Here you can browse a selection of projects that have benefited from our Port Risk Management Services.
Littlehampton Harbour is a small but busy port catering for yachting, fishing and larger commercial traffic; its jurisdiction covers the mouth of the River Arun to the historic town of Arundel.
The Government of Gibraltar appointed GJB Ltd, a Gibraltar based contractor, to undertake the design and construction for a new marina capable of accommodating 700 boats with lengths of up to 9.0m. The new harbour also provides berthing facilities for superyachts up to 165m long.
Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) working in partnership with Argyll and Bute Council (A&BC) and the Northern Lighthouse Board (NLB) commissioned a Harbour Management Plan for Oban Bay.
We were commissioned by Argyll and Bute Council to perform a PMSC audit at the port of Campbeltown.
Port Taranaki, located on New Zealand’s west coast of the North Island, is a key deep water import and export port, handling a wide diversity of cargoes.
Tor Bay Harbour is one of Britain's finest coastal water-sport locations, a busy commercial fishing port and a safe anchorage for large vessels. The Harbour nestles within the western shores of Lyme Bay on the UK’s south-west peninsula.
The Port Marine Safety Code (PMSC) applies to all UK harbour authorities; the Code aims to improve safety in ports and to enable authorities to manage their marine operations to a nationally agreed standard.
Stena Line Ports Limited (SLPL) commissioned ABPmer to establish a Group Marine Safety Management System, which complied with the UK Port Marine Safety Code, for the ports of Holyhead, Fishguard and Loch Ryan Port.
Stena Line Ports Ltd (SLPL) operates the ports of Holyhead and Fishguard in Wales and Loch Ryan Port in Scotland. Each of these ports has an established Marine Safety Management System (MSMS) detailing how the port complies with the Port Marine Safety Code. Each of the ports operates busy ferry routes between Wales and the Republic of Ireland and Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Associated British Ports (ABP) is the UK’s largest ports group, operating 21 ports across England, Scotland, and Wales. Whilst the ABP Group has been compliant with the national standard for port marine safety since its inception (UK Port Marine Safety Code), a system to assist the whole Group in reaching a common standard for risk management and reporting was desired.