Ports and Maritime
Rendel's wide range of capabilities and extensive track record in the Ports & Maritime sector is well recognised by major port operators, project promoters, financial institutions, investors and maritime contractors around the world.
We have expertise in all aspects of port planning and design, design of specialist terminal facilities, navigation and ship handling, coastal and oceanographic engineering, dredging, land reclamation, coastal protection and geotechnical analysis.
We apply our wide-ranging skills to projects around the world to achieve lower operating and maintenance costs, maximum utilisation of storage areas and minimum impact on the environment.
- Bulk materials handling installations
- Container, storage and general cargo handling facilities
- Jetties, quay walls and offshore structures
- Liquids handling installations
- Roll-on/roll-off (Ro-Ro) terminals
- Seawater intake and outfall cooling facilities
- SPM and CALM buoy mooring systems
- Subsea pipelines and pumping installations
Ports and Maritime Projects
The single largest investment in the history of the Royal Bahamas Defence Force
Port Gentil, Gabon
The first industrial development within the new Mandji Island Free Trade Zone
Al Zour, Kuwait
The largest refinery in the Middle East
Humberside, United Kingdom
Rendel is carrying out a Category 3 check on the £200 million Able Marine Energy Park (AMEP) in Humberside.
Republic of Guinea
AMR requested a scoping study to obtain an overall project definition with an estimation of the Capex vs Opex
Rendel was appointed to undertake a life assessment of the existing structure and mechanical and electrical installations.
London, United Kingdom
The Thames Barrier is one of the largest and most prestigious moveable flood defence structures in the world. Rendel (formerly Rendel Palmer & Tritton) designed and supervised the construction of this major project.