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        FUTURE CHALLENGES:

 

The work of electrification is a specialized nature of work with limited man power and resources in the market.  The increased target of electrification requires judicious and optimal manpower and also thrust on increased productivity of existing man power.

 

The challenges for achieving ambitious milestone of mission electrification needs to be understood and CORE has devised multi facet strategies and meticulous short term and long term planning to overcome the bottlenecks.

 

 

Following multi-pronged strategies have been adopted for achieving mission electrification in a time bound manner :

 

·       The project units of CORE have been strengthened by way of enhanced delegation of power which has resulted in faster decision making and expeditious progress of electrification. 

 

The requirement for increasing pace of electrification necessitated deployment of existing man power across various projects which has paid dividends in the form of increased output from the existing man power.

 

 

·       Conventional mode of tendering has been switched over to EPC mode of contract which is by its very nature of delivery module (i.e. preparation of designs & drawings, procurement of all the materials, it’s erection and commissioning with physical and financial milestone in a agreed time frame) proves to be an ideal solution in the face of serious constraint of trained man power in RE projects.

 

Milestone based progress, provision of penalty/bonus; prescribed time schedule and no cost variation are main features of EPC contract which may be beneficial for RE project.

 

·       CORE is also considering for engaging PMC services specifically in the sections where EPC contract have been awarded. It will ensure execution of works with due control for safety, quality and cost. Tenders for two sections with 456 RKM has already been invited and tenders for three more sections are in pipeline.

 

 



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