COKE AND SULFUR LOADING MARINE TERMINAL
JOSE - VENEZUELA
Conceptual and Detail Engineering of all the marine structures for Coke and Sulfur loading jetty and a Dock for Barges to unload heavy breakbulk cargo for the Industrial Complex of Jose.
The dock consists of a loading platform for dry bulk coke and sulfur with dimensions of approximately 200 m. x 20 m, using a 2000 t/hr traveling loader.
Berthing dolphins and fenders are an integral part of the Loading Platform, while mooring dolphins are independent structures.
In addition, a service platform was designed which supports the transformation and electrical interruption systems, as well as surge bin. The service platform connects to the access bridge and to the loading platform. The deck and bridge structures are supported on hollow cylindrical concrete piles (36"and 52"), with the exception of berthing and mooring dolphins supported on 48" steel piles.
The available water depth at the loading platform is 15 m, which allows docking up to 70,000 DWT ships
SCOPE OF WORK
Conceptual and Detail Engineering