Our Projects

The main project elements include a barrage contract C01 located on the Indus River, a power channel contract C02 (designed to divert water from the barrage) and a power complex contract C03 located at Barotha village.Our engineering drawings expert team took major part into preparation of all types of working drawings for contract C02 of this giant Pakistani project built over a time period of 10 years.

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Short Description of Contract C02 of Ghazi Barotha Hydro Power Project

Ghazi Barotha Hydropower Project holds the record for the biggest concrete lined channel in the world. The channel is 51.90 km long with a concrete lining and design flow of upto 1600 cumecs at a water depth of 9 m. It has a bottom width of 58.4 m.
The Power Channel has a nearly contour alignment with hills on the left side and the land naturally draining towards the Indus River on the right side.

Structures worked-on at Ghazi Barotha Hydro Power Project

Superpassage Bridges

The Power Channel intercepts fifty three nullahs (natural drains) of which twenty-seven major nullahs have been passed over the Power Channel by providing superpassage bridges.

Inlet and Culvert Structures

The remaining twenty four minor nullahs are being discharged into the Power Channel through individual inlets whilst one nullah is passing underneath the channel through a culvert.

Road Bridges

Thirty four (34) road bridges cross the 104 meter wide power channel, including bridges for both Islamabad-Peshawar Highway and the Grand Truck Road (G.T road)

Pedestrian Crossings

There are 12 pedestrian crossings over the Power Channel.

Railway Bridge

The main railway line joining Rawalpindi to Peshawar also crosses the power channel and required the construction of the second longest single span railway bridge in Pakistan. This may be the last riveted bridge of its type, constructed in Pakistan.

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Types of Working Drawings prepared for Ghazi Barotha Hydropower Project

In addition to several minor one-time requirement sketches, our team worked on below working drawings for more than 40% civil structures and main concreted Power Channel along with service roads at each side of the channel.
1.    Earth Works Shop Drawings
2.    Roads Profiles and Sections using Topcon’s Civil-CAD (Survey points manipulation software)
3.    Setting Out Shop Drawings for surveyors
4.    Concrete Outline (General Arrangement) Drawings
5.    Rebar shop drawings and Bar Bending Schedules in American (ACI 315) standard

Flame Tree Ridge (FTR) Project at Jumeirah Golf Estates on Emirates Road Dubai

We prepared shop drawings for Al Nakhreh Contracting for the construction of 165 nos. of villas at Flame Tree Ridge Jumeirah Golf Estates on Emirates Road.

Jumeirah Golf Estates Villas Flame Tree Ridge (FTR)

Fire Side (FS) Project at Jumeirah Golf Estates on Emirates Road Dubai

We prepared shop drawings for Al Nakhreh Contracting for the construction of multiple villas at Fireside project Jumeirah Golf Estates on Emirates Road.

Jumeirah Golf Estates Villas (FireSide)

Jumeirah Golf Estates Villas (Aerial View)

Jumeirah Golf Estates Villas (Aerial View)

Jumeirah Golf Estates Villas (Aerial View)

We prepared rebar shop drawings for Oceana Project at Palm Jumeirah. The project consisted of 7 beautifully designed buildings facing each other. Each building has 13 floors.

Oceana project Palm Jumeirah

Comprehensive Improvements of Sheikh Zayed Road

Our seasoned Rebar Detailing team undertook rebar detailing of this Jumeirah Lake Towers Interchange structure for Dutco Balfour Beaty (DBB LLC). We were classified as Bridges expert by DBB in the year 2008.

The Jumeirah Lakes Towers Interchange (also known as Interchange 5.5) project was opened to traffic in February 2009. This interchange is situated between a number of new, major urban developments, including Dubai Marina, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Jumeirah Beach Residence, Jumeirah Islands, and Canal Point.

Design Elements

Five-leg, multilevel, freeway-to-arterial interchange.
Total of 18 bridge structures at the interchange, plus the Dubai Marina Canal Bridge—which is a 6-span, 4-lane, 375-m-long structure.

Five elevated viaducts (flyovers) above Sheikh Zayed Road carrying up to 3 lanes of traffic in each direction.

Eastern leg of the interchange connects to two new major arterial roads that are under construction (West Parallel Road and East Parallel Road) and further on to the existing Emirates Ring Road expressway.

comprehensive improvements of sh zd road