FRASERBURGH HARBOUR DRY DOCK REPAIRS
The outer wall of the Fraserburgh Harbour Dry Dock pumping well was impacted by a fishing boat with engine failure. The damaged wall was leaking and in a dangerous state. A new wall was cast inside the existing wall to strengthen the structure and prevent water ingress.
Client – Fraserburgh Harbour Commissioners
Completion – 2010
Value – £136,000
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Inspection of damage and preparation of report for insurers; design and supervision of temporary emergency propping; design of permanent repairs; contract management; supervision of repairs on site.
- Concrete Wall 40m³
Quick response required to prevent failure of wall and allow re-opening of dry dock; underwater dive inspections required; operation in confined space required special precautions
Project Manager – Wallace Stone
Main Contractor – RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd