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|Baltimore Pier Extension,
Phase 1, Baltimore,
|L&M Keating Ltd. completed a 75m long extension to the
fisheries pier at Baltimore Harbour between May and October
2011. A new reinforced concrete quay wall was constructed from
a reinforced concrete footing founded on bedrock exposed by
dredging. Temporary piles restrained the base shutter and the
wall was constructed using precast concrete permanent
formwork. This was then filled with insitu concrete, and the wall
tied back to an anchor beam cast in the existing deck. The void
behind the quay wall was filled with dredge spoil, and a new
spanning deck slab constructed carrying power, water and
lighting services and deck furniture.
In September 2011 the next phase involving a further 80m of
quay valued at €1.2m was awarded to L&M Keating Ltd.
Phase 1 – Length 75m, area of new deck 600m2, minimum
depth at low tide 5m.
|Client||Baltimore & Skibereen Harbour Board,
|Date of Completion||October 2011 (Phase 1)|