We have vast experience in the coastal and marine construction field. The team led the construction of Port Ferdinand Marina, which included the construction of dock fronts and finger piers as well as multiple sea defense structures, wave attenuation systems and dredging.

The dock fronts were built using a sheet pile wall with a concrete capping beam. The finger piers were constructed of steel pipe piles and/or concrete piles with concrete pile caps joined by timber beams forming the walkway.

The coastal defense structures included a large emergent (above water) breakwater, two entrance groyne and a buried shoreline revetment. They were built utilising a combination of local and imported armour rock ranging in size from 3 to 12 tonnes.

The lagoon basin was dredged utilising both mechanical and hydraulic dredging. A large portion of the dredging was carried out using excavators while much of the fine tuning was done using a hydraulic dredge.

The Sandpit Wharf Rehabilitation involved the reconstruction of the dock front using a precast concrete design. Concrete piles were driven and the structure put together with a series of beam and slabs.