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Robert Wark, Nihal Vitharana and Michael Somerford

This paper reviews the history of dam remedial works on publicly-owned dams in Western Australia over the last 40 years. Projects have ranged from refurbishment of the facilities, through capacity upgrades to complete reconstruction. Major work has been undertaken on at least thirty dams. Most of these dams are now owned by Western Australia’s Water Corporation. The Corporation continues to undertake remedial works where necessary and now has a strategy in place for an on-going program of remedial works.

The paper outlines the scope of the work undertaken and why the work was required. The current status of the Corporation’s planning for an on-going remedial works program is also reported.

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    2000  Papers

    2000 – Dam Remedial Works in Western Australia

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    2003  Papers

    2003 – Investigations and Design of Upgrade Works at Tank Hill in Victoria

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    2003  Papers

    2003 – INVESTIGATIONS AND DESIGN OF UPGRADE WORKS AT TANK HILL RESERVOIR IN VICTORIA

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    2015  Papers

    2015 – Ailments of the first concrete dam in Sri Lanka and the remedial works

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    2015  Papers

    2015 – Hydration-Induced Stresses in Concrete Buttressing of Existing Concrete Gravity Dams

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    2013  Papers

    2013 – Design considerations in the continuous concrete buttressing of existing concrete gravity dams

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    2008  Papers

    2008 – Investigations and remedial works at Drakesbrook Dam in Western Australia

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    2010  Papers

    2010 – Challenges in dam design on lateritic soils

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