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Maritime Infrastructures

ArcelorMittal’s hot rolled steel sheet pile sections have been used to build maritime infrastructures for over a hundred years. Through innovation and continuous improvement, combined walls such as the HZ®-M system, Z and U-type sections, or flat sheet piles form one of the most advanced solutions for constructing and deepening port and other maritime structures.

Based on long-term experience, steel structures in a marine environment can be designed for a service life of 50 years and more.

Typical structures are quay walls (wharfs), jetties, dolphins, breakwaters, dry-docks,....
Last modified: January 16, 2019

Quay Walls

Quay walls are structures at which ships can berth for transshipment of goods or human [...]


A breakwater is an infrastructure that provides protection from the direct action of the sea, [...]


A jetty is basically a structure that projects from the land into the water, to [...]


Dolphins are used either as additional berthing/mooring elements in a harbour, or as a protection [...]