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Transportation and Communication

TCIL is a full-service engineering consulting firm specializing in traffic engineering, transportation planning & modeling, traffic impact analysis, environmental and planning regulations and municipal civil engineering.

TCIL’s expertise belongs to the following fields of specialization:
• Transportation Planning including Traffic Origin-Destination Survey;
• Transportation Related Training;
• Highway Planning and Programming including Rural Feeder Roads (Farm to Market);
• Site Selection and Land Use/Environmental Studies;
• Geotechnical Investigations including Subsurface Exploration by Drilling and Geophysics, In-situ and Laboratory Testing;
• Improvement and Reconstruction of Roads including Primary, Secondary and Rural Feeder Roads and Access Tracks;
• Design and Engineering of Roads, Bridges, Appurtenant Structures;
• Financial Analysis, Costing and Tariffs;
• Quality Control of Construction, Construction Supervision.

Completed projects:
Consultancy Services for Repair of the Cracks Developed and Construction of Wearing Course on the Deck of the Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge, Bangladesh Bridge Authority, 2008-2009
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Study on North Eastern State Roads Project [ADB TA No. 4378-IND]
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Developed and Construction of Wearing Course on the Deck of the Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge
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North Eastern State Roads Project [ADB TA No. 4378-IND]
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Organizational Reform of Bangladesh Railway (Phase-II), 1996-1997, Bangladesh, under ADB fund [ADB TA No. 1819-BAN]
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Corporatization of Bangabandhu Bridge, Phase – I: Feasibility Study, 2000-2001, Dhaka, Tangail and Sirajgonj, Bangladesh, under GOB fund
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Fourth Railway Project: Jamuna Bridge Railway Link Project (ADB TA No. 2235-BAN)
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Organizational Reform of Bangladesh Railway (Phase-I), 1994, Bangladesh, under ADB Fund
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Resettlement of the affected people by Jamuna Multipurpose Bridge Project, 1993 – 1994, Bangladesh, under World Bank Fund