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Upgrading key infrastructure

ITALY: In addition to a variety of challenging overseas projects, Ingemar has once again won diverse contracts for wide-ranging mooring infrastructure at Italian clubs and marinas.

In La Grazie Bay, Gulf of La Spezia, Ingemar has finished replacing a series of buoys with around 1,440m (4,700ft) of floating pontoons. This involved the installation of two long mooring piers comprising steel pontoons with concrete floats and tropical timber decking. The company has also completed a 4m (13ft) wide floating barrier to protect jetties at La Spezia Sailing Club at the Molo Italia.
The company has also started work on a pontoon replacement contract for two basins (west and east) at the municipal marina in Palau. Ingemar installed the original pontoon system in 1987. Five floating piers with fingers are planned for the west basin and two, also with fingers, for the east.
Porto Turistico di Jesolo, a constantly evolving tourist harbour with a complex of basins just to the north of the Venetian lagoon, has also called on the company for additional infrastructure. This year Ingemar is completing a new floating structure parallel to the shoreline that was previously used for moorings. The long steel-framed pontoon will be anchored with steel piles and sliding devices to offer stern-to mooring for yachts up to 30m (98ft).

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