Successful project logistics is based on rigorous, detailed planning, attention to detail, superior execution and hands-on control.
Project Engineering Services
Our services include:
- Calculation of the load-bearing capacity of bridges of all design types.
- Planning and technical calculations of support and reinforcement measures required to fortify existing bridges.
- Analysis of bridges and underground pipes with regard to the stability required to avoid the risk of structural failure, and to ensure both damage-free transport and the safety of all of those involved.
- Engineering design and construction of temporary bridges over obstacles including railways, roads, and bodies of water.
- Calculation of the stability of underground pipes to be crossed-over during the transport of heavy cargoes both inside and outside of job sites.
- Crane studies, including the geotechnical proofs of supports such as outrigger stabilizers, jack stands / stools and other support structures.
- Planning of lifting, jacking and skidding concepts for the positioning and transport of equipment at destination job sites.
- Planning and geotechnical proofs for temporary construction roads and construction road systems, embankments and dams. Geotechnical planning for subsoil improvement.
- Static and dynamic calculations for equipment with particular stability risks during transport , such as rotationally symmetric cylinder shells mounted onto turntables.
- Technical drawings of transport configurations and calculations to produce the proper configuration of turning radiuses for vehicles and loads.
- Complete and extensive route surveys and reviews.
- Survey services at geometrically critical points.
- Support in negotiations with governmental authorities as well as road transport & railway administrations.
- Visualization and animation of operations requiring detailed review and analysis
Larsen & Toubro
Larsen & Toubro were undertaking a new development project on Saadiyat Island. Saadiyat Island is a 27-square-kilometer natural island—half the size of Bermuda—and lies only 500 meters offshore of Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates’ capital city. The island can be reached by road and sea. Normal cargo and truckloads not exceeding 90 tons can be driven to the island without any problems. Access by sea—a distance of 12 nautical miles—is very challenging: there are only three jetties, designed for small passenger ships and for small barges, tugs, etc., but no cargo movements have taken place before.