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Warbud will strengthen the banks of the Gdansk Bay

Warbud will build strengthening structures of the Gdansk Bay in the area of Westerplatte with a length of 971 m. The object of the contract signed on December 3, 2010 is the construction of a seawall of the Gdansk Bay (the section from km 67.580 to 68.470) in the city of Gdansk located between the western breakwater of the North Port and the eastern breakwater at the mouth of the Dead Vistula.

The scope of work covers the construction of:

  • a concrete retaining base on precast concrete piles along a 1003 metre bank section
  • a stone riprap to be the main bank protection structure in the quantity of 20124 m3
  • construction of a shut-off and sealing layer to be made of broken stone
  • construction of a reinforced concrete angular wall with an inclined reinforced concrete shielding plate at its base along a 997.5 m section
  • construction of an anti-erosion mattress at the base of the retaining base along the whole length of the bank in the are of 6034 m2.

The work will be completed in December 2012. The Employer is the State Treasury - the Maritime Office in Gdynia.

Prace zakończą się w grudniu 2012 r. Zamawiającym jest Skarb Państwa - Urząd Morski w Gdyni.
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