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Parsian Group sets a new world record in installation of floating concrete dock in Chiruyeh fishing port

posted Mar 10, 2012, 7:49 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated Apr 29, 2012, 10:13 PM ]

Chiruyeh, a small fishing village in the northern shore of Persian Gulf, now enjoys its brand new dfloating jetty in its new fishing harbor 150km west of Bandar Lengeh.

Parsian designed, constructed, and shipped the modular concrete pontoons and stainless steel components in fall of 2011, assembled the modules and installed the dock early this March in an astonishing world record of 7 hours.

Despite the storm and uneasy sea conditions, Parsian installation team successfully launched and secured 4x14 ton concrete pontoons and stainless steel truss arms and 50 feet gangway.

The 690 sq. feet floating concrete dock designed for loading and unloading fishing vessels of up to  65 feet is already a hotspot in the village and neighboring communities. In few hours after final safety examination and provisional take over, and just before fishing gears rush hour, local schools managed to receive the permission to lead a tour for kids whose innocent happiness and joy  blessed the port for decades to come.


Gangway and floating concrete deck, Chirouyeh, Hormozgan, Persian Gulf

50' Stainless steel gangway and a couple of stainless steel truss arms secure 64 ton floating concrete modules


80 feet berthing left for loading and unloading fishing and SAR vessels
80 feet of total berthing length for vessels up to 65' (20m)


Final inspection and examinations by project authorities
Final inspection and compliance verification

Provisional take over of floating concrete structures, Chirouyeh, Persian Gulf
Provisional Take Over of Floating Concrete Dock and Stainless Steel Components

Students and their teachers aboard the floating concrete deck
Kids and their teachers aboard the dock

Kids of Persian Gulf and their teachers aboard the floating concrete deck

Future fishermen of Persian Gulf inaugurate their new concrete pontoon deck
Future fishermen of Persian Gulf inaugurate their parents' new floating concrete dock

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This is the moment we love the most: To visualize the trust and passion we've brought to people of today and tomorrow


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