Ports that improve transportation

Factors such as the globalization of the economy that led to an increase in the flow of goods, a greater demand for quality services, to achieve shorter delivery times and lower costs, and intermodality requirements to expand transportation alternatives, conditioned the port design and forced them to adapt to meet new market demands. Likewise, climate change and the more intense winter effects have led to an increase in rehabilitation and protection works in coastal areas.

The construction area of ​​the FCC Group has in its portfolio numerous maritime and river works, all over the world, of great technical complexity, with specialized teams and technicians capable of innovating and supporting these works all over the world. It has more than 44 kilometers of dikes, 32 kilometers of breakwaters and 873 caissons installed in port extensions.

RRC has conquered this sector by carrying out works of outstanding relevance in the national market.

The activities developed in this area include the project, the integral construction of the infrastructure, the EPC (Engineering Procurement Construction) contracts, the concessions of sports marinas and commercial ports (containers, bulk, multipurpose terminals) and industrial maritime facilities for oil, and its derivatives and gas.

Some references

                                Doca dos Olivais, Lisbon                                                                      Dredging of the Ria Formosa                                                                 Póvoa de Varzim marina                                                                                  Emissary Matosinhos


Xabregas Container Terminal, Lisbon
Sta. Apolónia Container Terminal, Lisbon
Poço do Bispo Pier
Rota Blanket / Tall Sewage Interceptor
Industrial maritime outfall of the Porto de Leça refinery
Rehabilitation of the islets of Faro and Olhão and Ilha Deserta
Culatra Island Rehabilitation - Nascente Nucleus Lighthouse (POLIS Ria Formosa)