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Piura: Construction of the Cascapampa dam registers a progress of 14% in Peru

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Published Apr 13, 2024

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The Regional Government of Piura is making progress on the Cascapampa dam project in the Sondorillo district, with a 14% completion rate. This S/24 million initiative aims to store over 2.9 million cubic meters of water for irrigating 1,364 hectares, benefiting 2,034 local producers, including livestock and fish farmers. Despite delays due to the rainy season, construction of access roads, a spillway, and dam excavation are ongoing. The project, executed by Consorcio R and monitored by the Comptroller's Office, involves collaboration with local user commissions and communities, promising to be the largest dam in the Piura mountain range.
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The Special Irrigation and Hydroenergy Project of Alto Piura, under the administration of the Regional Government of Piura, reports that the work “Creation of the Cascapampa dam for the supply of water for irrigation” has reached a progress of 14%. This initiative, located in the district of Sondorillo, aims to store more than 2.9 million cubic meters of water, which will make it possible to irrigate 1,364 hectares of crops. The execution of the work requires an investment of S/24 million. Among the main activities being carried out are the access roads, reinforced concrete spillway and the excavation of the dam, taking into account the rainy period in the area that has generated some expected delays. In addition, the work has funds for concurrent control by the Comptroller's Office. Likewise, the hydraulic work becomes the largest dam in the Piura mountain range and will benefit 2,034 producers from the user commissions of Cascapampa - Sondorillo and Tierras Amarillas, in ...
Source: AgroPeru
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