Stockholm Norvik Port quay contract, Norvikudden, Sweden
| Client: Ports of Stockholm

Location: VIEW PROJECT
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Hernesaari cruise ship quay, West Harbour, Helsinki
| Client: Port of Helsinki

Location: VIEW PROJECT
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Jawaharlal Nehru Port, underwater drilling and blasting, India
| Client: Jawaharlal Nehru Port

Location: VIEW PROJECT
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Port of Hamina PK3 and river vessel quay contracts
| Client: Port of HaminaKotka Ltd

Location: VIEW PROJECT

Marine Works (See project presentations below)

Terramare's market area: The Nordic and Baltic countries ǀ Worldwide  cooperation with other Boskalis companies.
Main projects: Ports and harbours, fairways, other marine structures, environmental construction and concrete slipform castings.
Services: Port and harbour construction, dredging, underwater drilling and blasting as well as concrete slipform castings.

Extension of the western quay in Port of Kalajoki | Client: Port of Kalajoki

(Period 2018-2019)

Port of Kalajoki extends the western quay and harbor basin. Terramare executes the dredging works as well as the construction of a 142 metre extension quay including a ro-ro ramp at the outer end the quay.

Major expansion of D terminal at Mussalo Harbour, Kotka | Client: Port of HaminaKotka Ltd

(Period 2018-2019)

The first phase of the major expansion of Mussalo Harbour’s D terminal includes the construction of a new 261 metres long quay and 620 metres long breakwater as well as the deepening of an extensive harbour basin.

 

Stockholm Norvik Port quay contract, Norvikudden, Sweden | Client: Ports of Stockholm

(Period 2017-2019)

Terramare and Boskalis Nederland’s civil division are implementing a Norvik port quay contract containing altogether nearly 1.2 kilometres of new quay capacity. The value of the contract is approximately EUR 60 million.

Expansion of Port of Raahe | Client: Port of Raahe and City of Raahe

(Period 2018)

Terramare implements the expansion of Port of Raahe, which consists of the capital dredging of the deep water harbour as well as the construction of a quay including a ro-ro quay in the end of the basin.

Hernesaari cruise ship quay, West Harbour, Helsinki | Client: Port of Helsinki

(Period 2017-2018)

Terramare is implementing a new cruise ship quay at Helsinki’s West Harbour. The quay, being constructed at the south tip of Hernesaari, will be able to accommodate vessels up to 330 metres long.

 

Jawaharlal Nehru Port, underwater drilling and blasting, India | Client: Jawaharlal Nehru Port

(Period 2017-2018)

Terramare is participating with underwater drilling and blasting in a fairway project in which the fairway of the Ports of Mumbai and Jawaharlal Nehru, located on the west coast of India, is being extended.

 

Port of Naantali jetty extension | Client: Port of Naantali

(Period 2017-2018)

Port of Naantali is increasing its quay capacity by extending to 228 metres its RoRo jetty, which is equipped with driving ramps. Terramare has implemented the jetty extension in exceptionally deep water.

Port of Hamina PK3 and river vessel quay contracts | Client: Port of HaminaKotka Ltd

(Period 2016-2018)

Port of HaminaKotka Ltd and Sarens Group N.V. have signed on agreement on the transport of 1,000–1,600-tonne modules to Kazakhstan via the Port of Hamina. Terramare has implemented two quay contracts for the project.

Stockholm Norvik Port dredging, underwater blasting and rock filling, Sweden | Client: Ports of Stockholm

(Period 2016-2017)

At the future Stockholm Norvik Port, Terramare has implemented preliminary dredgings, onshore and underwater drilling and blastings, and massive rock filling of the quay line.

Hernesaari preconstruction work, West Harbour, Helsinki | Client: Helsinki Public Works Department

(Period 2016-2017)

Terramare has implemented preconstruction work for a cruise ship quay at the southern tip of Hernesaari. The contract included underwater cable work, dredging and the rock filling of a massive backing embankment in the sea.

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