The project was awarded to ICEM-GEOCE JV on May 22, 2018 by World Bank. The scope of services include to assess and advise on the future climate and seismic risk to road investments in Nepal – through the application of climate and seismic vulnerability assessment of specified roads (some 750 km and 86 bridges, comprising Chinchu-Jajarkot, Khodpe-Chainpur, Satbanj-Darchula, Satbanj-Tripurasundari, Sitalpati-Musikot, Surkhet-Jumla, Talldungeshwor-Dailekh and Narayanghat-Mugling under the WB funded RSDP and NIRTTP) and identify the highest impact or hot spot areas; apply a landscape approach to planning; propose risk mitigation activities to demonstrate a systematic approach to risk assessment and mitigation of roads for the Department of Roads to apply to other sections of the Strategic Road Network and specific road sector projects.
The project was awarded to GEOCE Consultants, TMS, PRECAR Joint Venture on April 23, 2018. The scope of services include preparation of scoping documents, terms of reference and EIA report of Sunkoshi Marin Diversion Multipurpose Project (41 MW).
Nepal Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Project awarded to consortium of Mott MacDonald, Oxfam GB, World Food Programme, GEOCE Consultants and CNI (Confederation of Nepalese Industries) in September 10, 2017 by Department for International Development (DFID). The Project Cost is £ 40 million and it will be implemented in 5 years.
Updating of Hydropower Study Guidelines, 2003 awarded to JV of GEOCE Consultants (P) Ltd, Sanima Hydro & Engineering (P) Ltd and BEAM Consultant (P) Ltd in June 14, 2017 by Department of Electricity Development.
Feasibility Study and EIA of Kankai Multipurpose Project awarded to JV of GEOCE Consultants (P) Ltd, Sanima Hydro & Engineering (P) Ltd and BEAM Consultant (P) Ltd in June 14, 2017 by Department of Electricity Development.
Detailed Design and Construction Supervision of Nagdhunga Tunnel Construction Project awarded to Nippon Koei Co.Ltd-EJEC-NCCE, Japan, GEOCE Consultants (P) Ltd and ITECO Nepal in March 17, 2017 by Department of Roads. The Project Cost is US$ 150 million and it will be implemented in 5 years.