Scope of Work
Terminal Planning, feasibility studies, marine work design, Architectural & Structural design, electro-mechanical design, landscaping design, tender document & execution drawing preparation, and construction supervision. (in cooperation with Scott Wilson)
The project is the second private sector specialized container terminal in Alexandria Port. It was developed under the direction of HPH the largest container terminal operator in the world. All engineering design was done in cooperation with Scott Wilson international. The terminal started operation 2007-2008, yearly throughout is 420 000 TEU.
The Project involves the conversion of an existing general cargo Berth 98 to provide 512m of quay with berth depths of –12.0 to –10.0m and the backup area behind the existing adjacent Ro-Ro berth in the Dekheila Port into a Container Terminal. Future expansion is proposed to extend the breakwater and reclaim land to form Berth 100A as shown on the layout plan.
The existing concrete block paved areas was extended to the boundaries and reconfigured for a Rubber tyred Gantry Crane (RTGC) operation to provide approximately 18.0 Hectares of yard space. Storm water gully pits, fire hydrants and lighting masts will need to be relocated to accommodate the new container stacking layout
Additional facilities added include: –
- 560m of crane rail and rear support beam
- HV Electrical Supply
- Installation of RTGC runways
- Gatehouse and basic Buildings
- Reefer Facility (600 reefer container)
- Extensions to LV Electrical and Communications systems
- IT / Operational Systems
- Include Rail Siding if required.
Initially it is envisaged to install 2 x QC’s, 6x RTGC’s, 2x Reachstackers, 1 x ECH and miscellaneous other equipment.