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INCREA in the Magazine FuturENVIRO (November 2013) 08/01/2014

INCREA in the Magazine FuturENVIRO (November 2013)   INCREA, which did the engineering for the submarine intake pipelines and the brine outfall for the Marina Baja Desalination Plant (Mutxamel, Alicante), is mentioned in the article in the magazine FuturENVIRO describing the desalination plant. The work was done for the PPA Group which was awarded the execution of the marine work for the temporary joint venture UTE Mutxamel. The magazine can be found at the following link page 59.

The INCREA Presentation for the XIII Pipe Design Course a Great Success. 09/12/2013

The INCREA Presentation for the XIII Pipe Design Course a Great Success As on many other occasions, INCREA was present at the XIII Pipe Design Course.Eloy Pita, Managing Director, offered a conference entitled “Design Criteria for Submarine Outfalls with PE Pipes”.INCREA's constant presence in these types of courses confirms its predominance in the field of submarine pipeline engineering. The conference was carefully followed as confirmed by the number of questions taken at the end.

The Botafoc Quay Gangways Being Operating. 29/11/2013

The Botafoc Quay Gangways Being Operating The Balearic Islands Port Authority (APB) began operating the Botafoc quay embarkation gangways on Friday, 8 November as part of an effort to equip the Eivissa port with greater quality service, safety and convenience for shipping lines and passengers. These gangways were taken into consideration when designing the Expansion Quays at the Port of Ibiza in Botafoc, the engineering of which was completed by INCREA.The loads transferred were very high...

The APB Awards the Botafoch Dolphin Project to INCREA 12/11/2013

The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has awarded INCREA the technical assistance contract to draft the construction project “Extension of the First Mooring Line for Large Ships at the Commercial Quays under the Botafoch”. Faced with a growing demand from long cruise ships, the length of the existing jetties under the Botafoch breakwater is not enough for ships with a length of between 220 and 340 m.  After this new project is drafted, one of the two existing...
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