MoTC – Izmir Candarli Port Development – Aegean - Project Profile
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Ministry of Transport and Communication (MoTC) is planning to undertake the construction of the Candarli Port in Aegean, Turkey.
The project involves the construction of a port to handle 12 million TEU of container cargo annually in three phases with a 4 million TEU in each phase.
The project will be implemented on build-own-transfer basis for a leasing period of 25 years.
The project includes the construction of a 1,501.93m long breakwater. The breakwater was designed as a composition of two different types of structures, as rock fill and piled jetty. The jetty of the rock fill is at a length of 480.45m and the piled jetty is at a length of 1,021.48m.
It includes the construction of berths, wharf of length 2,000m and 18m depth, storage facilities and the other related facilities.
The project received approval in March 2005. The Transportation Ministry initially set August 2009 as the date to hold tenders, however, later delayed the tender to 2010.
In April 2011, a joint venture of Limak Holding Inc. and Kolin Construction was appointed as the construction contractor for the port breakwater.
On January 31, 2014, construction of the port breakwater was completed.
In June 2015, the project is facing delay due to the huge size, high investment cost, extreme capacity obligations, compulsory additional environment and zoning plan arrangements.
The project involves the construction of a port to handle 12 million TEU of container cargo annually in Aegean, Turkey.
The US$1,290 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of berths
2. Construction of a 1,501.93m breaker
3. Construction of a wharf of length 2,000m and 18 m depth
4. Construction of a 800m rock filling
5. Construction of the storage facility
6. Construction of other related facilities
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