Responsible for design/build projects completed for the U.S. Military in Iraq and Kuwait under cost-reimbursable and firm-fixed-price contracts. Projects were of large-scale industrial types, and were executed under difficult circumstances that ranged from high voltage transmission lines to sweet water canal and pumping station refurbishment, medium voltage distribution systems including substations, dam repair and underground sanitary repairs.
Diyala Governor Muthanna al-Tamimi announced on Wednesday the arrival of five mobile power stations in the liberated areas of the province.
Tamimi said in a statement that “five mobile power stations reached the Directorate of power transmission networks of liberated areas, in the areas of Jalawla, Saadiyah, Qara Tabbah and Mansuriya in the province.”
He added that “the capacity of one power 132 132 mW,” noting that “this number is the first meal to strengthen the power sector in the liberated areas of Diyala.”
He pointed out that “the coming days will see the arrival of several other stations to the province.”
Most of Diyala province, especially the liberated ones, suffer from government neglect in important sectors, including water, electricity and infrastructure.