The Puerto Capurro project in the Port of Montevideo (Uruguay) involves the construction of a 1,000-meter quay for industrial fishing vessels with their breakwater protection, mooring and berthing arrangements. The project includes the creation of an area of about 3.3 hectares, pavement works, drains, distribution of energy, drinking water and fuel, dredging of the corresponding dock and the final disposal of the dredges material in geo-containers.
The planned investment for this work, included in the National Port Administration (ANP) Strategic Plan 2018-2035, is 95 million dollars and the time schedule of the work is 33 months, so it will end in 2022. The works have been awarded to Teyma-Chediack. The initiative will be complemented by the installation of a Tsakos Naval Industries floating dock in a space adjacent to the ANCAP refinery.
On the 13th of December 2019, SECO was awarded the tender for the performance of the certification of the marine works through risk management of the design and the execution phase, on behalf of the ANP.