Breakwater and Coastal Structures

Breakwater and Coastal Structures

The 54 crore Maravanthe breakwater project is the first of its kind, in terms of design and size, to be taken up by the Karnataka fisheries department. This kerala style Basin breakwater was designed by CWPRS and is being implemented by the fisheries department, Udupi. This project would provide the much needed anchoring space and fish landing point for the fishing trawlers, owned by fishermen of maravanthe community.

The North Break water is 190 M long and curves towards the south to an extent of 106 M culminating into the head. The South break water is 218 M long extending from the coast towards the west and then turns pointing towards the North to an extent of 536 M, culminating in a 36 M long head. The channel width between the North breakwater head and the south breakwater head is 150 M.

We are proud to be a part of this prestigious project.We have signed a supply contract with the EPC contractor in the month of May 2013 for providing Breakwater Grade, Stone Boulders and Armour Stones for the project

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