Eastern Quay Wall For The Navy Base – East Port Said, Egypt
Port Said East Port is one of the Egyptian ports Belonging to the General Authority of Port Said Port.
It is located east of the eastern Tafreih of the Suez Canal and is one of the most important axes of international trade between Europe and the East Mediterranean.
The scope of works includes the following :
Construction of 1000 m Quay Wall
1-Site preparation and investigation including topographic & bathymetric survey and soil investigation to 80 m deep.
2-Land reclamation to add over 30,000 m2 to the quay wall and stacking area. This includes backfilling of about 30,000 cubic meters of clean sand.
3-Excavating and constructing 1040 m length of about 58,000 square meters of Diaphragm Walls with 0.80-meter thickness and 64 meters depth
4-Excavating and constructing about 400 barrettes (0.80 m by 2.8 m and about 64 meters deep).
5-The total quantity of reinforced concrete exceeds 136,000 cubic meters with about 30.000 tons of weld-able steel. Two concrete batch plants were installed on the site
6-Constructing the copping beams, girders, and deck slabs with a total area of 22,000 m2.
7-Installation of 100 cell fenders and 50 bollards.
8-Installation of two ready mix concrete batching plants was installed to secure a heavy daily demand of up to 1000 m3 totaling about 150,000 m3 of concrete for the quay-wall, capping beams, girders, and slabs.
Construction of Breakwater:
1-Site preparation and investigation including a bathymetric survey to 1000 from the shoreline.
2-Supply and installation of 300,000 cubic meters of hard Dolomite rock with a wide range of sizes from 20 kg to 2000 kg. The breakwater length exceeds 2450 m.
3-Construction of lean concrete Fascia over the breakwater with a total quantity of 16500 cubic meters.
4-Rock removal of the existing breakwater located at the west of the navy base with a total length of 1000 m and estimated rock of 100,000 cubic meters.
5-Construction of the shoreline at the eastern boundary of the base.
Egyptian Navy Force, Egypt
Dredging Works, Ports & Marine Works
Aug. 2018 - Feb. 2020.