Antigua Civil Works Design and Construction Supervision
The objectives of the Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (CRVA) are to identify and evaluate the potential effects of climate change on the roads, including adjoining coastal areas and communities, and recommend resilience measures to address the identified risks and vulnerabilities.
Climate Vulnerability Assessment of School Buildings and Sites
We will undertake an assessment to integrate climate vulnerability principles into a total of 16 primary and secondary school sites that are currently under rehabilitation.
Nepal: Evaluating USAID’S OFDA disaster risk reduction programming
USAID’s Bureau of Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL) has contracted IMC to provide monitoring, evaluation and learning services to the disaster risk reduction programming which has been implemented in Nepal by the USAID’s Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA).
British Virgin Islands: Road, Slopes and Coastal Defences
IMC Worldwide is part of a consortium appointed by the Ministry of Finance of the British Virgin Islands for an assignment, funded by the Caribbean Development Bank, to support the reconstruction of essential road infrastructure.
Saint Lucia: Feasibility Study and Detailed Designs for the Millennium Highway and West Coast Road Upgrading Project
We are pleased to announce that IMC Worldwide, together with other partners, has won the Feasibility Study and Detailed Designs for the Millennium Highway and West Coast Road Upgrading Project in Saint Lucia.
Bangladesh: Improving highways resilience to landslides
The programme aims to identify and prioritise future climate and seismic resilient investments in transportation assets affected by landslides in Sylhet and Chittagong hill tracts districts in Bangladesh.
Myanmar: Development of safe and child-friendly school construction guidelines
IMC produced national safe and child-friendly school construction guidelines, assessed training courses, action plans and pilot of the guidelines to aid resilience in school infrastructure.
Nepal: Earthquake recovery and disaster risk reduction in Eastern Nepal
A 13-month programme aimed to support the recovery and retrofitting of selected community infrastructure, capacity for construction and development of earthquake resilient buildings and raise awareness following the 2011 earthquake in Nepal.
Tanzania: Incorporating climate resilience into the Improving Rural Access in Tanzania programme
IMC Worldwide has been contracted by the Department for International Development (DFID) to assist in the development of rural roads in Tanzania by building climate resilience into the Improving Rural Access in Tanzania (IRAT) Programme.
Ethiopia: Strengthening resilience to natural hazards and disasters
IMC assisted the Ethiopian National Meteorological Agency and Hydrology and Water Quality Directorate to deliver weather, climate and hydrological services to help reduce the impact of natural disasters and hazards and improve social and economic development.
Bangladesh: Providing safe and affordable housing to low-income communities
IMC is supporting the National Housing Authority to provide secure and affordable housing to low-income communities in Bangladesh.
Supporting Swaziland’s National Physical Development Plan
Within a European Union-funded project, IMC is working with the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development of Swaziland to support the National Physical Development Plan (NPDP) from 2017 to 2027.
Worldwide: developing a local disaster recovery framework guide
IMC Worldwide is developing a process-based guide for the World Bank's Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) to develop local level recovery frameworks to assist countries recover from various types of disasters.
Integrating climate resilience in the road transport sector
IMC Worldwide was contracted by the Caribbean Development Bank to help its Borrowing Member Countries to increase the resilience of the transport sector to the impacts of climate change and natural hazards.
Serbia: Mainstreaming climate resilience in road transport management
Eastern Europe & Central Asia
IMC has been contracted by the World Bank to provide technical assistance to the government of Serbia to integrate climate resilience in the road transport sector.
Evidence and Learning Facility for South Sudan (ELFSS)
ELFSS supports DFID’s Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme in South Sudan (HARISS) through better use of high quality evidence.
Bangladesh: Building disaster resilient schools
IMC is managing the delivery of the program up to completion through consultancy services activities (i.e. site survey, shelter design, procurement through tendering, evaluation, award and construction supervision).
Bangladesh: Linking the country through bridge infrastructure
The most challenging construction project in the history of Bangladesh, this bridge will be approximately 6.15km long and will connect Mawa to Janjira, linking the south-western region to the rest of the country.
Worldwide: Managing a Technology, Infrastructure and Urban Planning Resource Centre for DFID (TI-UP)
The Ti-UP Resource Centre was established by DFID in 2006 to provide knowledge, advice and technical services in the combined fields of transport and communications, infrastructure and urban planning to DFID advisers and partners.
East Asia: Operational Guide for mainstreaming disaster resilience into urban investment projects
IMC was commissioned to produce an operational guide to mainstream disaster resilience into urban investment projects.
Nepal: Urban transport planning and management
IMC had assisted Biratnagar Submetropolitan City in developing a comprehensive urban transport and land use strategy, and enhancing institutional capacity for urban transport planning and management.
Montserrat: Preparation of the country’s Physical Development Plan
IMC was commissioned to prepare a national Physical Development Plan (PDP) for 2012-2022, providing the government of Montserrat with a framework for land use development and infrastructure investment.
Indonesia: Post-tsunami reconstruction in Aceh
We are particularly proud of the part we played in the reconstruction of the Indonesian region of Aceh following the 2004 tsunami and 2005 earthquake.