Rotterdam

The PCR partners have gained extensive experience in port and terminal development projects in Rotterdam and abroad, primarily in leading positions. This has resulted in a thorough knowledge of and easy access to specialized institutions and parties, which can add their specific back-up expertise to projects if needed. Such back-up expertise could be in the fields of modeling and simulation of terminals and vessel maneuvering, terminal automation, surveys, hydraulic and morphological modeling, etc.

Construction of 75,000 ton state-of-the-art warehouse for storage and handling of Salt

PCR cooperated with European Bulk Services on the construction of [...]

Agri bulk terminal technical assessment – Rotterdam, The Netherlands

European Bulk Services (EBS) operates a dry bulk terminal for intermediate storage of mineral bulk, agribulk and biomass products. The terminal has a total annual throughput of approx. 8 million tons, and a total land area of 30ha. A transformation of a terminal into an ultra-modern agri bulk hub and woodpellet terminal was needed.

Grain silo inspection – Rotterdam, The Netherlands

European Bulk Services (EBS) operates a dry bulk terminal for intermediate storage of mineral bulk, agribulk and biomass products. The terminal has a total annual throughput of approximately. 8 million tons, and a total land area of 30ha. EBS was seeking to expand their activities on the terminal and acquired 2 million tons additional cargo annually. The existing civil structures suffered from lack of maintenance. Therefore the structures were assessed, a rehabilitation plan prepared, costs estimated and the risks analyzed.

Various services for European Bulk Services (EBS) – Rotterdam, The Netherlands

European Bulk Services (EBS) operates a dry bulk terminal for intermediate storage of mineral bulk, agribulk and biomass products. The terminal has a total annual throughput of approximately. 8 million tons, and a total land area of 30ha.

Estimation port construction costs expansion MV2 – Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Maasvlakte 2 is a 2.9 billion euro expansion in the Port of Rotterdam, resulting in an extra 1000 ha terminal area of 1.000 hectares dedicated to container handling (600 hectares), distribution facilities (200 hectares) and chemical industry (200 hectares). In total a sea defense of 12 km is erected, 250 Mm3 sand is dredged and reclaimed, 10 km of quaywall (to -20 m) is built. This nearshore area is a particularly sensitive natural habitat (both marine and terrestrial life). For this reason design, planning and execution of the works was done with utmost care.