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  • subsidies & intensives from govtbank loan support and interest rate & repayment periodwhat project mgt softwares used in project (A)how do they control the resources (A)project management systems used - planning, organising, scheduling, (A)controlling monitoring (A)financial mgt - sources of finance (A)
  • subsidies & incentives from govtbank loan support and interest rate & repayment periodwhat project mgt softwares used in project (A)how do they control the resources (A)project management systems used - planning, organizing, scheduling, (A)controlling monitoring (A)financial mgt - sources of finance (A)
  • Terminal 3_Indira Gandhi International Airport

    1. 1. G06 120 Sahil GovindwarG06 131 Ankita KolamkarG06 139 Rohit Lokhande
    2. 2.  Location – Delhi Owner – Airports Authority of India (AAI) Airport type – Public Project type – PPP joint venture Runways – 3 Area of IGIA – 2110 Hectares Terminal 3 – Phase 1B of entire
    3. 3.  Terminal 3 area – 5,53,887 sq. m. Passenger capacity - 3.40 Cr annually 168 check-in counters 95 immigration counters 78 passenger boarding bridges 14 baggage reclaim belts 30 aircraft parking baysSource: NCAER’s Economic Impact Study
    4. 4.  30 security channels 92 travelators 34 escalators 63 lifts 20,000 sq.m. of retail space 4300 car parking capacity 90 roomed hotelSource: NCAER’s Economic Impact Study
    5. 5.  11700 sq. m. of fabric roof Inclined automatic walkway 85000 sq. m. of glass curtain wall Corian cladding works 1,07,000 sq. m. of granite flooring
    6. 6.  Construction of Terminal 3 contributed… - Rs. 2571 Crores to India’s GDP - 35000 jobs over a 3 year period Operation of Terminal 3 contributes… - Rs. 4290 Crores to India’s GDP (avg.) - 64007 jobs annually Contributes 46% of its revenue to AAI for renovation of other existing airports and construction of new ones. Source: NCAER’s Economic Impact Study
    7. 7.  1996 - Modernization idea June 2003 - Approval Bidding started in 2004 Abolished in September 2005
    8. 8. • Cabinet approved restructuring of Delhi & Mumbai airports by JV methodSeptember • AAI incorporated DIAL and sold 74% of DIAL’s shares to 2003 the consortium. • AAI signed an Operation Management Development Agreement (OMDA) with DIAL April • GoI signed State Support Agreement stating nature of 2006 support • AAI handed over IGI airport, DIAL on ‘as is where is basis and granted it the right to undertake functions of operations, May maintenance, development, design, construction, 2006 modernization, finance and management.
    9. 9.  Inadequate airport infrastructure due to increase in private and international operators. Requirement of Rs. 40,454 Crores to augment existing airports and construct new greenfield ones. Revenue surplus generated by AAI was grossly inadequate to meet this requirement.
    10. 10. Stakeholders 26.00% 3.90% 50.10% 10.00% 10.00%GMR Group Fraport AGEraman Malaysia India Development FundAirports Authority of India Source: CAG’s Report on IGIA’s PPP Implementation
    11. 11. Ministry of Civil Aviation DIALFraport AG Eraman AAI GMR India Development Malaysia Fund Larsen & HOK Parsons Brinckerhoff Toubro Design Consultant International Inc. Project Management Meinhardt Mott McDonald Engineering Airbiz
    12. 12. 80706050403020100 Changi Heathrow Beijing (China) Delhi (India) (Singapore) (London) Passenger Capacity (in millions) Construction Time (in months)
    13. 13.  British Construction Industry Award for Best International Project (2010) Rated as best improved airport by Airports Council International (2011) Ranked as 4th best airport in the world in the category of 25-40 MPPA airport (2011)
    14. 14.  NEC - Family of contracts - Facilitates the implementation of sound PM principles and practices - Defines legal relationships. NEC3 Professional Services Contract (PSC) - consultant and works packages NEC3 Engineering and Construction Subcontract (ECS) - provision of airport rescue and fire fighting vehicles NEC3 Term Service Contract - system operation and maintenance contracts for GMR
    15. 15.  Initial stages – File Transfer Protocol Systems Subsequent stages – Aconex  Implemented by L&T  Online collaboration system that linked all project data and teams  Managed over 3,00,000 documents and 10,00,000 mail items  Powerful keyword search capabilities
    16. 16.  IGIA – Terminal 3 used the DB approach which is most common for public works. Owner selects a single firm (or consortium) to perform both design and construction under a single contract. Benefits - Reduced owner risks, accelerated schedule, lower costs, clear accountability and responsibility, reduces conflicts and litigation, and improves design and construction efficiency.
    17. 17.  M/s Parsons Brinkerhoff International Inc. advised on design review, contract management, project control and co-ordination Engineers India Ltd was appointed as Independent Engineer by AAI EIL reviewed design, drawing and specifications to assess compliance with finalised Development Plan, Development Standards and Requirements of the project
    18. 18. Source: CAG’s Report on IGIA’s PPP Equity (AAI) 637 Implementation Equity (GMR) 1813 Loans 5266Security Deposits 1471Internal Accruals 50Development Fee 3619.49 TOTAL 12857 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 Rupees (in crores)
    19. 19. Cost (in crores)1400012000100008000600040002000 0 Estimated as per At Financial Closure Actual Cost MDP Cost (in crores)
    20. 20.  DIAL appointed Jacobs Consultancy to carry out a benchmarking study Benchmarking was done with 5 other similar and recently constructed airports Comparisons were done in terms of  Total cost  Cost per square metre  Cost/MPPA
    21. 21. 1789 IGIA 3563 52.6 2948.2 Madrid 3894 70.2 4100 Heathrow 11614.1 146.4 3800 Beijing 4222.2 88.4 1600Kuala Lumpur 3337.5 64 2800 Bangkok 4973.4 62.2 Total Cost (in million USD) Cost/sq.m. of GFA (in million USD) Cost/MPPA (in million USD)
    22. 22.  IGIA incurred lowest total cost and cost/sq.m. except Kuala Lumpur In terms of cost/MPPA IGIA recorded better figures than all other airports Therefore, in spite of cost overrun, the expenditure is not out of limit.
    23. 23.  Cost estimated for 7,00,755 sq. m. Work done for 9,47,000 sq.m. Change in scope during detail design – Additional Rs. 1015 Crores Construction of new ATC tower and ACC was pre-poned Requirement of reinforcement material increased from 59,203 MT to 1,16,847 MT Increase in cost of steel from Rs. 27,000/MT to Rs. 43,143/MT
    24. 24.  Combining local make with foreign make for electrical high end fittings resulted in cost saving Change of cables from Copper to Aluminium for HT lines In fire detection and protection works, the cost was reduced by using ductile iron pipes
    25. 25. • 42% cost overrun but not out of limit • Caused by change in scope COST• Completed in July2010 before CWG • Significant change- On schedule caused cost• Crashed using DB escalationapproach • Quality was not compromised at all TIME SCOPE
    26. 26.  Government of Delhi lost at least Rs.1185 crores to develop 48.5 acres of land around airport. No security post is available at T3 IGI airport, the security check is only after the customers’ desk.
    27. 27. Water WasteManagement ManagementAir Quality Energy Control Management
    28. 28. Date Year DescriptionSep 29 2006 DIAL submits Master Plan for modernization & restructuring of Delhi AirportOct 13 2006 DIAL appoints Parsons Brinckerhoff as Project Management Consultants for the modernization of Delhi AirportDec 11 2006 DIAL awards Design and Construction Contract of Delhi Airport to Larsen & Toubro.Feb 17 2007 Sonia Gandhi Lays Foundation Stone of Terminal-3 at IGI Airport.May 07 2007 Airbus A380, worlds largest passenger aircraft, made its maiden landing in India at the IGIAOct 11 2007 DIAL has been awarded the prestigious ISO 9001:2000 quality certificate for Indira Gandhi International Airport.Feb 17 2009 DIAL awards In-building Communication Solution to Quippo Telecom for IGI Airports under construction Terminal 3
    29. 29. Date Year Description Feb 2009 New Domestic Departure Terminal 1D inaugurated 26Jul 03 2010 New Integrated Passenger Terminal 3 (T3) Inaugurated at IGIAOct 14 2010 Terminal 3 of IGIA wins British Construction Industry Award (BCIA) as the best International Project from amongst 180 International Projects Feb 2011 Indira Gandhi International Airport Rated as Best Improved 16 Airport at ACI AwardsJul 13 2011 Boeing 787 Dreamliner makes it’s Indian debut at Delhi Airport Feb 2011 Ranked as 4th best airport in the world in the category of 25-40 16 MPPA airport Apr 2011 T3 of IGI Airport first amongst the worlds airports to get LEED 04 NC Gold rating
    30. 30.  R. K. Sahu - Senior Project Manager HOK (London)- Architecture Services Mott MacDonald - Civil Works
    31. 31.  Telephony - telephones, fax and PDQ connectivity Managed LAN Services Wireless LAN Fibre cabling Flight Information Display Systems (FIDS) Staff Information Systems (SIS) CCTV IPTV - television connectivity ATMs
    32. 32.  Flexible Schedule Excellent pay Benefits
    33. 33. Project Phases Key Activities Status  New International Terminal- T4 Planning  Expansion of T3 including piersPhase 3 (2012-2016)  New ATC Tower  Fourth Runway  New Terminal - T5 PlanningPhase 4 (2016-2021)  New pier for T5 and Contact Stands  New Terminal for LCCs – T6 PlanningPhase 5 (2021-2026)  Expansion of T3 and T4 piers  Remote stands for T6  New strengthened runway
    34. 34. The end is only a new beginning...

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