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Marine Civils

Online tool helps monitor and protect shingle beaches
Coastal engineers and engineering consultants have benefited from a shingle beach profiling tool which can account for wave conditions. 10 Aug 2017 - Maritime Journal
Intuitive vector products make shoreline management easier
Marine managers could benefit from new data products created to manage and monitor shorelines more easily and effectively. 10 Aug 2017 - Maritime Journal
Peel-off patches for floating wind turbine hull biofouling monitoring
A scientific study of fouling growth on the new Hywind floating turbine structures will be aided by the use of magnetic patches supplied by Norwegian anti-pollution technology company Miko. 07 Aug 2017 - Maritime Journal
Thames Tideway Tunnel progress continues
It’s been 18 months since ‘Maritime Journal’ visited the various sites of London’s new so called ‘Super Sewer’, so we took the opportunity in August 2017 to see how the marine civil engineering side of the project has been developing. 04 Aug 2017 - Maritime Journal
Upgrading Tower Bridge
When Tower Bridge in London UK was due for an upgrade, after its management team identified a problem with their bascule raise mechanical drives, it brought in a team of international civil engineering experts. 20 Jul 2017 - Maritime Journal
MARIN’s floating mega-island
Netherlands-based Maritime Research Institute (MARIN) has tested an innovative concept for a floating mega island. 18 Jul 2017 - Maritime Journal
Software for structures reduces tedious work
With the new release of Sesam software for structural engineering and analysis for fixed, floating and ship structures, DNV GL is showing the results of ramped-up focus on cutting costs and boosting efficiency for customers. One of the key targets is reduction of tedious work. 11 Jul 2017 - Maritime Journal
Fehmarnbelt tunnel film released
Denmark-headquartered Femern Link Contractors (FLC), contracted to build elements of an 18km long Denmark to Germany tunnel, is publishing a video animation of the process. 30 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Humber region port projects shortlisted
Green Port Hull and Immingham Renewable Fuel Terminal have both been shortlisted at the British Construction Industry Awards 2017. 21 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Trans-Adriatic pipeline: pipe shipments completed
EMS-Fehn-Group has celebrated the successful completion of the TAP project in the port of Durres/Albania. Among the guests were the German ambassador in Tirana, Susanne Schütz, and high ranking officials from the Albanian transport and port authorities. 19 Jun 2017 - Maritime Journal
Green light for Gdansk
The pivotal role played by the Port of Gdansk Authority (PGA) has been recognised as essential by the Polish Government and it has received the green light to start design work on the new deepwater facilities called Central Port. 30 May 2017 - Maritime Journal
Innovative anchor launch
Netherlands-headquartered Vryhof Anchors has launched a revolutionary new heavyweight anchor around the OTC 2017 event in Houston. Stevshark Rex is claimed to deliver holding power in extreme conditions unmatched by any other anchor and is aimed at the heavy marine construction, oil & gas and offshore renewables industries. 27 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
Kishorn revival
Scotland’s Kishorn Dry Dock will come out of a 23 year long hibernation after an agreement was signed to use the site during the construction of the world’s largest floating wind farm. 26 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
Goldhofer modules for Route du Littoral
The centerpiece of the Route du Littoral in the north of the French-dependency island of La Réunion in the Indian Ocean is an offshore viaduct with a length of 5,600 metres, which is being built to avoid the dangerous sections of the existing coastal road. 13 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
Meet the buyer event at Dover
Over 100 companies and 250 attendees from across Kent and the South East turned out for the UK’s Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) Meet the Buyer event to learn about the scope of the forthcoming works at the Port of Dover. 12 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
ABPmer awarded EIA Quality Mark
UK-based worldwide marine and environmental research consultancy ABPmer has been awarded an EIA Quality Mark by the UK’s Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) for its service excellence in the co-ordination of Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) and production of Environmental Statements (ES). 05 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
Marine civils event
World Water Works, which is mooted to be an inspiring two day event for the water structures industry, will be held on the 29th & 30th of May 2017 at Oosterhout, The Netherlands. 03 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
Dredgers invade Dover Docks
Part of an extensive fleet of up to twenty specialist vessels have started to arrive at the Port of Dover, UK for the commencement of harbour dredging for the Port’s flagship Dover Western Docks Revival (DWDR) development. 03 Apr 2017 - Maritime Journal
Stad Ship Tunnel
Construction of the World’s first large ship tunnel could start early next year. The project is now in Norway’s National Transportation Plan which greatly increases the likelihood that the NOK 2.3 billion funding allocated for this project will allow work to start in the near future. 28 Mar 2017 - Maritime Journal
Ukrainian seaports look to their infrastructure
The Ukrainian Seaports Authority (USPA) says its 2017 strategy will focus heavily on the modernisation and development of its national port infrastructure. 21 Mar 2017 - Maritime Journal