To mitigate these impacts, Hall Pacific is able to implement adaptation strategies that improve coastal resilience and reduce vulnerability amongst our Pacific Island neighbours.
WITH CLIMATE CHANGE NOW SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACTING TIDAL MOVEMENTS, CURRENTS, WAVES, WIND PATTERNS, WATER LEVELS AND SEDIMENT SUPPLY, MANY PACIFIC ISLAND NATIONS ARE FACING THE THREAT OF EROSION, FLOODING AND ECOSYSTEM IMBALANCES
We bolster coastal defences through beach replenishment and marine structures such as groynes, seawalls and breakwaters. Our team can adapt to a wide variety of beach erosion issues, developing a customised solution to suit even the most complex of problems.See Projects
Whether it’s building or expanding a jetty, installing mooring dolphins to assist with mooring vessels, or repairing damaged roads and causeways, we possess the knowledge and capabilities to successfully deliver a broad range of civil and marine infrastructure.See Projects
FLOOD MITIGATION DREDGING
Our team is experienced in undertaking flood mitigation dredging in rivers and waterways to lessen the impact of flooding in severe weather events. These works decrease the cost of damage to infrastructure and also minimise the threat of tropical waterborne diseases by enabling water to flow to the ocean without obstruction.See Projects
Our team has a successful track record in creating usable land from sand dredged from waterways, bays and coral atolls using our fleet of cutter suction dredges and earthmoving equipment. These works enable the expansion of key coastal land areas and adjoining waterways, and allow low-lying nations threatened by rising sea levels to increase the height of their land areas.See Projects
Our diverse fleet of cutter suction, backhoe and amphibious dredges enables us to take on large-scale port construction projects, including dredging channels, swing basins and berths.See Projects