ISLAMABAD Supreme Court Building Committee has fined Rs15 million to M/S Matracon for executing faulty work in under-construction Supreme Court Building Phase-II. Earlier, Chairman CDA had constituted a four-member fact-finding committee comprising Member Administration Shoukat Mohmand, Member Environment Mian Waheed-ud-Din, DG (E&M) Syed Abrar Hussain Shah, currently working as Member Engineering and Deputy DG Works Tanveer Hussain Shah to probe the issue after cracks were emerged in newly installed doors and windows after five-month. of their fixation in under construction Supreme Court Building Phase-II. The joints of some doors were freed owing to substandard quality of wood being used in its manufacturing. The said committee had found attachment of forged wood test report of Forest Products Research Division of Ministry of Environment stating the quality of wood being used in manufacturing of approximately 160 doors installed in the building as satisfactory and seasoned one. Two members of the committee incumbent Member Engineering Syed Abrar Hussain Shah and Deputy DG Works Tanveer Hussain Shah had also visited the office of Forest Products Research Division in Peshawar where it dawned upon them that the division neither issued positive wood test report to CDA and that CDA officials produced forged report in this regard. Justice Khalil Rehman Ramday while taking notice of the issue had directed Chairman CDA to investigate the issue to fix responsibility in this regard. The committee also found executing agency M/S Matracon of the project as responsible and suggested action against the construction company. In the light of the report Chairman CDA has suggested to blacklist the executing agency M/S Matracon and debarment of consultant firm Pepac Pakistan besides initiation of departmental inquiries against some officials including then Director Works Najeeb-ur-Rehman, who was working as project director of SC Building Phase-II. Rs268.530 million project of the construction of Supreme Court Building (Phase-II) was started on July 2007 and supposed to be completed on July 2009, however, later the date of completion of the project was extended till October 2010. M/S Matracon was executing work on the project with M/S Pepac Pakistan as consultant firm, while Ministry of Law and Justice was the sponsoring agency.