MARINE CIVIL ENGINEERING
Cathodic Protection

Examples of Cathodic protection works completed include wet welding anodes to sheet piles at:

  • Dingle Harbour……………………........... 318 anodes
  • Port of Cork....................................... 4000 anodes
  • Dublin Port .......................................... 850 anodes
  • Smiths Dock, Tyneside ....................... 320 anodes
  • Harwich Port ....................................... 567 anodes

Installation of Impressed Current CP system on coal jetty at Ashdod, Israel & Newcastle, UK

Marine Piling

ISC have completed numerous marine piling projects in Ireland, typically the following conditions apply to the work site:

  • Water
  • Difficult access to site for large plant
  • Tubular Piles up to 350mm diameter
Marine Pipelines

Examples of projects completed:


OUTFALL PIPLELINES
  • Bantry
  • Tramore
  • New Ross
  • Ballyshannon
  • Greystones
  • Shangannagh
  • Dublin Bay
  • Bray
  • Wicklow
  • Dunmore East
  • Waterville
  • Kinvara



WATER INTAKE PIPELINES
  • Portumna, Lough Derg
  • Lough Owel, Mullingar
  • Lough Ennel, Co Cavan
  • Lough Kinale, Co Longford
  • Lough Currane, Co Kerry

Marine Construction

Examples of projects completed:

  • Dublin Port – Undermining Repairs
  • Sarsfield Bridge Rehabilitation Contract, Limerick
  • Port of Cork – Pile Repair Works to concrete & steel piles
  • Cobh Cruise Berth – Installation of Anti scour mats along 250m berth
  • Remedial works to Road bridge at Durrow, Co Laois
  • Underpinning Pier at Arklow, Co Wicklow
  • Grand Canal Basin – re-facing pier wall
  • Pier Construction in Rosslare Europort, Belview, Dublin, Cork
  • Construction of Slipway & Marina in University of Limerick
  • Construction of timber deck viewing platform over lake in Dublin Zoo
Underwater welding & burning

Examples of projects completed:

  • xtensive plate repairs to damaged hull of heavy lift vessel to Germanischer Lloyds approved standard
  • Extensive structural welding to split piles(10m long vertical welds)
  • Underwater welding to repair ropeguard on ships & welding S/S nut tabs on propellors
  • Underwater welding works involved in installing approx 10, 000 anodes to piles in various Ports in Ireland & UK

ISC diver/welders carry out all underwater welding to BS 4872-1 1982 Class 11 Approved Standards