Major Cruise Ship Berths Extension, Pointe Seraphine, St. Lucia

CMS are currently supporting Ballast Nedam, a Dutch international construction company, who are carrying out an extension to St Lucia’s Pointe Seraphine Cruise Ship Terminal.

This initiative is designed to increase cruise ship passenger numbers to over 800,000 per annum.

CMS are providing barge services, to assist in the provision of
the equipment required for the driving and drilling of the steel piles,
a sectional barge for construction operatives to work from
and a Case 30 ton excavator to assist in the backfilling of 
the cofferdams.

On two occasions, CMS has provided a commercial diver to descend over 100 feet inside one of the water-filled steel piles, to carry out inspections and recover broken drill heads.

On being asked about the danger of such an exercise, he responded
by saying it was easy – with no currents, or barracudas to deal with
in the dark!

CMDB, our Caribbean joint venture company with coastal design engineers Smith Warner International of Jamaica, is currently contacting many of the hotels in the Leeward Islands, to offer their services to rebuild and renovate the many beaches and marine facilities which have been damaged by the recent hurricanes.

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to Secure & Rebuild

Let CMS become a vital contributor to your marine or onshore piling or construction project, a reliable contractor when your problems require trusted, durable solutions and an expert,
quality construction company, for key land and marine security, reclamation and reconstruction work.