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Port Authority Of Bilbao Summarises Its Ongoing Activities

Port Authority of Bilbao summarises its ongoing activities

Port Authority Of Bilbao Summarises Its Ongoing Activities

Bilbao, Spain (PortSEurope) January 4, 2018 – Autoridad Portuaria de Bilbao (Port Authority of Bilbao) currently has the following works in progress: for port infrastructure maintenance and for the development of a new quay:

CENTRAL JETTY AND STABILIZATION OF THE PUNTA LUCERO QUARRY The main project of the Port Authority of Bilbao is currently the first phase of the Central Jetty which, with a planned duration of 39 months for the work and an investment of just over €73.9 million, will incorporate 33.4 hectares of new surface area and a 1,081-metre berthing line. Part of the work uses material extracted in the execution of the project for stabilizing the Punta Lucero quarry, which is being carried out at the same time.

NERVIÓN ESTUARY/ERANDIO The project of filling in the Udondo dock has currently been awarded, for €2.7 million, it will create a 22,700 square-metre esplanade that will provide new space for industrial activities with access to loading docks. The project will be completed with the preparation of a barge pier and the dredging of the new mooring line that has been created.

PUNTA LUCERO DIKE Work on the renovation of the cladding of the rocky massif located at the start of the complete section of the Punta Lucero dike and the renovation of Petronor’s rack of piping adjacent to this massif has been awarded, at a cost amounting to 1.01 million euros, with nine-month deadline for execution. The Punta Lucero dike, finished in 1975, is one of the largest deep-water port works in the world. The 32 metres draft at low tide bear witness to this ENVIRONMENT The Port Authority of Bilbao is to invest €1.9 million for the supply and installation of efficient LED outdoor Bahía de Bizkaia Gas (BBG) expects to end 2017 with lighting in the service area of the Port of Bilbao.

Source: Autoridad Portuaria de Bilbao

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