Thames Gateway – Port Jetty

Case Study Overview

Red7Marine provided the marine plant & specialist personnel to undertake the construction of the new oil jetty installed in advance of the main reclamation works for the London Gateway Port development.

At a glance

  • Date: January 2009
  • Programme Duration: 22 months
  • Project Number: 2036
  • Value: £3.86m
  • Client: Laing O’Rourke
  • Principal Contractor: Laing O’Rourke

The Solution

The works comprised driven steel raking & vertical steel piles to support mooring & berthing dolphins together with driven steel clutched tubular piles to form an underwater retaining wall to the rear of the new berth pocket.

Red7Marine designed & fabricated the temporary works piling gates & deployed crane barges, transport pontoons & jack up barges, together with the associated crew & supervision, in order to facilitate construction.

Following piling works the berthing & mooring dolphins were constructed from pre-cats & cast in-situ reinforced concrete & in turn these were then fitted with fender units & mooring equipment.

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“I wanted to share the excellent feedback on the piling works for Barrier Gardens Pier. A success all round project in terms of task at hand, depth, timing, budget, comms and health and safety.  We’d be happy to work with the Red7Marine team again and I shall be in touch as soon as something comes up. Please pass on our thanks to the team for making the project a success.”

Richard Hopperton, Head of Procurement Port of London Authority