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Domestic Projects in Progress

1915 Çanakkale Bridge and Malkara-Çanakkale Motorway

The 1915 Çanakkale Bridge and Malkara-Çanakkale Motorway Project, the foundation of which was laid on March 18, 2017, is carried out by the joint venture group, including Limak. The 1915 Çanakkale Bridge, which will be the longest middle span suspension bridge in the world with a span of 2 thousand 23 meters between the tower abutments, is anticipated to have a side span of 4 thousand 608 meters. The bridge deck slab with a 2x3 traffic lane is anticipated to have a width of 45.06 meters and height of 3.5 meters, while walkways will be created on both sides of the bridge deck slab for maintenance and repair purposes. Each tower foundations are planned to be positioned at a depth of 40 meters on the ocean bottom, and the height of the steel tower shall be approximately 318 meters and the peak point of the tower shall be 333 meters.

After strengthening the floor on which the tower foundations (caissons) sit, all the production stages of caissons were completed, including dry dock and wet dock. As the tower installation works started in August 2019, the installation of the 11th steel tower blocks was completed by the end of 2019 on the bridge tower legs, which will consist of 32 steel tower blocks in total. Steel tower block installation works started in 2019, a total of 32 blocks for each of 4 tower legs, 3 transverse beams and active mass damper (AMD) installation between 4 tower saddles and tower uprising, were completed in 2020. The second stage production of the anchor blocks, which was the 1st stage of completed in 2019, was completed in 2020, following the start of the Suspension Bridge temporary cable works.

As part of the superstructure works of the approach viaducts, the production of the Asian and European approach bridge legs was completed and the manufacture of reinforced concrete decks applied by the push-and-slide method, the first 17 plaster strips of the north and south decks on the Asian side, and the push-and-slide operation were completed by the end of 2020. Manufacturing of the remaining 4 plaster strips are still ongoing. On the European side, the mold and reinforcement production of the first reinforced concrete deck started by the end of 2020.

The third shipment of the suspension bridge’s main cables produced in the people’s Republic of China was carried out by the end of the year. The final shipment is scheduled to be transferred to the site in February 2021.

The suspension bridge consists of 144 parallel bundles of wire (PPVVS) each of the North and South main cable. Each wire bundle in the main span consists of 127 wires with a diameter of 5.75 mm, while there are 4 extra bundles of the same wires in the side opening, and the main cable will be supported by the cable saddle on the side opening leg and the anchorage, and will be fixed to the anchor blocks.

As part of the main cable installation works, the installation of retraction construction beam, anchor beam supports and anchor beams for tower retraction works at the Asian and European anchor block site was completed by the end of December 2020. In addition, preparatory work began for the installation of tram support rope and tow rope systems. Regarding the factory production of Suspension Bridge steel discharges, as of the end of December 2020, the production of natural sub-plates continued at 91 percent, steel plate cutting work at 98 percent, block formation works 48 percent and painting work at 35 percent. By ensuring the transfer of the completed discharges to the field, they are stored in areas previously arranged as natural stockpiles in the dry dock area. As of the end of 2020, 10 steel decks have been transferred to the field.

As of the end of 2020, suspension rope (“PWS”) and cable clamp manufacturing of the suspension bridge factory production is ongoing, and progress in the production of suspension rope is at 38 percent, the second shipment package of cable clamps and connecting rods was shipped to the construction site from South Korea on December 22, 2020.

In the section of the Kınalı-Tekirdağ-Çanakkale-Savaştepe Motorway Project, which includes the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge, approximately 85 kilometers of 3x2 lane highway will be built except for the bridge. Approximately 75 kilometers of the highway will be built on the European side, between Malkara and Sütlüce, and the remaining 10 kilometers will be built on the Asian side, between Lapseki and Çanakkale. In addition to the construction of 4 viaducts consisting of 3 on the European side and 1 on the Asian side, there are constructions of 6 intersections, 42 overpasses, 41 underpasses and 223 culverts in total.

It is aimed to complete and open the 1915 Çanakkale Bridge, the superstructure of which is still ongoing, in 2023, on the 100th anniversary of the Republic.

 

Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey Campus 1st Stage

The 59-storey building with a gross area of 350 thousand square meters, which is under construction at the İstanbul International Financial Center, will be the tallest building in Europe when completed, with a height of 352 meters together with the antenna tower.

The project, which will be the symbol of the İstanbul Finance Center with its monumental facade, has a closed car park for 1100 vehicles in the basement floors, entrance lobbies, foyers, multi-purpose halls, recreation areas on the base floors and office areas, technical spaces and winter gardens on glass roofs.

The 1st Stage construction works (shell and core) under the responsibility of Limak will be completed in March 2022.

 

Artvin-Erzurum Highway Section I

The project, which has been offered on tender on 19 December 2018, covers the construction work of the 23.59 km section of the SarıgölÖğdem highway connecting the Yusufeli district to the Artvin-Erzurum highway.

Within the scope of the project, there are 15 tunnels with a length of 19.7 kilometers, 9 bridges with a length of 1,185 meters, 40 box culverts, 187 thousand tons of mechanical and 122 thousand tons of bituminous hot mix.

431 thousand cubic meters of open excavation and portal excavation, 359 thousand cubic meters of tunnel excavation, 45 thousand cubic meters of gunned concrete, 5 bridges, 21 box culverts, 437 thousand meters of rock bolts, weephole (barbican) and forepoling production have been completed.

The project is aimed to be completed in 2021.

 

Artvin-Erzurum Highway Section II

The project, which has been offered on tender on 19 December 2018, covers the construction work of the 28.5 km section of the Oltu-Olur highway connecting the Artvin-Erzurum highway.

Within the scope of the project, there are 17 tunnels with a length of 24 kilometers, 6 bridges with a length of 494 meters, 26 box culverts, 195 thousand tons of mechanics and 129 thousand tons of bitumen.

192 thousand cubic meters of open excavation and portal excavation, 339 thousand cubic meters of tunnel excavation, 44 thousand cubic meters of gunned concrete, 6 bridges, 22 box culverts, 318 thousand meters of rock bolts, weephole (barbican) and forepoling production have been completed.

The project is aimed to be completed in 2021.

 

Artvin-Erzurum Highway Section III

The project, which has been offered on tender on 19 December 2018, covers the construction work of the 14.9 km section of the İspir road, which connects to the Artvin-Erzurum highway.

Within the scope of the project, there are 7 tunnels with a length of 12.3 kilometers, 2 bridges with a length of 83 meters, 22 box culverts, 125 thousand tons of mechanics and 81 thousand tons of bituminous hot water.

1 million 600 thousand cubic meters of open excavation and portal excavation, 1 million 236 thousand cubic meters of tunnel excavation, 110 thousand cubic meters of gunned concrete, 13 box culverts, 1 million 764 thousand meters of rock bolts, weephole (barbican) and forepoling production have been completed.

The project is aimed to be completed in 2021.

 

Yusufeli Dam and HEPP

Yusufeli Dam and HEPPYusufeli Dam and Hydroelectric Power Plant Project; is located on the Çoruh River, 70 kilometers southwest of Artvin, in the Eastern Black Sea Region. When completed, it will be the highest dam in Turkey and the third highest dam in the World with a height of 275-meter and type of double curvature concrete arch dam.

The total water storage volume of the dam is approximately 2.2 billion cubic meters. The plant with a planned installed power of 558 MW will generate 1,888 billion kWh of energy annually.

The project contains 5,370,000 cubic meters of concrete, including 4,000,000 cubic meters of body concrete and 1,370,000 cubic meters of structural (conventional) concrete. A total of 70,000 tons of iron and steel products, including 61,000 tons of iron and 9,000 tons of steel, are used within the scope of the project.

Concrete casting activities are continuing in the dam body and the concrete of the body is planned to be completed in March 2021. Other units will be completed in July 2021 and ready to hold water.

 

Çetintepe Dam Completion

In the Çetintepe Dam project, which was signed on January 26, 2018 with the General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works, servicing works of fill dam with a height of 116 meters shall be carried out. Çetintepe Dam, which is being constructed on Göksu Stream in Gölbaşı district of Adıyaman province, is the first and main unit of the GAP-Adıyaman-Göksu-Araban Project.

After the completion of the project, irrigation of 70 thousand hectares of land in the Araban Plain, Yavuzeli Plain, Besni Keysun and Besni Kızılin plains, covering the provinces of Adıyaman, Gaziantep and Kahramanmaraş and reinforcement of potable water to Gaziantep is targeted.

The project is planned to be completed in 2022.

 

Terkos-İkitelli Transmission Line

Within the scope of the Terkos-İkitelli Transmission Line Construction project, which was signed on 6 August 2018, with the İstanbul Water Sewerage Administration, 36 km long Ø2500 mm between Terkosİkitelli on the European Side and 5 km Ø2200 mm steel transmission lines, floating pump system and piping between Terkos and Büyükçekmece Basin., 5 thousand cubic meters and 10 thousand cubic meters of warehouses, promotion and field works, evacuation, suction cups and valves shall be manufactured.

The project is planned to be completed in 2021.

 

 İmamoğlu Irrigation Section 4

The İmamoğlu irrigation area starts from Misis which is located 20 kilometers east of Adana, on the Lower Ceyhan Plain and extends to the Kozan district. The project includes the construction of the main pipeline and piped irrigation network, which shall provide irrigation of 26 thousand 213 hectares, and the operation of the plant for 36 months.

Within the scope of the project; production of 154 thousand meters of GRP pipe, 562 thousand meters of HDPE (PE 100) pipe laying, construction of 4535 pieces of art structure and 705 kilometers of maintenance roads, and consolidation of approximately 28 thousand hectares of land is planned.

By the end of 2020, the production of 55.317 meters of GRP pipes, 155.584 meters of HDPE (PE 100)pipes, 412 pieces of hydrants, 114 pieces of suction cups, 126 seperations and line closures, 230 pieces of bleed pipes and 461 elbow fixings mass concrete; a total of 1.343 art pieces production and 57 percent of the consolidation operations has been completed.


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