The Port of Las Palmas plans to build a new dock in the Reina Sofía south dock |

Published by Lucía LoyarteFebruary 26, 2024LOGISTICSVisits 1

The Port Authority of Las Palmas (Spain) has plans to build a new attached dock on the southern Reina Sofía dock, for which it has allocated a budget of thirty million euros.

The works include the construction of a new dock in a north-south direction and in alignment with the current attached dock of the Reina Sofía dock, although it will be located about one hundred meters away to allow the continuity of the use of the boat scrapping dock ramp. existing.

As a result, the new alignment will connect with the break of the Reina Sofía, which will slightly increase its length. In fact, the new section of the dock is expected to have a length of 336.50 meters in a north-south direction and about 44 meters in alignment with the current break of the Reina Sofía, with a draft of twenty meters and a maneuvering width of 50.36 meters in esplanade plus 5.55 meters of dock superstructure, resulting in a work surface of more than 15,900 m².

In this context, the Port Authority has started the bidding procedure for the technical assistance work necessary for the drafting of the construction project for the attached dock of the Reina Sofía South Dock. The aforementioned works have a completion period of five months, a base bidding budget of 377,710 euros and an estimated contract value of 353,000 euros.

2024-02-26 08:28:14
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