Rishabh Engineering – which provides multi-disciplinary engineering services to the power, water, and utility industries – partnered on the 105 MW Tarakhil Power Plant in Kabul, Afghanistan, to offer field engineering and an intelligent 3D model for the entire plant, including piping, equipment, civil, and structural.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) contracted with the Louis Berger Group/Black & Veatch Joint Venture to build the modern 105 MW Tarakhil Power Plant in Kabul, Afghanistan. It appointed Oilfield Supply Centre as the EPC with Rishabh to provide field engineering and an intelligent 3D model for the entire plant, including piping, equipment, civil and structural.
Covering almost one square mile, the project consists of 18 diesel engine generators of 5.8 MW each housed in three power blockscontaining six generators. Each is capable of collectively producing 105 MW of electricity.
Hexagon PPM products used in this project included CADWorx PlantProfessional, CADWorx P&ID, and CAESAR II.
“CADWorx reduced the modeling man-hours by 30 percent, increasing overall productivity by 20 percent,” said Arpit Gupta, Assistant Manager of Business Development at Rishabh.
Rishabh received the 2016 CADWorx Drivers of Success Award for its use of the software. The annual Drivers of Success competition recognizes innovative applications of CADWorx & Analysis products, impressive project results, and significant benefits from collaboration among disciplines and the integration of the products.
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