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Kissir The dam was constructed on river Kissir at north-east part of Algeria, near the city of JIJEL, about 1 km from the Mediteranean coast. Purpose of the dam is water supply to city of Jijel and irrigation of coastal region. 
Prvonek  
Storage reservoir „Prvonek“ will provide drinking water to Vranjska Banja,Vranje, Bujanovac, Preševo.
Dam Sarrath The dam was constructed on river SARRATH in west part of Tunisia, near the town of EL KEF and it will be used for water supply and irrigation of region of Boughanem and Mahjouba. 
Tunel - Interceptor Sewer INTERCEPTOR, Usce-Veliko Selo, is designed as solution for collection and transfer of waste water and part of rain water from central sewerage system of Belgrade, including Novi Beograd and Zemun. Waste water will be collected and transferred downstream from the city to river Danube.  
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Railways, roads, and bridges

Railways, roads, and bridges

These kinds of structures GP "Hidrotehnika-Hidroenergetika"
was executing mainly within scope of large hydro-technical projects

Road Redjma - Gattara, Libya 

Length 

9.5 km 

Width 

8m 

Construction time 

1970-1971 "Wadi Gattara" Dam Project 

Road Derna-Bu Mansur, Libya

Length

24 km

Width

8 km

Construction time

1975-1977 "Wadi Dernah" Dam Project, including construction of 10 bridges with total length of 350 m.

Railway Beograd-Bar, Yugoslavia

Total length

12,8 km

Construction time

1969-1973

Railway Gardimaou - Tunis

Constructed within Sidi Salem dam project in period between 1978-1981. Railway is 28 km long with three bridges of metal construction and total length of 360 m.  40 various hydro-technical structures were constructed as well.

Excavation

1.560.000 m3

Embankment

970.000 m3

Railway Mateur-Beja, Tunis

15 km

Construction time

1981-1984

Excavation

1.835.000 m3

Embankment

850.000 m3

Concrete

8.000 m3

Bridges on railways and roads

Length total

3.300 m

Height max.

80 m

Construction time

1950-1990