Upgrade of infrastructure at Prøvestenen

Further work is currently underway on the infrastructure in the new area at Prøvestenen Dry Bulk Terminal. The terminal has expanded in recent years, with around 18 hectares of new land being made available for customers that work with stone, gravel and other building materials. A new quay is also part of the area.

”The final ground-, water- and lighting works are currently in progress in the new areas. Among other things, we are asphalting the area and installing new lighting around the quay”, reports Brian Kristensen, COO Liquid, Dry Bulk & Property at CMP.

Concrete surface
The pipe system is simultaneously being upgraded, with the installation of new drains and pipes for water, sewage and other water management measures. In addition, the 650 metre long quay will be surfaced in concrete. This is being done in stages of 50 metres at a time, and the reinforcement and pouring work is in full swing.

”Making a hard surface in this way will facilitate cleaning of the quays and also enable water to be drained off. The new surface layer will also make it easier for the cranes that operate on the quays”, Brian Kristensen says.

The infrastructure work at the Prøvestenen Dry Bulk Terminal commenced in June and completion is estimated for September.

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