Country: Croatia
Duration: 2010 / 2011
Value: 28 mil. EUR

Gruž Passenger Port

The project of the Harbourmasters’ office in Dubrovnik is financed through an EBRD loan with FIDIC Contract Conditions. The objective of the project is to upgrade and increase the capacity of passenger facilities by rehabilitation and construction of berths 16 and 17, in order to enable them to accommodate the largest cruise ships where, finally, ca. 900 m of coastal line will be obtained. The specificity of this project is a request that the port must operate normally for the entire time of construction in sufficient length to accommodate certain ship sizes. The existing berth 16 was extended by additional 30 m of length and a new berth 17 was constructed. As a part of the project, the following works were completed: Extension of the berth 16 Underwater excavation / dredging Underwater concrete foundations Prefabrication of RC wall elements including placing elements in-situ reinforcement and pouring of massive concrete piers, Installation of cranes, fenders, safety ladders and sea light Finishing works using dimension stone Stone and asphalt Expansion of the berth 17 Execution of RC boreholes down to depth of 30 m (d=1500 / 1800mm) Pile heads Prefabrication of RC girders with the position on pile heads and consolidation In situ execution of RC deck on top Installation of cranes, fenders and safety ladders Finishing works using dimension stone Stone and asphalt Installation works Electrical installation and lighting with low current network Water supply installation Drainage network Author of the photograph: Bradcodbk – Original work of the contributor, CC BY-SA 3.0,

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