Cill Ronain Harbour Development

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Dublin Port Maintenance 2012-2018

Location: Dublin Port, Ireland VIEW PROJECT
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Dublin Port Maintenance 2012-2018


A four year term contract for the maintenance dredging of 285,000m3 of material per campaign at Dublin harbour. The first two campaigns were carried out in 2012 and 2014 with the...

Aberdeen Harbour Improvements

United Kingdom (2012)

Due to an increase in the size of vessels, particularly due to the development of the offshore wind farm industry, the Harbour Board required the widening and deepening of...

Scrabster Harbour Capital Works

United Kingdom (2010-2012)

Boskalis Westminster undertook the dredging works at Scrabster removing approximately 164,000m³ of material including rock, clay and sand. The backhoe dredger Nordic Giant was...

Cardiff Term Maintenance

United Kingdom (2009-2012)

In 1999 the Cardiff Bay Barrage was completed to create an impounded water body as the centre piece for the regeneration of the area. A lock system, which includes three locks and...

Seaton Land Reclamation

United Kingdom (2011)

As part of the planning conditions for this development site in Seaton, Devon, the land had to be raised by two metres to reduce flood risk. To deliver the required 245,000m³ of...

Felixstowe South Reconfiguration

United Kingdom (2008-2010)

Capital dredging and filling works for new quay development (Previously known as Landguard Redevelopment). Phase 1 of the reconfiguration programme consists of 730 m new deep...

Cill Ronain Harbour Development


The project required dredging of hard rock. This was pre-treated, by drilling and blasting, prior to the dredging, and the dredged rock was re-used in the breakwater construction....

Channel Tunnel

United Kingdom (1988-1990)

The Channel Tunnel contract was a major project for Westminster Dredging in the late eighties and at the time was reported as the most expensive construction project ever...

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