Type: Clay Core Rock Fill with Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) Spillway
Construction Date: 2005 - 2006
Location: North East District, Botswana
S 20.868571° E 27.450584°
Ntimbale Dam, situated in the Tati River near Francis Town, Botswana, is a 34m high dam with two independent dam walls. The first, a Clay Core Rock Fill (CCRF) with a 175m crest length and the second is a Roller Compacted Concrete (RCC) dam with a crest length of 155m. This wall has a central OG spillway of 75m in length.
Main purpose of the dam is water supply to the villages in the north-eastern district of Botswana.
Dam capacity of dam is 26 million m³.
Ntimbale Dam Instrumentation consists of the following:
Instruments installed in and around the Dam Embankment are intended to monitor:
Installed Instruments Specification:
Designers: Knight Piésold
Consulting Engineers: Knight Piésold
Contractors: Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon (WBHO)
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