In Côte d’Ivoire, the construction of the Singrobo-Ahouaty dam continues!

News from Ivory Coast… the construction of the Singrobo-Ahouaty hydroelectric dam continues with several structures nearing completion!

The first phase of building the embankments – more than 550,000 m3 of rock – is now complete.

The transformer station and the civil engineering works are now in the final phase!

The tailrace – which is used to evacuate water from the turbines to the Bandama River – has almost reached its outlet. Ultimately, this structure will be 1,500 m long with a variable width of 25 to 75 m.

The delicate operation of installing the overhead crane beams in the structure of the dam factory was a success for our teams! This 110-ton capacity crane will allow the assembly of all the electromechanical equipment in the plant shafts, as well as the performance of maintenance operations during operation by the company IHE.

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