Hydrotechnical constructions are those constructions built to retain a volume of water, to direct water, constructions to regulate the course of the water, adduction works.

Hydrotechnical constructions include: dams, water supplies, dykes, industrial and drinking water purification and treatment plants, water bank reinforcement, diversions, galleries, water towers, boreholes and injections, etc.

Hydrotechnical constructions – River bed regularisation and consolidation, concrete canals, walled canals, concrete waterfall chambers, rockfill sills, dams.

Building works – Water catchment, water supply networks, water distribution networks, sewerage networks, pumping stations, treatment plants, sewage treatment plants.

Water and building constructions provide people with safety of life and property as well as meeting water requirements, both qualitative and quantitative.