Design study of Lassithi plateau diversion tunnel to Aposelemis Dam, in Northern Crete Island

- Plateau’s water diversion works (sinkholes, ditches, water intake works).
- A 3,5km long diversion tunnel with an inclination ~ 15%.
- Diversion tunnel water outlet (penstock length 3.5 km), electromechanical installations for lighting, gates etc
- Energy dissipation outlet works

Hydraulic works design in parts of the Tirana - Elbasan highway

 - Gabion wall scour protection works
 - Culvert design and energy dissipation works
 - River training works design

Feasibility study for the use of recycled water in Larnaka

- ~ 55 m high earthfill dam
 - Foundation and abutment grouting is essential in order to minimise water losses

Highway design for the update of the New National Road into a Highway (ΠΑΘΕ), section: Stylida - Raches (Chainage 12+000 - 32+000)

The stormwater and drainage works design of the 180km2 basin refer to :
- The main higway, 19.235 km long
- Three (3) tunnels,
- Four (4) valley bridges,
- One (1) bridge (Vellias stream)
- Three (3) overpasses
- Eleven (11) underpasses.
- Three (3) interchanges : (α) Ag. Marinas - Stylidas(β) Stylidas - Karavomilou (γ) Karavomilou - Ahinou.
- Sideways and other local roads
- Temporary works during construction period.

Triantafyllia dam and appurtenant structures design / Technical Consultant for Triantafylia dam works construction

It is a rockfill dam with clay core, 77m high and 560m crest length. The total volume of the dam is 2.700.000m3. The dam is founded on gneiss. Dam reservoir’s capacity is 12.000.000m3.
The spillway has discharge flow of 370m3/s (PMF), with maximum width 32m. The energy dissipation is achieved through a flip bucket and a steeling basin.
The cross-section of the diversion tunnel is of horseshoe shape with 150m radius. When the construction is over, it is converted to an intake and reservoir drain works.

Implemetation of RBMP's at the river basins districts of Peloponnese, European Comission's Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC, Act 3199/2003 and P.D. 51/2007

This study was separated at three phases. The documents required at each phase were:
A Phase
- The identification of appropriate competent authorities
- Register of protected areas
- Economic analysis of water uses. Recovery of the costs of water services including environmental and resource costs
- Alternative proposals of flexible water pricing policies
- Characterisation and typology of surface water bodies. Initial and further characterisation of groundwater bodies.
- Reference Conditions for surface water body types


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