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Terminal 4 Construction Project - Jebel Ali Port

  • OnGoing Project
  • Dubai
  • Urban Construction, Marine Services & Seaports, Roads & Infra

The project is about Design and build (DB) contract for the construction of Terminal 4, including 400 metres of quay wall along with 420-metre bridge and causeway at Jebel Ali Port in Dubai. The reclaimed island intended to be used for Terminal 4 has the potential to add a further 10-million TEU to the overall long-term port capacity. The Phase 1 of the Container Terminal 4 (T4) venture will convey new limit of 3.1 million TEU (twenty-foot equal units) by 2018, taking Jebel Ali Port's all out ability to 22.1 million TEU. The port complex will be outfitted with no less than 110 cranes with an absolute quay length of around 11,000 m. T4 will be situated on a recovered island north of the current Terminal 2 enabling DP World to additionally grow ability to a sum of 7.8 million TEU in accordance with market request. As a major aspect of the undertaking, a scaffold is being worked to give access to the island from land close Terminal 2.etres at that point. Terminal 4 will be equipped with semi-automated quay cranes, providing operational efficiencies for customers, comfortable and safe working conditions for employees and environmental benefits for the community at large by reducing the carbon footprint. Under Phase 1, T4 will include a 1,200 meter long quay with a 18 meter draft, and 13 of the world's biggest and most current quay cranes, remotely worked from an advanced control room off the quayside. Stage 2 will incorporate somewhere in the range of 35 Automated Rail Mounted Gantry cranes (ARMG) will work in the yard. For this project, BAM set up its own diving division – a fully certified team of commercial divers to run three separate diving operations 24/7. Client has invited contractors to submit bids for the DB contract on this scheme. Prospective bidders are from: India ,Greece, Netherlands, China, South Korea, Local and joint venture of France and Japan.

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