Alex Hughes investigates the options for dismantling when a crane has reached the end of its useful life
New technology is giving port operators the ability to see what''s going on under the surface, even in murky or inaccessible corners, writes Stevie Knight.
Iain MacIntyre reports on the use of polymers and mudcreting technology in dredging and reclamation projects
Today''s port breakwater construction ties placement, innovation and ecology together, explains Stevie Knight.
Pitching a port tender just right can be a minefield. Alex Hughes reports
Noise abatement from piling activities is now easier to achieve, finds Dave MacIntyre
Fine tuning port-rail operations is key to realising the full potential of rail traffic, reports Alex Hughes
HamidReza Hassanli, Ehsan Emamifard Naeeni and Mansoureh Hasanzadeh discuss their experiences with self-compacting concrete
Corrosion has the power to slash the life span of port structures, explains John Bensalhia
Conflict and opposition – an inevitable response to any major dredging project? A new concept says it doesn’t have to be that way. Felicity Landon reports.
Underwater, floating, sand-filled or rock-strengthened; breakwaters come in all shapes and sizes finds Felicity Landon
Benjamin Franklin may once have claimed that “well done is better than well said”, but good feedback will ensure that word spreads and the customer base widens.
Independent maintenance, repair and overhaul companies are making their mark, as John Bensalhia finds out
While cathodic protection is an acknowledged preventative measure for new construction, the technology is seldom used on ageing structures, reports Patrik Wheater