RDC-Sri Lanka

Resources Development Consultants Pvt Limited-(RDC) Sri Lanka’s No.1 Consultancy Firm.

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BACKGROUND

Resources Development Consultants Limited [RDC], incorporated in 1975 as a limited liability company, is a leading multi-disciplinary consulting Firm in Sri Lanka.

RDC is registered with and has executed projects for international funding agencies such as the World Bank, ADB, UNDP, JBIC, NORAD, JICA, FINNIDA, SIDA, USAID and ODA (UK).  RDC’s DACON Registration Number with the ADB is 002965.

The Head Office located in Colombo, the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, is within close proximity to the local offices of the ADB and the World Bank. The spacious office is equipped with modern facilities including electronic data processing and internet facilities.  The Regional Office is located in Hong Kong within easy access to many international organisations and funding institutions and facilitates convenient interactions with many countries in the Asia Pacific Region.  RDC is also represented in Australia, Bangladesh, and Viet Nam.

RDC has working arrangements with many international consulting Firms worldwide.

The Table below provides key information on the Firm.

Name of Firm:              Resources Development Consultants Limited

Address         :              55- 2/1, Galle Road, Colombo 03.

Telephone     :              011 2435746, 2325873, 2441389, 2446625

Fax                :              011 2382723

Email             :              gen@rdc-lk.com :   md@rdc-lk.com

Place of incorporation:

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Year of incorporation:

1975

Company Capability:

Committed to a multidisciplinary approach, RDC participates in a wide spectrum of assignments ranging from minor studies to major development and investment projects. With proven capability in many fields of specialization, RDC has the capacity to field multidisciplinary consultancy teams to address resource planning, project management, field studies, management and development issues, the design of large scale infrastructure and supervision of construction.

web Site : www.rdc-lk.com

Ramboda Tunnel and Ramboda Fall

Ramboda tunnel

SRI LANKA’S Longest Road Tunnel is now available for all The people Around the World.Nice and interesting place to watch because Ramboda fall and Ramboda pass is near there.

The project named Road Network Improvement Project focused on the improvement of the 54 km long Gampola-Nuwara Eliya road and 17 km long Gampola – Nawalapitiya road which are classified as (B13) and (A5) respectively in the Central Province of Sri Lanka.

This 225-metre long tunnel is now the longest one in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka’s longest road tunnel, the Ramboda tunnel was opened yesterday by President Mahinda Rajapaksa, a day ahead of the scheduled opening. The 225 metre-long tunnel which has been constructed preserving the scenic beauty of the surrounding environment is an alternative to Ramboda Pass.

 The Ramboda Tunnel was officially opened by the President on Saturday (23rd). The tunnel, built as part of the Road Network Improvement Project, is a landmark in the development of the 54km long Gampola-Nuwara_Eliya road and the 17km long Gampola –Nawalapitiya road, classified as B13 and A5 respectively in the Central Province of Sri Lanka.

Japanese Ambassador in Sri Lanka Kiyoshi Araki also attended the opening ceremony on Saturday.The 225 meter long tunnel is presently the longest in Sri Lanka. The Road Improvement Project was funded by the Government of Japan through the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) and implemented in collaboration with the Road Development Authority (RDA) of Sri Lanka.The Government of Japan provided 3,078 million Japanese Yen (approximately Rs.3.1 billion) towards the construction of the Gmpola-Nuwara-Eliya ,Gamola-Nawalapitiya
Roads and the Ramboda Tunnel under its Official Development Assistance (ODA) loan scheme.The rehabilitation of these roads will facilitate easy access and faster mobility. It is also expected to contribute to improving commercial activities and social mobility resulting in better living standards and economic development in the area.

Still i couldnt go there but Hope to go Soon.

The Project took special care to preserve the scenic beauty of central Sri Lanka as it developed an alternative to the Ramboda Pass.