Port development feasibility study - Haiti

Port development feasibility study - Haiti

 

The project was a feasibility study on the development of a deep water port in the northern part of Haiti (Fort Liberté). The future port was located just inside a rocky deep water bay, which considerably reduced the need for breakwaters and would be mainly used as container hub. The study had the following scope: traffic forecast, port master plan, technical feasibility (quay wall design, dredging,…), site surveys (geotechnical, topography, bathymetry), BOQ, environmental impact analysis, financial viability and financial modeling, hinterland development.

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The port had the following characteristics:

  • 2,000 m of container quay wall
  • 450 m of break bulk quay wall
  • liquid bulk jetty
  • more than 150ha hinterland development

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Location:
Fort Liberté, Haiti
Department:
Port & river engineering
Activity:
Feasibility study
Sector:
Port development
Period:
2010 - 2012