Clough Hole infill

Spencer Group were contracted to infill part of Bridlington harbour and construct a suspended quay and finger jetties. This was necessary to accompany a ship lifting facility to feed the ships from the quay into a workshop.

Key Project Details

Client Bridlington Harbour Commissioners
Duration 6 months
Location Bridlington

Project Scope

The project involved installing a new ship lifting facility in the Bridlington Harbour, in addition to culverting of the existing river to divert discharge further into the harbour and filling over the culvert to provide a paved boat maintenance area. The scheme also required the construction of a piled suspended quay with two finger jetties to accommodate a mobile boat hoist, alongside the installation of rock armour below the quay to protect the new facility from wave action.

The project involved

INSTALLATION OF LARGE PRECAST BOX CULVERTS (2M X 3M)
PROVISION OF PAVED BOAT MAINTENANCE AREA

Outcome

Spencer Group’s work for the Bridlington Harbour Commissioners was fundamental in enabling the continued success of the harbour. Through creating a paved area for the workshop, the harbour is now able to conduct further repairs and maintenance to vessels.

Through close collaboration with the client, we successfully completed the project without any disruption to the operational port facility.


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The project involved

2 FINGER JETTIES AND PILED SUSPENDED QUAY
ARMOURED COASTAL ROCK DEFENCES