Case Studies Category: North America

Puerto Quetzal Installation

The piles, beams and platform slab were constructed from land using the ‘land infill’ method in order to save project delivery time. This allowed the

Puerto Quetzal, Berth Scour Protection

A newly constructed piled jetty at Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala requires berth scour protection to combat against vessel scour action to the slope and wave zone

Port au Prince Installation

The piles, vibrocompaction and reinforced concrete beams were constructed from land using the ‘land infill’ method. The strata was sand with some gravels and occasional

Port Canaveral, Berth Scour Protection

The latest expansion phase at Canaveral Port includes construction of a new cruise berth; Cruise Terminal 3 (CT3), to accommodate the new state-of-the-art 180,000-ton LNG

Port au Prince, Piled Revetment

A new piled jetty for container vessels is being constructed at Port au Prince following the 2010 earthquake, when the old jetty slipped into the

Olmstead Dam, Caisson Seals

The river control structure and locks are being replaced using a system of float in and placement of precast elements to form a high-quality underwater