Demolition, preparation, earth retention with sheet piling, earth moving, special foundations using piles and micropiles, installation, urban planning, etc…a complex new work integrating several elements to fully complete the technical and construction aspects.
With a surface area of 10,200 m2, the project, located in the oldest part of El Musel port, brought to light remains of lost installations built over more than 100 years of its history, many of which were undocumented, and forced the technical department into a constant search for solutions.
The proximity to the sea and movement of tides influenced not only the exact scheduling of times for excavating and laying foundations, but also solving problems of unstable land when excavating important parts of the project. Even though it was catered for in various previous studies, this aspect was more difficult that thought initially.
The premise was to integrate the strictest prevention measures, both for the workforce and the environment, throughout the works in order not only to complete the project, but to minimize any environmental impact while carrying out work in total safety.
To this end, the efforts of the technical department and site management, also collaboration and commitment from each of the companies involved in the project, was a key factor in successful prevention of any incidents in both cases.
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Contacto / Contact
Dirección / Adress
Puerto de El Musel
1ª Alineación Muelle de Ribera, Rincón de Langreo
33212 – Gijón – Principado de Asturias – España
Horario / Working Hours
Verano/Summer: L/V – M/F: 7:30 – 15:30
Invierno/Winter: L/V – M/F: 9:00 – 17:00
Cerrado/Closed: S/D – S/S