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1 Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MPWT) Asian Development Bank Kingdom of Cambodia Flood Damage Emergency Reconstruction Project Output 1: National and Provincial (FDERP and FDERP-AF) ADB Loan Number : 2852-CAM(SF)/3125-CAM(SF) AusAID Grant Number: 0285-CAM(EF) Version 1 December In Joint Venture with VIDO ENGINEERING (CAMBODIA)

2 Document quality information Document quality information General information Author(s) Project name Document name Date Reference Carl E Berrentsen/TL., Ya Samol/DTL //Flood Damage Emergency Reconstruction Project Output 1: National and Provincial National and Provincial / PART A; FDERP PART B; FDERP- AF Addressee(s) Sent to: Name Organisation Sent on (date): H.E. Kem Borey Project Director, PIU January, 2015 Mr. Nay Chamnang Project Manager, PIU Copy to: Name Organisation Sent on (date): 2 PIU 1 PCMU 2 ADB History of modifications Version Date Written by Approved by: Page 2 December 2014 Version 1

3 Contents Part A: Flood Damage Emergency Reconstruction Project (FDERP) Summary Introduction Key Activities this month Mobilization and Contract Variations Stage 2 and 3 Activities during the reporting period Assistance with Project Management Workshops and training Civil Work Implementation Status Overall Schedule and Physical Progress Stage 2 and 3 Progress Status and Issues Safeguards and Gender Issues Quality Control and Correspondence Project Management and Issues Procurement Consultants Services IPCs and Disbursements Progress Photos of On-going Contracts Part B: Flood Damage Emergency Reconstruction Project-Additional Financing (FDERP-AF) Summary Introduction Key Activities during this reported period Consultants Activities Mobilization Stage 2 and 3 Activities during the reporting period Assistance with Project Management Civil Work Implementation Status Overall Schedule and Physical Progress Stage 2 and 3 Progress Status and Issues Stage 2 Civil Works Stage 3 Progress Page 3 December 2014 Version 1

4 Contents 7.4. Safeguards and Gender Issues Quality Control and Correspondence Project Management and Issues Procurement Consultants Services IPCs and Variation Disbursements Progress Photos Page 4 December 2014 Version 1

5 Acronyms and Abbreviations Acronyms and Abbreviations ADB AusAID BER BME BOQ CARM COI CSC DBST DC DDIS DMF DS EA EIRR EMP EMP GDPW GMS HATAPP HDM IA ICB IEE IPC PRC JV LFIS MEF MLMUPC Asian Development Bank Australian Agency for International Development Bid Evaluation Report Benefit Monitoring and Evaluation Bill of Quantities Cambodian Resident Mission (of ADB) Corridor of Impact Construction Consultant Supervision Double Bitumen Surface Treatment Direct Contracting Detailed Design and Implementation Service Design and Monitoring Framework Dry Season Executing Agency Economic Internal Rate of Return Environmental Management Plan Environmental Monitoring Plan General Department of Public Works Greater Mekong Sub-region HIV/AIDS and Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Program Highway Development of Public Works Implementing Agency International Competitive Bidding Initial Environmental Examination Interim Payment Certificate Procurement Review Committee Joint Venture Loan Financial Information Services (ADB) Ministry of Economy and Finance Ministry of Land Mapping Urban Planning and Construction Page 5 December 2014 Version 1

6 Acronyms and Abbreviations MOU MOWRAM MPWT MRD NCB NR PAM PCMU PDPWT Memorandum of Understanding Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology Ministry of Public Works and Transport Ministry of Rural Development National Competitive Bidding National Road Project Administration Manual Project Coordination and Monitoring Unit (MEF) Provincial Department of Public Works PDLMUPC Provincial Dep. of Land Mapping Urban Planning and Construction PDWRAM PIU PPTA PR PRC PP RFI RGC RP ROW SEU SGIA TA TOR VO VOC Provincial Department of Water Resources and Meteorology Project Implementation Unit Project Preparatory Technical Assistance Provincial Road Procurement Review Committee Procurement Plan Request for Inspection Royal Government of Cambodia Resettlement Plant Right-of-way Social and Environment Unit Second Generation Impress Account Technical Assistance Terms of Reference Variation Order Vehicle Operating Cost Page 6 December 2014 Version 1

7 Part A: Flood Damage Emergency Reconstruction Project (FDERP) 1. Summary 1.1. Introduction Background, Scope and Outputs The Flood Damage Emergency Reconstruction Project (FDERP) is an emergency infrastructure restoration project in Cambodia with an objective to implement a number of reconstruction projects in the following 5 Provinces; Prey Veng, Kampong Cham, Siem Reap, Banteay Meanchey and Battambang, (See map in Figure 1A). FDERP was introduced after a reconnaissance mission by ADB to Cambodia in December This Mission was conducted as a result of destructions to 18 of the country s 24 Provinces, caused by severe typhoons in September and October The scope and objectives of the Program are to restore the following key infrastructures damage by the 2011 floods: (i) National and Provincial Road Restoration; (ii) Rural Restoration; (iii) Irrigation and Flood Control; and (iv) Project and Flood Management in the flood-affected Provinces. The ultimate outcome of the project is to restore critical public and social infrastructure assets to their original standards or better, while the intended impact of FDERP s implementation is also to provide economic and social recovery from the damages (The contract for the design and supervision consultancy was signed on June 21, 2012.) The emergency reconstruction project is being implemented over a 3.5 year period and cofunded between ADB and Australia Aid through an Emergency Assistance Loan (EAL). The Project was approved on 27 March 2012 and became effective on 14 May The loan closing date is 30 September 2015 and the Grant closing date is March 31 st The overall Project cost is $67.18 million equivalent. An amount of SDR 35,347,000 ($55 million equivalent at the time of loan negotiation) is provided by the Asian Development Fund (ADF). The Government of Australia provides a grant of A$ 5.0 million ($5.25 million equivalent). The Government of Cambodia contributes $6.93 million equivalent in safeguards costs, in addition to providing in-kind expenditures through staff support, office and communication facilities and is covering the costs of taxes and duties. The FDERP project includes three components which are managed by three Implementation Agencies (IA): i) Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MPWT), ii) Ministry of Rural Development (MRD) and iii) Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWARM). All IAs report to the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) which is the Program s overall official Executing Agency (EA). The MEF is coordinating and managing the Emergency Program of the three Implementing Agencies through the Project Coordination and Monitoring Unit (PCMU). This report is Part A of a two-part progress report which covers the activities of national and provincial roads restoration through the month of December 2014 under the directive of MPWT Page 7 December 2014 Version 1

8 in cooperation with the design and construction supervision consultant, in addition to working daily with project contractors and relevant FDERP Stakeholders. MPWT s initial total budget of FDERP for the original Scope of restoration of National and Provincial and bridges amounts to $ Million 1. The loan contribution to the National & Provincial is $ 19, and the grant to the works component (Component 1) is $ 2,276, The original scope which was defined back in March 2012 has been revised over the last two years to its present format and TOR with10 individual Civil Works Contracts being implemented in three stages. As of December 2014; 7 of these projects have been completed and handed over to the Client. Stage 1: Immediate repairs to re-establish use of the infrastructure on a temporary basis and restore communications. (Completed in 2012) Stage 2: Fast track repairs of three contracts in Prey Veng and Kampong Cham Provinces where it was considered necessary to fully repair the damage before the next wet season. (Awarded through Direct Contracting in May 2012 and completed 1 st Quarter of 2013). Stage 3: Seven (7) individual Flood Damage Restoration contracts will complete the repairs and reconstruction of remaining damages of the original civil works of the program; preferable within the following two dry season construction periods. These projects were tendered and awarded to 6 contractors in National Competitive Bidding (NCB) and one Contract awarded to a Joint Venture in International Competitive Bidding (ICB), planned to be completed in June The scope of the individual Civil Works contracts changed over time from the initial plan. The Original scope of works as set out in the 2012 Agreement is shown in Table 1A for Stage 2 and in Table 2A for Stage 3. The subsequent changes to the FDERP from regular ADB review missions are documented in the MOUs shown in Table 3A; which shows the revised and most current project scope which is being followed today. As of December 2014, the three remaining contracts under construction of the initial 7 project packages under Stage 3 are shown in Table 3A. Part B of this report includes a new Flood Emergency Restoration project to FDERP, which original was identified in December Damages were caused to infrastructure in the northern regions by rains and floods in September and October Investigations were conducted in December, followed by a Fact Finding Mission in January 2014, based on which a supplementary project with Additional Financing was launched (FDERP-AF). The scope and progress of this project is covered in Part B of this report. Figure 1A is a Map which shows the location and designation of all projects of FDERP and FDERP-AF. 1 Refer MOU (Inception Mission) Para II; 2 Page 8 December 2014 Version 1

9 Figure1A: Overall Map of FDERP *) and FDERP-AF **) Projects B.Meanchy CW14 CW10a, CW10b & CW10c CW15 & CW16 Siem Reap CW8 CW11& CW12 (CW11/12) CW13 Battambang K.Thom CW9b& CW9a CW3, CW6a, CW6b, CW6c& CW7 K.Cham FDERP FDERP-AF Provincial Center CW: Civil Work Phnom Penh CW1, CW2, CW3, CW4 & CW5 Prey Veng *) FDERP reported in Part A **) FDERP-AF reported in Part B Page 9 December 2014 Version 1

10 No. Location Table 1A Stage 2 Subprojects (original-2012) Province Road Starting Point End Point 1 Prey Veng NR 11 Kompong Leav Prey Veng NR 11 Kompong Cham PR 270 (Detour road) Dimension Length RD BR W 2 11 Works Description DBST Road will have function as a protection dyke Water gate Slope protection Baray Kaot Bridge PK PK Baray Lex Bridge 11 Prey Veng Krong PK Bridge Sam Put Thour PK Bridge 1 11 Ampil Krao Bridge PK & approach road Kompong Cham Peam Chi Kang 45 9 Rokar Bridge No Notes: Location Table 2A Stage 3 Subprojects (original-2012) Province Road Starting Point End Point Kampong Cham Kampong Cham Banteay Meanchey PR 270 PR 270 Kampong Cham Peam Kang Chi PR 159c Ou Prasat PR 159b Commune, Mongkul Borey District (Jct NR 5) Peam Kang Ro Koun Chi Ka Soeu Commune, Mongkul Borey District Dimension Length RD BR W Works Description DBST Laterite Bridge Bridge Bridge Bridge Bridge DBST DBST 15 pipe-culvert 6 box-culvert (a) The width of the road/bridges above describes the initial proposed width of the carriageway + hard shoulder. (b) During the bridge design, walkway was added with a number of structural improvements. Page 10 December 2014 Version 1

11 Contract No. MPWT-CW1 MPWT-CW2 MPWT-CW3 MPWT-CW4 MPWT-CW6a MPWT-CW5 MPWT-CW6b MPWT-CW6c MPWT-CW8 MPWT-CW7 Table 3A. Revised scope of works (Current Program: FDERP) General Description Emergency Reconstruction of 2-km detour road in Prey Veng province, Krong Prey Veng Bridge PK88+900, and Rung Damrey Dyke Emergency Reconstruction of Baray Lex Bridge PK in Prey Veng Emergency Reconstruction of Koh Rokar Bridge in Kampong Cham Emergency Reconstruction of Baray Koeut PK in Prey Veng province Emergency Reconstruction of DBST 8.5km PR No.270 in Kampong Cham Emergency Reconstruction of Sam Put Thour Bridge PK and Ampil Krao Bridge PK in Prey Veng province Replace 3 structures on PR No. 270 section from Koh Roka to Peam Chikang in Kampong Cham Replace 7 small structures on PR No. 270 section from Peam Chikang to Rokakong in Kampong Cham Emergency Reconstruction of PR No.159B&C in Banteay Meanchey and Battambang provinces Estimated Contract Value Procurement Method Prequalifi cation of Bidders (y/n) Advertisem ent Date $3.41 million DC N NA $2.64 million DC N NA $1.01 million DC N NA $1.32 million NCB N 21/Aug/12 $1.4 million NCB N 21/Aug/12 $2.20 million NCB N 21/Aug/12 $3.53 million NCB N 20/Dec/2012 $2.77 million NCB N 20/Dec/2012 $9.5 million ICB N 17/May/201 3 Emergency Reconstruction of 8.1km of DBST road PR No.270 in Kampong Cham $1.5 million NCB N 16/Oct/2013 Comments Contract Date: 22 May 2012 $3,711, Completed Contract Date: 22 May 2012 $1,992, Completed Contract Date: 22 May 2012 $1,328, Completed Contract Date: 06 Dec 2012 $806, Contract Date: 06 Dec 2012 $1,268, Completed Contract Date: 08 Jan 2013 $1,325, Completed Contract Date: 18 April 2013 $ 2,927, Implemented with Variations Contract Date: 11 April 2013 $1,522, Completed Contract Date: 30/Sep/13 $8,795, Amended on 4-Dec-14: $9,852, Contract Date: 20/Dec/13 $1,431, Under Completion MPWT=Ministry of Public Works and Transport, CW=Civil Works, DC=Direct Contract, NCB=National Competitive Bidding, NA=Not Applicable ADB Missions (Dates, findings and recommendations) Inception Mission (July 2012): The Inception Mission of FDERP was undertaken from July 2012 with the objectives to review and discuss the followings: a) ADB s Procurement and disbursement procedures, b) the project financing plan; c) the time table for compliance with the loan covenants, the budget allocations, d) the project administration manual (PAM); and e)in general evaluate the implementation of Stage 2 s civil work contracts. Following the Inception Mission, the MOU was signed on 31 July Page 11 December 2014 Version 1

12 The original scope of project CW6 in Kampong Cham was expanded through CW6a plus adding two more projects; CW6b and CW6c as shown in Table 3A. During this mission, it was also discussed when to split CW8 of Battambang/Banteay Meanchey into 3 separate packages due to some resettlement issues. In July 2012 the DBST Project in Kampong Cham under CW7 was put on hold pending approval of funds. Joint Loan Review Mission (21 January-8 February 2013): The Joint Loan Review Mission was undertaken from 21st January to 8th February 2013 to review the physical, financial and procurement progress of Stage 3 projects. The MOU was signed on 27 February In general, ADB was satisfied with overall performance of the project with civil work implementation and quality of works under Stage 2; ADB also agreed to use of saving from Stage 2 to implement Rung Damrey Dyke in Prey Veng City as variation to Contract CW1. Three (NCB) contract packages under stage 3 were awarded (CW4, CW5 and CW6a) and bid documents for the bridge projects in Kampong Cham: CW6b and CW6c were opened on 23 January Funds were allocated for MPWT to proceed with procurement of CW7 (DBST 8.1km on PR270), which had been placed on a temporary hold. Joint Mid-term Review Mission (25 November-13 December 2013): The Joint Mid-term Review Mission was undertaken from 25 November to 13 December An overall review was conducted of the implementation and physical/financial progress of the project. The Mission MOU was signed on 28 January ADB was satisfied with the overall implementation of the project. However, it was noted that the actual contract awards and actual disbursements were lower than the projections. In general, Stage 2 civil works of MPWT s plans were completed. In addition; For Stage 3, 2 CW 4 and CW5 bridge contracts in Prey Veng Province were completed by the end of At the mission, ADB provided no-objection to award CW7 as sufficient funds were available for this project. A new issue of a potential expansion of the program due to recent floods in the north was brought up at the December Mission. ADB requested MPWT to provide an assessment on the extend of damages cause by the flood in September-October In addition it was agreed in principle with MPWT to use the savings from completed Civil Works contracts of Stage 2 and Stage 3 to finance repairs to the damaged roads in Kampong Cham and to the areas affected by soil erosion and slides. Particular attention was paid to improve side slope protection and river bed sections of the three bridge projects of CW6b, which will be covered in a separate scope review, separate funding and Variation Orders. Joint Review Mission (3-16 June 2014): A Joint Review Mission was undertaken from June 3 to 16th The Mission also undertook joint site visits with the IAs and the Supervision Consultants to assess work progress and review contract implementation. Page 12 December 2014 Version 1

13 The Mission MOU was signed on July 16, ADB concluded that the project is progressing satisfactorily, both in terms of physical progress as well as in awarding contracts and disbursements. The Mission further agreed with MEF that unallocated funds should be utilized to cover some short falls in work categories which might face negative balances. The Mission recognized that various projects have been delayed and also hampered by damages caused by the floods in 2013, (refer the November/December Mission and MOU). It was agreed that the estimated combined costs of $1.42 Mill required for extra works of project CW6b in Kampong Cham and CW8 in Banteay Meanchey and Battambang Provinces can be re-allocated under separate variation orders. The Project Consultant compiled technical scope and estimated costs in a report for each sub project contract package and sent to PCMU and MEF for review on 21 August Subsequent to this submittal, various discussions were conducted related to the background and scope of such variations and the required format to record and present the same. The details of these additions were documented in a draft PRC minutes in early September. FDERP Review Mission (24 Nov to 22 Dec 2014). A Joint Review Mission was undertaken from Nov 24 to Dec 22, 2014 to review the items similar to the mission in June, starting from Kick off meeting on 24 Nov, followed by the visits to the Project sites and wrap-up meeting. Inception Mission to FDERP-AF (11-22 August 2014): The schedule, objectives and outputs from this mission is covered in Part B of this report Key Activities this month Sharing of works. The main activities during the month of December continued to be split between the original FDERP scheme and the Additional Financing projects (FDERP-AF) the latter is covered in Section B. Budget and invoicing A prolonged transition period of 8 months services was necessary for the consultancy inputs for both FDERP and FDRP-AF in design and supervision tasks. After various revisions requested to the formats of relevant documentation and invoicing (e.g. individual Time Sheets between the two loans etc.), the Consultant submitted two invoices on December 2014 to the total amount of $ 548, for FDERP-AF. 3 Projects; FDERP The projects which are still in progress of FDERP s Stage 3 contracts are: a) CW6b; The three bridges in Kampong Cham implemented by Seaboard Construction, b) CW7; The 8.1 Km DBST road constructed in Kampong Cham by Tang Kim Eng Co., and c) CW8; i.e. the ICB JV road project in Banteay Meachey and Battambang Province; i.e. the 34.2 Km DBST upgrading of PR 159. The completion certificate for CW7 will be issued on January, 2015 with minor items left. Page 13 December 2014 Version 1

14 Project CW6b/Kampong Cham and Contract Amendment. Overall Contract Amount: $2,927, Mill. Additional works were required to resolve the increasingly evident tasks to provide this project with additional protection against erosion and embankment sliding. Hence, various schemes were proposed. An early and preliminary estimate was made to an amount of $420,000; which was documented in the July 2014 MOU. As the construction of the project is nearing completion, the financial status became clearer; both as far as cost of works done and required added works. The consultant submitted proposed contract variation of an amount $3,290, (added cost $362,526.23) to MPWT, and sent to PCMU and MEF on 21 August 2014 for review and approval. A revised version was sent on 29 September 2014 following a meeting with MEF and PCMU on 17 September Due to the added works required and the definition of such scopes, the contractor has not yet applied for an extension beyond the present Oct 15 th 2015, while the Performance Bank Guarantee is valid to January As a result of further erosions of the river banks at bridge CW6b-1 and approach slope damages, additional survey and investigation were contacted by the contractor and the consultants (including a separate geotechnical report) based on which an improved scheme to protect the bridge area from further damage was completed. The contractor is progressing with these rectifying works with the objective to complete before the 2015 rains. An international soils expert will be mobilized by the Consultant in January to assist in designing an improved slope protection scheme. Project CW 8/Battambang and Contract Amendment. Original Contract Amount: $ 8,7965, The estimated additional cost is due to unforeseen soil conditions, slope protection works and various design changes to the bridge as requested by the Client, is in excess of $1.0 Mill. The Variation package of an amount $9,852, (added cost of $1,056,510.31) was submitted to MPWT and PCMU on August 21 and revised on 29 September 2014 following a meeting with MEF and PCMU on 17 September ADB provided NOL to these proposed Contract variations on 1 December ADB noted that that there are savings under CW5, CW6a and CW6c contracts and savings under loan category 01A, which can be used to cover the cost increase required for this contract. The Contract variation was signed between MPWT and Ung Simsia and Seaboard Joint Venture on 4 December Mobilization and Contract Variations As mentioned in Section 1.2 the main activities this month concentrated on construction supervision of the 3 remaining contacts of FDERP with emphasis to push the contractor of CW6b, CW7 and CW8 to complete the works soon. More details are provided in sections 2.2 and 2.3, plus description in general of Civil Works implementation in section 3.1. Page 14 December 2014 Version 1

15 For the completed FDERP projects, the Defect Liability Certificate for CW4 was issued on 4 th November after all has been repaired and approved. Similarly with Project CW5 s 2 bridges in Prey Veng Province constructed by Royal Mekong, the Contractor repaired defects and the Defect Liability Certificate will be issued in January, Contractors Variations. As mentioned above, the Consultant continued to review status of additional works of Projects CW 6b and CW8 with the Contractors, the Client and PCMU during this period. Contract Variations for both CW6b and CW8 were submitted to the Client. To save time the scope of the individual sub items which have been approved are being completed, weather permitting. The contractor s most current variation for CW8 was signed in December 4 th, Consultancy Variations. The original Consultancy Design and Supervision Contract amounts to $ 2,316, A revision through VO #3 (Contract Amendment #2) was issued 8 November 2013 which resulted in an increased contract amount of 2,802, Emergency tasks in planning, design and procurement of the new projects in the northern regions of the country were added to the original FDERP scope, through additional financing (FDERP-AF) of works. These new tasks were primarily based on the results of the joint Fact Findings between MPWT, ADB and MEF in January 2014, and in turn was the basis for the Consultant s VO# 4. The VO included internal shifting of man-months to a total Zero cost value, in order to allow work to start and person months to be available to kick start the works of FDERP- AF (Refer Section B). ADB s NOL to Variation Order # 4 was issued on May 5 th Variation Order #5 (VO AF-1) was a result of the added design and supervision works required under FDERP-AF, plus realignment of staff to match the required tasks. A range of versions were submitted with changes in scope, manpower implementation and construction schedules all to be within the budget and cover the work outlined in the Inception Mission. (Refer Section 1.2 for invoicing of the first 7 months of these consultancy inputs). The penultimate submittal of VO#5 was on July 22, the final submittal for the $ 2.5 Mill VO was on August 25 th, signed and approved on August 29 th The Engineer mobilized crucial site staff to carry out the initial work related to FDERP- AF Supervision. Refer in Table 4A. It has been necessary to shared of RE (Resident Engineers ) duties between 2-3 projects when the original consultancy contracts are completed and the construction is still progressing (refer CW6, 7 and CW9b). During the review of the Variation Order for CW6b an issue has arisen on what policy to follow in the approval and hand over of the project if the work per the original scope is completed on time, but completion and handing over of the added works was placed on hold due to lack of area. The Contractor of projected CW6b is requesting approval for Completion Bridge #2 & #3 while complete VO works on CW6b-1. Page 15 December 2014 Version 1

16 Table 4A Mobilization Dates of Consultant team members Field or Home Input Mobilization Date for No. Name Position FDERP- From To FDERP AF International Consultants Project 6-Feb-12 9-Jun-12 Field - Mr. David 1 Manager/Team Robinson 8-Oct Oct-12 Field - Leader 7-Jun Dec-12 Field - 2 Mr. Berentsen Carl Project Manager/Team Leader 1-Feb Jun-13 Field - 22-Jul Dec-13 Field - 2-Feb May-14 Field Field 11-Jun Oct-14 Field Field 3 Mr. Dragan Pavlovic Senior Engineer Highway 21-Nov-14 Field Field 25-Feb Jun-12 Field - 4 Mr. Paul Cario Materials Engineer 21-Feb-12 6-Mar-12 Field - 5 Mr. Paul Boyd Senior Structural 6-Mar Jul-12 Field - Engineer Home - 16-Jul Aug-12 Field - 15-Sep Nov-12 Field - 6 Mr. Celso Dion Structural Engineer 15-Jan-13 1-Mar-13 Field - 21-April May-13 Field - 22-July Aug-13 Field - 15-Jan Mar-14 Field Field 01-Oct Nov14 - Field 7-Mar-12 1-Apr-12 Field - 7 Mr. Badre Lanedri Hydraulic Engineer 7-Jul Jul-12 Field - 14-June Jul-14 - Field 8 Mr. Klaus Munch Sr.Highway Engineer/Acting 23-Jan-12 1-Feb-12 Field - Team Leader 9 Mr. JEAN CLAUDE GENIN 22-May May-12 Field 10 Mr. Pierre Sarrat Transport Engineer 10-Jul Jul-12 Field - 11 Mr. John 15-Jul Jul-12 Field - Transport Engineer Worthington 7-Oct Oct-12 Field - 25-June Jul-14 - Field 12 Social & 14-Jul Jul-12 Field - Mr. Michael Resettlement Alcazaren 10-Sep-12 9-Oct-12 Field - Specialist 21-Aug Aug-14 Home Jul-12 9-Aug-12 Field Ms. Andrelita Sto. Environment Domingo Specialist 29-Sep Oct-12 Field 17-Dec Dec-12 Field Page 16 December 2014 Version 1

17 Mr. Vicente Ms. Lucila Mr. Mesnier Farley Perlada Vincent National Consultants 02-May May-13 Field 2-Sep Sep-13 Field Materials Engineer - - To be replaced Sr. Procurement Specialist Design Leader AF) 1 Mr. Ya Samol Deputy Team Leader 16-Jul-12 2 Mr. Roath Transport Kanith Engineer/Economist 22-Jun Jan-14 3 Mr. Chea Dara Structural Engineer 1-Aug-12 4 Mr. Chhuy Hy Karona 15-Sep Oct-12 Field 22-Jan Mar-13 Field 11-Jul Aug-13 Field 15-Oct Nov-13 Field 10-Mar May-14 Field 15-Oct Nov-14 - Field 3-Mar-14 1-Aug-14 - Field 31-Jul Jan-14 Hydraulic Engineer 21-Feb Jul-12 5 Mr. Ly Bunthi Materials Engineer 22-Feb-12 6 Mr. Rithisak Srey 7 Mr. Sun Sideth 8 Mr. Bora Seang 9 Mr. Bun San 10 Mr. Roath Sith 11 Mr. Seab Bunthorn 12 Mr. Kan Chey Mr. Pong Vireak Mr. Sem Chenda Mr. Kong Sam Ath UXO Specialist Procurement Engineer Resettlement Specialist Environment Specialist Resettlement Specialist Environmental Specialist Materials Engineer/Inspector CW8 Resident Engineer CWs 1&2 Resident Engineer CWs 3, 6a& 6b Inspector-CW3 Inspector-CW6b 1-Apri-12 1-Mar-12 1-March 4-Apr-12 4-Apr May-12, Nov Feb July-13 3-Nov Dec-12 Resigned Resigned 21-Dec Feb-14 Intermittent 1-Mar-14 Dec Apr Dec Jul Jan Aug Dec Dec-13 Input finished, 11-Jun Jan-14 Finished 6-Jul-12 2-Jul April-13 Team (FDERP- 31-March Starts as Work inspector for CW8 from Jan 14 Now at CW6a&6b Finished Move CW2 from to Page 17 December 2014 Version 1

18 CW5, then CW6b Moved from 16-May-14 CW6b to CW9b 16 Mr. Pong 31-March- Inspector-CW1 17-Jul-12 Poeur 2013 Finished 17 Also CW1, Mr. Chea Inspector CW8 17-Dec July-13 left from 1 Ketia Aug 18 Ms. Ka Nylene Secretary 6-Feb Nov-12 Resigned 19 Ms. Kong Still Secretary 06-Nov-12 Chakriya deployed 20 Ms. Kong Still Secretary 18-Dec-12 Salun deployed Move to 21 Mr. Sek Mony Inspector CW4/CW5 21-Dec-12 CW7 from 1-Jul-13 move to 31-Oct-14 CW11/12 from 1 Nov Mr. Hem Laycheang Inspector CW6a 21-Dec Apr-14 Finished 23 Mr. Chres Resident Engineer Chamroeun CW7 16-Jan Mr. Leng Still Chief Surveyor 01-Jan-13 Bunnarith deployed 25 Mr. Heng Vuth Narin Inspector CW5 15-May Sep-13 Finished 26 Mr.Gniev Resident Engineer Phally CW6c 01-May May-14 Finished 27 Mr.Chan Dara Inspector CW6c 16-May-13 1-Feb-2014 Finished 28 Mr. Van Savath Procurement Expert 1-Oct-13 1-Dec-2013 Finished 29 Mr. Hem Seiha RE of CW8 14-Oct Mr. Nub Bunrith Inspector CW8 (#1) 1-Nov Mr. Chea Ketia Inspector CW8 (#2) 1-Nov Mr. Heng Office Salrasy Engineer/Surveyor Jan-14 Mr. Keo 33 Chandara Highway Engineer 26-Feb Mr. Mam 12-Mar Apr-14 Hydrologist Engineer Sanoun 2-Jun Aug-14 Finished 35 Mr. Iv Lim Transport Engineer 30-Jun Aug Mr. So Savath Procurement Specialist 2-Jun Oct-14 Resigned 37 Mr. Kep Resident Engineer Sereivuthy CW11/12 10-July Mr. Sun Chantola Inspector CW10a 25-Aug-14 Page 18 December 2014 Version 1

19 39 Mr. An Mida Surveyor 01-Aug Mr. Hem Laycheang Inspector CW11/12 18-Aug-14 Page 19 December 2014 Version 1

20 Consultant's Organization Chart/FDERP Page 20 Décember 2014 Version 1

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