Key data

  • Client: JadeWeserPort Realisierungs mbH & Co.KG
  • Planning: 2004 - 2007
  • Construction: ab 2008
  • Scope of planning:

    Project design and structural design of port facilities
    Design development
    Preparation of contract award documents
    Assistance in contract award
    Public relations
    Site supervision
    Safety and health coordination 

JadeWeser Port, Wilhelmshaven
Deep water port for mega-carriers

Shipping companies are increasingly using mega-carriers with capacities of over 10,000 TEU and unloading draughts of 16 m or more. The deep water port "JadeWeserPort" accommodates the needs of modern international container transport and offers many benefits, such as a tide-independent channel depth of up to 18 m, a short approach of approx. 23 nautical miles and a generous turning area alongside the quay. Four new mega-carriers can dock along the 1,725m-long container quay, and are simultaneously serviced by up to 17 container cranes at one terminal.

  • Total area of the port: approx. 360 hectares
  • Length of sheet piling wall: approx. 2,500 m
  • Length of perimeter dams: approx. 3,100 m
  • Sand dredging: approx. 43 million m³
  • Total steel (excluding reinforcement): approx. 80,000 t
  • Total concrete: approx. 95,000 m³
  • Total reinforcement steel: approx. 13,000 t

Aerial picture: @ JadeWeserPort Realisierungsgesellschaft mbH & Co.KG

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