Feasibility Study For The Development Of Breakwater at Jabal-e-Nuh and Naval Basin At Gwadar Port

Feasibility Study For The Development Of Breakwater at Jabal-e-Nuh and Naval Basin At Gwadar Port

In consonance with MOU signed between Gwadar Port Authority (GPA) and China Communications Construction Company Ltd. (CCCC), a feasibility study is to be conducted for the development of Breakwater at Jabal-e-Nuh and Naval Basin at Gwadar Port. The feasibility study is to be undertaken by CCCC, (through their Chinese Consultants FHDI) in technical collaboration with a local Pakistani firm Techno Consult International appointed by the Gwadar Port Authority (GPA).

Techno Consult International was tasked to assist/carryout field investigation work for both land and marine part of the proposed area of the Breakwater at Jable-e-Nuh and Naval Basin at Gwadar Port.

TCI has also availed the expert views & advice by Royal Haskoning DHV; a worldwide known firm for Breakwater design.

 

Scope of Services:

  • Construction of GCPs on Akram Jetty and at various location around Jable-e-Nuh
  • Tide Gauge was installed at Akram Jetty to get water level data. Valeport tide gauge with telemetry system has been deployed for tide recording
  • For wave and current measurements two ADCPs were deployed; one at 10m depth and the other at 20m depth
  • Bottom samples were collected and analyzed for grain size determination
  • Topographic survey of the requisite area was carried out with quad copter/drone employing trained specialist after getting clearance/approval from PN
  • Sub-bottom survey was conducted using SES-2000 light sub bottom profiler, designed for shallow waters and compared against the bore holes
      • Year Of Completion
         Ongoing
      • Location
        Karachi Pakistan

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