Navigation structures (Shipping locks)

  • Kakhovka Lock on the Dnieper River, Ukraine: head 17.0 m, depth at the sill 4.0 m andchamber dimension 270х18 m; All stages of design, commissioned in 1956
  • Kremenchuk Lock on the Dnieper River, Ukraine: head 17.0 m, depth at the sill 3.65 m andchamber dimension 270х18 m; All stages of design, commissioned in 1960
  • Dneprodzerzhynsk Lock on the Dnieper River, Ukraine: head 12.5 m, depth at the sill 3.65 m andchamber dimension 270х18 m; All stages of design, commissioned in 1964
  • The Black Sea – Baltic water way on the Dnieper –Pripyat –Bug –Visla Rivers, Ukraine, Belarus, Poland: head from 6 m to 15 m, depth at the sill 1.8 m; 4.0 m andchamber dimension 150х18 m, 270х18 m; Feasibility study, 1964
  • Kiev Lock on the Dnieper River, Ukraine: head 11.5 m, depth at the sill 4.0 m andchamber dimension 150х18 m; All stages of design, commissioned in 1968
  • Kaniv Lock on the Dnieper River, Ukraine: head 12.5 m, depth at the sill 4.0 m andchamber dimension 270х18 m; All stages of design, commissioned in 1975
  • Dnieper HPP-2 Lock on the Dnieper River, Ukraine: head 38.7 m, depth at the sill 5.5 m andchamber dimension 290х18 m; All stages of design, commissioned in 1978
  • Danube – sea Channel on the Danube River, Ukraine: head 1.3 m, depth at the sill 7.85 m andchamber dimension 300х34 m; Feasibility study, 1989, 2002
  • Dubossary Lock on the Dniester River, Moldova: head 17.2 m, depth at the sill 3.65 m andchamber dimension 144х15 m; Schematic design, 1980
  • Krasnogorsk Lock on the Irtysh River, Russia: head 4,9 m, depth at the sill 4,0 m andchamber dimension 150х20 m; Schematic design, Detailed design, 2011
  • Grodno HPP Lock on the Neman River, Belarus: head 18,0 m, depth at the sill 2,3 m andchamber dimension 100х15 m; Feasibility study, 2010
  • LuangPrabang Lock on the Mekong River, Laos: head 35,75 m, depth at the sill 3,0 m and chamber dimension 120х12 m; Feasibility study, 2008-2011