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Kingstown Port Modernisation Project Works, Lot 1: Primary Cargo Port

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 

The Kingstown Port Modernisation Project includes designing and building a cargo port and relocating a sewer outfall line, as well as road upgrades and strengthening within the port catchment area in Kingstown. Additional scope of work includes work on the terminal area of approximately 6.5 hectares on seaward reclaimed land, a sheet pile quay wall of 380 metres in length, as well as sheet pile walls of 130 metres in length on both sides of the reclaimed area, a container storage yard, and break-bulk vehicle storage and maintenance areas. Terminal buildings will include administration and customs, workshops, warehouses, and a container freight station. 

CLIENT
Government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 

VALUE
US$170 million

START DATE
2022

ESTIMATED COMPLETION
2025

“We are proud to bring our proven, global expertise to modernize and improve infrastructure to the port services project in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – facilitating critical improvements that will enhance economic opportunities and access to goods and services,” said Jean-Louis Servranckx, President and Chief Executive Officer, Aecon Group Inc. “This project demonstrates our international development capabilities as we continue to grow and diversify our business. We look forward to working with the Government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines to deliver this essential and climate-resilient infrastructure.”

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