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Contracts awarded for Diamer Basha dam
14 May, 2020
The Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has awarded a contract valued at around Rs. 442 Billion (US$5.8 billion) to a joint venture of Power China-FWO for the construction of the diversion system, main dam, and access bridge for the 4500MW Diamer Bhasa dam, as well as the 21MW Tangir hydropower project.

Alan J Krause named president and CEO of MWH Global
03 November, 2011
MWH Global has announced that its board of directors unanimously elected Alan J. Krause as president and chief executive officer of the company. Krause, formerly president and chief operating officer of MWH, immediately succeeds Robert B Uhler in the CEO role in a planned transition announced in early 2011. At the same board meeting, Uhler was elected executive chairman of the global wet infrastructure-focused company.

MWH to provide engineering services for Alaskan Railbelt hydro studies
24 March, 2011
The Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) has awarded MWH a two to five-year contract for hydropower engineering services to support the evaluation and development of hydropower projects along the Alaska Railbelt electrical grid. The potential projects under consideration would be a key component to help achieve the state’s goal of producing 50% of electrical power from renewable sources by 2025.

Approaching the governor
29 February, 2008
There are many considerations when looking at improvement to governor systems at plants, explains David L Kornegay, senior project engineer with North American Hydro

In the know - rapid knowledge transfer for CFRD projects
29 February, 2008
The empirical nature of CFRD development is illustrated through knowledge transfer to construction projects following cracking at Mohale dam, Suzanne Pritchard reports

B&V, MWH expand dams units
01 February, 2008
Consultants Black & Veatch (B&V) and Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH) have both announced plans to expand their hydro and dams services.

Lessons learned from Mohale
13 July, 2007
Palmi Johannesson and Sixtus L. Tohlang address the behaviour during and after reservoir filling of the 145m high Mohale CFRD in Lesotho, with emphasis on cracking of the concrete slab

ICE considering proposals
01 February, 2003

Chinese honour MWH employee's dedication to Three Gorges
04 November, 2002

Breaking down the barriers
01 February, 2002
During IWP&DC's URHP VIII conference in December 2001, the session entitled Overcoming Barriers to Successful Refurbishment brought members of the hydro industry together to share their experiences and exchange ideas on uprating and refurbishment, as Carrieann Davies reports

Site investigations
09 January, 2002

A fruitful experience in Prague
01 January, 2002
Strictly utilitarian approaches to hydro uprating and refurbishment are a thing of the past. An appreciation of much broader issues and improved communication with all stakeholders are as vital as a good technical knowledge. At IWP&DC's conference, URHP VIII, delegates were introduced to new approaches to successful uprating and refurbishment. Suzanne Pritchard reports

Conference programme: day three
25 October, 2001
Here is the conference programme for day three, Wednesday 12th December, 2001.

Universally unapplicable?
15 October, 2001
Despite sharp criticism and even rejection, the World Commission on Dams remains adamant that Dams and Development shows the way forward for the industry. Carrieann Davies reports from ICOLD’s 69th annual meeting in Dresden, Germany

Merger forms billion-dollar player
04 July, 2001
Montgomery Watson and Harza Engineering Company have merged to form an organisation that both partners say could turnover a billion dollars a year.

New merger and expansion for Harza Engineering
14 December, 2000

Table 1
01 January, 2000

Jordan chooses its consultants
08 October, 1998

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