Construction of main dam and side dam, spillway, diversion tunnel, irrigation outflow, generation intake and access and internal roads.
The works carried out helped to contain the waters of the Juramento River, regulating flow to allow the irrigation of 100,000 ha of arable land, mitigating floods and ensuring power generation.
There are two diversion and intake tunnels for irrigation and for the power plant central consisting of two galleries with a 6 m internal diameter lined with reinforced concrete and excavated into the rock on the right bank.
The main dam is an earth dam, of a heterogeneous and zonal type and a curve with a 450 m radius, while the crown is 100 m high with a development of 510 m.
The total capacity of the reservoir is of 3,135 hm3 at an elevation of 1,037 m, with a water surface area of 11,500 ha, one of the largest in Argentina. The spillway is of the channel type with a discharge weir and sluice gates.
Civil works at the Cabra Corral Hydroelectric plant. Running powerhouse, tailrace, barred tunnel, control room and cells, transformer station and complementary architecture.
The intake tower immersed in the lake provides the water necessary for the operation of the powerplant.The water passes to the turbines through a tunnel which is 545 m long and 6 m in diameter lined in concrete with a trifurcated steel pipe distributor. The three branches lead to ball valves at the entrance to each turbine.