The clients jetty facility in Harwich operates their fleet of Pilot Boats and utility vessels on a 24/7 basis. They had four gangway access points on to old walcon style pontoons which were in constant need of repair and maintenance and were too low against the boats requiring dedicated timber steps for access which were not practical.
Amicus won this project to repair the rotten and vandalised walkway to this jetty on the beach behind Landguard Fort in Felixstowe.
This was the second phase of the shot blasting and painting of the jetty structural steelwork and piles. This phase was about 2/3 of the length of the jetty.
The client tendered this project based on it being completed over two phases on successive summers. The Launch Jetty is HHA’s key asset to deliver their Pilot Boat service and utility vessel support which runs 24/7.
Amicus delivered this essential upgrade project for HHA at their Radar Tower on Landguard Point on time and without unscheduled shutdowns of the radar facility.
This was our very first project for HHA. We were asked to visit site and provide a methodology and price for the replacement of rotten hard wood timber deck boards and support beams on their Launch Jetty which provides a 24/7 service for pilot boats and other utility vessels.
HHA contracted Amicus to investigate options for the refurbishment of the three steel pontoons at Ha’Penny Pier in Harwich.
This project was for our regular client, Harwich Haven Authority, and involved the preparation and re-painting of the Victorian visitor centre/museum and the café/amenity building on the pier along with the repainting of the pier lighting columns and benches.
Amicus were approached by FM Conway to advise on a repair proposal for their jetty on the River Thames in Erith which is where they offload aggregate boats for their asphalt batching plant.