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Italy’s Trevi signs the contract for the maintenance works of Mosul Dam

 
 

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Press Release, 8 March 2016

TREVI, the TREVI Group division specialized in special foundations and ground engineering, signed (2 March) the contract for the maintenance and safety of Mosul Dam in Iraq. The preparation and signing of the contract, of a total value of 273 million euros, took place under the supervision of the Iraqi Ministry of Water Resources (MWR).

The award follows an international tender issued in October 2015, which followed an expedited process given the critical conditions of the dam.

"This contract, commented the company’s top management, confirms the important reputation TREVI Group has conquered the world thanks to its solid experience in these types of specialized works and in the Middle East. Specifically for this important project an intense level of drilling activities and injection of cement mixtures will take place for the consolidation of the foundations of the dam. It must be also noted that other activities such as the repair and maintenance of the bottom outlet tunnels will also take place as they are currently damaged. While initiating the first steps of mobilization, specialized courses and training for technicians and local staff for the use of Soilmec (TREVI Group) drilling rigs will also commence ".

The presence of the Italian military forces, will ensure the safety of the more than 450 technicians and staff of TREVI.
Press Release
8 March
 

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