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Floating piers Surfaces and solutions for all needs Made in Italy Pontoons, breakwaters, piers for super yachts, floating bridges and constructions: the best solutions for connecting sea and land by means of strong and reliable structures, in aluminium, concrete or steel, standard or tailor made. Genoa - Italy: 9 m wide piers and 650 sqm platforms for the Genoa Boat Show Let’s shape together your new marina Tel. +39 0422 702412 Pontoons and constructions over the water MW2016JanFeb.indd 18 05/01/2016 09:32:24

Dock providers appointed for Golfito COSTA RICA: The marina at the Golfito Marina Village & Resort in the Pacific coast town of Golfito is to be built by Crane Materials International (CMI) company GatorDock. Ingemar expands to meet Middle East demands ITALY: Growing demand for floating pontoons and breakwaters in reinforced concrete and the tight schedules imposed by customers has led Ingemar to enlarge its production facilities at its Casale sul Sile factory. Production units, owned by Ingemar T&S, now cover an area of 7,000m² (75,347ft²). A new prefabricated building has been added to house the large modular castings for the production of breakwaters up to 20m x 4m x 2.4m (65.6ft x 13ft x 7.8ft). A fixed crane covers the outside service area. Ingemar president, Lorenzo Isalberti, sees the investment as essential. “I am convinced that only within an area dedicated specifically to their construction, using our own specialist personnel under the supervision of our own technicians can we ensure the consistent quality which is indispensible for the production of these very complex elements,” he says. Production of pontoons and breakwater units fulfils Ingemar contracts in many countries but for 2015 the Arabian Peninsula took centre stage. Ingemar secured and is progressing a substantial ongoing contract to build coastal ports for berthing Saudi naval vessels and also nears completion of the second marina in the La’ala Al-Kuwait Sabah Al-Ahmad Sea City project. The second Al-Ahmad marina (above) will accommodate 633 vessels and should be in operation early this year to complement the 406-berth first basin, which Ingemar completed for inauguration in April 2015. WORLD NEWS The marine grade aluminium Full- Float system with concrete decking will be installed to moor megayachts up to and exceeding 350 feet (106m) in length. With its signature E channel frame construction for high strength and stability, GatorDock Full-Float will also be used on the fuel dock, which is 265 feet (81m) long with high volume, filtered fuel pumps (150 gpm/570 lpm). According to CMI international sales director, Matt Hasseler, the company’s Poly Float docks with composite decking will be custom engineered to construct the main marina. This includes a sport fishing tournament weighing station and a water taxi landing. The marina’s unique design also includes a 6,500ft² (603.8m²) floating island and floating planter boxes along the main dock. Golfito (which means ‘little gulf’) is surrounded by year-round calm waters. It is the only authorised pick-up and drop-off zone for yacht transport ships on the west coast of both Central and South America. Lindley consolidates South American operations BRAZIL: Portuguese company Lindley has opened Lindley BR, a subsidiary in Rio de Janeiro. The new company will focus on the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of floating equipment, aids to navigation and port equipment. Grupo Lindley’s activities in Brazil began in 2012 with a partnership with BR Marinas for the design and construction of floating pontoons for BR Marinas facilities. It has subsequently completed several projects including a redevelopment of Marina da Gloria in Rio and installation of floating pontoons at Marina Bracuhy and in Ribeira. - January/February 2016 19 MW2016JanFeb.indd 19 05/01/2016 09:32:31

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