The RDA will employ a consultant for third-party appraisal: Ring Road
The RDA will employ a consultant for third-party appraisal, Rawalpindi ring Road. In accordance with information made public on July 24, the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) has chosen to appoint a consultant to carry out the economic corridor project’s third-party appraisal. The Rawalpindi Ring Road is a part of this corridor. A consultant has reportedly been hired by the RDA, which is in charge of creating the ring road.
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According to reports, the RDA, which is in charge of building the ring road, has begun the process of hiring a consultant. According to reports, the RDA, which is in charge of building the ring road, has started looking for a consultant. According to reports, the RDA has begun seeking a consultant for the ring road. The RDA, the organization in charge of constructing the ring road, has reportedly begun the search for a consultant. The consultant will make suggestions that will be used to finalize the details of the infrastructure, such as the route of the economic corridor.
The relevant authority and the Planning Commission will decide on these recommendations and proposed changes. It is important to note that, according to Section 59E of the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) Rules, RDA could only give the contract for this project to government-run construction firms. This is why the authority gave the contract to Frontier Works Organization (FWO) for PKR 22.80 billion. As a result, FWO will build a route from GT Road Banth to Thalian Motorway Interchange that is 38.8 kilometers long in two years.