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POWER PROJECTS

ENERGISING PLACES.
EMPOWERING PEOPLE.
EVOLVING INDUSTRY.
 
 

THERMAL POWER

Gammon is a pioneer in the field of Thermal Energy in India. Through in house research and development initiatives, the first RCC Natural Draught cooling Tower in India was built by Gammon in 1934 for the Sabarmati power plant. A battery of forty Induced Draught Cooling Towers at Koradi is also outstanding for its excellence.

 

We have developed our own software for the structural design of Natural-Draught Cooling Towers. The innovative Slip-From technique developed by Gammon allows chimneys of greater heights to be constructed fficiently and speedily. An example is the 220m high chimney for the Jindal Thermal Energy Project.

 

We constantly harness geological and natural resources to provide people with a source of energy.

 
 


NEYVELI

Tamil Nadu, India
Client: Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd.

 

Tower height 114m. Base diameter 94.4m. Project rating 2x210MW.

 


TATA POWER PROJECT

Trombay, Maharashtra, India
Client: Tata Electric Company, Mumbai

 

India’s first 500MW thermal power plant. Construction of station building. 136m in length with bay of 33m span x 40m height to house turbo generating unit. Adjoining bay with a span of 12m and 5 interfloors to house the cable vault.

 


RAICHUR COOLING TOWER

Raichur, Karnataka, India
Client: Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd., Bangalore

 

135m in height. Base diameter 112.2m.

 


BELLARY THERMAL ENERGY PROJECT

Bellary, Karnataka, India
Client: Bharat Heavy Electric Ltd.

 

275m - height of the chimney. 130m - height of the Natural Draft Cooling Tower.

 


SABARMATI THERMAL ENERGY PROJECT

Sabarmati, Gujarat, India
Client: Ahemdabad Electric Company

 

Induced Draft Cooling Towers, 50m in length. 20m in width. 15.6m in height.