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10 May 2011

Mott MacDonald forms marina collaboration in Asia Pacific

Mott MacDonald’s Hong Kong office and Marina Projects Ltd have joined together in a collaboration providing services and expertise in marina consultancy and maritime coastal engineering.

Marina developers and investors can now benefit from a comprehensive and unrivalled consultancy service available throughout the Asia Pacific region. Mott MacDonald and Marina Projects are fully committed to providing environmentally sustainable solutions to all aspects of marina design. This teamwork approach has already been applied successfully on the prestigious Baroque on Lamma project in Hong Kong.

Mott MacDonald has played a major role in the development of marine infrastructure throughout the Asia Pacific region. The consultancy will be providing full planning and engineering services including breakwater design, wave and sediment modelling using state of the art numerical simulation of wave dynamics, and design of ferry piers, marinas and pontoons.

Marina Projects has provided advice on all aspects of marina design and waterfront development in over 20 countries worldwide and projects include Porto Montenegro in the Mediterranean.

Chris Howley, division director of transport in Mott MacDonald’s Hong Kong office said, “We are delighted to be able to continue working with Marina Projects in the Asia Pacific region as the marina development opportunities grow. Our experience in maritime and coastal protection together with Marina Projects’ marina expertise is unrivalled in the region.”

Geoff Phillips, director of Marina Projects commented, “In the Asia Pacific region the marine infrastructure requirements will prove fundamental to any marina scheme and it is important to assess the engineering implications at the earliest stage of the feasibility and concept design process. The partnership with Mott MacDonald complements Marina Projects’ skills and we look forward to expanding our operations in the region.”

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