As per clean and healthy environment requirements, sewerage of the residential units must be disposed-off in standard manner which should result neat and clean of the area as well as be beautification through plantation. There is requirement of average size waste water treatment plant within GPA Housing Complex to make the housing society clean and green. At this time there is no such proper waste water disposal system except soakage pits which looks too much ugly due to frequent over flowing. Project is located at GPA Housing Complex Gwadar.
Project approved by DDWP of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs vide its meeting dated 14th April, 2022 at a cost of Rs. 103.790 million for a period of 18 months.
Maintenance dredging involves the removal of sediments that have accumulative since the previous dredging operation. To Carry out maintenance dredging in order to remove silt, mud gravel and other materials (deposited with passage of time due to sedimentation and natural & unnatural processes) in Navigational Channel, Turning Basin & Berthing Area up to the designed depth. The project will enhance port efficiency by facilitating safe and quick inward and outward vessel traffic, without having to wait for the tide or face berthing difficulties due to inadequate depth of water.
PC-I of the project was approved by CDWP during its meeting dated 27th January, 2023 at a cost of Rs. 4669.763 Million with an implementation period of 17 months.
The security of ports is crucial for national economy and security in the current hybrid threat environment. Despite IMO's international codes, Gwadar Port lacks full implementation. This project aims to design and recommend security measures, gadgets, and civil work to safeguard the port from unauthorized access and potential threats, ensuring compliance with IMO's ISPS rules through regular monitoring and audits. Successful implementation will enhance Gwadar Port's security, protecting national interests and economic activities.
Project approved by DDWP of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs vide its meeting dated 14th April, 2022 at a cost of Rs. 252.350 million for a period of 12 months.
The main objective of the project is to provide potable water to meet the needs of the Free Zone and Industrial area in Gwadar, adhering to WHO standards. A water supply line will be laid from the 1.2MGD Desalination Plant of GPA to Gwadar Free Zone to meet the water requirement and cater to the growing demand for water in the area.
Project approved by DDWP of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs vide its meeting dated
31st May, 2023 at a cost of Rs. 140.558 Million with an implementation period of 12 months.