Irrigation Elements of Bahr Al- Baqar
The project includes the construction of many bridges and industrial works on the new Bahr Al-Baqar lake to divert water and control its levels to ensure the transfer of the 5.6 million m3 per day needed to operate the Bahr lake treatment plant, which is the largest of its kind to support Sinai development efforts and to invest in infrastructure During the optimum utilization of the available water resources
Our Scope of Works:
1. A reservation bridge is constructed on the old bank at Quantum 27:
The work includes making a diversion to the old bank’s path, hammering metal curtains to support the sides of drilling, carrying out concrete piles of 80 cm in diameter by rotary drilling with a length of 4000 m and drilling with drying and making foundations, mules and bridges for the arch of reinforced concrete With a quantity of about 7500 m3 the bridge includes 7 holes 4 m in width and equipped with metal gates that work automatically and manually and the necessary cranes for maintenance.
2. The arch is constructed at quantum 17.55. The work includes the implementation of concrete piles of 80 cm in diameter by rotary drilling of a length of about 2800 m and drilling with drying and making the foundations, mules and bridge of reinforced concrete with an amount of about 3500 m3 and the bridge includes 4 holes with a width of 4 m and equipped with metal gates They operate automatically and manually, and the cranes required for maintenance.
3. The mouth of the bridge is constructed with the weir at a quantity of 6500. The work includes the implementation of concrete piles with a diameter of 80 cm by rotary drilling of a length of about 4000 m and drilling with drying and making the foundations, mules and bridges of reinforced concrete with an amount of about 6200 m3 and the work of the weirs to reduce the level of the drain bottom from 4.0 m to 7.5 m. The bridge includes 5 holes with a width of 4 m. It is equipped with metal gates that work automatically and manually and the necessary cranes for maintenance.
Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation
Jan. 2020 - Jan. 2021.