All Dams Articles

Call for contractors to build UK reservoir
Water companies aim to develop first major reservoir in the country since the 1980s
Bauer reinforces flood protection on Rhine
German specialist engineering firm bolsters flood protection around the River Rhine
‘Very, very tense’ as UK dam suffers partial collapse
Residents evacuated as heavy rains cause spillway to crumble – with further bad weather forecast
Major dyke reinforcements
Bam part of consortium chosen to renew iconic 32km-long dam in the Netherlands
Georgia win for Salini Impregilo
Italian contractor to design & build US$ 575 million hydroelectric project in Svaneti region on a five-year EPC contract
Poland and Turkey contracts for Salini Impregilo
Italian group wins contracts to design and build section of S3 Expressway in western Poland, and civil works on Turkish hydroelectric plant
Cemex supports Austrian hydroelectric project
Cement producer supplies 120,000m³ of ready-mixed concrete to €385 million Reissek II project
Bauer helps with Bavarian dam scheme
Groundbreaking ceremony marks start of work on major flood protection measure.
EBRD in €200 Ukraine energy loan
Funds will be used to upgrade hydropower plants on the Dnieper River
Feasibility study finds against UK’s Severn barrage
Cost-effectiveness and environmental concerns thwart € 38.8 billion tidal energy scheme.
Columbian HEP for Impregilo
An Impregilo led consortium has won the contract to construct a hydroelectric power (HEP) plant on the river Sogamoso in north-western Columbia, about 40 km from the city of Bucaramanga.
Wyaralong Dam Project: Timeline
Wyaralong Dam Project: Timeline
Ilisu Dam protests continue
The Turkish branch of Birdlife International, Doğa Derneği, has staged a protest against the country's Ilısu hydro-electric power (HEP) project.
Kárahnjúkar HEP
First mooted 50 years ago the € 2,5 billion Kárahnjúkar Hydro-Electric Project (HEP) will harness the power of east Iceland's glacial rivers. However, the weather, a remote location, difficult geological conditions and intense media interest are proving formidable obstacles to delivering the project on time and on budget. Richard High reports.
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