IRRIGATION WORK SUPERVISION
ENSURING EXCELLENCE & CONSISTENCY IN THE FIELD OF IRRIGATION
An irrigation project is an agricultural establishment which can supply controlled amounts of water to lands for growing crops. Irrigation projects mainly consist of hydraulic structures which collect (from a source), convey and deliver (to farm fields) water for irrigation. A small irrigation project may consist of a small diversion weir (or a pumping plant) with small channels and some minor control structures.
A large irrigation project includes a large storage reservoir created by a huge dam (or a long weir or barrage), hundreds of kilometres of canals, branches and distributaries, control structures and other works. Large irrigation projects are generally built as multipurpose projects which also serve to generate hydropower, control floods, and meet water supply and other demands.
THE VOLSON ADVANTAGE
Flood & Drought Management
Advance precautions and preparations are key to manage adverse flood & drought like situation. Our preventive measures include:
- Timely maintenance of the irrigation system and adoption of a crop stabilization strategy.
- Implementing an early warning intelligence system.
- Alternate arrangements for drinking-water supply.
- Construction of deep wells and bore wells and repair of those which are defunct and continuous repair of hand pumps.
Analysis of Environmental Impact
An environmental impact analysis is typically conducted to assess the potential impact a proposed development project will have on the natural and social environment.
This may include an assessment of both the short- and long-term effects on the physical environment, such as air, water and/or noise pollution; as well as effects on local services, living and health standards, and aesthetics.
Storage of Irrigation
Irrigation technique is broadly classified as basin irrigation; border irrigation; furrow irrigation and uncontrolled flooding.
Repair & Maintenance
Use of various non-destructive, partially-destructive tools to assess the condition of the structure.
Selecting measurable parameters that are useful in deciding further repair and maintenance practice. practices for typical near-surface repair, corrosion protection, structural strengthening, structural stabilization.