Posted on October 19, 2023
The harbor extension and jetty construction project initiated in Dhidhdhoo island of Haa Alif atoll has neared completion.
This was revealed by the Maldives Transport and Contracting Company (MTCC) on Monday.
As such, providing the latest updates of the Dhidhdhoo harbor extension and jetty construction project to the public, MTCC revealed that the project has reached 80 percent completion so far.
MTCC revealed that the new harbor basin dredging component of the project has reached 98 percent progress and that the shipment of concrete blocks required for quay wall variation works has been delivered to the project site.
Currently ongoing at the site are the breakwater construction, quay wall construction and concrete bridge construction components.
Under the scope of the project, MTCC is required to carry out dredging and excavation operations of 78,000 cubic meters.
The company is also required to construct a breakwater measuring 49 meters and a groyne measuring 58 meters.
A revetment measuring 768 meters and a quay wall measuring 898 meters also come under the project.
MTCC will also be constructing a harbor pavement measuring 9,270 square meters and jetty.
The installation of mooring buoys, a scour apron, a concrete ramp and an 81-meter channel breakwater as well as navigational lights and harbor lights also comes under the scope of the Dhidhdhoo harbor extension and jetty construction project.
The project is valued at MVR 88.3 million.