Construction - Page 1Stay up to date with the latest Construction updates from the global international water power industry
Latest Construction Update
Bauer Spezialtiefbau GmbH is well underway with the construction of...
> read more
Bauer wins further work on Herbert Hoover Dike, US
Bauer Foundation Corp., the US subsidiary of Bauer Spezialtiefbau GmbH, has been commissioned with the execution of approximately 13.5 km stretch of cut-off wall at the Herbert...
Rosshaupten dam reopens in Germany following remediation project
Rosshaupten reservoir dam is fully open and operational in Germany following a 16-month remediation project. The project was successfully completed in July 2019, with the opening...
320MW Nizhne-Bureyskaya hydro plant online in Russia
The 320MW Nizhne-Bureyskaya hydropower in the Amur region of the Far Eastern Federal District is now online, Russian power generator RusHydro has announced.
Groundbreaking for project to improve cutthroat trout passage at Derby Dam
Construction of the largest horizontal fish screen in the US has started, with the project set to restore watershed connectivity and promote recovery of the federally threatened...
Hydro plant groundbreaking moves Notre Dame closer to sustainability goals
The University of Notre Dame and South Bend’s Venues Parks & Arts broke ground last week on a 2.5MW hydroelectric generation facility on the dam in the St. Joseph River in downtown...
Dewana dam in Kurdistan expected to be complete by end of the year
Construction work on the Dewana dam in the province of Sulaimani, Kurdistan, is expected to complete by November 2019, Kurdistan 24 has reported.
New hydro construction gets OK in Iceland
Preliminary construction could soon start on a new hydropower plant in Iceland after approval was granted for a construction permit.
Statkraft to start Los Lagos build, Chile
Statkraft has announced that construction of the 52MW Los Lagos hydropower plant in Chile is expected to commence in August, with completion scheduled for the second half of 2022.
Early breakthrough for TBM at Nepal project
A Robbins Double Shield tunnel boring machine (TBM) has broken through about one year ahead of the overall project schedule, and seven months ahead of the TBM tunnelling schedule, at...
Dams a must for water, food, energy security, says WAPDA Chairman
Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) Chairman Lt Gen Muzammil Hussain (Retd) has emphasised the importance of dam development by stating that as much as 20 million...
Work starts on major new hydro project in China
Construction work has started on the 2.24GW Yebatan hydropower project on the Jinsha River in the Tibet Autonomous Region.
RusHydro to level Zagorskaya PSPP-2 building
RusHydro has announced it is to begin implementation of measures aimed at levelling the Zagorskaya pumped storage power plant No. 2 (PSPP-2) building, after subsidence was found in...
First unit at Rogun officially launched
The first of six units at the 3600MW Rogun hydroelctric project in Tajikistan was officially inaugurated in a ceremony today by the country’s president Emomali Rahmon.
Construction of Diamer Basha, Mohmand dams to start in FY 2018-19
Construction work on the 4500MW Diamer Basha Dam and the 800MW Mohmand Dam projects in Pakistan will start in fiscal year 2018-19, WAPDA Chairman Lt Gen Muzammil Hussain has confirmed.
Further tunneling work for Strabag on Chile’s Alto Maipo project
Construction group Strabag has been awarded an additional contract valued at €800 million for a further construction section at the 530MW Alto Maipo hydropower complex in Chile. The...
India’s Kishanganga project inaugurated, Pakul Dul hits milestone
Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has officially inaugurated the 330MW Kishanganga hydroelectric project in a ceremony on 19 May, and has laid the Foundation Stone of the Pakal...
Neelum Jhelum set to start commercial operations as first unit completes reliability test
The first unit of the Neelum Jhelum hydropower project in Pakistan has successfully completed a reliability test, paving the way for its commercial operation.
Milestone for Naitwar Mori project, India
A major milestone has been reached at the 60MW Naitwar Mori hydroelectric project in Uttarkashi with the project’s foundation stone having been laid.
Consortium finalizes deal for Site C
Civil works on the Site C hydroelectric project in British Columbia are expected to start soon following the signing of a $1.6 billion contract for the scheme.