Integrated Aquaculture Park (ILAP),
Sempona & Kudat, Sabah for Darden(US) and Yayasan Sabah
Client: Darden (USA) - Lobster Aqua Technologies Sdn Bhd (JV)
Main infrastructures include a 2.2km R3 road category bridge with A standard simple multi-span construction of 40m typical using 'Beam-Slab' conventional construction. Navigational provision of at 80m span and 12m vertical clearance for unspecified navigational requirements and a 400m long Jetty serving logistics from aquaculture farm off-shore operation base. The foundation is Bored-pile through coral seabed
Marine Jetty (Jabatan Laut) Facility,
Pulau Indah, Klang Selangor
Client: Jabatan Laut Semenanjung Malaysia / Pembinaan TLN Sdn Bhd
The vehicular jetty structures comprising of 260m long main jetty bridge with 160m jetty head was constructed to facilitate various naval and support operation by the Jabatan Laut Malaysia.
Design and construction challenges include the foundation of the 450 dia spun piles on water with soft marine clay layers. Determination of loading include study on the wave and ship impact lateral load on the jetty structres. Sequential launching of bridge decks was made possible using barge. The Technical Proposal highlighted various constraints in geotechnical and coastal hydraulic considerations.
Once completed the jetty facility is able to provide logistic and maintenance service to medium size patrol ship facility in the region.
Sepang Gold Coast Resort Reclaimation,
Sepang Gold Coast, Selangor
Client: Wudani Marina Resort Development
500 acres of Resort Development and situated within the coastal line of Selangor?s Malacca Straits, sedimentary marine clay posed challenges to coastal engineering. The Technical Proposal highlighted various geotechnical and hydraulic considerations in designing the reclamation, linkbridge foundation and marine structures.
The wetlands integrate and blend well with the proposed golf-course to retain it natural state. Once completed the development would be one of the most extensive sustainable development project in the region.
Shipyard & Port Facilities,
Client: UMW - Bosswagon Berhad
Situated within the coastal line of Lumut off Perak?s Malacca Straits, sedimentary marine clay posed challenges to coastal structures. The Technical Proposal highlighted various constraints in geotechnical and coastal hydraulic considerations. Elemental design includes: Marine structures, reclamation, breakwaters, ship maintenance dry-dock, slipway and warehouse structures and foundation.
Once completed the facility is able to provide maintenance service to medium size ship including new shipbuilding facility in the region.