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CARPI TECH B.V. Paris Branch
18 November, 2020

New issue of Dam Engineering: Volume XXXI, Issue 2
05 November, 2020
The latest issue of Dam Engineering (Volume XXXI, Issue 2) has been published.

Carpi to work on El Vado dam repairs
18 May, 2020
The US Bureau of Reclamation has taken steps to reduce seepage and erosion at El Vado Dam in New Mexico by awarding a two-phased contract for up to $16.7 million to Carpi USA Inc.

Hydropower Balkans 2019 will bring key decisions makers together at dedicated platform
03 June, 2019
The 3rd Annual International Investment Summit and Exhibition Hydropower Balkans 2019 (to be held 7-8 November 2019 in Belgrade, Serbia) is a dedicated platform that will bring together ministers, major investors, decision-makers of flagship hydropower plants, and investment project initiators, as well as regulators, in a concerted effort to efficiently execute key projects for hydropower construction and modernisation all over the Balkan region.

Carpi Tech Peru SAC
26 September, 2016

Carpi Tech Australia PTY Limited
26 September, 2016

Dam monitoring with fibre optics
12 May, 2014
Jersey Water and Smartec SA have partnered successfully to design, install and commission six deformation fibre optic sensors inside three existing 80mm drain holes within the AAR prone mass concrete dam at Val de la Mare in Jersey.

Carpi Tech
26 December, 2012

Carpi Tech CZ s.r.o.
26 December, 2012

Carpi USA Inc
26 December, 2012

Carpi Tech Italia Srl
26 December, 2012

Carpi Tech BV
26 December, 2012

Carpi India Waterproofing Specialists Private Limited
26 December, 2012

Karebbe hydro-combine and failsafe spillway
20 August, 2012
PT Vale Indonesia Tbk operates a mining and nickel-smelting operation on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. The nickel-processing plant is largely powered by hydroelectric generating stations on the Larona River. When the company decided to increase nickel production in 2003, SNC-Lavalin was invited to enter a design competition for a new hydroelectric facility to increase their generation capacity. The successful design benefitted from two interesting features highlighted in this paper: a distinctive hydro-combine powerhouse arrangement; and a unique failsafe spillway arrangement.

Rehabilitation of Waikoloa Reservoir No. 2
22 June, 2012
John P. Ballegeer, Jie Yu, Keith A. Ferguson, and Terrance I. Nago present a study in the lifecycle costs for structural repair of the Waikoloa Reservoir No 2 in the US

Old and new at Waldeck
15 April, 2011
With the liberalisation of the electricity market and the rapid expansion of wind power, increasing use is being made of pumped storage power plants to provide balancing power. This is creating a favourable climate for investment in the preservation of existing and the construction of new plants of this type. Martin Rau from E.ON Wasserkraft explains how the combined refurbishment and rebuild project at Waldeck pumped storage plant in Germany has helped to secure efficient plant operation for another generation

RCC proves its worth
03 October, 2008
Roller compacted concrete (RCC) continues to gain recognition as a competitive material for both construction of new dams and rehabilitation of existing structures. Here IWP&DC provides examples of some recent RCC dam projects in the US

A permanent solution at Salt Springs dam
14 March, 2006
Based on the construction history and experiences from the past performance of Salt Springs dam, concrete repairs made to the dam face have been unable to accommodate continued movement and settlement of the structure. As a result PG&E and its independent board of consultants decided that installation of a flexible membrane over the existing concrete face would more satisfactorily provide the desired leakage control and accommodate any future settlement

Company showcase
25 May, 2004
IWP&DC talked to a few of the companies exhibiting at the British Dam Society’s 13th Biennial conference to discover what they have in store for visitors

RCC record breaker
26 January, 2004
Humberto Santana and Eduardo Castell take a look at the story behind Colombia’s record breaking Miel I dam. Put into operation in 2002, the 188m high structure is currently the tallest RCC dam in the world.

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