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Yazd Fruit and Vegetables Complex

Yazd Fruit and Vegetables Complex

This project includes procurement and execution of all civil, electrical, and mechanical work scopes related to phase F of Yazd fruit and vegetable complex which was awarded to this company after tender process. The whole project is divided into several amenities such as an administration, restaurants, eastern & western markets, one mosque, hotels, services, etc. mainly with steel structures. Parhoon Tarh co. is responsible for execution of all related civil works for phase F of the main plan.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: Omran Maskan Sazeh Paydar Co.
Consultant Engineer: Saman Ofogh Kish Consulting Engineers
Location: Iran-Yazd Province
Project Cost: 15 million USD
Project Duration: 18 months

 

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Project Volumes

Concrete Volume: 9,000 m3
Reinforcement: 800 tons
Formwork: 11,000 m2
Steel Works: 2,000 tons
Landscaping: 16,000 m2

Project Specification

Total Area of Buildings: 40,000 m2

Project Goals

  • Enhancing life facility and improving individual’s access to healthy foods, fresh fruits, vegetables, etc

Project Stakeholders

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Pardis Sonbol Residential Complex

Pardis Sonbol Residential Complex

Pardis resindential complex project with capacity of 498 units considered as one the biggest plans of PHI Co. is located in some 25 km form east of Tehran in new city of Pardis. This project with the main purpose of housing a large number of people, benefits of the Stud Panel system which is well known for its light weight leading to lower costs and time. The earthquake resistance system is provided with shear walls by constructing a 3*5 concrete box around stairs leveled up to 20 meters. Parhoon Tarh Co. was responsible for execution of all civil works in the project including steel structure as well as concrete shafts.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: Pardis Housing Investment Company
Consultant Engineer: Pardis Housing Investment Company
Location: Iran-Tehran Province
Project Cost: 7 million USD
Project Duration: 12 months

 

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Project Volumes

Concrete Volume: 3,000 m3
Reinforcement: 500 tons
Formwork: 20,000 m2
Steel Works: 4,000 tons

Project Specification

Total Area of Buildings: 45,000 m2
Capacity: 498 units
Number of Blocks: 15

Project Goals

  • Provision of living accommodation

Project Stakeholders

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National Customs Academy of Kabul

National Customs Academy of Kabul

National Customs Academy in Kabul, Afghanistan project aims to organize the customs service in Afghanistan as well as personnel training. This project is financed by Europe Union. After being qualified in both experience and technical criteria. Parhoon Tarh took part in the biding process and due to its highlighted history in similar project and financial proposal has achieved the award of this project. Parhoon Tarh is Responsible for of all structural, architectural, mechanical and electrical design of the project.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Main Contractor
Client: The European Union.
Consultant Engineer: Sim S.pA Co.
Location: Afghanistan-Kabul Province
Project Cost: 3 Million Euro
Project Duration: 18 months

 

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Project Volumes

Excavation: 7,000 square feet
Concrete Works: 2,000 square feet
Frame Working: 11,000 square feet
Steel Works: 3 tons
Reinforcement: 110 tons
Landscaping: 8,000 square feet

Project Specification

Total Area of Administrative Buildings: 600 m2
Total Area of Didactic Buildings: 1600 m2
Type of Structure: Concrete Structure

Project Goals

  • Organization and training of Customs Service personnel in Afghanistan

Project Stakeholders

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Uma Oya Underground Excavation

Underground Excavation Uma Oya Sri Lanka

The Uma Oya Multipurpose development project is a water transfer, hydropower and irrigation project in the south-Eastern part of the central highland region of srilanka. The main part of the scheme is situated in the south-western part of the Badulla district in the province of Oya. The project will transfer annual long-term average water quantity of 145 mcm for irrigation purpose and will develop a head of a more than 700 m for the production of electricity in a power plant with rated capacity of about 120 mv. The Project Consists Of Two Rcc Dams. The Frist One is To Be Built on Uma Oya River at Puhulpola Region. The Water from Uma OyaRiverbe linked through an approximately 3.7 km long link tunnel (further called conveyance tunnel) into the reservoir of the dyraaba dam built on mahatotillaoya river. from where an approximately 15.2km long headrace tunnel and 595m high vertical shaft will convey water to the underground powerhouse. The discharge from the powerhouse will be directed into alikotaoya River Through an approximately 3.6 km long tailrace tunnel, Which Is a tributary of kirindiOya River.


Status of Project: Completed

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Contractor
Client: Farab Company
Consultant Engineer: Mahab Ghodds Consultant
Location: Sri Lanka
Project Cost: 6.3 million USD
Project Duration: 215 Days

 

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Project Volumes

Concrete Volume: 2,000 m3
Reinforcement & Steel Works: 40 tons
Formwork: 500 m2
Excavation: 24,500 m3

Project Specification

Length of Tunnel: 750 m
VCA Tunnel Diameter: 2.55 m
LHT Tunnel Diameter: 2.15 m
LC Tunnel Diameter: 2.15 m

Project Goals

  • Construction of some spaces for installations and fittings in order to transfer water from Headrace Tunnel to Powerplant

Project Stakeholders

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Uma Oya Headrace Tunnel

Hydropower Plant Tunnel Uma Oya Sri Lanka

The Uma Oya Multipurpose development project is a water transfer, hydropower and irrigation project in the south-Eastern part of the central highland region of srilanka. The main part of the scheme is situated in the south-western part of the Badulla district in the province of Oya. The project will transfer annual long-term average water quantity of 145 mcm for irrigation purpose and will develop a head of a more than 700 m for the production of electricity in a power plant with rated capacity of about 120 mv. The Project Consists Of Two Rcc Dams. The Frist One is To Be Built on Uma Oya River at Puhulpola Region. The Water from Uma OyaRiverbe linked through an approximately 3.7 km long link tunnel (further called conveyance tunnel) into the reservoir of the dyraaba dam built on mahatotillaoya river. from where an approximately 15.2km long headrace tunnel and 595m high vertical shaft will convey water to the underground powerhouse. The discharge from the powerhouse will be directed into alikotaoya River Through an approximately 3.6 km long tailrace tunnel, Which Is a tributary of kirindiOya River.


Status of Project: In Progress

Project Highlights

Role of Parhoon Tarh: Contractor
Client: Farab Company
Consultant Engineer: Amberg Engineers
Location: Sri Lanka
Project Cost: 35.5 million USD
Project Duration: 25 Months

 

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Project Volumes

Concrete Volume: 1,000 m3
Excavation: 222,000 m3

Project Specification

Length of Tunnel: 15 km
Tunnel outer Diameter: 4.3 m
Tunnel inner Diameter: 3.8 m

Project Goals

  • Construction of Headrace Tunnel -15 Km Length- of the Uma Oya Multipurpose Development Project in Sri Lanka by mechanized method

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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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Project Volumes

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

Project Stakeholders