Napier Port - Wharf and Dredging




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Napier Port - Wharf and Dredging
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STATUS: Prospective pipeline
SECTOR: Other transport
JURISDICTION: New Zealand
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

Napier Port is proposing to build a new wharf that is 350 metres long and approximately 34 metres wide, supported by piles in the seafloor. The wharf would run parallel to the existing container terminal.

The wharf, berth pocket (where the ship sits) and swing basin (where the ship turns) would be built in stage one, while dredging the shipping channel to accommodate larger ships will only happen as ships get progressively larger. It is expected that the dredging will be undertaken in stages over a number of years, as and when shipping company demand requires it.

The expected timeframe for consenting and construction is three to four years.

It is estimated the wharf and dredging programme will cost around NZ$125 million (A$114 million), including the construction of the wharf and dolphins (separate mooring bollards), and the initial dredging of the berth and swing basin.

A business case will be completed as part of the next stage of the process, which will put more detail around the costs and options for funding the wharf construction.



Last reviewed: 29/08/2018

Napier Port - Wharf and Dredging
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