The following gallery contains pictures of works as they have progressed during 2017 and 2018. Please scroll through for scenes of the site.
The sections below contain older pictures from the early phases of the project.
From January 7, 2016:
Dropping in the first thrust bearing bracket in pit number 3 at the Power House.
Completed Unit 1 pit, lifting of spillway gates for sand blasting, scaffolding of Power House, completed accommodation on camp, camp Clinic and installed Power House Overhead Crane.
From October 30, 2015:
Lowering Spillway Stop Log to control the flow of water in preparation of major sand blasting activities at the Gates – by Andritz Hydro GmbH:
From October 2015:
Major ongoing works in the Powerhouse:
From September 2015:
Concrete mixer station being erected, Completed camp accommodation, Concrete Mixer, Site clinic nearing completion, soil being loaded for testing, Staff carry out soil testing at the Geo-technical lab on site, some equipment on site, safety around power house:
From July 2015:
Foundation to super structure – camp accommodation for contractors:
From June 2015:
Activities of the project have significantly progressed since the end of the Ebola Outbreak. Procurement for the plant construction has been completed, and the project management team (LEC and its Owner’s Engineer, Norplan-Fichtner JV) has been able to finalize project schedules. Below are pictures of the foundation work for accommodation of Expat at the site, storage area and upgrading of road leading to the site. Other major activities on the site construction works will be documented on this page as it progresses.
Runner for Unit 1 (factory acceptance testing in February 2015) (Voith):
Turbine shaft (factory acceptance testing in January 2015) (Voith):
The runner band for Generating Unit 1 (Voith):
The runner blades (Voith):
The guide vanes for Unit 1 (Voith):
The step-up transformers (October; Voith):
The windings (October; Voith):
The manufacturing of spillway stop-logs (Andritz) in October 2014:
The on-site rehabilitation works started in January 2014, with the mobilization of Dawnus International Ltd., the Enabling Works contractor. Below are a selection of pictures of the Enabling Works activities, which were concluded in September 2014.
From July 2014:
From May 2014:
From February 2014:
On January 25, 2014, the President of the Republic of Liberia, Her Excellency Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, officially launched the Mt. Coffee Hydropower Rehabilitation Project in the powerhouse in Harrisburg Township. Below are some pictures of the event.