Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project
Kariba Dam Rehabilitation Project





Located on the Zambezi River, bordering Zambia and Zimbabwe, the Kariba Dam is a monumental structure constructed between 1956 and 1959, creating one of the largest artificial lakes globally.

Currently, renovations include enlarging and reshaping the plunging pool, necessitating the implementation of an additional monitoring system for better dam behavior control during excavations and dewatering activities.

Our responsibilities encompass supplying, installing, testing, and commissioning numerous Telelot units, alongside an automatic data logging system for existing piezometers.

Additionally, we’re automating uplift pressure measurements in the dam galleries. The project incorporates 12 Huggenberger telependulums model VDD2V4 Teletots, Sisgeo Up-lift Pressure Sensors (Piezometers and Manometers), 5000 meters of cables for piezometers, and 1200 meters of digital cables for the automatic system.

These efforts demonstrate our commitment to ensuring the safety and efficiency of the Kariba Dam infrastructure amidst ongoing renovations and improvements.

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