Water Resources

Kelagai Storage Dam Drilling

Kelagai Storage Dam Project

Hi-Tech completed feasibility study and design of Kelagai Storage Dam, an irrigation and hydropower project, under the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) of Afghanistan, a World Bank (WB) Project.

Hi-Tech in association with CES of India as joint venture partners prepared the Feasibility Study of Kelagia Dam Project. We completed the Kelagai Storage Dam project Feasibility Study in one stage; however we made the initial appraisal of the technical and economical viability of the project. We develop and investigate a series of alternative project configurations, and performed Project component optimizations. We refined the physical characteristics of pertinent design parameters through a more detail optimization process. We submit the interim Project Definition Report to the MEW. For the final Feasibility Report, we establish recommended storage dam axis locations, and through optimizations of all associated major hydraulic and structural components of the proposed dam, including identification and elaboration of related multipurpose aspects.

We conducted socio economic surveys and evaluate the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

It had been proposed to construct an earth dam 75 meter high about 11 km upstream of Puli-E-Khumri City, creating 995 million cm reservoir storage.

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Farah Rud Dam Project

Hi-Tech completed feasibility study and design of Farah Rud Dam, an irrigation and hydropower project, under the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) of Afghanistan, a World Bank (WB) Project.

Hi-Tech in association with CES of India as joint venture partners prepared the Feasibility Study Report of the Farah Rud Dam Project.

We completed the Farah Rud Irrigation and Hydropower Dam project Feasibility Study in one stage; however we made the initial appraisal of the technical and economical viability of the project. We develop and investigate a series of alternative project configurations, and performed Project component optimizations. We refine the physical characteristics of pertinent design parameters through a more detail optimization process. We submit the interim Project Definition Report to the MEW. For the final Feasibility Report, we establish recommended storage dam and diversion dam site axis locations, and through optimizations of all associated major hydraulic and structural components of the proposed dam, including identification and elaboration of related multipurpose aspects.

We conducted sociological surveys and evaluated the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

Fully developed project configurations consisting of a storage dam, a diversion dam, site ejectors, and/or excluders, construction diversion provisions, power generation and transmission components, irrigation canals, and/or associated hydraulic conveyance facilities, related primary and secondary irrigation canal structures, appropriate land drainage facilities and systems, pumping plants and associated transmission facilities where portions of the overall command areas are to be service by canal based pumping plants, instrumentation, and access operation and maintenance road.

We conduct socio economic surveys and evaluate the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

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Shah-Wa-Arus Dam Project

Hi-Tech completed feasibility study and preliminary design of Shah-Wa-Arus Dam, an irrigation project, under the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) of Afghanistan, a World Bank (WB) Project.

Hi-Tech in association with CES of India as joint venture partners prepared the Feasibility Study Report and Preliminary Design of Shah-Wa-Arus Dam Project.

We completed the Shah-Wa-Arus Irrigation Dam project Feasibility Study in one stage; however we made the initial appraisal of the technical and economical viability of the project. We developed and investigated a series of alternative project configurations, and performed Project component optimizations. We refined the physical characteristics of pertinent design parameters through a more detail optimization process. We submit the interim Project Definition Report to the MEW. For the final Feasibility Report, we establish recommended storage dam and diversion dam site axis locations, and through optimizations of all associated major hydraulic and structural components of the proposed dam, including identification and elaboration of related multipurpose aspects.

We conducted sociological surveys and evaluated the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

Fully developed project configurations consisting of a storage dam, a diversion dam, site ejectors, and/or excluders, construction diversion provisions, power generation and transmission components, irrigation canals, and/or associated hydraulic conveyance facilities, related primary and secondary irrigation canal structures, appropriate land drainage facilities and systems, pumping plants and associated transmission facilities where portions of the overall command areas are to be service by canal based pumping plants, instrumentation, and access operation and maintenance road.

We conduct socio economic surveys and evaluate the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

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Machalgho Multipurpose Dam Project

Hi-Tech completed feasibility study and preliminary design of Machalgho Dam, Multipurpose project, under the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) of Afghanistan, a World Bank (WB) Project.

Hi-Tech in association with CES of India as joint venture partners prepared the Feasibility Study Report and Preliminary Design of Machalgho Multipurpose Dam Project.

We completed the Machalgho Multipurpose Dam project Feasibility Study in one stage; however we made the initial appraisal of the technical and economical viability of the project. We develop and investigate a series of alternative project configurations, and performed Project component optimizations. We refine the physical characteristics of pertinent design parameters through a more detail optimization process. We submit the interim Project Definition Report to the MEW. For the final Feasibility Report, we establish recommended storage dam and diversion dam site axis locations, and through optimizations of all associated major hydraulic and structural components of the proposed dam, including identification and elaboration of related multipurpose aspects.

We conducted sociological surveys and evaluated the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

Fully developed project configurations consisting of a storage dam, a diversion dam, site ejectors, and/or excluders, construction diversion provisions, power generation and transmission components, irrigation canals, and/or associated hydraulic conveyance facilities, related primary and secondary irrigation canal structures, appropriate land drainage facilities and systems, pumping plants and associated transmission facilities where portions of the overall command areas are to be service by canal based pumping plants, instrumentation, and access operation and maintenance road.

We conduct socio economic surveys and evaluate the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

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Pashdan Irrigation and Hydropower Dam Project

Hi-Tech completed feasibility study and preliminary design of Pashdan Dam, an irrigation project, under the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) of Afghanistan, a World Bank (WB) Project.

Hi-Tech in association with CES of India as joint venture partners prepared the Feasibility Study Report and Preliminary Design of Pashdan Irrigation Dam Project.

We completed the Pashdan Irrigation Dam project Feasibility Study in one stage; however we made the initial appraisal of the technical and economical viability of the project. We develop and investigate a series of alternative project configurations, and performed Project component optimizations. We refine the physical characteristics of pertinent design parameters through a more detail optimization process. We submit the interim Project Definition Report to the MEW. For the final Feasibility Report, we establish recommended storage dam and diversion dam site axis locations, and through optimizations of all associated major hydraulic and structural components of the proposed dam, including identification and elaboration of related multipurpose aspects.

We conducted sociological surveys and evaluated the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

Fully developed project configurations consisting of a storage dam, a diversion dam, site ejectors, and/or excluders, construction diversion provisions, power generation and transmission components, irrigation canals, and/or associated hydraulic conveyance facilities, related primary and secondary irrigation canal structures, appropriate land drainage facilities and systems, pumping plants and associated transmission facilities where portions of the overall command areas are to be service by canal based pumping plants, instrumentation, and access operation and maintenance road.

We conduct socio economic surveys and evaluate the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

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Almar Irrigation Dam Project

Hi-Tech completed feasibility study and preliminary design of Almar Dam, an irrigation project, under the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) of Afghanistan, a World Bank (WB) Project.

Hi-Tech in association with CES of India as joint venture partners prepared the Feasibility Study Report and Preliminary Design of Almar irrigation Dam Project.

We completed the Almar Irrigation Dam project Feasibility Study in one stage; however we made the initial appraisal of the technical and economical viability of the project. We develop and investigate a series of alternative project configurations, and performed Project component optimizations. We refine the physical characteristics of pertinent design parameters through a more detail optimization process. We submit the interim Project Definition Report to the MEW. For the final Feasibility Report, we establish recommended storage dam and diversion dam site axis locations, and through optimizations of all associated major hydraulic and structural components of the proposed dam, including identification and elaboration of related multipurpose aspects.

We conducted sociological surveys and evaluated the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

Fully developed project configurations consisting of a storage dam, a diversion dam, site ejectors, and/or excluders, construction diversion provisions, power generation and transmission components, irrigation canals, and/or associated hydraulic conveyance facilities, related primary and secondary irrigation canal structures, appropriate land drainage facilities and systems, pumping plants and associated transmission facilities where portions of the overall command areas are to be service by canal based pumping plants, instrumentation, and access operation and maintenance road.

We conduct socio economic surveys and evaluate the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.

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Dam Construction Site

Small and Medium (21) Dams Project

Hi-Tech completed feasibility studies of 21 small and medium dams in the entire country of Afghanistan, and designed 4 dams for irrigation and hydropower project, under the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) of Afghanistan, a World Bank (WB) Project.

Hi-Tech in association with CES of India as joint venture partners prepared the Feasibility Study Report of the Dams. We completed the Feasibility Study of 21 dams in 10 provinces of Afghanistan. The Feasibility study was intended to fulfill the following objectives:

  • Study the dam projects to define the most suitable important projects from the point of view of irrigation, power, flood control and water supply. To review the long-term strategy for the development of the irrigation, power, flood control, and water supply for urban & rural domestic use.
  • To assess short-term investments that are consistent with the long-term strategy, based on the identification and ranking of candidate dams, and or an assessment of urgent needs and implementation capabilities.
  • To provide a sound database, planning and ranking methodology to facilitate the comparison of dam projects in terms of recognized technical, socio-economic, environmental, social and financial criteria.
  • Socio economic study and evaluate the impacts caused by the Project. We embark upon an environmental and social impact assessment program associated with the project development.
  • To identify potential storage dams, prioritize, and carry the Feasibility Study for the priority dams.

We studied the Project into two phases. The first phase, we completed the tasks to bring the studies to a comparable level; and in the second phase, we completed the feasibility studies of 8 selected dams and completed the design of 4 irrigation dams.

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