Projecten

  • zeesluis ijmuiden
    Civil

    New sea lock IJmuiden

    A new, larger sea lock is being built at the entrance of the North Sea Canal near IJmuiden to provide access to the Amsterdam port area. The new sea lock is 500 metres in length, 70 meters in width and has a depth of 18 metres, making it the world’s largest sea lock. Construction was started in January 2016, and the new sea lock will be ready for use by ships in early 2022. Hydrauvision also contributes to this enormous project.

  • Marieholmstunnel Hydrauvision
    Civil
    Sweden

    Marieholmstunnel Göteborg

    The river Göta Älv runs straight through the city of Gothenburg in Sweden. In order to relieve the pressure on the heavily congested Tingsta tunnel, an additional tunnel is being built: the Marieholm tunnel. All major highways in Gothenburg will use the new Marieholm tunnel to reduce congestion on local roads.

  • Piling Template
    Civil
    United Kingdom

    Piling templates Port of Dover

    For the construction of a new marina on the west side of Dover Harbour, hundreds of steel piles are needed to be driven into the seabed using a hydraulic hammer. Due to the very large number of piles, there was invested in two unique, innovative piling templates to be able to place them in the right position at a faster pace. In cooperation with TWD, Hydrauvision took care of the engineering, production and installation of all hydraulic components and associated piping.