Marine & Costal Infrastructure

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Madsen Giersing are leading marine engineers with expertise in planning, design and assessment of marine infrastructure. We are specialists in the design of temporary works and, this expands our capabilities and provides us with unique insights into construction of marine works. With a reputation for innovation and complex engineering problem solving, our team works hands-on with our clients throughout the life of a project to deliver practical, safe and cost-effective solutions tailored to their requirements.

From initial feasibility studies, through to full, detailed engineering design and construction, all projects are strictly quality controlled in accordance with ISO 9001 to ensure the best project outcomes with respect to safety, risk, quality and budget parameters.

Marine works services

  • Concept design
  • Pre-feasibility and feasibility studies
  • Tender engineering design/support
  • Detailed engineering design
  • Third party verification
  • Construction support
  • Temporary works design
  • Condition inspections
  • Capacity assessment of existing infrastructure
  • Remedial, upgrade and strengthening design works
  • Asset life extension

Marine Structures

  • Oil and Gas terminals
  • Dry bulk terminals
  • Bulk liquids terminals
  • General cargo facilities
  • Container terminals
  • Cruise ship terminals
  • Tug Harbours
  • Roll-on Roll-off facilities
  • Defence facilities
  • Shiplift facilities
  • Material offloading facilities
  • Transhipment facilities
  • Barge loading facilities
  • Ferry terminals
  • Dry docks
  • Slipways
  • Navigation Aids
  • Coastal revetments and breakwaters

Dampier Bulk Liquids Berth

The DBLB was primarily constructed to support the downstream gas processing industry on Burrup Peninsula with the capability to handle other bulk liquid products.

Lekir Bulk Terminal

The Lekir Bulk Terminal is located on a man-made island approximately 288km North of Kuala Lumper.

Whyalla Port Expansion

The Whyalla Port Expansion was constructed primarily to double Arrium Mining’s export capacity of iron ore feed material.