Greece: Officials Invite Bids for Katakolo Port Development Project

Perifereia Dytikis Ellados has invited bidders to submit their offers for the Port of Katakolo development program.

This project will include:

a) Construction of a gravity quay wall using massive artificial boulders (M0M1) with the total length of 206m and a depth of -2.70m from the mean sea level (MSL);

b) Construction of a gravity quay wall using massive artificial boulders (M2M3) with the total length of 62.40m and a depth of -1.50m (MSL);

c) Construction of new domestic pier using armourstone with the total length of approx. 80m and expansion to the construction of the windward pier of the port by about 150m;

d) New mooring/berthing island for cruise ships founded on reinforced concrete piles;

e) Small-scale excavation of the basin to a level of -10.50m (MSTH) and re-backfilling of areas of the basin that have experienced erosion due to the actions of ships’ propellers.

The total value of this contract is approx. EUR 10 mln (around USD 13 mln), and the tender deadline date is December 17, 2013.

The project period is 15 months from the date of contract award.

Dredging Today Staff, November 15, 2013

 

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