3GA Marine Ltd. provided Naval Architecture Marine Engineering Design Production to Seabridge Marine Contractors Ltd. 100T Barge Loading Ramp.
Utilizing their vast experience in China, Seabridge Contractors Ltd offers clients a program to deliver turn-key, high quality newbuild barges, vessels and steel structures built to the best international standards and design. The vessels and barges are built by smaller, specialized Chinese shipyards which focus on barges, drydocks, smaller ships, and modules. Classification may be by Lloyd’s, American Bureau of Shipping, Det Norske Veritas, Bureau Veritas, Nippon Kaiji, Kyokai, or other internationally recognized major Societies.
The key benefits of this proven turn-key program are quality control and integration of a full service package covering financial, technical and supervisory requirements, plus delivery to the buyer’s desired location in the World all without exposing our clients to the risk of running an operation outside of their area of expertise.
They would be pleased to quote for new construction of drydocks, inland river pushboats, tugs, landing craft, platform supply boats, modules, and dredges. Complete turn-key quotes for special projects including custom modules for international shipyards and bulk handling systems are available upon request.
Seabridge Marine Contractors Ltd
100T Barge Loading Ramp Detailed Design & Engineering
Lower Mainland, BC, Canada
Preliminary Design and Detailed Design
Transportation – Barge – Shipping
Developed a concept design for a 21m long barge loading ramp, capable of supporting a 100 tonne vehicle. The ramp is capable of operating to 9 degrees below horizontal, and loading/offloading vehicles to/from a concrete wharf, rocky foreshore, or beach.
Presented the concept design to the client. Developed detailed engineering calculations to demonstrate strength of the design & feasibility of operation. Developed detailed design drawings for the ramp, king posts, deck sheaves and winch foundations.
High capacity ramp with a long reach.
Ramp was constructed in China.
July 15, 2015