Kabul, September 10th, 2014 – Novin Simia Production Company has been received an award from Da’ Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) to manufacture 250 switchboard panels. DABS representatives visited Novin Simia’s manufacturing facility in Kabul and confirm the quality of the production line.
NovinSimia is the prime contractor to design and implement the power distribution network in Aino Mena Township in Kandahar for 23000 (twenty three thousand) housing units in approximately 20000 (twenty thousand) hectares area of construction. The major items in the scope of this project was to implement 70 km medium voltage overhead line distribution, 32 km Medium Voltage Underground, 160 km low voltage ABC cable distribution system and installation of 230 pole mounted transformers. NovinSimia deployed its professional and experienced cadre of personnel including engineers, technicians and skilled labour to proceed with the implementation of this project in rapid pace.
Location :Aino Mona , Kandahar Province , Afghanestan
Data :Jun . 2012 to Dec. 2013 ( substantially completed )
Task Order 6 NovinSimia is actively involved in rehabilitation and re-construction of Shindand Airbase since April 2008, working as the electrical sub-contractor with different General Contractor including Internationals and Nationals.The most recent task order under progress by NovinSimia in Shindand Airbase is Installation of 12 generators for 14MVA power plant and 12 km MV underground cable 2500kVA, 200kVA, 16 Set compact transformer stations. Currently 90% of the project’s scope is completed. This project features power generation facility and power distribution network for Shindand Airbase in its entirety – completely one of a kind.
Task Order 5 Another example of project experience of NovinSimia in power distribution tasks is the implementation of 17 km MV under ground grid along with 18 set Compact transformer station. NovinSimia was the electrical subcontractor to KAM Construction (General Contractor) in order to complete this task order for a US Army Corps of Engineers funded projects. The completion of this project was so important to provision of the security to one of the key tactical air base facilities of Afghanistan. The Client – US Army Corps of Engineers – put this news in its website as turning over a milestone project. "Our mission is to turn projects over and it is always a great thing to cut a ribbon on a facility with the quality products that were produced here," Mathew Walden, resident engineer and contracting officer for the project told the audience gathered for the ceremony at one of the site's guard towers.
US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and US Air Force
Center for Environment and Excellence (US AFCEE)
April 2008 to Apr. 2014
Shindand Airbase, Herat Province, Afghanistan