Design Information
Standard Sections
Marina Systems

As a subset of its civil/marine work, SCI specialises in the design and manufacture of floating marina systems incorporating precast concrete pontoons. The company has been involved in many floating pontoon projects over the past 23 years, during which time SCI has become an acknowledged leader in this area. It is a matter of record that the company was represented on the drafting committee of the recently published recommended practice, Performance Criteria for Concrete in Marine Environments published by the Concrete Institute of Australia.

SCI continually develops specialised concretes at the very high strength, high durability end of the concrete spectrum. The company has developed and is currently producing concrete components to meet a 100-year life cycle requirement for structures in a marine environment. This technology involves the use of specially selected raw materials together with state-of-the-art shrinkage minimisation techniques to ensure concrete durability.

Sample Project List
  • 43 berth boat harbour at Coffs Harbour for NSW PWD
  • 15 berth marina at Sylvania Waters Georges River
  • Recreational boating pontoon system for Eurobodalla Shire
  • Boat mooring facility for Manning River SES
  • Flotation breakwater and servicing pontoon system for Sydney Amateur Sailing Club Sydney Harbour
  • 50 berth marina facility for Gibson Marina Pittwater NSW
  • 16 berth marina facility for super yachts Pyrmont, Sydney harbour
  • Fixed wave wall and floating marina for Royal Australian Navy small ships at Garden Island Sydney Harbour
  • Numerous domestic flotation facilities in Pittwater and Sydney harbour

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