Construction of dam intake structure of Rogun dam and HPP in the Republic of Tajikistan
Water And Environment - Dams
Ministry of Energy and Water Resources of the Republic of Tajikistan - OJSC Rogun HPP
Rogun Dam is a partially finished large clay-core rock-fill dam, expected to be the world’s highest and tallest dam when completed. It is located on the Vakhsh River in southern Tajikistan, upstream from the Nurek Dam.
It is designed to rise to a height of 1,099 feet (335 meters) above the canyon floor and to have a crest length of 2,165 feet (660 meters). Its design also includes the building of six hydroelectric generating units with a power capacity of total 3,600 megawatts. Construction is expected to be completed in 2028.
- Excavation Works for Permanent Power Intake of Dam
- Stabilization Works for Permanent Power Intake of Dam
- Concrete & Grouting works for Permanent Power Intake of Dam
- Production and Installation of Fully Grouted Rock Bolts in kind of types
- Production and Installation of DCP Fully Grouted Rock Bolts in kind of types
- Production and Installation of Tendon in kind of types
- Construction of Permanent Power Intake’s Trash rack
- Stabilization and Lining of Water Tunnels