One of the main activities of GT Corporation
is construction of new hydraulic structures and on-shore facilities. These works are performed starting from design stage to “turn-key” implementation.
The Coal Terminal in the Port of Muuga in Tallinn
is a pile-supported jetty on steel tubular piles. The Terminal was developed by pilot construction method using modern technology and materials. The design and construction works were completed in 1993-1995.
For the construction of the Yacht Port in Odessa
steel mooring pontoons were used. This allowed to build the Yacht Harbour within the shortest period of time. At the seaside berthing of seagoing crafts has been foreseen. In the internal basin yachts are moored. The berths are equipped to supply yachts with water, power and communication services. The storage of yachts during winter time was guaranteed by the construction of a boathouse. The project was completed in 1997.
Construction of the Irbensky Lighthouse
was based on unique technology that allowed to reduce the scope of works in the open sea. Foundation of the lighthouse is a reinforced concrete caisson constructed at the building berth. After the lighthouse was completed it was towed and installed at the site in the Irbensky Strait. The helideck was mounted using a floating crane. The designing and construction were completed in 1980-1985.
Construction of Cargo / Passenger Ferry Terminal in Baltiysk
, Kaliningrad region. In a short period of time site investigations were carried out, the project was executed and the first phase of the terminal development was initiated with the construction of the berths and on-shore facilities.
Construction of a Railway Ferry Terminal for “Ust-Luga – Baltiysk – seaports of Germany” had been launched in September of 2004, in Baltiysk, Kaliningrad region. The total length of quay lines and shore reinforcement on Railway Ferry Terminal is over 1,000 metres. Completion of construction is scheduled for 2006.