Port of Lisbon improves floating infrastructure at Alcântara and expands the number of mooring berths
The Lisbon Port Administration (APL) continues to improve its floating infrastructure at Alcântara by rehabilitating floating walkways and installing new fingers. LINDLEY MARINAS was contracted through a public tender for the supply, installation, and refurbishment of the floating equipment. In addition to improving the existing walkways, 32 new fingers with a length of 12 meters were supplied and installed, all made of hot dip galvanized painted steel, allowing for 64 new mooring berths. The contract awarded to LINDLEY also included the replacement of walkways and fingers at Bom Sucesso basin, to replace walkways and fingers that were damaged by fire on a vessel.
In addition to the standard equipment, LINDLEY also supplied complementary equipment and accessories for the walkways and fingers, such as mooring bollards and multi-service pedestals in order to provide lighting, water and electricity.
LINDLEY has been a partner and supplier to APL for over 30 years, continuously earning the trust of this entity in providing new equipment and refurbishing the existing ones.