Ministry of Finance, Pakistan
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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. Construction of NUST Teaching & Research Hospital on BOT basis

NUST intends to develop, through private sector participation, an state of the art 505 bed Teaching and Research Hospital on BOT basis. Under BOT modality, private sector will be responsible to finance construction of the Project from its own resources (through prescribed combination of debt and equity finances), operate the Project for a defined concession period (tentatively 25 years) and transfer the Project back to NUST, at no cost, at the end of concession period. NUST will be providing land in its premises as a concession to the private party. The Project expects to provide a wide array of advanced medical facilities to the people of twin cities, ranging from simple OPD procedures to complex cardiac surgeries. The Project will supplement government’s efforts in promoting tourism by stimulating demand for medical tourism in the country.

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.

1. Construction of Water Transmission Pipeline on PPP basis:

CDA, in collaboration with RDA and Cantonment Board Rawalpindi, intends to develop through private sector participation a Water Transmission Pipeline and allied infrastructure from Ghazi Barotha Dam to the twin cities, to address the current water shortages and cater for future water requirements for the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. The Project’s feasibility study is in the process of being updated to make it compliant with the PPP parameters of the Project being bankable for the private sector while offering value for money solution to the Government.

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