Marine

Marine

India's First Ro-Ro (Roll On Roll Off) Ferry Services In the Gulf Of Cambay:

Kashec was selected from several bids to provide full pre and post tender engineering services for India's first roll on roll off ferry project in the gulf of Cambay between Dahej (Bharuch) and Gogha (Bhavnagar). The total cost was 4000 million (INR) and consisted of a 96m long, 750 ton linkspan and 30m x 50m, 800 ton pontoon at both the sites.

  • Key Features:
  • Design of the world's longest single span (96m) linkspan.
  • Kashec provided with bid winning tender design and successfully followed up with post tender design approved by independent proof consultants in India as well as in the UK.
  • In addition, a record beating linkspan and pontoon design, full design provided for berthing dolphins, approach jetties and bunds, onshore terminal buildings, marshalling areas, roads and workshops along with full MEP design.
  • Successfully enabled the contractor to put a technical case for additional claims due to variation in design parameters. This allowed the contractor to win additional INR 700 million, unprecedented for EPC projects.

Ro Ro Services For India's Second Ro Ro Facility On East Coast Of Mumbai.

Kashec are providing full pre-post tender detailed engineering services and project management consultancy services for India's second Ro Ro ferry project with integral pontoons at Mandwa, Ferry Wharf Mumbai and Nerul in new Mumbai. The project consists of 60m long integral pontoons – the first of their kind for India. Apart from all the three sites pontoon have berthing dolphins supported on concrete raker piles also a first in India.

  • India's second Ro Ro facility
  • India's first Ro Ro facility with 60 m long - 600 ton integral linkspan - pontoon.
  • India's first Ro Ro facility with dolphins supported over raked concrete piles socketed into rock.
  • Complete design of other elements like shore protection, approach jetty, bank-seat to support linkspan, onshore terminal, roads, marshalling area, electrical substations, onshore passenger terminal, landscaping etc.

Ro-Ro PAX Services and Construction of Breakwater at Mandwa

This project is a part of Maharashtra costal RO RO connectivity project to facilitate RO RO services between Bhaucha Dhakka i.e. Ferry Wharf to Mandwa. This project is partially funded under Sagarmala Scheme of Govt. of India. Overall length of breakwater is 500m with a 214m long and 10m wide approach jetty

  • The project consist of 500m long breakwater with 8 MT & 10 MT Tetrapods
  • 210m x 10m wide piled approach jetty with 1200mm dia RCC piles
  • 159m x 100m reclamation bund for Terminal Building (840 m2), marshalling area and parking area.
  • 30m x 30m piled turning platform with 1200 mm dia RCC piles.
  • 56m long integral link span made with structural steel
  • 25m x 30m wide floating pontoon made with structural steel.
  • The weight of integral link span and pontoon is 600 MT.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 161 crores

Infrastructure Facility for Passenger Water Transport Terminal at Nerul & RO RO PAX Services

655m long, 30m wide passenger water transport terminal at Nerul. The project consists of elevated road 30m wide with overall length of 655m, approach jetty, marshaling area, turning platform & integral link-span pontoon assembly

  • Approach road 655m long 30m wide including two bridges 30m wide, 75m long over a creek. 188 number of 1000mm diameter piles.
  • Size of approach jetty is 196m long & 20m wide.
  • Area of piled platform is 3600sqm.
  • Size of pontoon is 22m long & 20m wide.
  • The size of linkspan is 38m long 6.5m wide.
  • Total weight of linkspan and pontoon is 600MT.
  • The size of each mooring dolphin is 8m long 7m wide. Six mooring dolphins were provided. There are 12 cast iron bollards (50 tonnes).
  • Six parallel motion fenders and two cone fenders.
  • The area of terminal building is 761.56sqm which consists of waiting/refreshment area, kitchen & food counter, ticket counter & luggage checking, toilet/washroom etc.
  • The other utilities include an electrical panel room, water tank, provision for fire fighting, electrification and navigational aids.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 133.88 crores

Ferry Wharf to Facilitate Ro-Ro PAX Services

This project is a part of the Maharashtra costal RO RO connectivity project to facilitate RO RO services between Bhaucha Dhakka i.e. Ferry Wharf to Mandwa. Partially funded under Sagarmala Scheme of Govt. of India the project consists of marshaling area, turning platform & integral link-span pontoon assembly.

  • Key Features:
  • Concrete piled platform 30m x 30m with 1200mm bored cast in situ piles & 1000mm bored cast in situ raker piles.
  • Floating linkspan pontoon: 20m x 22m floating pontoon & 38m x 6.5m linkspan in structural steel of grade S355/ JO.
  • Strengthening of deck walls using T25 Resin anchored bars & M45 grade concrete slab supported on 1000mm dia bored cast in situ piles & 1000 mm dia raker piles.
  • Development of marshalling yard: 150m x 58m marshalling yard with PQC pavement having parking capacity of 120 cars & 18 buses.
  • Bollards & Fenders: Installation of 50 tonne cast iron bollards & cone fenders.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 31.35 crores.

DPR & Feasibility Study for Inland Water Transport in Vasai Creek - Mumbai

The Ministry of shipping & IWAI, through the Thane Municipal Corporation, wished to develop inland water transport in Vasai creek. Vasai creek has been declared as National Waterway No. 53. The overall cost of project is Rs. 500 crores. Thane Municipal Corporation wished to develop RO RO Terminals at 10 locations in Vasai creek.

Locations
1) Vasai fort - 48m long Jetty,
2) Mira Bhayander - 85 m long jetty,
3) Ghod Bunder - 54 m long jetty,
4) Nayla - 68m long jetty,
5) Kolshet - 158m long jetty,
6) Kalher - 68m long jetty,
7) Parsik Bunder - 104m long jetty,
8) Anjur Dive - 152m long jetty,
9) Dombivali - 54m long jetty,
10) Kalyan - 54m long jetty

Project consist of:

  • Construction of piled approach jetty, turning platform, mooring dolphins.
  • Floating linkspan pontoon. 550T (22 x 20m)
  • Bollards & Fenders
  • Development of marshaling area, terminal building, cafeteria & other services.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 500 Crores

Captain of Ports Pontoon-Dolphin Berth in Goa:

This is the first Hybrid Jetty in India with maintenance free unsinkable form filled concrete pontoons. This is a new concept in India – widely used in Europe & America which offers a more cost effective solution to building floating jetties.

  • Key Features:
  • A Hybrid jetty to cater for a range of vessels from 4000 DWT to less than 100 DWT.
  • It comprises of two 20m x 5m x 2.1m concrete floating pontoons to provide a fixed freeboard to embark and discharge passengers.
  • It comprises 3 nos. of Dolphins.
    Central Dolphin:11m x 6m
    LHS Dolphin:3.75m x 4m
    RHS Dolphin:3.7m x 4m
  • • The gangway is a simply supported structure made of marine grade aluminum 3m x 15m long hinged at one end & roller supported at the other.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 17.84 crores

Development of Inland Waterways at Dighi

This project involved a pioneering low cost sloping submerged piled jetty resulting in a very cost effective alternative to creek bridges that would not typically be built in rural areas. IWT development at Dighi port has a RO-RO type end birthing jetty along with a fully modern ship shaped terminal building.

  • Key Features:
  • Offshore details:
    Total length of jetty – 125m, diameter of pile 1200mm, total no. of piles are 28
  • Onshore details:
    Bund area – 4900sqm, open space & parking area – 150sqm, terminal building area – 617sqm.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 12.72 crores

Development of Inland Waterways at Agardanda

This project involved a pioneering low cost sloping submerged piled jetty resulting in a very cost effective alternative to creek bridges that would not typically be built in rural areas. IWT development at Agardanda port has a RO-RO type end birthing jetty along with a fully modern ship shaped terminal building.

  • Offshore details:
    Total Length of jetty – 56m, Diameter of pile is 1200mm, No. of piles are 18.
  • Onshore details:
    Building area – 617 Sq.m., Parking & open space area – 3200 Sq.m., Bund area – 6237 Sq.m.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 10.55 crores

Development of Inland waterways at Rajpuri

IWT Development at Rajpuri has a passenger jetty along with fully modern terminal building in the shape of a ship to serve visitors to fort Janjira.

  • Total Length of jetty – 80m, Diameters of pile 750 mm, No. of piles are 20.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 14.75 crores

Development of Inland waterways at Janjira

The IWT development at fort Janjira has a floating pontoon design with a passenger jetty to provide sea access to the fort in an effective way without damaging the natural beauty of Fort Janjira.

  • Total length of jetty – 85m, diameter of piles is 750mm.
  • No. of piles is 36 nos.
  • No. of gangways are 2 nos., Gangway – 1) 16m x 3m, 2) 20m x 3m
  • Area of floating pontoon – 60 sqm with two dolphins.
  • Total cost of Project:Rs. 5.64 crores

Development of Inland waterways at Karanja

The project involved an economical sloping submerged piled jetty. The new approach was pioneered by Kashec providing a very cost effective alternative to creek bridges that would not typically be built in rural areas. IWT development at Karanja port has RO-RO type end birthing Jetty along with fully modern ship shaped Terminal Building.

  • Offshore details:
    Total length of jetty is 230m, diameter of pile is 900mm 24 piles & 750mm 38 piles.
  • Onshore details:
    Bund area – 8953sqm, building area – 617sqm, parking & open space area – 1500sqm.
  • Total cost of Project: Rs. 19.04 crores

Reconstruction & Extension of Existing Passenger Jetty at Malvan Port

The existing Jetty, built circa 1960 is past its design life. We recommended the construction of a new jetty which will have lifespan of 50 years, thereby catering for the current and future needs. This new jetty would also ensure that boats and ferries can operate in all tidal conditions.

  • Passenger type jetty including approach and berthing jetty of width 7.55m
  • Approach jetty length is 56m (7 spans of 8m long)
  • 22 nos. of piles of 900mm dia each.
  • Total cost of project: Rs. 9.63 crores

Demolition & reconstruction of existing jetty at Kala Academy

Kashec have successfully replaced the existing corroded steel jetty with a state of the art new jetty.

  • 120m long 60m wide concrete jetty
  • 2 nos. of floating concrete pontoons.
  • State of the art MEP facilities to service yachts and boats.
  • Total cost of project: Rs. 25 crores

Development of Ro-Ro Services at Revas, Taluka Alibag, Dist – Raigad

This project involved a pioneering low cost sloping submerged piled jetty resulting in a very cost effective alternative to creek bridges that would not typically get built in rural areas.

  • RO-RO type jetty including approach and berthing jetty of width 5.4m
  • Approach jetty length is 95m (17 no of spans of avg. length 8m)
  • Berthing jetty length is 52m (8 no of spans of avg. length 6m)
  • 62 nos. of piles of 900mm dia each.
  • Total cost of project: Rs. 8.75 crores

Detailed Project Report for Commissioning of Ship-Lift Facility at ABG Shipyard, Dahej

This DPR involved a feasibility study and preliminary design to review the cost estimate for commissioning of the ship-lift & allied infrastructure work at ABG Shipyard at Dahej.

  • Review of balance of activities of the project for: Balance of civil, mechanical & electrical work.
  • Ship-lift testing & commissioning, Coffer dam removal, dredging & jetty construction.
  • Review of implementation schedule for the project in Phase I & Phase II.
  • Review of cost of other activities like jetty, removal of coffer dam, dredging etc.
  • Findings & conclusions
  • Total cost of project: Rs. 297 crores