Hydro engineering construction
We are consistently building our ability to implement hydro engineering projects. Thanks to many years of partnership with Besix, we have participated, among other things, in the implementation of the project for the expansion of the DCT 2 container terminal in Gdańsk, and we are currently working on the construction of the digging through the Vistula Spit. We have an experienced team of hydraulic engineers which is able to implement even the most complex projects in this area.
Sea Transshipment Terminal on the Martwa Wisła
The project includes the construction of a transshipment quay to handle sea vessels up to 130-metre-long, with an immersion depth of up to approx. 5.8 m and a width of up to 17.6 m. The works included, among others, the construction of a quay with two transshipment stations serving tankers (each with 4 loading arms) and the necessary infrastructure, i.e. buildings, pipelines, steel flyovers, underground and auxiliary infrastructure connecting the terminal with the Gdańsk refinery.
Digging of the Vistula Spit
The investment includes the construction of protective harbour from the side of the Gulf of Gdańsk, the construction of a shipping channel with a lock and the construction of closures together with waiting stations from the side of the Gulf of Gdańsk and the Vistula Lagoon, a new road system with movable steel bridges rotating around a vertical axis, which will allow passage over the channel in front of the lock and behind the lock and the construction of an artificial island located in the Vistula Lagoon.
One of the flagship projects implemented by the ZMPSiŚ in the Port of Szczecin. Its aim is to obtain a potential for bulk cargo transhipment increased in terms of quality and quantity through the construction of a new Norweskie Quay (constituting an extension of the line of the already existing Fińskie Quay, which serves as a container terminal) and the modernization of the existing Czeskie and Słowackie Quays along with the modernization of technical infrastructure at the quays’ immediate facilities and their adaptation to a technical depth of 12.5 m.
Reconstruction of the Indyjskie Quay
NDI is tasked with the reconstruction of the Indyjskie Quay over a length of approximately 540 m, consisting primarily of widening it by 6 m. The new quay wall will be made of anchored sheet piles and pipe piles. The project includes dismantling the quay’s hydraulic engineering structures, demolition of the reinforced concrete pile cap, the railway track and the seabed reinforcement.The project area will be cleared of unexploded ordnance and dredged to a depth of -15.5 m to allow access to the quay for bulk carriers arriving at the Port of Gdynia.
Wnęka Dokowa w Porcie Gdynia
Grupa NDI po raz kolejny dołoży swoją cegiełkę do rozbudowy Portu Gdynia. W tym projekcie zadaniem jest wybudowanie wnęki dokowej a następnie przestawienie doku pływającego oraz uzyskanie ostatecznych pozwoleń na użytkowanie. Realizacja jest podzielona na dwa etapy. Etap pierwszy obejmuje m.in. budowę wnęki dokowej, przebudowę odcinka Nabrzeża Południowego II oraz przebudowę odcinka Nabrzeża Zachodniego I. Zaś etap drugi polega na przebudowie Pirsu nr II wraz z uzyskaniem pozwolenia na użytkowanie w terminie 6 miesięcy od daty przekazania terenu budowy.
Passenger pier and quay
Currently, the passenger pier is approximately 100 metres long. Due to the fact that it will be extended by over 65 metres, it will open the possibility for passenger ships up to 36 m long and vessels of the Maritime Office in Gdynia, which is the investor, to moor there.
Importantly, the safety of vessels will also increase, as extending the pier will reduce waving inside the port. But this is not all. The Sopot-based NDI group, in the “Design and Build” formula, will also secure the slope and extend the berth in the port of Krynica Morska by 50 metres.
Port in Puck
Ultimately, the investment will consist of several stages. The contract signed 03/08/2021 concerns the first one. The scope of work includes, among other things, the construction of a part of the northern breakwater, which will protect the fishing basin from excessive waves, and the construction of a permanent connection pier 180 metres long with three floating piers for yachts.
There are also plans to prepare the base of the port’s facilities. On the piers, there will be pedestals for energy and water supply, stands with rescue equipment, ladders and mooring cleats. As a result, in addition to the existing ones, as many as 98 new berths for yachts and passenger vessels will be created.
Yacht Port Górki Zachodnie – Gdańsk
The development, as a result of which three quays and a jetty will be extended. The works to be carried out on land include, among others, construction of retaining (flood protection) walls, disassembly of the existing crane and assembly of a new one at the “S” quay. A section of the sanitary sewage system will be built from the sewage collection point to the septic tank, as well as a section of the power grid, cable and telecommunication duct system.
New lighting will be installed so that the Yacht Port can be used at any time. There are also plans to build a new surface and lawns as well as place information boards.
DCT 2 Terminal
DCT Gdańsk is the largest container terminal in the Baltic Sea in terms of the cargo handling volumes. The T2 investment project consists in the construction of the second quay. This deep water berthing ground is about 656 metres long and 17 metres deep. The DCT 1 + DCT2 cargo handling capacity amounts 3 million TEU. DCT 2 cargo handling capacity after first stage of investment amounts 1.5 million TEU.