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Columbuskaje pile driving interrupted

BREMERHAVEN. Five months following the ramming of the initial pile for the new Columbuskaje in Bremerhaven, the first section of a new sheet pile wall measuring roughly 400 metres was completed in April. The gap between the new sheet pile wall and the old quay will be filled with sand in June, before concrete construction starts. After a break required for conservation reasons, the second phase of the piling works will resume in October. The 620 m quay is due to open in twelve months along with the cruise terminal.

Credits: BREMENPORTS

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