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Access Road to Seymareh

Access Road to Seymareh

The scope of works for this contract includes all civil and related tasks in order to construct the access road of the Seymareh hydro power plant.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: EPC Contractor as member of Tablieh-Parhoon Tarh J.V.
Client: Iran Power and Water Development Company
Consultant Engineer: Mahab Ghods Consulting Engineers
Location: Iran-Ilam Province
Project Cost: 15 million USD
Project Duration: 20 months

 

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Embankment: 300,000 m3
Excavation: 1,200,000 m3 (In Rock)
Masonry: 30,000 m3

Project Specification

Length of Road: 10.7 km
Width of Road: 15 m
Bridges & Walls: 30 Nos.

Project Goals

  • Providing the possibility of accessing to the main site of the Seymareh Hydropower plant

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Isfahan 230 KV Cable Tunnel

Isfahan 230 KV Cable Tunnel

Description of ProjectThe contract of this project consists of designing and construction of 230 KV cable tunnel located between Isfahan university and Taleghani post with total length of 4,600 m. Designing and construction of this project includes tunnel construction with ventilation shaft of inauguration time, procurement, delivery, erection and operation of the electrical and mechanical equipment’s of inauguration time that will be done by contractor. It was concluded to implement a TBM due to high speed and great performance of this machine, critical location of the project in addition to traffic congestion problems. Parhoon Tarh Co. is responsible for all related works in a framework of an EPC contract, which was awarded to Tablieh-Parhoon Tarh J.V.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: EPC Contractor as member of Tablieh-Parhoon Tarh J.V.
Client: Isfahan Regional Power Company
Consultant Engineer: Farbar Consulting Engineers
Location: Iran-Isfahan Province
Project Cost: 27 Million Euro
Project Duration: 30 months

 

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Concrete Volume: 11,000 m3
Reinforcement & Steel Works: 1,200 tons
Formwork: 43,000 m2
Excavation: 40,000 m3

Project Specification

Length of Tunnel: 4.6 km
Tunnel outer Diameter: 3.00 m
Tunnel inner Diameter: 2.44 m

Project Goals

  • Power transmission network of Isfahan
  • Carrying 230 KV cables from the first Islam Abad power plant

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South Pars 13th Phase Laydown Roofed Warehouse & Landscaping

South Pars 13th Phase Laydown Roofed Warehouse & Landscaping

Construction of these warehouses was started with the objectives of storing equipment’s and materials close to the execution sites. Parhoon Tarh Co. was responsible for construction of all civil, architectural, electrical and mechanical works except steel structures.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: P.P.I (Petro Paidar Iranian) Co.
Consultant Engineer: P.P.I (Petro Paidar Iranian) Co.
Location: Iran-Bushehr Province
Project Cost: 5 million USD
Project Duration: 8 months

 

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Project Volumes

Concrete Volume: 5,500 m3
Sandwich Panel: 25,000 m2

Project Specification

Number of Warehouses: 12,000 m2
Total Area: 18,000 m2
Height: 9 m

Project Goals

  • Provision of required warehouses for equipment’s and materials used in 13th phase of South Pars

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Malard Residential Complex

Malard Residential Complex

Malard residential complex project is located in a land with area of 76,000 m2 on the opposite side of Malard municipality. First phase of this complex is designed in 6 diverse blocks. This company as an EPC contractor has utilized tunnel form working system for its high speed performance in order to industrialize the concrete frame of residential buildings. In this method, the load bearing shear walls of each story are poured simultaneously with the roof of the floor. High speed and easy performance are the major benefits of this method in comparison with classic ones. Parhoon Tarh Co. is responsible for architectural and structural design as well as execution of all civil, mechanical, and electrical works.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: EPC Contractor
Client: Omran & Maskan Sazeh Paydar (Mehr Derakhshan) Co.
Consultant Engineer: Ateck & Tavan J.V.
Location: Iran-Alborz Province
Project Cost: 65 million USD
Project Duration: 22 months

 

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Project Volumes

Concrete Volume: 80,000 m3
Reinforcement: 7,000 tons
Formwork: 492,000 m2

Project Specification

Total Area of Buildings: 140,000 m2
Capacity: 1272 units
Number of Blocks: 25
Number of Floors: 5 to 11

Project Goals

  • Provision of living accommodation

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Twin Towers Telecommunication of Company of Iran

Twin Towers Telecommunication of Company of Iran

TCI company’s headquarters and subsidiaries is located in the North West Region of Tehran on the south side of Hemmat highway near by Sheikh Bahai Avenue . The project includes two 34 story towers and a multistory parking ,twin towers are exactly the same in structures and each one has 4 stories undergroud and 30 stories above. Among all experienced an reputable contractors Parhoon Tarh approved in the tender in June 2012 and was introduced as main contractor.


Status of Project: In Progress

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: Iran Telecommunication Company
Consultant Engineer: Consulting engineers of planning and design
Location: Iran-Tehran Province
Project Cost: 2,800 Billion IRR
Project Duration: 36 months

 

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Stabilization: 13,000 m2
Piling: 19,000 meter
Concrete Works: 90,000 m2
Framework: 190 tons
Reinforcement: 75,000 tons
Anti-Fire Painting: 17,000 m2

Project Specification

Height of each Tower: 158 m from ground
No. of Floors for each Tower: 34
Type of Roofing: Metal Deck
Type of Structure: Steel Structure
Area of each Tower: 52,000 m2
Total Area: 196,000 m2

Project Goals

  • Providing office spaces, classes, document archives, stores, conference rooms, restaurants and other requirements of Telecommunication Company of Iran

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Shiraz Forsat Railway Station

Shiraz Forsat Railway Station


Status of Project: In Progress

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: Shiraz Urban Railway Organization
Consultant Engineer: Monenco Consulting Engineers
Location: Iran-Fars Province
Project Cost: 11 million USD
Project Duration: 16 months

 

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Concrete Volume: 19,000 m3
Formwork: 18,000 m2
Reinforcement: 2,900 tons
Steel Works: 760 tons
Piling: 1,220 m

Project Specification

Total Area: 7,000 m2
Method Statement: Bottom to Top

Project Goals

  • Development of urban railway plans in Shiraz city regarding the fundamental demands of public transformation

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Isfahan Takhti Railway Station

Isfahan Takhti Railway Station

Takhti station as one of the major stations of Isfahan urban railway plan is situated at the Takhti intersection in Isfahan. This contract was awarded to this company due to previous experiences in this field. Parhoon Tarh Co. is responsible for execution of all remained civil, electrical, and mechanical works of project as the main contractor.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: Isfahan Urban Railway Organization
Consultant Engineer: Naghsh Jahan Talash Consulting Engineers
Location: Iran-Isfahan Province
Project Cost: 15 million USD
Project Duration: 24 months

 

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Concrete Volume: 19,000 m3
Formwork: 22,000 m2
Reinforcement: 1,500 tons
Steel Works: 190 tons

Project Specification

Total Area: 7,000 m2
Method Statement: Top to Bottom

Project Goals

  • Development of urban railway plans in Isfahan city regarding the fundamental demands of public transformation

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Shiraz Urban Railway Central Depot

Shiraz Urban Railway Central Depot

This central depot which is located in Shiraz city includes several buildings such as a view hall, a washing hall, an administration building, parking spaces, stores, power posts, etc. The whole work scopes of the contract including all civil, electrical, and mechanical activities were completely done by Parhoon Tarh Co. as the main contractor.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: Shiraz Urban Railway Organization
Consultant Engineer: Itsen Consulting Engineers
Location: Iran-Fars Province
Project Cost: 7 million USD
Project Duration: 15 months

 

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Concrete Volume: 15,000 m3
Formwork: 20,000 m2
Reinforcement: 350 tons
Earth Works: 70,000 m3
Steel Works: 750 tons
Landscaping: 6,000 m2

Project Goals

  • Provision and extension of storage spaces for Shiraz railway project

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Isfahan Jaber Railway Station

Isfahan Jaber Railway Station

Jaber station as one of the main stations of Isfahan urban railway plan is situated in a space with some area about 4,000 m2. Architectural aspects of this station is designed in two floors including top floor as the ticket hall with equipment spaces and bottom floor in which platforms of stations and other equipment’s are located. Structure of this station is a combination of concrete wall in the bottom floor and a mat foundation where the top floor is executed on with a combination of concrete beams and columns. Parhoon Tarh Co., the main contractor, was responsible for execution of all civil, electrical, and mechanical works of the project.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: Isfahan Urban Railway Organization
Consultant Engineer: Badband Consulting Engineers
Location: Iran-Isfahan Province
Project Cost: 7 million USD
Project Duration: 23 months

 

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Concrete Volume: 15,000 m3
Formwork: 25,000 m2
Reinforcement: 2,000 tons
Earth Works: 70,000 m3
Steel Works: 120 tons

Project Specification

Total Area: 7,000 m2
Method Statement: Open trenches excavation and provision of stability

Project Goals

  • Development of urban railway plans in Isfahan city regarding fundamental demands of public transformation

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Steam Part of “Kashan” Combined Cycle Power Plant

Steam Part of “Kashan” Combined Cycle Power Plant

“Kashan” Combined Cycle Power Plant, has been constructed in Kashan city, Esfahan province. Capacity of this power plant, being the supplier of a part of the overall network electricity of the country, is 324 MV, being supplied by operating two gas stations .The main owner of the project, is the Power Development Organization of Iran. Based on the approved strategy, Kashan Power Plant Project, has been implemented in form of 17 contracts in the engineering, equipment supply and execution sectors. Also the post capacity of Kashan Power Plant, is 230 Kilo volts, and the engineering, supply and construction thereof, is within the working scope of the project owner. The executive operations of Kashan Power Plant construction started on 23 Jan., 2008 and the first unit of the said power plant, entered the circuit on 27 June, 2009 (Synchron). The last unit of this power plant was provisionally delivered to the owner on 31 Jan., 2010. In the Kashan Gas Power Plant Construction Project, the record of minimum interval between the start of excavation of the hall turbine and the Synchron of the 1st unit, has been registered as a period of 14 months.


Status of Project: In Progress

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Contractor of all construction operations
Client: Mapna Group
Consultant Engineer: Ghods Niroo Consulting Engineers Company
Location: Esfahan Province
Project Cost: 323,269,205,382
Project Duration: 24 Months

 

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Project Volumes

Concrete Work: 24456 m3
Excavation: 202006 m3
Formwork: 41781 m2
Reineforcement: 2243918 Kg
Steel Structures: 190557 Kg

Project Specification

Type of Power Plant: Combined cycle
Power Plant Capacity: 324 MV
Number of Units: 2 gas units, each 162 units

Project Goals

  • Power Generation & Improvement of Environmental Conditions

Project Stakeholders