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Location: Rotterdam
Discipline: Port, river & hydraulic engineering
Period: 2015 - ...

Port of Rotterdam

The port of Rotterdam is the largest seaport in Europe. Together with MariTeam, a joint venture of SBE, MUC and Iv-Infra, the Port of Rotterdam Authority has found a partner for the design of its water-bound infrastructure, such as (deep sea) quay walls and jetties. SBE’s experience and technical expertise in the field of hydraulic engineering came in very handy for such complex realisations that were under intense time pressure.

Sub-project 1: Offshore Terminal Rotterdam

Discipline: Port & River Engineering
Status: Completed

Maasvlakte 2 is an example of innovative and sustainable port development in Rotterdam. In order to respond to the rapidly growing offshore wind industry, a new terminal was built here with a total surface area of 42 hectares. This made it possible to expand the production and storage capacity of giant foundation piles of wind turbines (monopiles) for new wind farms at sea.

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Sub-project 2: HES Hartel Tank Terminal Rotterdam

Discipline: Port & River Engineering
Status: Completed

The HES Hartel Tank Terminal (HHTT) is a tank terminal being developed for the storage and trans-shipment of oil products and biofuels on the Hartel strip, on the south side of the Mississippi port on the Maasvlakte. The total site covers an area of 28 hectares.

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Sub-project 3: Quay walls Amaliahaven (extension RWG & APMT)

Discipline: Port & River Engineering
Status: In progress

The Port of Rotterdam Authority is working for its customers Rotterdam World Gateway and APM Terminals on the expansion of the quay walls for these container terminals. This extension involves the construction of a deep-sea quay wall with a length of almost 3km and accompanying crane track.

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A.L.J. Timmermans (B.V. Ingenieursbureau M.U.C.)