The Port of Cromarty Firth (POCF) in Scotland has awarded civil engineering and construction firm Roadbridge UK a contract to construct a new £30 million (US$38.5 million) energy and cruise hub.
The project will encompass construction of a 218-metre-long quayside with steel piles, construction of a new revetment (retaining wall), and reclamation of 3.64 hectares of land.
Work will commence in January 2019.
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