Rehabilitation of Nyerere road 0.706km, Nyerere Avenue 0.42km and Kigongi road 0.80km Kabale Municipality
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The Government of Uganda, through the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development (MoLHUD) using funding from the World Bank, formulated a program, Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development (USMID), to improve urban infrastructure conditions in fourteen (14) municipalities of Arua, Entebbe, Gulu, Hoima, Jinja, Kabale, Masaka, Tororo, Soroti, Mbale, Lira, Moroto, Fort Portal and Mbarara. The program is intended to be implemented over a period of 5 years with a projected budget of USD 150million. Kabale Municipal council prioritized 3 roads within the municipality under phase one of the project namely Nyerere road 0.706KM, Nyerere Avenue 0.42KM and Kigongi road 0.80KM. Kabale municipal council (KMC, the employer) and stone construction limited (SCL the contractor) entered in to contract agreement (the contract) for the construction works of Rehabilitation of Nyerere road 0.706KM, Nyerere Avenue 0.42KM and Kigongi road 0.80KM. The agreed contract price quoted in the contract was UGX 13,018,632,421 (Ugandan shillings thirteen billion eighteen million six hundred thirty two thousand four hundred one) Through a letter Ref: CR/2019/1 dated 29 April 2016, the employer set the commencement date as April 29 2016 and possession of the site was given to the contractor on the same date Kagga and partners was appointed as project manager of the project by the employer and the project manager issued a notice to commence works vide a letter ref: KG/02/001/PM dated 2nd May 2016 This report detail all the account of how the project was run from signing the contract through to completion and final accounts Chapter one give details of the project brief, the location of the project, the project area its people and the climatic conditions. Chapter two details the project context, the stake holder analysis, the SWOT (Strength, Weakness Opportunities and Threats) analysis and how these contributed to project success and lessons learnedxiii Chapter three gives details of how the three main parties in the project namely the employer, contractor and the consultant were organized and the relationship between the different structures and the flow of command chain and communication within these structures. Chapter four details the implementation of the project. The author gives the account of the execution of project tusks of mobilization, setting up laboratories, relocation of services, earth works, Sub-base construction, base construction, wearing course construction, drainage works and auxiliary works. Chapter five gives detailed account of the project management from cost management of the project, time management, quality management, risk planning and management Chapter six details the environmental, health and safety management of the project Chapter seven details key decisions made, challenges face and how the challenges where addressed Chapter eight give the conclusions, lessons learned and recommendations.