Stena Line invested £200m in a new ferry port facility at Loch Ryan, Scotland. Main contractor McLaughlin & Harvey oversaw the construction of the new jetty and terminal building. Concast provided 28 substantial fender beams to be incorporated within the jetty structure. Each fender unit weighed 50T, incorporated 7T of tied steel and spanning 18m. […]
A Sisk Lagan JV undertook the €50 million redevelopment of the existing harbour including; the construction of floodbarriers, breakwaters, quay walls; reclaiming land for the new marina basin; multi-user slipways for small craft; swing moorings for existing fishing vessels; reconfiguration of the beach in the existing harbour; a 230-berth marina; and coastal protection works. Concast […]
VolkerStevin were instructed by Conwy County Borough Council to undertake a major coastal defence project in North Wales at Colwyn Bay, delivered over two separate phases. Phase 1 incorporated the demolition of the existing 100 year old promenade and the construction of a new raised promenade and sea defence wall. Concast were commissioned by VolkerStevin […]
Associated British Ports (ABP) instructed main contractor VolkerStevin to reconstruct berths 201 and 202 to form a new quay in preparation for the arrival of the next generation of ultra-large container carriers at the Port of Southampton. The initial £80m phase involved the construction of a 500m quay wall with a 16m draft. Concast supplied […]
The Copland’s Dock pier forms part of Orkney Council’s investment in major infrastructure projects for the marine renewables industry. BAM Nuttall choose Concast to provide a Precast solution for the new pier deck. Concast provided Precast weighing over 5,200T comprising 879 separate elements delivered in two chartered shipments. A total of 29T of bracing steel […]
Concast’s ongoing relationship with VolkerStevin continues to strengthen with the successful completion of the extension of the Port of Felixstowe, the UK’s largest container port. VSBW Joint Venture, a consortium of VolkerStevin and Boskalis Westminster, were appointed by Hutchison Ports (UK) to complete the extension of Berth 9 by an additional 190m. Concast supplied 74 large […]
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