Port Germein jetty closed after Marine Assessment Report

Jun 3, 2021 | Coastal Engineering | 0 comments

The Port Germein Jetty has been partially closed after Magryn Engineers found significant deterioration in underwater pylons. In response, the District of Mount Remarkable Council has closed the last 130 metres of the jetty for the safety of the public.

 Magryn & Associates marine assessment uncovered and reported that many pylons and cross timbers showed section loss, failed bracings, and severe splitting and rotting. Magryn & Associates estimated the jetty repair works to cost $2.5 million.

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