The proposed deep water berth is an extension to the south of an existing quay and consists of a 150m long structure which could be constructed of a combi wall with compacted fill behind, or an open deck structure supported on tubular piles. When not used as a day-call cruise berth it would provide a heavy loadout quay and support either the offshore wind or tidal turbine market.
A report was prepared by Royal HaskoningDHV analysing the following:
The cost and programme elements were split into three distinct sections that included:
The concise report was issued to the Client giving clear information on the project timings and costs. Royal HaskoningDHV continued to support the Client in the feasibility phase.