The sub-station was required to be secured at temporary stage, where it sat on the temporary support for integration into the finger pier. During the temporary stage, our temporary work design was prepared for the uplift force during high tide and additional dead weight during low tide. To ensure no movement of the substation during its temporary stage, we accurately pumped in and out seawater from the sub-station to suit the tidal fluctuations. For this project, we also supplied the deck furniture such as fenders, bollards, trench covers and removable kerbs.
Our safety record for this project was zero accident throughout the construction period. We completed the project 30 days ahead of schedule. Our client was able to install all mechanical and electrical works and quay cranes successfully ahead of schedule.
|Ships and barges alongside the newly constructed Finger Pier|
|Shear-leg crane slowly lower down the precast concrete substation to its final position|
|Launching of precast elements|
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