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Loch Ryan Terminal & Port Development, Cairnryan

  • Construction
  • + Civil Engineering
  • ClientStena Line
  • Value£61,500,000
  • Duration58 weeks
  • Employers Representative Hobart Heron / RPS
Loch Ryan Terminal & Port Development, Cairnryan

Construction of a new Stena Line terminal and port facility.

The terminal comprises of a steel frame 21,528sqft three-storey with mezzanine floor, and satellite buildings, including security building, workshop, check-in booths, pump house, car and coach search building, sewage treatment plant, and offices.

The port facility involved the construction of rock revetment, dredging, reclamation, flexible bituminous pavement, internal heavy duty roads, marshalling area, carparking, block paving lorry parking, design & construction of 220m x 18m suspended jetty, new terminal building and satellite buildings, realignment of A77 trunk road and construction of an at-grade roundabout.

Community EngagementConsiderate Constructor’s Scheme

The site undertook various activities, led by our CCS Ambassador, to impact positively on the area and the surrounding community. Activities included construction of a new wall for the local cemetery, sponsorship of the local rugby team, and visits to local schools to tell pupils about the new port and the environment. As well as, monthly port liaison meetings with the local community.

Considerate Constructor’s Scheme
“I would have no hesitation recommending McLaughlin & Harvey – we actually worked well together, the project came in on time, and the project is on budget.”
Alan Gordon, Stena Line Project Director

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