1. Construction of Sukkur Hyderabad Motorway on BOT basis:

The Project envisages construction of 300 km long green-field 6-lane access controlled motorway connecting Sukkur and Hyderabad cities on BOT basis at a tentative cost of more than US$ 2.3 billion. Private party will be financing construction of the Project from its own resources, operating it for a defined concession period and transferring it back to NHA at no cost  at the end of concession period. The Project’s concession period is proposed to be 25 years (including 3 years construction and 6 months financial close period). The Project had been floated in December 2016 and currently it is in procurement phase.

2. Pakistan Post Reforms Agenda:

Pakistan Post is actively pursuing its reforms agenda as approved by the Prime Minister and have identified two of its projects that can potentially attract private sector participation. These two projects are ‘Mobile Money Solution’ and ‘Logistics’ projects. PPPA is advising Pakistan Post as to how to structure and develop these projects so that their successful implementation and execution can be realized in cost-effective and efficient manner.

3. National University of Science & Technology (NUST) Science & Technology Park (STP):

NUST intends to build STP on 50 acres of land to facilitate tech companies and other stakeholders in carrying-out their R & D activities in state of the art and sophisticated world class facility. NUST is seeking private sector participation to help realize this dream and PPPA is assisting NUST on structuring and developing this project on BOT basis so that a VFM solution can be derived for both the public and private sectors.

4. Pakistan Railways (PR) – Upgrading Main Line 1 (ML1) on BOT basis

PPPA has been engaged by Planning Commission to provide feedback on the feasibility study of ML1 to see whether upgradation of ML1 can be undertaken on BOT basis.      

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