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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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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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