Ports & Marine

The world’s ports and shipping lines are the backbone of our logistics networks and global trade, and yet our ports face challenges from ageing infrastructure, climate change, competition, and urban development.  Ports and Marine projects can be complex, requiring a balance of maintaining operational capacity with delivering cost-effective solutions.

Innovative Solutions

At Robert Bird Group, we have experience in public and private marine facilities – from major sea and inland ports, to ferry terminals and private marinas. We provide innovative solutions for marine infrastructure and we can support all stages of projects from planning, design and construction, to operation and maintenance.

Our services in this sector include:

  • Port and wharf design, including floating wharf systems with flexible bridge connections
  • Cruise terminal and ferry terminal design
  • Specialist pile design in marine environments
  • Structures with extended design life
  • Structures designed for significant collision impact forces
  • Crane supports in marine environments
  • Bridge design
  • Modular systems
  • Condition inspections and reporting
  • Advice on corrosion protection and maintenance of marine structures

To meet the demands of growth, our global infrastructure investment needs are forecast to increase by over 30%, to $3.3 Trillion annually through to 2030. The importance of innovative and sustainable engineering has never been more important.  At Robert Bird Group we take pride in delivering engineering excellence on infrastructure projects that are shaping our future.

Ports & Marine

Related Projects

Here are additional projects that relate to the current project viewed CLICK or TAP on the image for more information.

Rail

Safe and reliable rail services are vital for connecting our communities and industries. As our cities grow out and up, integrated multi-modal transport solutions are required to meet these growing demands

Roads

The capacity and performance of our road networks directly impact our economic growth, our welfare, and our quality of life. New road projects seek to improve safety, reduce congestion or reduce travel times.

Energy

Using the sun, water, wind, earth, or our waste, to meet our energy needs is an obvious choice to addressing finite non-renewable resources and their subsequent environmental impacts

Ports

The world’s ports and shipping lines are the backbone of our logistics networks and global trade, and yet our ports face challenges from ageing infrastructure, climate change, competition, and urban development.

Contact Us

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Not readable? Change text. captcha txt

Start typing and press Enter to search