Teesport chosen in top 200 influential projects that shaped the world

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has named Teesport as one of the top 200 influential people and projects, past and present, which illustrate how civil engineering has shaped the world and transformed people’s lives for the better.

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To mark the ICE’s 200th anniversary, and to support the UK Government’s Year of Engineering, the Institution is highlighting 200 inspirational and world-changing projects from around the world throughout 2018. Nominated by the ICE’s members and selected by an expert panel, the chosen projects illustrate the breadth and depth of civil engineering’s impact.

Owner-operator PD Ports recently completed the £50million reconstruction of Number One Quay, an essential part of Teesport’s infrastructure. Completed over three phases, the project posed numerous challenges for engineers Royal Haskoning DHV RPS and contractors McLaughlin and Harvey, including the demolition of the existing concrete quay deck without disrupting business.

The full article is available on the Business Up North website here

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