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WATER SUPPLY and TREATMENT
Access to drinking water is a fundamental right and a key issue for sustainable development.
Although 70% of the world is covered with water, only 2.5% of it is fresh; we need to ensure the usage of water more efficiently and effectively.
The world’s water supply is the lifeblood of our communities. Without ready access to clean and sustainable water supplies, we simply cannot exist. However; ensuring a safeguarded and durable water supply, is not as easy as it may sound.
SUİŞ PROJE has been assisting her clients to find sustainable solutions to issues related with supply, storage, treatment and distribution of drinking water.
We are working for the opportunity to add value – technical, economic, environmental and social issues. We constantly stretch our thinking to lower costs, increase efficiency, reduce risk and improve resilience and reliability. We do this through close collaboration with our clients – we understand their business environment and the needs of their end users.
We offer tailored solutions to the needs of our clients at every stage of the project:
· EIA and Feasibility Studies;
· Design and diagnosis of water supply systems;
· Assessment of water demand;
· Identification and validation of surface water or groundwater resources;
· Development of master plans for drinking water supply systems;
· Implementation of investment programmes;
· Design studies, implementation projects and preparation of tender dossiers;
· Works supervision;
· Training and Capacity Building;
"The objective of the project is to supply potable water for Gaziantep city (2.7 million population) Project components are: • Düzbag dam (concrete faced rock-fill dam thalweg elevation of 169 m, total storage capacity 182.52 hm3, dam body volume 21.33 hm3) • Düzbağ Dam – Gaziantep transmission line (capacity: 7.50 m3/s, Diameter: Ø2.60 & Ø1.80 m, Length: 109.76 km, Material: Steel) • Tunnel in transmission line: Length: 3.18 km, Diameter: 3.50 m) • Water Treatment Plant (300 000 m3/day capacity) • Hydroelectrical Power Plant (HEPP): Installed Power: 6 MW, Annual Energy Generation: 34.24 GWh"
" The project, which will meet the water needs of Ankara City until 2010, is designed to serve 3,650,000 inhabitants in an area of 54300 hectares. Water need was taken into account as 521 million m3 in 2010. The project covers revision of feasibility, construction design and preparation of tender documents for water supply scheme in order to supply an additional 226 million m³ water per year for Ankara city. The project is consisted of: • Işıklı diversion weir with a 1166 hm³ of reservoir and 1170 km² catchment area which will divert the water of Gerede stream, • 31,655 m long and 40 m³/s capacity tunnel with 4.5 m diameter that will transfer the water from Gerede stream valley to Çamlıdere dam basin.
"It includes the planning and preliminary design of Sazlıdere Dam which will supply water to Istanbul City. The Dam is on the Sazlıdere River which is 6 km upstream of Küçükçekmece Lake. Height will be 23.00 m from thalweg and 47.00 m from the foundation. It is planned as a zoned rockfill type dam. It will provide 49.56 hm³ water to the City of Istanbul. The pumping station at downstream of the dam with an installed capacity of 3400 kW, shall pump water to a surge tank which has 103 m maximum water elevation. Force main shall be 958 m long, 1300 mm inside diameter steel pipe. Water transmission line between surge tank and Water Treatment Plant shall be 3628 m long, 1600 mm inside diameter prestressed concrete pipe."
The project will provide 202 million m3 per year to Izmit and Istanbul Cities.The Project consists of : - Prestressed reinforced concrete pipe or steel pipes of various diameters (Diamater: 2200 mm / Total Length: 90 km) - 480 000 m³/day capacity Treatment Plant - 818 m long tunnel (Diameter: 3500 mm) - Water Tanks in various sizes
It consists of the planning, final design and construction supervision of İsaköy Dam and Transmission Line which is planned to supply 198 million m3 of water per year to Istanbul City. EPDC was carried out as a Joint Venture with the Japan Company. The facilities are 79 m in rock fill type. high dam, water intake war 35000 kW power pump station, 48.5 km. 2200 and 2300 mm in length.
Feasibility study of Sazlıdere Dam and related facilities were performed. The Dam is on the Sazlıdere River which is 6 km upstream of Küçükçekmece Lake. Height will be 23.00 m from thalweg and 47.00 m from the foundation. It is planned as a zoned rockfill type dam. It will provide 49.56x106 m³ water to the City of Istanbul.
Design Criteria : 2025 year population : 1 200 000 Design discharge : 19779 m³/hour Incoming BOD concentration : 203 g/m³ Incoming suspended particle concentration : 300 g/m³ Product BOD concentration : 25 g/m³ Product suspended particle concentration : 30 g/m³ Receiving stream : Porsuk River
Akcakale is located in Southeast Anatolia, on Syrian border. 85,000 people at 2027 year, 371 lt/sec project design discharge, 95 km sewer system and 4 km transmission line design, treatment plant is extended aeration type, 1,002 m³/hour project design discharge, 90% treatment, 20160 m³ (14 pieces) aeration pools, 8948 m³ final sedimentation tanks (2 pieces), 18816 m² sludge drying pools and 350 kW surface aerators.
Investigation of polluting factors in the drainage area of Devegeçidi and Dicle dams which are designed to supply water for Diyarbakir City (most crowded settlement in Southeastern Anatolia) and preparation of final designs of facilities to stop industrial, agricultural and oil based polluters.
It comprises upgrading existing 184 km main canal in Samur-Apsheron system, construction of 157 km new canal, renovation and/or reconstruction of Gilgilçay (150 hm³) and Tahtaköprü (220 hm³) dams and 7 diversion weirs, Tahtaköprü hydropower plant (27000 kW) and new intake structure from Samur River to increase water supply capacity from 55 m³/s to 115 m³/s, raising the crest elevation of Ceyranbatan Dam to increase storage capacity by 20 hm³ and eventually, increasing the irrigation capacity of agricultural land within the system from existing 149,000 ha to 184,000 ha and amount of potable water supplied to Baku and Sumgait cities from the present 12 m³/s to 22 m³/s.
Design of 50-1000 m3 Volume Prismatic Service and Collection Tanks Type Projects. Preparation of type projects of reinforced concrete warehouses to be used in drinking water facilities to be built by Iller Bank.
It includes the planning issues of Kırık Dam on Karasu Creek, at 86.5 m elevation from thalweg, in order to irrigate 11553 ha of agricultural area in the plains of Karasu and İhsangazi, irrigation facilities and water transmission line to supply 9.78 hm³ water per year to Kastamonu city. Kırık Dam is earthfill type, amount of fill volume is 5.40 hm³. Dam reservoir has a storage capacity of 42.00 hm³. The dam will provide 30.15 hm³/year water for irrigation and 9.78 hm³ for water supply. The project comprises design of two pumping stations and 25 km transmission line of Ø400-700 mm.
Service area of the project covers 87 villages in mountainous regions of Albania accumulated in 5 separate districts, for a total population of 66,000 inhabitants.
The objective of the Yeşilçay Project is to supply 145 million m³ of potable water per year to the city of Istanbul and its surrounding area (the service area) by diverting and treating water from the Sungurlu and Göksu rivers in order to ensure sustained economic growth and to maintain the hygiene of approximately 7.5 million inhabitants. The project is consisted of intake weirs (Sungurlu & İsaköy), open canals (8 m³/s-4 km, 13 m³/s-1.25 km), pumping stations (Kurfallı-3000 kW & Darlık-2500 kW)
The main scope of the project is to maintain urgent potable water supply of Bodrum Peninsula - one of the premium tourism regions of Turkey. The network, which will serve for an existing summer population of 300,000 is designed to supply sufficient water for 650,000 inhabitants.
İzmir is the third crowded city of Turkey, on Egean coast. The project comprises: Main transmission line of 4.20 m³/s capacity, 94.5 km long, Ø2000 mm diameter steel pipeline
The project covers design and tender documentation of water supply, sewerage and stormwater networks for Gebze (pop. 713000), Saraybahce (pop. 256000), Sarimese, Masukiye, Acisu, Derbent, Kurucesme and Kullar. Designs of following components are performed:
The project covers feasibility, design and tender documentation of water supply scheme for Adiyaman city with 627 000 target population for year 2050:
The project covers revision of feasibility, construction design and preparation of tender documents for water supply scheme in order to supply an additional 226 million m³ water per year for Ankara city. The project is consisted of:
Scope of the project covers potable water supply for Igdır city and irrigation water for Tuzluca plain. Project components are:
Soğucak Dam Height : 60.70 m (from thalweg), Type : Clay Core Rockfill Dam Reservoir Volume : 6.01 hm3 Purpose : Potable water supply (14 Villages + Vezirköprü District) + Irrigation Amount of Water Supplied: 1.82 hm3/year Irrigation Area : 1509 ha (gross
The objective of the project is to supply potable water for Gaziantep city (2.7 million population)
The project covers the following studies: Identification and evaluation of surface and ground water potential of Küçük Menderes Basin.
The project covers the following studies: Identification and evaluation of surface and ground water potential of Konya Closed Basin.
The project covers the following studies: Identification and evaluation of surface and ground water potential of Susurluk Basin.
The scope of services cover review of definitions and analysis of unit prices used by State Hydraulic Works (DSI) in their tenders for constructions of dams, power plants, irrigation schemes and water supply systems. The new study will develop the guidelines for determination of cost estimations for future investments of DSI.
The project covers: - Condition assessment and rehabilitation of the existing 1st stage water treatment plant with 720,000 m³/day capacity, - detailed design of 2nd stage water treatment plant with 1,123,000 m³/day capacity and, - architectural and conceptual design of the 3rd stage WTP with 1,123,000 m³/day capacity.
In Bursa province, new water resources were needed to meet the need for drinking and utility water, which increased with the expansion of the borders. In order to meet the drinking and potable water needs of the settlements in the service area in a healthy, continuous and economical way, this project investigates contribution of Hasanağa and Kayapa dams which were built for irrigation purposes. in addition to the existing drinking water resources, Yaylacik Dam will be studied to supply drinking water to the system.
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