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At the future Nizhne-Bureiskaya HPP, 50% of the planned volume of concrete was laid.

Hydroconstructors have put half of the design volume of concrete into the facilities of the future Nizhne-Bureyskaya HPP (Amur Region), the press service of JSC RusHydro reported.

According to the project, almost 574 thousand cubic meters of concrete should be laid in the hydropower facilities (station building, spillway dam, intersecting abutment, etc.).

Concrete work on the construction of the station began in the 2013 year, but their main volume fell on the 2014 year, from the beginning of which more than 250 thousand cubic meters of the mixture were laid in the station's structures.

At the moment, the concreting of rock blocks along the entire front of the HPP concrete structures is being completed. It remains to perform about 10% of the volume of work of this type: in the area of ​​the first-stage diversion canal, the spillway dam and the installation site.

Only concrete works employ more than 800 people and about 150 units of equipment.

In addition to concreting, work continues on the installation of embedded parts of the equipment in the area of ​​the HPP building: thresholds for trash rails, grapples and emergency repair gates have already been installed.

The Nizhne-Bureiskaya HPP is the counter-regulator of the Bureiskaya HPP, the second station of the Bureisk Hydropower Complex. The design capacity of the station is 320 MW (4 hydraulic unit), the average annual output is 1650 mln kWh. In addition to generating electricity, an important function of the Nizhne-Bureiskaya HPP is the leveling of uneven discharges from the Bureiskaya HPP during the day.

The construction of the Nizhne-Bureyskaya HPP has been under way since 2010; the construction of the station is one of the priority projects of the investment program of JSC RusHydro.

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