Ramboll provided the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for Phase 2 of the Ras Laffan Port Expansion Project.
The existing port, built in 1996 and expanded in 2012, is being further developed to handle larger export volumes of liquid hydrocarbon products and containerised solid petrochemical products.
The Ramboll FEED provided multidisciplinary services for the design of the container yard, including all container terminal equipment, container management system, buildings, access road to buildings, water and drainage, parking, power supply including area lighting, communication and security
The design for two additional small tanker berths coordinated the designs for land reclamation works, mooring dolphins, quay walls, metering platforms, pipe racks, berth furnishings, oil spill containment equipment, deluge systems and road and drainage infrastructure. 50m high offshore and reclaimed
onshore Leading Light Tower designs were provided to facilitate vessel navigation into the port.
In addition to the core deliverables, Ramboll provided designs for ancillary items including car parking canopies, fuel stations, guard houses, isolation valves on the existing line, etc.