Maintenance of Port and Marine Facilities

Maintenance dredging – Dredging at fairways, anchorages and typhoon shelters maintains adequate water depth to ensure navigation safety.
Maintenance Dredging – Dredging at fairways, anchorages, typhoon shelters and downstream section of major rivers to maintain adequate water depth for navigation safety and adequate hydraulic capacity.
Concrete repair – Replacing defective concrete with suitable repair materials to upkeep the structural integrity of piers.
Concrete repair – Replacing defective concrete with suitable repair materials to upkeep the structural integrity of piers.
Fender repair – Replacing defective fenders to ensure safe berthing activities at piers
Fender repair –  Repairing fenders to ensure safe berthing activities at piers.
Provide and maintain barrier-free facilities in the public piers and landings.
Provide and maintain barrier-free facilities in the public piers and landings.
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Improvement to Port and Marine Facilities

Opening ceremony for Sharp Island Pier

Opening ceremony for Sharp Island Pier

Sharp Island Pier
Sharp Island Pier
Tap Mun Pier
Tap Mun Pier
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New Technologies for Inspection of Marine Structures

To enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of underwater inspection of marine structures, new survey technologies have been introduced.

Sharp Island Pier

Integrated Multibeam Echo Sounder and Laser Scanner System

Sha Tau Kok Public Pier

Imaging Sonar System

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