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A good brochure of the incredible hydroelectric power plants thru out Quebec,Canada

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  • Hydropower and Dams Capability Statement

    La Grande-1 power plant (1,368 MW), Quebec, Canada

  • Hydropower and Dams Capability Statement

    T able of C ontents

    1. Company profile ......................................................................................................................................... 1.1

    1.1 AECOM Overview ...................................................................................................................................... 1.1 1.2 Our shared purpose and core values ........................................................................................................ 1.1 1.3 Quality Assurance ...................................................................................................................................... 1.1 1.4 Environmental Policy ................................................................................................................................. 1.1 1.5 Energy ........................................................................................................................................................ 1.1 1.6 Hydropower and Dams .............................................................................................................................. 1.1

    2. Hydropower and Dams Services ............................................................................................................... 2.1

    2.1 Planning, Investigation & Design Services ............................................................................................... 2.1 2.1.1 Resource Identification and Feasibility Studies ........................................................................... 2.2 2.1.2 Due Diligence ................................................................................................................................ 2.2 2.1.3 Refurbishments and Upgrades ..................................................................................................... 2.2 2.1.4 Reservoir Optimisation and Design and Generation Output Modelling ........................................ 2.2 2.1.5 Hydraulic Design ........................................................................................................................... 2.2 2.1.6 Geotechnical Engineering ............................................................................................................. 2.2 2.1.7 Civil and Structural Design Aspects .............................................................................................. 2.2 2.1.8 Dam Spillway ................................................................................................................................ 2.2 2.1.9 Dam Safety ................................................................................................................................... 2.3 2.1.10 Generating Plant and Associated Equipment ............................................................................... 2.3 2.1.11 Project Evaluation ......................................................................................................................... 2.3 2.1.12 Program Management .................................................................................................................. 2.3 2.1.13 Construction Management ............................................................................................................ 2.4 2.1.14 Owners Engineer ......................................................................................................................... 2.8

    2.2 Private Power ........................................................................................................................................... 2.10 2.3 Environmental and Social Analysis .......................................................................................................... 2.10 2.4 Support Services ...................................................................................................................................... 2.11

    2.4.1 Cone Penetration Testing ........................................................................................................... 2.11 2.4.2 Drilling ......................................................................................................................................... 2.11 2.4.3 Geophysics ................................................................................................................................. 2.11 2.4.4 Geographic Information Systems ............................................................................................... 2.11 2.4.5 Laboratory Testing ...................................................................................................................... 2.12 2.4.6 Non-Destructive Testing and Evaluation .................................................................................... 2.12 2.4.7 Surveying .................................................................................................................................... 2.12 2.4.8 Wetlands ..................................................................................................................................... 2.12

    2.5 Specialty Tools ......................................................................................................................................... 2.12 2.5.1 Physical Hydraulic Modeling ....................................................................................................... 2.12 2.5.2 Numerical Modeling Capabilities ................................................................................................ 2.13 2.5.3 CFD Modeling Capabilities ......................................................................................................... 2.13 2.5.4 Hydraulic Transients (Water Hammer) Modeling Capabilities .................................................... 2.13 2.5.5 River Engineering, Sediment Transport, and Water Quality Simulation Experience ................. 2.14 2.5.6 Computer Aided Tri-dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) .............................................. 2.14 2.5.7 CFD Modeling and CATIA .......................................................................................................... 2.14

    3. Projects ...................................................................................................................................................... 3.1

    3.1 Major Hydropower Projects........................................................................................................................ 3.1 3.2 Small and Mini Hydro ................................................................................................................................. 3.2 3.3 Rehabilitation of Hydropower Plants .......................................................................................................... 3.3 3.4 Dam Projects (new construction, rehabilitation and dam safety)............................................................... 3.4

  • Hydropower and Dams Capability Statement

    T able of Appendix Appendix A - MAJOR HYDROELECTRIC PROJECTS Appendix B - SMALL AND MINI-HYDRO Appendix C - REHABILITATION OF HYDROPOWER PLANTS Appendix D - DAM PROJECTS

    Ashlu Creek power plant (49.9 MW), British Columbia, Canada

  • Hydropower and Dams Capability Statement

    1. COMPANY PROFILE

    Manantali power plant (200 MW), Senegal, Mali and Mauritania

  • Hydropower and Dams Capability Statement

    1. C ompany profile 1.1 AECOM Overview AECOM is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including energy, transportation, buildings, and environment.

    With more than 45,000 employees around the world, AECOM is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves. AECOM provides a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering solutions that enhance and sustain the worlds built, natural and social environments.

    A Fortune 500 company, AECOM (NYSE: ACM) has its headquarters in Los Angeles, California, serves clients in more than 130 countries around the world and has annual revenue in excess of $8.0 billion.

    1.2 Our shared purpose and core values AECOMs shared purpose is to enhance and sustain the worlds built natural and social environments.

    AECOMs core values are integrity, employees, safety, clients, excellence, innovation, agility and profitable growth.

    1.3 Quality Assurance AECOMs Energy offices are ISO 9001:2000 accredited for Design. We recognize the need for Total Quality Management (TQM) and have rigorous QA procedures in place to ensure that its work is of a consistently high standard.

    1.4 Environmental Policy

    Our goal is to create a cleaner world and a better future for the next generations. Our major practices integrate sustainability elements in our service delivery, yet we also provide sustainable development program-wide solutions for major environmental challenges. For example, our Air Quality team routinely performs Greenhouse Gas (GHG) programs and our Remediation Consulting & Engineering practice is a leader in green or sustainable remediation.

    1.5 Energy AECOMs Energy Group employs over 5 000 professional staff working in the Energy Business Line worldwide.

    AECOM is a global leader in integrated planning, engineering and design solutions for a sustainable energy future and encourages local involvement by including local personnel in these teams.

    With over 90 years of experience, we have conceived, planned and supervised energy projects of every type and size, totalizing +140,000 MW of installed capacity, +40,000 kilometres of transmission lines and over $7