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Expansion of ferry terminal Sassnitz, south harbour expansion

Contracting entity Fährhafen Sassnitz GmbH
Execution time March 2010 to June 2011
General description of the works:
In the course of the expansion of the ferry terminal Sassnitz a new berth was built in sheet piling construction in the area of the harbour which is open towards the sea. The work comprised building a new rear-anchored mixed sheet piling wall with a length of 420 m including the hydraulic steel construction work as well as the required dredging work to provide sufficient water depths in the area of the new berths. At the same time, soil was supplied in hopper scows for the backfilling and the landfill of the surface and for the creation of a new industrial area. In addition, a new mole made of hydraulic construction stones was built in the southern area and dolphins installed in front of the berths nos. 1 and 2.
Main scope of work:
420 m mixed sheet pile wall for quay facility
3,150 t
load-bearing piles HZ 1080 MA, 32 m long, supplied and installed
460 t
intermediate piles AZ13 10/10, 19.30 m long, supplied and installed
790 t
anchor piles P 400x117, 43 m long, supplied and installed
370 m
waling supplied and installed
485,000 m³
soil material placed as backfilling and landfill - thereof:
185,000 m³ soil excavated into scows and placed
135,000 m³ excavated by hydraulic anchor-piled excavators to 9.00 m below mean sea level, transported and placed
65,000 m³ excavated by hydraulic anchor-piled excavators to 15.30 m below mean sea level, transported and placed
100,000 m³ soil discharged and compacted
6,000 t
hydraulic construction stones removed and stored temporarily
2,500 m²
geotextile sand mat supplied and laid underwater
120 m
construction of mole from the hydraulic construction stones removed above
6 pcs
dolphins supplied and placed

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