Canals for water supply, irrigation and navigation

  • Nikitovka – KrasniyLuch Canal, Ukraine: design discharge 20,5 m3/s andlength 123 km; Preliminary design works, 1962
  • The Black Sea – Baltic waterway Canal, Ukraine, Belarus, Poland: length 928 km; Feasibility study,1963
  • Dnieper - Donbass Canal, stage 1, Ukraine: design discharge 120 m3/s andlength 263 km; All stages of design, 1969, commissioned in 1984
  • Danube - Nysporeny Canal, Ukraine, Moldova: length 175 km; Feasibility study, 1981
  • Danube - Dnieper Canal, Ukraine: design discharge 1530 m3/s andlength 440 km; Feasibility study, 1981
  • Dnieper - Donbass Canal, stage 2, Ukraine: design discharge 25,6 m3/s andlength 120 km; All stages of design, 1989-1990, (under construction)
  • Danube – The Sea Canal, Ukraine; Feasibility study, 1989
  • Danube – The Black Sea Canal, Ukraine; Feasibility study, 2002
  • Severskiy Donets - Donbass Canal, rehabilitation, Ukraine: design discharge 43 m3/s andlength 132 km; Schematic and detailed design, 2007-2008 commissioned in 1974
  • Don – Oskol Canal, Russia: design discharge 50 m3/s and length 120 km; Schematic design, 1973-1974