Progressive Constructions debarred for 11 years by World Bank


Progressive Constructions Hyderabad-based company has faced this violation of the Procurement Guidelines applicable to the World Bank-financed projects

“The period of ineligibility of Progressive Constructions Limited extends to any legal entity that it directly or indirectly controls,” the Bank said, but did not specify the details of the concerned projects or contracts, as also the specific details of the violations.

While the Bank has not named any promoters or top officials of the debarred company, PCL’s website shows Rao, currently Textiles Minister in the Union Cabinet, set up Progressive Engineering Company as a partnership firm in 1966

List of blacklisted companies in india by World bank:

Firm Name
Address
Country
Ineligibility Period
Grounds
From To
PROGRESSIVE CONSTRUCTIONS LIMITED*171 7TH FLOOR,
RAGHAVA NORTH
BLOCK, RAGHAVA
RATNA TOWERS,
CHIRAG ALI
LANE, ABIDS,
HYDERABAD, 500
001,  ANDHRA PRADESH
India

26-Nov-13

25-Nov-24

Procurement Guidelines, 1.14(a)(ii)
CONSULTING ENGINEERING SERVICES PVT. LTD. (CES)*159 PLATINUM India

2-Aug-13

2-Aug-18

2004 Consultant Guidelines 1.22(a)(i) & (ii)
TOWER, PLOT
184 UDYOG
VIHAR PHASE-1,
122016,  GURGAON
SNC-LAVALIN ENGINEERING INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED*150 TRADE STAR A India

17-Apr-13

17-Apr-23

Consult. Guidelines 1.22(a)(i)-(ii); Proc. Guidelines 1.15(a)(i)-(ii)
WING, 2ND
FLOOR,
KONDIVITA
LANE, J.B.
NAGAR, OFF
ANDHERI-KURLA
ROAD,
ANDHERI(E),
400 059,  MUMBAI
ARINC INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED 607-608, TOWER India

9-Jan-13

9-Oct-15

1999 Procurement Guidelines, 1.15(a)(ii)
B, GLOBAL
BUSINESS PARK,
MG ROAD,
122002, HARYANA,  GURGAON
M/S CONCEPT PHARMACEUTICALS LTD.*105 167 C.S.T. India

30-May-12

29-May-15

Procurement Guidelines, 1.14(a)(ii)
ROAD, KALINA,
SANTACRUZ
(EAST), MUMBAI
– 400098,
J. MITRA & CO. PRIVATE LIMITED *76 A-180 OKHLA India

28-Nov-11

Ongoing 1999 Procurement Guidelines 1.15(a)(ii)
INDUSTRIAL
AREA PHASE #
I, NEW DELHI,
110 020,,
GLOBAL SPIN WEAVE LTD. *6 15 SHRI RAM India

20-Sep-10

19-Sep-15

Procurement Guidelines 1.15(a)(ii)
ROAD, CIVIL
LINES, DELHI
110054,
GAP INTERNATIONAL , India

30-Apr-01

Permanent Procurement Guidelines 1.15(a)(ii)
SURENDRA SINGH , India

30-Apr-01

Permanent Procurement Guidelines 1.15(a)(ii)

Fraud and Corruption

1.14 It is the World Bank?s policy to require that Borrowers (including beneficiaries of Bank loans), as well as bidders, suppliers, and contractors and their agents (whether declared or not), personnel, subcontractors, sub-consultants, service providers or suppliers, under Bank-financed contracts, observe the highest standard of ethics during the procurement and execution of such contracts. In pursuance of this policy, the Bank:

(a) defines, for the purposes of this provision, the terms set forth below as follows:
(i) “corrupt practice” is the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting, directly or indirectly, of anything of value to influence improperly the actions of another party;
(ii) “fraudulent practice”  is any act or omission, including a misrepresentation, that knowingly or recklessly misleads, or attempts to mislead, a party to obtain a financial or other benefit or to avoid an obligation;

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