• First Caisson Arrives in Aberdeen South Harbour

    12th March 2019

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  • 4,000th accropode for South Harbour

    05th December 2018

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  • Dragados UK Grants Funding to Local Projects

    31st October 2018

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  • Dragados AHEP Quarterly Newsletter Issue No.6

  • Dragados UK Supports Local Job Seekers

    11th October 2018

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  • Project Family Day Proves Popular

    05th September 2018

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  • Caissons start journey to South Harbour

    28th August 2018

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  • Royal approval for new quays at Aberdeen South Harbour

    07th June 2018

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  • First accropodes produced at new Aberdeen South Harbour facility

    16th May 2018

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  • First Caisson Construction

    05th April 2018

    Caisson Construction Marks New Phase for Construction Project.

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  • A Third Caisson Arrives in Nigg Bay

    The footprint of the 400 metre-long Dunnottar Quay became all the more apparent this weekend with the arrival of a third concrete caisson from Invergordon. As per tradition the caisson is named after the loved one of one of those most closely involved with the project. In this case the caisson is named after Louise Parker, wife of the organisation's previous Chief Executive, Colin Parker.

    Eventually, twenty-two caissons will be towed into South Harbour to form the closed quay sections.  The caissons are 50 meters long, 15 meters wide and 16 meters deep, and have been made in La Coruna, in North-west Spain. 

  • Expansion Project sees Dredging Phase Commence

    05th September 2017

    Construction Project milestone achieved as Dredging work commences.

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  • Expansion Project Website Launched by Dragados

    03rd August 2017

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  • First Minister and Scottish Enterprise on board with Aberdeen Harbour

    17th July 2017

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  • New video showcases Aberdeen Harbour expansion

    The £350 million expansion of Aberdeen Harbour will open significant opportunities for the city as well as the wider economy, from up-scaled decommissioning activity and being able to accommodate larger commercial vessels, to an increased share of the available cruise vessel fleet. 

    This new video highlights features of the new state-of-the-art facilities, which are due to be completed in 2020.

  • Key Construction Milestones

    Dragados provide a summary of the key South Harbour Construction Milestones.

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  • Aberdeen Harbour Expansion Project Approval Announced

    19th December 2016

    The Board of Aberdeen Harbour has announced that its plans to expand facilities into Nigg Bay, to the south of the existing harbour, are to become a reality.

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  • Expansion Project Animation

  • Aberdeen Harbour Expansion Project Environmental Impact Assessment

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  • Aberdeen Harbour Expansion Project Marine License Application

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