To replace the existing jetty of the Rubis Terminal in the port of Rotterdam with a new one, suitable for both seagoing and inland vessels. The works included the installation of a new embankment, dredging and protecting against erosion, as well as the design and construction of the jetty.
Our scope, which included deploying both our infra and dredging expertise, included:
- Demolition of the former Carbon Black Jetty and the construction of a new jetty for seagoing and inland vessels
- Supply and construction of approximately 150 m anchored quay wall with capping beam
- Supply and construction of 113, prefab concrete poles #400/#500 vertical and under angle 4:1
- Dredging works to deepen the inland shipping area and slope protection
- Construction of the ramp and platform including earthing and railings
- Supply, piling and assembly of 5 mooring and breasting dolphins
- Supply, piling and assembly of the breasting beam for seagoing ships and inland ships, as well as crash barrier including fendering, QRHs etc.
- Project was realised as a “bouwteam” (extensive collaboration between the client and contractor)