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Title: CENTRAL PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT


1
CENTRAL PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
  • A look at 2006-07
  • Plans for 2007-08

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FINANCIAL MILESTONES ACHIEVED
Rs. in Crores
3
WORK DONE BUT NOT REFLECTED IN WORKLOAD OF
2006-07
  • Technical assistance rendered
  • 172 DPR for development of urban infrastructure
    under JNNURM scheme, valued at Rs. 9955 crore
    processed
  • 405 DPR for works being taken up in North East
    and under UIDSSMT, valued at Rs. 3760 crore also
    processed
  • Large number of valuation cases, rent assessment
    cases.

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OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Following technical publications have been
    brought out in 2006-07, for use by our field
    staff and for use by other organizations
  • Specifications for sub-stations
  • Wet riser systems for fire fighting
  • Specifications for diesel generating sets
  • Schedule of rates for internal electrical
    installations

5
STOCK TAKING OF WORKS
  • Number of works completed during
  • 2006-07 3191
  • Number of works in progress as on
  • 1.4.2007 - 5123

SEBI, Mumbai, 2006
6
5152 RESIDENTIAL UNITS COMPLETED IN 2006-07
Transit Hostel, Delhi, 2007
7
  • 84 Non residential buildings having plinth area
    of 6 million sq.ft. completed during
  • 2006-07

IT Tower, Hyderabad 2007
8
RPO, Bangalore 2007
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0UR ORDER BOOK(CPWD only)
Archeological Survey of India, Kolkata, 2007
  • Total number of capital works (i.e. excluding
    minor/maintenance works) costing more than Rs. 1
    Lakh as on 12.07.2007 is 13497
  • Value of these works is Rs. 23,783 crore

CISF, Hyderabad
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MAJOR PROJECTS IN HAND
  • Commonwealth Games -2010
  • Roads under RSVY PMGSY in Bihar
  • Parliament building for Afghanistan in Kabul
  • Tsunami Reconstruction Programme
  • Border fencing roads along IBB, Indo Pak,
    Indo-China
  • PMSSY health sector
  • Married Accommodation Project for MoD

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MAJOR PROJECTS IN HAND
  • Indian Chancery, Kabul
  • Works for MEA in Beijing, Myanmar, Mauritius
  • Inland Waterways (NW 1,2 3)
  • Tourism Sector
  • Education sector
  • Sports tracks, stadiums and other infrastructure
    facilities for SAI

14
Inside view of proposed Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
15
S.P.Mukherjee Talkatora Stadium Cut Section
Through Roof Showing Different Components
16
  • Development of 2000 Km. of
  • State highways under
  • Rashtrya Sam Vikas Yojna
  • in 33 districts of Bihar
  • (3000 crore)

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RSVY Works in progress
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RSVY Works in progress
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PMGSY117 Roads 1088 Km
21
  • Proposal for 2500 Km being sent

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PROPOSED PARLIAMENT COMPLEX FOR AFGHANISTAN (400
CRORE)
23
Tsunami Reconstruction Programme AN Islands-2007
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SCOPE OF PROJECT FOR CPWD
Name of Islands Type of Construction No. of Permanent Shelters
Hut bay Single Storied 965
Carnicobar Stilt 3369
Chowra Single Storied 376
Teresa Single Storied 506
Nancowry Single Storied 269
Katchal Single Storied 315
Kamorta Single Storied 518
Campbell bay Single Storied 1112
Total 7699
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Carnicobar
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BORDER FENCING AND LIGHTING WORKS
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  • Completed during 2006-07
  • 33 Km of roads
  • 38 Km of new fencing
  • Up-gradation of 300 Km of existing
    fencing
  • 184 Km of flood lighting
  • 9 Border out posts

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Mechanisation in Border fencing works
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ROADS ALONG INDO-CHINA BORDER
  • Uttaranchal
  • Ghamsali to Geldung 24 km
  • Sonam to PDA 15 km
  • PDA to Sumla 05 km
  • PDA to Mendi 03 km
  • Sela to Tendang 24 km

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ROADS ALONG INDO-CHINA BORDER
  • Sikkim (Altitude- 14000-17000ft.)
  • Dombang Chaubakha 25 Km
  • - Gorala
  • Giagong Kerong 24 Km
  • - ITBP Post
  • Thangu-kugnakla- 13 Km
  • - Muthang

33
HEALTHPMSSY
  • Hospitals being done
  • Srinagar
  • Jammu
  • Varanasi
  • Ranchi

34
CN Tower, AIIMS-2007
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50 bedded hospital for BSF At Agartala, 2006
36
Jetty at Patna For IWAI
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PROMOTING TOURISM
Tomb of Malik Ibrahim, Bihar Sharif, 2006
Huen Tshang Memorial, Nalanda,
2006
40
  • A very large number of works of Ministry of
    Tourism Culture in JK, Assam, Uttaranchal,
    Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, UP, Gujarat, Bihar,
    West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, New Delhi,
    Kerala, Punjab, Maharashtra etc. are being
    executed

Bodh Gaya, 2006
41
Illumination of temple at Halebeedu, Karnataka
42
Fatehpur Sikri
43
Holiday Home, Nainital-2006
44
EDUCATION SECTOR
  • Large number of works being executed for
  • IIT Delhi
  • IIT Kharagpur
  • IIT Roorkee
  • IHMs
  • Many Universities and institutions of higher
    learning
  • Schools for JNV and kendrya Vidyalaya Sanghatan

45
Library, IIT Roorkee-2006
46
IIT, Kharagpur
47
EDUCATION
48
Hostel Mizoram University, Aizwal 2007
49
JNV, Phudong, Sikkim
KV, Joka, Kolkata
50
IHM, Srinagar, 2007
IHM, Guwahati, 2006
51
RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODTAION FOR MOD
Sriganganagar, Rajasthan
Jullandhar, Punjab
Janglote, Jammu
52
NEW CLIENTS ADDED IN 2006-07
  • National Law Institute, Jodhpur
  • Advanced Research Centre for Bamboo Rattan,
    Guwahati
  • Vishakhapatnam Steel Plant
  • Lakshmi Narsimha Swamy Devsthanam (temple)
    Simhachalam, Vizag
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Industrial Development Bank,
    Hyderabad
  • Jawaharlal Nehru Vishwa Vidyalya, Jabalpur
  • Maharishi Sandpani Ved Vidya Prathisthan, Ujjain
  • NITs at Hamirpur, Jallandar, Kurukshetra, Raipur,
    Durgapur etc.
  • National Atlas Thematic Organisation
  • Contd..

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NEW CLIENTS ADDED IN 2006-07
  • JK Tourism
  • Gujarat Ayurveda University
  • National Institute of Industrial Training, Mumbai
  • Centre for Earth Studies
  • Indian Institute of Cooperative Management
  • National Aerospace Laboratories
  • Indian Institute of Astrophysics
  • Indian Institute of Science
  • IIM
  • Gandhi Krishi Vikas Kendra
  • ICCR
  • ..

54
NEW THRUST IN MAINTENANCE
  • Repair
  • Retrofitting
  • Aesthetic improvement
  • Enhanced interaction with clients

55
REPAIR RETROFITTING
Process
Process
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PROGRAMME FOR AESTHETIC IMPROVMENT
57
Government colonies, Delhi
58
Type-V quarter Belveder, Kolkata
Before
After
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Council House, Kolkata
5, Esplanade Road, Kolkata
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AESTHETIC IMPROVEMENT OF OFFICE BUILDINGS
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IMPROVED OFFICE ENVIRONMENT
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GLIMPSES OF FEW WORKS COMPLETED IN 2006-07
63
NABARD, Lucknow-2006
64
Residential accommodation, Lucknow-2006
65
Administrative Block, ITBP, Sarhan, 2006
Officers Mess, ITBP, Sarhan, 2006
66
Officers Mess, Humhuma, Srinagar-2006
67
ITBP, Barracks, Leh-2006
68
ITPO Guwahati, 2006
69
Positional Astronomy Centre, Kolkata
Admn. Block, Orissa
Admn. Block, BSF, Azadnagar, WB
70
DELHI POLICE
71
CBSE, Mandawali, Delhi 2006
72
Type-VI Bungalow, Pune-2006
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Chitradurga Gramin Bank, Bangalore -2006
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Auditorium for BSF, karnatka-2007
76
Proposed Office building For CAG, Raipur, MP
77
IDBI, Mumbai
78
INCOME TAX QUARTERS, BANDRA KURLA COMPLEX, MUMBAI
WESTERN ZONE I
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SOME MAJOR GPOA/GPRA WORKS IN HAND
  • GPOA
  • Delhi
  • Pushpa Vihar (180 crore)
  • Rouse Avenue (100 crore)
  • INA (85 crore)
  • Shahadra (22 crore)
  • Hyderabad (24.0 crore)
  • Port Blair
  • Silchar
  • Cochin (19.80 crore)

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  • GPRA
  • Delhi
  • Rouse Avenue (272 crore)
  • Dev nagar ( 175 crore)
  • Aliganj (140 crore)
  • Vasant Vihar ( 45 crore)
  • Bangalore (15.85 crore)
  • Shimla (17.26 crore)
  • Mumbai (11.95 crore)

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GPOA, Akurdi, Pune-2007
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GPRA at Summer Hill, Simla
84
Proposed GPOA, Kavadiguda, Secbad
85
PROPSED GPOA Port Blair AN Islands
Perspective View
86
MODEL FOR FLATS AT ROUSE AVENUE
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THRUST AREA FOR 2007-08
  • Construction
  • Mechanization of construction to ensure
  • Speed
  • Quality
  • Introducing improved construction technologies
  • Ensuring all new buildings are Green
    Sustainable
  • Maintenance
  • Carrying out improvements in existing building
    stock
  • Ensuring better client satisfaction in
    maintenance
  • HRD
  • Skill up-gradation of workers by CPWD Training
    Institute with help of IGNOU CIDC
  • General
  • Better working environment for engineers
  • Early enactment of Engineers Bill
  • Passing of a Construction law for India

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Building for Cabinet Secretariat at Delhi
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MODERN FULLY OUTFITTED BUILDINGS
  • New buildings designed by CPWD reflect
  • Local Architectural practices
  • Latest trends in Architecture
  • Use latest building materials
  • Have building management systems
  • Are barrier free
  • Have rainwater harvesting systems
  • Can be fully outfitted, if required by client

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Income tax office Solan, 2006
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Fully outfitted buildings
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HIDCO BUILDING KOKATA FOR GOVERNMENT OF WEST
BENGAL
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OTHER THRUST AREAS
  • New Works manual to be brought by September-2007
  • Methodology and rates for fast track construction
    of mass housing by September-2007
  • New Plinth Area Rates, incorporating provisions
    for mechanical construction by October-2007
  • Revised Electrical Schedule of rates by
    October-2007

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REORIENTING STRATEGY FOR GROWTH
  • Govt. departments and ministries have freedom of
    choice and CPWD has moved away from a situation
    of captive clients
  • Strategy adopted
  • Attract new clients
  • Project specific focused management
  • Concentrate on major works and stop taking small
    works
  • Strategy has resulted in high value projects
    being entrusted to CPWD

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MISSION TO TURNAROUND CPWD
  • We need to make CPWD
  • An attractive destination for clients and
    professionals
  • Competitive and modern
  • We need to ensure
  • Delivery of projects with quality and speed
  • Client satisfaction
  • We need to give value for money

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NEED
  • More flexibility
  • More say in personnel management
  • More delegation
  • More manpower to handle large volume of work and
    consultancy assignments of JNNURM etc
  • Certain additional facilities for staff working
    on high value projects and in difficult areas

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THANK YOU
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