HIGHWAYS & TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING
In the Highways & Transportation Engineering Sector, NESPAK has remained in the lead by providing services ranging from advisory role in policy making to design and construction supervision of several prestigious projects commissioned in Pakistan and overseas.
In this Sector, NESPAK employs more than 300 highly qualified transportation & highway specialists, engineers, surveyors and technicians. These capabilities and experiences are unrivaled by any other consultant in the country.
The engineering services in this Sector are offered for the following fields:
- Urban Roads
- Rural Roads
- Grade Separated Interchanges
- Bridges & Flyovers
NESPAK has the distinction of being the only consulting firm in Pakistan to have successfully undertaken several major international airport projects. It has developed complete expertise to plan and design terminal buildings, runway systems, airfield lighting, telecommunication systems and all other vital components and infrastructure facilities of a modern airport. NESPAK has created a specialty division in this Sector comprising highly qualified and experienced planners, architects and engineers. The designers at NESPAK lay great emphasis on functionality and state-of-the-art systems to provide high level services for airport users.
SEAPORTS AND HARBOURS
In the Seaports and Harbours Sector, NESPAK has acquired extensive experience and a strong record in all aspects of ports, harbours and other maritime engineering consultancy services. The Company’s knowhow now covers all phases of development of new ports/harbours, waterways and improvement/rehabilitation of existing ones. NESPAK has played a vital role in the planning and development of the existing and proposed seaports in the country viz Port Qasim, Karachi Port and Gwadar Mini Port. Besides, NESPAK has been active in Yemen Arab Republic by providing consultancy services for the Port of Mokha. NESPAK also carried out a comprehensive techno-economic study for the inland river navigation from Port Qasim to Sukkur to explore alternative mode of transportation. BOT offers received from private sector companies for the Gwadar Deep Sea Port were also evaluated.