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Ro-Ro Tees and Hartlepool Location: Tees and Hartlepool, United Kingdom Project Value: £3.8 million Service: Marine civil and structural design Team Client: Tees and Hartlepool Port Authority Contractor: Marine Development (Glasgow) Ltd Description This type of linkspan, called integral pontoon linkspan, was invented and developed by Kashec and installed for the first time on the Tees in 1989. The integral pontoon linkspan is a structurally robust structure formed by combining the bridge and the floating pontoon as a single unit. It is easy to install and operate. It also provides greater flexibility to operate varying sizes and types of ferries. We are proud to be the pioneers of this type of structure that is currently the most common type of linkspan used worldwide. Project Design Kashec provided full marine civil and structural design services for this scheme. The structure consisted of a 60 metre long integral pontoon and approach ramp designed using a box girder structural steel construction.
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Location: Tees and Hartlepool, United Kingdom Project Value: £3.8 million Service: Marine civil and structural design Team Client: Tees and Hartlepool Port Authority Contractor: Marine Development (Glasgow) Ltd Description This type of linkspan, called integral pontoon linkspan, was invented and developed by Kashec and installed for the first time on the Tees in 1989. The integral pontoon linkspan is a structurally robust structure formed by combining the bridge and the floating pontoon as a single unit. It is easy to install and operate. It also provides greater flexibility to operate varying sizes and types of ferries. We are proud to be the pioneers of this type of structure that is currently the most common type of linkspan used worldwide. Project Design Kashec provided full marine civil and structural design services for this scheme. The structure consisted of a 60 metre long integral pontoon and approach ramp designed using a box girder structural steel construction.
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