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Revealed: BAM's progress on Jebel Ali Terminal 4

BAM is taking care of building the 400m bridge and adjacent causeways, and 2.2km quay wall with a depth of 18m in phase 1

In the UAE, the Middle Eastern arm of Royal BAM Group, BAM International is currently working on the Phase 1 of Terminal 4 at DP World’s Jebel Ali Port.

BAM is taking care of building the 400m bridge and adjacent causeways, and 2.2km quay wall with a depth of 18m which can accommodate mega container vessels.

Phase 1 of the construction is scheduled to be completed by 2018.

Construction is currently on track, as is shown by the below video supplied by BAM:-

First phase of the project will expand the cargo handling capacity of the terminal to 3.1 million TEU (Twenty Foot Equivalent Units), while it will increase the capacity of Jebel Ali Port by 22.1 million TEU.

The new terminal will also add at least 110 cranes with a total quay length of about 11,000m when completed.

Phase 1 will feature 13 of the world's largest and most modern quay cranes, remotely operated from a control room off the quayside.

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