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Cut-off wall construction at Peribonka dam
19 January, 2007
A plastic concrete cut-off wall, 115m deep, fully embedded in rock, was constructed at Peribonka dam in Québec, Canada, writes Sebouh Balian

Germany - flood prevention works
24 May, 2006
A contract for flood prevention works and canal construction has been awarded in Cologne, Germany to Bauer.

Well protected - UK fights the floods
28 July, 2005
The UK-based Flood Protection Association (FPA) was developed to raise public awareness, promote best quality practices and develop appropriate standards in flood protection. Jon Last talked to FPA chairman Ron Whitehead about how the agency is hoping to achieve these aims

Defend or manage?
18 November, 2004
Karl Hall suggests there are difficult times ahead for the UK unless an efficient flood risk strategy is put into place

Cut-off achievement in the Himalayas
18 November, 2002
Construction of a cut-off wall at Dhauliganga dam in the Indian Himalayas is not only a first for the region but is progressing well ahead of schedule.

Cut-off achievement in the Himalayas
04 November, 2002

Design and construction of Chile’s Puclaro dam
10 September, 1999
Puclaro dam is founded on very pervious riverbed alluviums more than 100m deep. The design therefore included a vertical cut-off through the foundation, tied to the inclined upstream concrete face of the dam

How do they do that?
09 July, 1999
Bringing together Chinese and foreign contractors on the world’s largest construction site is a complex and demanding task. Adrian Greeman went to see how work at the Three Gorges site is organised

A cut above the rest
10 August, 1998
Michel Gavillet* explains how a cut-off wall will solve the problems of seepage and internal erosion being experienced by a flood dam in the US

Repairs underway at US flood dam
10 March, 1998

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