Detailed FEASIBILITY Study for the Construction of a Bay Terminal at Chittagong, Bangladesh


The objective of the Project was to determine the technical, economical, operational, and financial feasibility of a new terminal outside of the Karnaphuli River thereby increasing the capacity of Chittagong Port. This also included a study on the environmental and traffic impacts of the proposed option. To accommodate the predicted cargo, a container Terminal with 3 mil TEU annual capacity and quay wall length of 2 km was developed and combined with a multipurpose terminal with a lenght of 1,5 km. The proposed terminal will be protected by a 5 km long breakwater.

  • Client :Chittagong Port Authority
  • Study Costs :750,000 USD
  • Period :2016 – 2017

  • Scope of Services
  • Review of Historical Data
  • Review of Conceptual Master Plan
  • Analysis of existing field data
  • Bathymetric, Topographic and Geotechnical Surveys
  • Hydraulic Modelling
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Conceptual Design
  • Feasibility Analysis
  • Financial and Economic Analysis
  • Support Training program and study tour
  • Cooperation
  • HPC Hamburg Port Consulting, Hamburg, Germany
  • KS Consultants Ltd., Dhaka, Bangladesh