LDA Chief Engineer Israr Saeed

Asrar Saeed LDA Chief Engineer

LDA Chief Engineer Israr Saeed

LDA Chief Engineer Israr Saeed is a graduate Engineer from University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Lahore. He joined LDA in the year 1990, as Assistant Director Engineering. He is an energetic engineer of exceptionally high I.Q and intellect. Right from entry into the service, he remained associated with the projects of extra importance and successfully achieved the assigned targets.

He has the honor to work both as Chief Engineer TEPA and as Chief Engineer LDA, besides his responsibility as Director of Traffic Engineering in TEPA.

Projects by LDA Chief Engineer Israr Saeed

  • Some of the projects at his credit include Restoration of Haveli Dheyan Singh (Nawaz Sharif College) in the Walled City.
  • Construction of Car Parking Plazas at D-Point Shah Alam Market, Moon Market Allama Iqbal Town and State of the Art Park & Ride Plaza at Liberty Market.
  • Construction of Data Darbar Complex.
  • LDA Complex, Shalamar Interchange.
  • Roads under LRRP-II.
  • Jinnah Hospital Underpass.
  • Beijing Underpass and so on.

He believes working in a team and has all the abilities to lead his subordinates by keeping in view their capabilities and level of understanding.

 Mr. Israr Saeed as Project Director

As Project Director-II MBS, TEPA, he was entrusted the most difficult packages IIb/2, III, IV & V of Metro Bus Project (about 11 KM long).

He was responsible for completion of 7.5 KM long structurally complex elevated portion, having two rotaries at Jain Mander & M.A.O College.

Besides this, extensive land acquisition, structural compensation, shifting/relocation of services, was also part of his responsibilities, for which intense coordination/liaison with various departments including LESCO was involved.

Israr Saeed As LDA Chief Engineer

 He is entrusted with the execution of Lahore Orange Line Metro Train project which is first of its kind in Pakistan.

It is a fast-track project and first metro train system to be constructed in Pakistan. The total length of the project is 27.1 km, out of which 1.7 km is underground via cut & cover technique and remaining LDA is elevated. It has 26 stations.

He also has the honor of representing Pakistan in 40th and 41st session of World Heritage Committee, UNESCO held at Istanbul, Turkey, and Krakow, Poland respectively to successfully defend the construction of Orange Line project near world heritage site, Shalamar Gardens.