Project: Rodney Bay Marina Rehabilitation Project
Client: Applied Technology Management/CO.Williams Construction (St.Lucia) Ltd.
Territory: Rodney Bay, Castries, St. Lucia
Value: US: $3,100,000.00
Date: December 2008
Technology / Services:Driven Pipe Piles/Sheet Piles/Pier Construction
Marenco Ltd. were awarded the contract to rehabilitate the Rodney Bay Marina for the new owners IGY St.Lucia Ltd.
This project represented a significant landmark as it meant that on completion, our 25th anniversary would have been celebrated with the achievement of completing our largest project since first being established in 1984 and coincidentally on the very same project.
The renovation included dredging of the main channel and the entire lagoon, demolition and reconstruction of the boatyard travel lift dock, installation of a bulkhead seawall at the boatyard facility, demolition of the existing docking facilities and the construction of a mega yacht dock along with the installation of a large network of floating docks, all outfitted with the necessary amenities.
- Over 230 floating and concrete slips for up to 60 m luxury yachts
- Demolished an approximate 1860 sq.m. area of existing piled concrete docks throughout the marina
- Installed 158- 406 mm, 128- 457 mm diameter steel piles for concrete docks and 133- 406 mm diameter steel pile anchors for floating pontoons
- Placed and poured over 9,000 tons of prestressed concrete units and concrete respectively accounting for dock area of over 2880 sq.m. or a total of almost 0.75 km in accumulated length
- Installed approximately 5,670 sq.m. of physical floating dock system
- Installed 225m of sheet piled bulkhead sea wall
Value to client:
All work was completed on time, under budget, to the clients’ satisfaction and while achieving an exceptional safety record of zero incidents.
Marenco was able to adjust to the significant project challenges by working closely with the client’s representative and the engineer of record.