Consultancy services for techno-economic analysis, detail design studies, and supervision of construction of four rest stops (intervening stations included in rest stops) on Tema-Paga roaf Corridor, Ghana....more
Year : April 2013 – August 2013
Client: WB and Ghana Road Authority
Main project features: Economic and Financial analyses of Construction of 4 Rest Stops along Tema-Paga Road
Positions held: Team Leader cum Transport Economist
Activities performed: The project is supposed to promote economic growth and social development in the Rest Stops areas. The project will improve the quality living of people of the areas. It will enable continuous economic activities and reduce poverty, generate employment and increase road safety.
Activities performed: As TL (i) maintained coordination with supporting multidisciplinary team of experts like design engineer, pavement specialist, traffic engineer, social and environmental experts, survey engineer etc, so that experts can perform in tandem, (ii) maintained cordial professional relationship with client (iii) monitored progress to comply submission milestones (iv) discussed with client to all important issues (v) submission of periodic progress report (vi) initiation of measures to ensure timely completion of project.
As Transport Economist responsible for Baseline Survey on 4 Rest Stops to assess needs of truck drivers, estimation of traffic forecasting, identification of beneficiary groups like traders, service providers, development post-construction impact assessment mechanism, development of operation of Rest Stop areas.
Carrying out Economic and Financial analyses of the projects in pursuance of PPP format, the main areas of activities are: analysis of capital cost and maintenance paradigms, estimation of Viability Gap Funding level, project and equity IRR, DSCR, willingness to pay estimation, fixation of concessionaire period, IDC, NPV of revenue stream, analysis of different conditionality of financial instruments, identification of risk.