Consultancy Services Rendered By THDCIL– Details
|SI.No.||Name of Agency||Date of Request||Estimated Cost
(Rs in Lakhs)
|Scope of Work|
|1.||Govt of Uttarakhand||Jan ‘2004||Social Gesture.||Complete engineering solution to GoUK for the hill stabilization problem of VarunavatParvat in Uttarkashi and also supervising the execution of works at site as social responsibility. The project is funded by Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India.|
|2.||Govt of Uttarakhand.
||Sept ‘2013||Approx. 270||Complete engineering solutions to GoUK for the hill stabilization problem for 20 locations of various roads in Uttarakhand and technical monitoring during execution of works at site. The project is funded by World Bank and ADB.
(The DPR for all 20 locations have already been submitted. Out of 20 locations, 11 have already been treated through ADB funding.
DPR’s for 2 Locations was submitted to NDMA under funding scheme upto Rs. 15Cr. Both DPR’s has been approved by NDMA. First installments of funds have been remitted to GoUK. Award of work is in process by PWD.
Funding of balance other 5 locations are proposed to be done by World Bank under UDRP plan.
The decision on the funding of 2 leftover locations is yet to be decided by PWD.)
Successfully executed about 14 locations so far.
|(MOU WITH “UKPWD” FOR STABLIZATION OF 20 VULNARABLE CHRONIC SLIDE ZONES)|
|3.||Govt of Uttarakhand.
||26th June ‘2014||Approx. 270||Rajbhawan landslide zone in Nainital
(Treatment Work of Phase-I has been completed. DPR for comprehensive scheme (Phase-II) has been submitted to PWD, Nainital after vetting from IIT-Roorkee. The same is under process of approval from GoUK.)
Underground parking at Mussoorie
(Work of geotechnical investigation for underground parking for 100 vehicles at Mussoorie is kept on hold as advised by PWD).
|(MOU WITH “UKPWD” FOR UNDERGROUND PARKING AT MUSSOORIE & NAINITAL AND RAJ BHAWAN LANDSLIDE ZONE AT NAINITAL”)|
|4.||Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board (SMVDSB) Katra, Jammu & Kashmir||June, 06 2011||Social service.||Design and Engineering Measures for stabilization of vulnerable Zones between Katra and Bhawan.
(A total of about 35 locations have been identified on tracks, out of which 12 locations have been treated in two phases. Balance locations are to be treated in further phases).
|5.||National Water Development Agency (NWDA).||15 Nov 2011||19.83||Power Potential and E&M studies of likely power housed proposed under Damanganga – Pinjal link project.|
|6.||Odisha Hydro Power Corporation Ltd. (OHPC Ltd.)||13 Feb 2012||
|Preparation of Pre-feasibility reports for Pumped Storage Schemes in existing Power station of OHPC.|
|7.||Chhatisgarh State Power Generation Co. Ltd.(CSPGCL)||29th Sept ‘2015||40.0||Preparation of report on Indravati River Basin based on an Integrated Basin concept.|
|8.||Govt of Uttarakhand.
||20th Feb. ‘2017||14.01||Vetting of the 5 locations of slope stabilization DPR submitted by M/s WAPCOS to the government of Uttarakhand.
(DPRs and tender documents of all 5 sites have been Techno-economically studied&vetted by THDCIL).
|(AGREEMENT BETWEEN THDCIL AND (PIU), TA & CBDRM UTTARAKHAND FOR VETTING OF DPR AND TENDER DOCUMENTS FOR THE SLOPE STABILIZATION OF 5 LOCATIONS IN UTTARAKHAND)|
|9.||Govt of Uttarakhand||Jan ‘2017||21.0 Lacs||Design and supervision consultancy for Long term and Short-term stability measures for Tambakhani Chute of Varunavat Parvat Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand (work is nearing completion)|
|10.||Govt of Uttarakhand||Aug ‘2020||20 Lacs +GST||THDCIL is involved in engineering consultancy through a MoU with PWD, Uttarakhand for renovation work of damaged lining of 65 metres tunnel at Rudraprayag – Gaurikand motor marg work, Uttarakhand. The work is in implementation stage.|
|11.||Ministry of Road & Transport (MoRTH)||-||-||In advance stage of MoU signing for Engaging THDC India Ltd. as the 'Consultant' to study landslide susceptibility areas and suggest mitigation measures for stretches under development leading to Chardham including part of Kailash Mansarovar route and to provide suitable design & drawings, reports.|
Updated on : 19/02/2021