SIS Plays Key Role in Successful Delivery of the South Molle Boat Landing Facility

0 Comments | February 12, 2021

In late 2020, SIS finished delivery of final components to enable the completion of the new 154m long South Molle Jetty in the Whitsunday Islands in QLD, Australia, following on from the destruction of the previous jetty during ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie in 2017.

SIS delivered a range of FRP elements to this project and our team worked closely with the client through every stage during design, engineering, optimisation through to fabrication and delivery of elements to this remote Australian National Park.

FRP products used in this project included, marine piles, headstocks, grating, cross bracing and reinforcement bar in the concrete. All of these FRP materials are ideally suited to harsh marine environments and are designed to accommodate / withstand heavy weather and tidal loads including monsoonal events. FRP materials were specifically chosen to ensure 100 year design life in such demanding conditions.

Contact an SIS Structures Manager on or call 1300 261 074 in Australia or +61 8 7007 0441 from overseas to discuss your project or find out more..


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