The Saveh grey cement factory is located 50 km from Saveh, a city in Markazi
province in central Iran. Encompassing an area of 120 hectares, the plant is set
to produce 7200 tonnes of cement per day, which can be increased to 8000 tonnes.
Saveh grey cement factory is one of the most advanced cement producing plants in
Iran, as well as the Middle East. Given the fact that over the past 20 years
construction time for cement factories built in Iran has averaged 8 years or
more, the Saveh factory is completed in 36 months (including civil &
installation works), is destined to usher in a new era in Iran’s cement industry
as far the speed of construction is concerned. The plant will also exceed
national quality standards.
Limestone, the main raw material used in Saveh grey cement factory, is
acquired from the huge Doshakh quarry located only 4 km away from the project
site. Also, 400 hectares of uncultivated land surrounding the factory is devoted
to planting trees, shrubs, and other greeneries, thus providing a pleasant
scenery and minimizing the factory’s negative impacts on the environment.
Scope of Work
Kayson’s scope of work involved the civil works of Saveh grey cement
factory’s production lines, including cut and fill operations, concrete pour of
above and under-ground structures, limestone crushing plant, raw mill feed
bunkers, raw mills, two nine-stage 110-meter high preheaters, coolers, ESP
(electrostatic precipitator) dedusting units, cement silos, clinker silos,
packing and loading plant, blending silos, masonry work, building construction,
structural steelwork, etc.
- Concrete: 145,000 m3
- Reinforcement: 18,000 t
- Formwork: 250,000 m2
- Heavy steelwork: 4000 t
- Earthwork: 220,000 m3