Maritime and ports
Our involvement with ports has always been based either on infrastructure — road and rail access — or on solving geotechnical and structural problems. We usually deal with the more classical aspects of maritime engineering (breakwaters, dredging, coastal dynamics) by bringing in specialist partners we know and trust. But over the last decade, our evolution in marine wind farms and the need to study and improve ports in order to implement the logistics necessary to resolve the supply chain for these macroprojects has led us to focus more and become stronger ourselves in this field.
From this privileged position, over the last decade we have worked on ports and works of all kinds: Cartagena and Santa Marta in Colombia; Coeymans in Albany, the New York Terminal Container in Staten Island and REPA 1 in New Jersey, all on the US Eastern Seaboard; Zarauz, Bermeo and Ondarroa in the Basque Region; Arinaga, Las Palmas and Granadilla in the Canary Islands; and, of course, the outer port at La Coruña and the Port of Barcelona, where our involvement goes far beyond only maritime works.