As part of phase III of Port 2000 in Le Havre, Soletanche Bachy has built two new berths, each 350m long, for container ships, with a draught of up to 17m. These
two berths follow on from the first ten built by Soletanche Bachy in the 2000s, during phases I and II.
The contract also included the construction of a 111 m return quay, a capping beam, associated dredging, antiscour protection, two 360 t dolphins, and the development of 47 ha of quaysides.
Last but not least, the project included a number of environmental measures: use of low-carbon concrete under the EXEGY by Soletanche Bachy brand, optimization of resources by proposing technical variants, improved management of slurry, use of water in a closed circuit at the concrete plant, and protection of neighboring ecosystems.