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    Açu Port

    Engineering, design and construction of the breakwaters for a shipyard

    Home-grown technology for building the breakwaters using the caisson construction method, a pioneering initiative in Latin America.

    More than 3.8 kilometres of breakwater, 2.8 km of which will be made artificially using concrete blocks.

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    General Information

    Location
    Açu, Brazil
    Contract type
    Design and construction
    Infrastructure
    More than 3.8 km of breakwater, 2.8 km of which was made artificially using concrete block
    Year of project completion
    2015

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