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Ports and harbours Developments

Contractor Nuttall has begun pouring the deck slab for a major port development at the Humber Sea Terminal near Immingham. The £10M contract at North Killingholme to build a new ro-ro berth for container and car imports involves design and construction of a 230m long 13m wide finger-pier comprising a suspended deck supported on 94 tubular steel piles driven to chalk bedrock, plus associated structures and dredging. Work on the development has to be planned to allow shipping to use the adjoining existing facilities.

The 10 month long contract for client Humber Sea Terminal is expected to finish in February.

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