It ranks as the largest caisson to have been constructed to date with this range of equipment by Fincosit, pioneers of the industry: up to 25.6 metres high, 31 metres long, 22 metres wide and weighing up to 9340 tons. The reinforced-concrete cellular caisson was precast on the floating dock Dario, deployed by the company at the service of the breakwater extension in the Port of Vado Ligure.The operations to position the caisson required 6 hours to be completed, assisted by a qualified team of engineers and skilled specialised workers, and 3 tug-boats used to tow and manoeuvre the massive concrete component into place. The project calls for the relocation further at sea of the existing...
The historic quay of Calata Zingari is set to reopen in August to accommodate the cruise ships in Genoa’s passenger port.
The demolition works of the pierhead in the berthing marina along the Levante Waterfront have been completed.
The construction works at Genoa’s cruise terminal press ahead as jet grouting operations are underway in the final phase of the retrofit and renovation of the Ponte dei Mille western quay wall.
The expansion of the dedicated truck parking facility adjacent to the Airport has been completed on schedule.
This morning the Italian Prime Minister, Mario Draghi, met with senior local government authorities and members of the Ports of Genoa shipping community in the historic landmark building of Palazzo San Giorgio, headquarters of the Port Authority, following an inspection of the port facilities by boat.
The reconstruction of the Calata Zingari quay in Genoa's passenger port is underway. The works are scheduled to be completed by 2022, with the reopening of the dock and the adjacent area catering for cruise passenger arrivals and departures and vessel handling services.
Technological optimisation of the Vado Ligure rail link safety and signalling systems has been completed.
Project management of the new Breakwater has been contracted to RINA Consulting. Four tenders from the Investment Programme have been awarded in the last week, and an additional three are due to be announced shortly, for a total value of 80 million euros
Today, 30 July, the local authorities signed the Port of Savona-Vado Ligure Masterplan: the signatories featured the President of the Liguria Region Giovanni Toti, President of the Province of Savona Pierangelo Olivieri, the Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority President Paolo Emilio Signorini, and the Mayors of the Town Councils of Bergeggi, Vado Ligure, Quiliano, Savona, Albissola Marina, Albisola Superiore.