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Water Resources Department, Kota, Rajasthan
The Navnera Barrage (Dam) awarded by Water Resources Department of Kota, Rajasthan.
The scope of work involves survey, planning, design, construction of Navnera Barrage (Dam) including HM works, across Kalisindh river, near village Abra, Tehsil Digod, Kota, Raj, under ERCP Phase I-A on single responsibility turnkey basis.
The value of the project is Rs 601.02 crore and will be executed in a period of 48 months .
Water Resources Department MP
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today dedicated the Mohanpura Project to the Nation. This project will facilitate irrigation of agricultural land in Rajgarh district. It will also provide drinking water to villages in the area. The Prime Minister also laid the foundation stone of various drinking water schemes.
The Mohanpura Major Multipurpose project is planned across Newaj River in Rajgarh District of M. P. intercepting 3825 km2 of basin area. The project envisages construction of a 47.90 m high and 2640 m long composite dam across Newaj River near village Banskhedi in district Rajgarh, Madhya Pradesh.
Narmada, Water Resources, Water Supply and Kalpsar Department (Water Resources), Gujarat
The project involves construction of Bhadbhut barrage, flood protection embankments and associated works across river Narmada near Bhadbhut village of Bharuch district in Gujarat.
The bid project cost is Rs 4,167.70 crore with completion period of 48 months and maintenance period of 10 years
Water Resources Department, Jharkhand
The Project is for construction of Kharkai Dam at Icha with all control gates and its allied works including civil, Mechanical (with Design of Gates), Electrical and SCADA System under SMP in the state of Jharkhand.
The project cost at Rs972.28cr and the completion period would be for 36 months, as per the filing.
Water Resources Department Madhya Pradesh
‘Construction of Kundalia composite Gravity DAM’ was sanctioned by Government of Madhya Pradesh on turnkey basis. The project was bagged by DBL (Dilip Buildcon Limited) on May 5th, 2015 for Rs.270 crores, to be completed in a period of 48 months.
Kundalia composite Gravity concrete dam consists of 225 mts overflow portion, 120 mts non overflow portion along with surplusing arrangement, erection of radial gates with hydraulic type hoisting arrangement, including gantry crane, stoplog arrangement , inspection bridge for radial gates, deck slab bridge with control room, power pack room, earthen dam 2387 mts long on left and 268 mts on right flank, saddle dam on left flank of 2100 mt long(length as shown are indicative based on preliminary survey & investigation), instrumentation and monitoring room, etc. erection of lift / elevator for connecting galleries and control room on the top of the concrete dam.