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Storage reservoir for lowering the Szamos-Kraszna flood level

Hungary

Operations for the storage reservoir to lower the Szamos-Kraszna flood level were completed on schedule. The largest water catchment basin structure in Hungary with record dimensions was built near Tunyogmatolcs. Installation of lock plates and segment plates started during the summer months. Construction required more than 21,000 cubic metres of concrete and 2,560 tonnes of reinforced concrete. 13 columns designed to support the inflow of water are built on the structure with record dimensions of 118 m width and 278 m length.

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Project data

Year of completion
2013
Project duration
7 Months
Country
Hungary
Town or city
Tunyogmatolcs
Contractors
Tótok és Fiai Kft. (Tótok and Sons)
Structure
Energy and water
Type of structure
Industrial structures

Pillar/column

Construction method
Monolithic
Number of spans
12
Number of piers
13