Peel Ports - Liverpool2

One of the UK’s most ambitious investment projects, Peel Ports Liverpool2
project is a new deep water container terminal, under construction at Royal
Seaforth Docks in the Port of Liverpool.
The project incorporates 17 Hectares of newly created land mass
recovered from the River Mersey and an 854-metre-long quay wall to
form the new container terminal. The eight Megamax ship-to-shore (STS)
cranes will be capable of handling two 380m vessels simultaneously
whilst 22 Cantilevered Rail Mounted Gantry Cranes (CRMG) distribute
containers around the terminal and onto vehicles for transportation. Stateof-
the-art technology will be incorporated to control crane operations and
vehicular movement to/from and around the new terminal. A new 30MVA
electrical supply will be delivered to and around the wider port at 33kV and
a new 11kV and 440v distribution network will be installed around the new
terminal to support the cranes, refrigerated containers (reefers), control
systems, terminal lighting, CCTV and Wi-Fi.
ACTS Partnership Ltd. undertook the design of mechanical and electrical service
distribution systems to the key development areas of the project, including both
arterial service provision and building specific design for premises constructed by
the Client.
The Glasgow Harbour project continues to develop in phased construction elements
and ACTS Partnership Ltd. are engaged to provide mechanical and electrical design
services throughout the development process.

Glasgow Harbour

Glasgow Harbour is a major urban regeneration project located along the former dockland and shipbuilding areas of the River Clyde, encompassing 130 acres of new development works. The project is intended to create a new city district along the waterfront area of the west end of Glasgow. The completed project will comprise of a mixed high quality residential, retail, leisure and commercial development and will include approximately 38 acres of public open space and a new Riverside Museum.
ACTS Partnership Ltd. were appointed as both Mechanical & Electrical Engineers and Utilities Consultants on the project. In particular the company’s specialist expertise in the deregulated energy market was a key selection consideration for the Client in order to derive maximum benefit from the large scale energy demands of the overall project. We were involved in the evaluation of utility infrastructure options, negotiation with major utility service providers, and delivering a service infrastructure strategy that enabled the Client to maximize the cost benefits available in the deregulated energy market.

Forth Ports, Western Harbour