Sugar & Grain Terminal Project Management & ESIA

Allison Fisheries wished to develop a sugar and grain terminal at Tin Can Island, Lagos Harbour and CARES were appointed as the Project Manager with responsibilities that include planning, maritime and environmental studies. The project included a jetty for 40,000 DWT bulk carriers, a warehouse for storage of 50,000 t raw sugar, a refinery, storage […]

PROJECT SUMMARY
Project start: Jan 2010
Project completion: Dec 2010
Sectors: Maritime
Project location: Lagos Harbour, Nigeria

Allison Fisheries wished to develop a sugar and grain terminal at Tin Can Island, Lagos Harbour and CARES were appointed as the Project Manager with responsibilities that include planning, maritime and environmental studies.
The project included a jetty for 40,000 DWT bulk carriers, a warehouse for storage of 50,000 t raw sugar, a refinery, storage for bagged refined sugar, and a barge quay for 2,000 DWT barges.
CARES responsibilities included conducting a Feasibility Study to assess the site and present a preliminary layout for submission to statutory bodies, which included preliminary designs for the marine work and planning of the major bulk handling equipment; submission to the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) for approval; management of Navigation Simulation Study to confirm the suitability of the turning circle; procurement of current data, bathymetric and topographic surveys; hydrodynamic studies; Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) including submissions to the Federal Ministry of Environment and completion of fieldwork; and, study into export of bagged sugar by barge rather than road.

SERVICES PROVIDED:
  • Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA)
  • Project Management
  • Planning / Feasibility Study
  • Maritime Assessment
  • Hydrodynamic Studies
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