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    Sagunto South Wharf

    The project involved the construction of a wharf with a length of 880 m, a depth of 17.50 m and a width of 16.75 m, using precast reinforced concrete caissons. In addition to the dredging of the foundations, the dredging operations included the inner harbour of the Port of Sagunto, approximately 5 million m3.

    ACCIONA Infraestructuras awarded this project one of the Annual Project Management Awards; these awards recognize excellence in different fields related to quality, occupational risk prevention, technology, etc.

    General Information

    Location
    Sagunto, Spain
    Contract type
    Construction
    Infrastructure
    880-m long, 17.50-m deep and 16.75-m wide, using reinforced precast concrete caissons
    Year of project completion
    2011

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