Supervision of Port Infrastructure Development at Port of Takoradi, Ghana


Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GPHA) is a state owned company responsible for the development, operation and management of ports and port-related facilities in Ghana. GPHA initiated the Takoradi Port Infrastructure Development Project that shall be realised in 3 stages in order to minimise disturbances to the ongoing port operations. The stages comprise:

Stage I: Construction of the new pier for bulk and oil handling, deepening of new harbour basins, turning basin and entrance channel, breakwater extension, land reclamation with rock revetment, construction of new berths.

Stage II: Preparation of newly reclaimed storage areas for offshore industry and allocation of new berths for offshore supply vessels.

Stage III: Allocation of 2 new berths for container vessels and creation of a new container terminal on reclaimed land.

  • Client :Ghana Ports and Harbours Au-thority (GPHA)
  • Construction Costs:360 Mil. €
  • Period :2013 - 2017

  • Services
  • Project management
  • Site supervision
  • Review and approval of contractors design and FEED studies
  • Specification of main design criteria