Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd

Conditions Of Contract
NEC 3 Option A

82 weeks

Contract Value


The project involved the construction of a new Ferry Terminal facility for the busy port of Brodick on the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde, encompassing three main elements of a new terminal building, land-side marshalling areas complete with taxi rank, drop-off/pick-up areas and bus stances and a new berthing structure, complete with link-span to accommodate a new 100m long vessel.


Main Elements of Marine Works:

  • 120m x 20m ‘open’ piled structure
  • 762mm & 711mm diam tubular piles
  • 30t pre-stressed concrete cross-beams
  • Pre-cast & in-situ concrete deck
  • 40m long tubular fender piles
  • Parallel-motion fendering system
  • New link-span with lifting structures
  • Overhead Passenger Access System
  • 12,000cum dredging


Main ‘Landside’ Works & New Terminal Building:

  • 9,000sqm of land reclamation
  • 250m pre-cast retaining wall
  • 16,000t x 2t-4t rock armouring
  • 35,000t of rock and general bulk infill
  • 15,000sm of blacktop, concrete & paving finishes
  • New marshalling areas, taxi rank, drop-off & pick-up points, and bus stances complete with shelters
  • 60m x 20m two storey steel-frame building with sandstone & glazed cladding and full services, incorporating a Biomass system

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