Saint John Port Authority Cruise Ship Terminal Building
Location: Saint John, New Brunswick
Client: Saint John Port Authority
The construction of the Saint John Port Authority Cruise Ship Terminal building began in 2008 in the area of the former Pugsley "B" shed.
Proponent’s Responsibility on the Project
Conquest Engineering was engaged by the Port Authority to conduct a geotechnical investigation of the site and to provide recommendations for foundation design. Recommendations were provided for driven H-Piles and during construction Conquest performed pile driving monitoring complete with wave equation analysis to establish the appropriate driving criteria. A full range of services was also performed related to construction quality control.
Relevance of the Project
Our overall effort for the cruise ship terminal building demonstrates our knowledge and requirements for the following:
- The Project was completed safely, on time and within budget.
- Coordination with subcontractors to develop and schedule the geotechnical investigation.
- Close working relationships with the Saint John Port Authority to ensure the investigation and design recommendations met all requirements for the cruise ship terminal building.