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Dams frequently form the key component of a water engineering project. The Dams and River Engineering Department within IEC has experience in the planning, design and construction of dams which spans 30 years. Our rang of projects have encompassed single
and multipurpose dams constructed for water supply, flood alleviation, hydroelectric power generation, irrigation and ground water recharge

Masjed-e-Soleyman HEPP


Masjed-e-Soleyman HEPP

  This run-of-the-river power plant with an installed capacity of 1000 MW (250×4, with a reserved extension capacity of another 1000 MW) having the generation capacity of 3700 million KWh of annual energy was entirely excavated and completed by Tablieh as part of it’s subcontract for the Korean-Japanese Joint Venture, Daelim-Sato JV. Tablieh was acting as the leading member of the Tablieh-Perlite JV.
Powerhouse Cavern:
Size: 155m (L) ×30m (W) ×49m (H)
4 Units of Francis type turbine generator(250MW)
Transformer Cavern:
Size: 110 m (L) ×14 m (W) ×23 m (H)
Pressure Shafts , Upper & Lower Vertical Bends:
Size: L=558 m Dia=9 m
Tailrace Tunnels:
Size: L=760 m Dia=11 m
Vent Shaft & Gallery:
Shaft size: H=121 m Dia=5.6 m
Gallery size: L=74 m Dia=5.6 m
SF6 Shaft & Bus Gallery:
Shaft: H=98 m Dia=6 m
Gallery: L=70 m Dia=6 m
Power Intake
Size: L= 120 m W= 42 m H= 45.5 m
Power Outlet
Size: L= 162 m W=34.5 m H= 48.5 m
Location Khuzestan Province
Client Iran Water & Power Resources Development Co.
Consultant Nippon Koei (Japan) -Moshanir-
Lahmeyer International (Germany)
Main contractor Daelim-Sato Joint Venture


Scope of work:

Tunnel 4.7 km
Excavation 450,000 m3
Concrete 139,500 m3






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