Water Resources & Hydropower

Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy Hydroelectric Power Project, Lao People’s Democratic Republic

Client :  Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy Power Company Limited
Xe-Pian Xe-Namnoy Hydroelectric Power is a mega joint venture project among Thai, Lao and Korean investors. Out of the 420 MW, 378 MW will be sold to the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand via Ubon Ratchathani and 42 MW will be used domestically.

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Study, Survey, and Preliminary Design for Enhancing the Drainage Capacity of Thawi Watthana and Phraya Ratchamontri Canals

Client: BMA’s Drainage and Sewerage Department

The great flood of 2011 had a huge effect on the area between Maha Sawat Canal and Phasi Charoen Canal on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River resulting from the sluggish of water drainage from the canals to the Chao Phraya and Tha Chin rivers, as well as to the Mahachai – Sanam Chai Kaem Ling catchment area.

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Review of Master Plan of Flood Protection and Review of Feasibility Study and Detailed Design of Tan Thuan Sluice Gate in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Client : Neighboring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (Public Organization) (NEDA)
Flooding is a major drawback to the development of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), which is Vietnam’s hub of investment and development. NEDA was requested by the Steering Center of Urban Flood Control Program (SCFC), which is in charge of flood protection scheme, to give technical assistance for HCMC’s flood prevention study and detailed design of water regulations.

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Construction Project of a Flood Prevention System for the Samlae Raw Water Pumping Station

Client : Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA)
To prevent inundation of its production areas, the MWA developed a project on construction of a flood protection system for the Samlae Raw Water Pumping Station in the Samlae Sub-district of Mueang District in Pathum Thani, from where raw water from the Chao Phraya River is pumped and transmitted to the Prapa Canal – major water storage for Bang Khen, Samsen and Thon Buri Water Treatment Plants. These three plants are responsible for 70% of MWA’s productivity.

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