NESPAK Reopens Office in Iraq

By John Lee.

National Engineering Services of Pakistan (NESPAK) has set up an office in Iraq, reports The News.

Managing Director Amjad A Khan said that the company has set up its office in Baghdad to deal with the East Gharraf [Gharaf] project awarded by the Ministry of Water Resources.

The project marks the restart of NESPAK operations in Iraq after 23 years, and is aimed at providing sustainable irrigation and drainage facilities to around 390,000 acres of land in Nassiriya and Kut Governorates, between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.

NESPAK will provide topographic survey and detailed design services for irrigation and drainage networks. The duration of the project is 25 months.


(Picture: NESPAK Head Office in Lahore, Pakistan)

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