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ShibataFenderTeam Delivered Various Fender Systems for New Capacity-Strong Infrastructure at The Ports of Stockholm

Since 2012, we at ShibataFenderTeam, delivered more than 80 sets of Cone Fenders, more than 60 sets of Double SPC Cone Fenders, over 200 Bollards as well as various Element Fenders, V Fenders, Extruded Fenders and other maritime safety equipment for our valued long-term partner Port of Stockholm for their port developments in Värtahamnen, Kapellskär and Norvik. Värtahamnen Terminal  The infrastructure project at Värtahamnen is mainly designed […]

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Steel Structural Needs For Logan Airport Light Tower

Boston, Massachusetts History Boston Logan International Airport was opened in September, 1923, and was used mainly for the Army and Air Guard until 1927 when the first commercial flights were scheduled. Originally a small airfield, it wasn’t until the late 1940s that the airport added 1,800 acres of landfill in […]

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New Seawall at America’s Cup Village

Bermuda History Bermuda is a small island nation, composed of 181 islands totaling 21 square miles inhabited by over 60,000 residents. In December 2014, the America’s Cup Event Authority announced that Bermuda had been selected to host the America’s Cup in 2017. In conjunction with a Royal Caribbean Cruise Line […]

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3D Software Halves Wharf Pile Placement Time

Trimble Marine Construction software for pile-driving applications cut the time for setting and driving piles from a floating crane in half, both increasing safety and reducing production time. Solution Trimble Marine Construction software Accurate 3D positioning visualization Find out more at trimble.com/marine Overview Reg Tramble of Alva Construction Ltd. Antigonish, […]

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177,000 Feet of Piles Driven at I-4 Extension

Orlando, Florida History In 1969, in conjunction with the expected openings of the Naval Training Center (1968), Florida Technological University (now University of Central Florida 1969), and Walt Disney World (1971), the SR 408 project began as another east-west corridor through downtown Orlando. This route was built to relieve traffic […]