achieved towards the construction of the various elements of the highway.1. 1 Tree Cutting km 125.300 0 0 0 0 4 Sub grade Km 125. Physical Progress of Work 4. September Date % 14 -14 Qty.1. Total Total Up to In Description Unit Up to Achieved Scope August. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 4.300 0 0 0 0 5 GSB Km 125.0 30.0 10.1-1: Progress of Highway Construction (LHS) Sr.1.300 0 0 0 0 9 Road Furniture km 125.300 0 0 0 0 8 BC Km 125. both LHS & RHS 4.

0 23.00 0 2.90 2 Clearing and Km 125. Description Unit Total Up to In Total Up September to Date August - -14 Qty. patch work etc.300 20.2.Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 4.00 3 WMM Km 133 6.80 0 30. 14 1 Earthwork in Km 133 0 0 0 shoulder 2 GSB Km 133 2.300 0 0 0 0 9 Road Furniture km 125.80 24. Scope Up to In Total Up Achieved August -14 September to Date % -14 1 Tree Cutting km 125.0 20.1.1. is in progress along the project Highway.58 Grubbing 3 Embankment Km 125.3.300 0 0 0 0 5 GSB Km 125. as required Table 4.0 30.30 4 BM Km 133 133 0 133 5 SDBC Km 133 80 6 86 6 Structures No 146 10 0 10 repair/culvert SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 26 OF 51 51 .300 30.30 14. Description Unit Total Achieved No.300 0 0 0 0 4.3-1: Status of Maintenance of Existing Carriageway Sr.2-1: Progress of Highway Construction (RHS) Sr. Maintenance of Existing Carriageway The existing carriageway maintenance like pot holes.1.0 10. No. Highway (RHS) Table 4.1.300 0 0 0 0 4 Sub grade Km 125.300 0 0 0 0 7 DBM Km 125.300 0 0 0 0 8 BC Km 125.300 0 0 0 0 6 WMM Km 125.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Financial Progress of Work SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 27 OF 51 51 .

Rs53 lakhs (approx. 32.34 % against the cumulative targeted progress of 41. As most of the initial physical mobilisation has been completed. Hence. and also to set up the camps at various places along the alignment. this shortfall will now have to be largely covered through progress payments to the contractors.  The above expenditure has been incurred on setting up the various plants and equipment for the project. there has not been any progress related payments to contractors engaged on the project. the achieved financial cumulative progress is. indicates that the actual financial progress is presently lagging behind the planned figure by Rs 139 crores. Financial Progress of Work  Up to and including the month of September 2014.  The concessionaire has worked out the planned cash flow details for the entire project duration and these are attached at Appendix D  A snapshot of the S-Curve up to and including this period shown below.  During the month.)  The approximate costs incurred on the project till date areRs518.02 % as per the financial programme. executing the project works SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 28 OF 51 51 . bills were submitted to NHAI for the following works done by the Concessionaire : Maintenance works….07Crores as against the planned expenditure of Rs 657 Crores.Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 5. procurement and production of aggregates and materials.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Figure 3: Financial Progress .Planned vs Achieved SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 29 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Construction program SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 30 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 6. 2015. 2015 (82. 2015 Box Culverts (71 nos.) September 01.9 km) January 01. 2015 Widening &Construction.) September 01. 2014 July 22. 2015 121+040 Minor Bridges (49 nos) September 01. : The various structures to be constructed as part of the project and their planned start and end dates are shown in the table below : Table 6-2: Program for the Major ProjectComponents (Structures) Description Start Date End Date Major Bridges at Ch. 2014 May 23. the total scope of highway works for the project falls into the following broad categories for which the start and completion dates have been targeted as shown below : Table 6-1: Program for the Total Project Scope (Highways) Description Start Date End Date New Carriageway Construction (82. 2015 61+827 Major Bridge at Ch. has been targeted for completion by August15. 2014 April 29.65 km) 2015 The above scope has been broken down into various heads and the completion of these items including the carriageway construction. 109+900 and September 01. 2015 August 15. 2014 April 22. 2014 April 09. 2015 June 02.) September 01. 2014 July 11. 2+050. 2015 May 30. 2015 Miscellaneous works September 01. 2015 VUP ( 1no. 2015 PUP’s (9nos. 2014 August 15. (5.) September 01.75 km) September 9. 2014 May 30.75 km) Construction of Bypasses (36.). 57+915 & September 01. 53+782. of existing C/way October 02. 2015 SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 31 OF 51 51 . Construction Programme Based on the requirements of the Concession Agreement (C. 2014 Toll Plaza Construction March 01. 83+678 September 01. 2015 Pipe Culverts (75 nos. 2015 Construction of Re-Alignment portion May 17. 2014 November 27. 2014 June 30. 2014 August 15. 2015 ROB’s at Ch.A.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Quality Control and Quality Assurance SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 32 OF 51 51 .

M20. M30. - 3 BITUMEN MT 55000 . 635860 40. Material Construction materials like aggregates. 695 30. GSB. . cement and bitumen are being tested regularly. 820 500 . - 5 GSB MT 1560000 635860 . 570 248 . sand. . These designs are now available for grades M15. 500 60. .76% 7 RCC Hume pipe (a) 1200mm Dia No. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 7.88% Furthermore.14 1 AGGREGATES MT 2855500 1898067 1898067 66.1-1: Status of Construction Material SR. A site laboratory has been set up with all equipment required for testing soil. Bitumen.47% 2 STEEL MT 17187 . soil samples from borrow areas. aggregates. M25&. - 4 CEMENT MT 136000 . Materials are being tested in the Contractors Laboratory as per MoRTH Specifications and Indian Standard Codes. ITEMS UNIT SCOPE Cumulative QTY Cumulative % No. Concrete Mix Designs for different grades have been finalised during this month.97% (c ) 600mm Dia No. Trial mix design for concrete with different admixtures is also in progress. aggregate and concrete. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 33 OF 51 51 . Production and stocking of aggregates. QTY procured QTY Procured during procured up to month of up to August-14 September September -14 . 248 43. 2250 695 . The following table shows the up to date position: Table 7.1. Quality Control and Quality Assurance 7. WMM.50% (b) 1000mm Dia No. GSB are being produced by stone crusher located at the Mohana & Kheria towns. GSB material. procurement of all other construction materials is in progress.

2. submitted to Ultra Tech(OPC 43) & Ambuja NHAI/IE OPC 43 Grade 8 Bitumen (VG-30) . C SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 34 OF 51 51 . To be submitted SS1) 10 Curing Compound Fosroc Test results submitted to NHAI/IE 11 Water Bore Well Mohana Camp Test results Bore Well Kheria Camp submitted to NHAI/IE 7. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 7.2. Shree Ultra(OPC 43). Table 7. Source Approval of Materials The following sources of materials have been approved by Concessionaire. To be submitted 9 Emulsion (RS-1 & . Material Source Remarks No 1 Coarse Aggregate Mohana & Kheria Materials conform 2 Fine Aggregate Mohana & Kheria to Specification 3 GSB Mohana & Kheria 4 Stone Dust Mohana & Kheria Test results conform to Specification 5 Steel TATA Tiscon Fe500 D Test results SAIL Fe500D submitted to NHAI/IE RINL TMT JSPL TMT 6 Admixture Fosroc Test results submitted to NHAI/IE 7 Cement Jaypee & Vikram Premium.1.2-1: Source of Procuring Material Sr. ACC Test results (OPC 43).

2. Admixtures Sample material tested at EPC contractor’s lab & results are found confirming to specifications. Steel Sample material tested at EPC contractor’s lab & results are found confirming to specifications.3. & have to be submitted for third party testing.4. 7. 7. Bitumen Sample material tested at EPC contractor’s lab & results are found confirming to specifications. & have to be submitted for third party testing. & have to be submitted for third party testing SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 35 OF 51 51 .Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project ement Sample material tested at EPC contractor’s lab & results are found confirming to specifications. 7. & have to be submitted for third party testing.2.2.2.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Environment and Safety SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 36 OF 51 51 .

regular sprinkling of water by tankers is being done for dust abatement. housekeeping. cutting of trees coming within the road alignment will be necessary. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 37 OF 51 51 . . such as traffic management. etc.  As mentioned earlier in this report.  At the quarry and crushing plants.Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 8. are being taken care of during the execution of the project. The required compensatory tree plantation programme will be taken up in hand as per the guidelines of MoEF approval. area barricading and traffic management. which is under review.  A detailed Environment Management Application Plan (EMAP)has been prepared and submitted to the Independent Engineer (IE) on 14th August 2014 and conditionally approved. Environment and Safety  Various issues related to environment and safety. disposal of waste materials and oil spillage. safety signages.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Action required from NHAI SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 38 OF 51 51 .

NHAI is requested to deposit the supervision charges with the concerned department. Applicable permits : NHAI is requested to secure the stage-II forest clearance for about 80 Ha of land. 2. Shifting of EHT Line : A total of five EHT lines would be required to be shifted in order to proceed with the project construction. which has been pending since the Appointed date. is still pending. Procurement of the Site : NHAI is requested to procure the balance 15. 4. Shifting of Electrical utility : NHAI is requested to approve estimates of electrical utility shifting and deposit the required supervision charges with the respective departments. Actions required from NHAI Concessionaire requests NHAI to take early action on the following issues : 1.57% of the land so as to provide the concessionaire vacant access to 100% Right of Way. This procurement. Site to be free of encumbrances : NHAI is requested to provide the site free from all encumbrances. 5. SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 39 OF 51 51 . This is pending since 12th August 2013. 3. which was to be completed by 12th August 2013. Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 9.

Machinery and Equipment Appendix C : Chainage-wise progress Appendix D : Project Cash Flow Statement Appendix E : Project Progress Photographs SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 40 OF 51 51 .Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project 10 Appendices Appendix A : Organization Chart Appendix B : List of Plant.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Appendix A: Organization Chart SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 41 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Appendix B: List of Plants. Plant & Capacity Min. Machinery and Equipments Sr. Mobilized Condition of Location No Equipment / Make Requirement Equipment working/ breakdown 1 Crusher Plant ( 350 TPH 1 1 Working Mohana with sand classifier unit) 2 Crusher Plant 250 TPH 1 1 Working Kheria 3 HMP 200 TPH 2 2 Working Mohana & Kheria 4 WMM Plant – 200 TPH 2 2 Working 5 RMC Plant. 60cum/hr 2 2 Working 6 Excavator 5 5 Working 7 Loader 3 5 Working 8 Grader 5 5 Working 9 JCB backhoe 3 3 Working 10 Hydra 1 2 Working 11 Hywa (Tippers) 14 Working 12 Weigh Bridge 2 4 Working 13 Tandem Roller 4 4 Working 14 Vibratory Roller 6 6 Working 15 PTR Roller 2 2 Working 16 Apollo Sensor 2 2 Working Paver 17 Tractor 2 3 Working 18 Bitumen Sprayer 1 1 Working 19 Needle Vibrators 7 7 Working 20 Welding Machine 1 2 Working 21 Dewatering pump 2 Working 22 Air Compressor 1 Working SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 42 OF 51 51 .

300 Clearing and Grubbing RHS Upto Previous Month This Month Total up to date July-14 August -14 From To Length (KM) From To Length (KM) Length (KM) 0+500 15+400 14.0 10.30 3.00 20.000 47+000 67+000 20.90 54+100 57+000 2.80 SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 43 OF 51 51 .Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Appendix C: Chainage-wise progress Clearing and Grubbing LHS Upto Previous Month This Month Total up to August -14 September-14 date From To Length (KM) From To Length (KM) Length(KM) 0+500 15+400 14.400 2.80 0.00 7.00 5.900 15+400 22+400 7.00 64.90 14.100 54+100 57+000 2.000 50+000 54+100 4.90 60+000 63+000 3.40 108+000 118+000 10.00 Total 30.000 Total 61.9 2.900 77+000 79+400 74+000 77+000 3.9 14.00 30.00 108+000 118+000 10.00 10.1 4.90 2.

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Appendix D: Project Cash Flow Statement (Planned) SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 44 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Appendix E: Project Progress Photographs Clearing and Grubbing Operation Grading of Embankment at Ch 63+000 SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 45 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Rolling of Embankment at Ch 63+000 Laying of Hume Pipe for Culvert at Ch 51+250 SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 46 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Transit Mixers at Ch 59+150 Hot Mix Plant (200TPH) at Mohana camp SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 47 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Batching Plant (60cum) with cement store at Mohana camp Rolling of Embankment at Ch 61+000 SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 48 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Shifting of Electrical Poles Testing Laboratory at Mohana camp SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 49 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Maintenance work of Existence Road Maintenance work of Existence Road SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 50 OF 51 51 .

Gwalior Shivpuri Toll Road Project Ready Mix Concrete Plant at Ch 58+950 SEPTEMBER 2014 IPAGE 51 OF 51 51 .