CANNA HARBOUR NEW SLIPWAY
Provision of a new ferry slipway and alignment structures adjacent to existing Canna Pier. Reclamation and rock armouring and surfacing to provide additional marshalling and working areas adjacent to pier. Dredging and underpinning of existing pier to accommodate new ferry vessel.
Client – The Highland Council
Completed – 2006
Value – £3.0m
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Detailed development of design initially undertaken by Highland Council Design Unit, for slipway, berthing structures, rock armour and buildings; design of underpinning works to existing pier; specialist input to Project Management.
- Dredging and Excavation 9,000 m³
- Insitu concrete 3,700 m³
- Rock fill and Armouring 14,000 m³
- Paved Areas 2,000 m²
- Waiting Room and Workshop Buildings 135 m².
Robust design with mass and fibre reinforced concrete for structural longevity; cost effective solution to under pinning of existing pier at interface with dredge, sympathetic use of materials including local rock armour.
Main Contractor – RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd