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. Gare Maritime (Ferry Terminal)

The construction of the Gare Maritime is an ENGECO project.
  • Structural work
  • Waterproofing
  • Marine structure
The Gare Maritime at Port Hercule in the Principality of Monaco currently handles cruise ships and boats of less than 250 metres in length or with a capacity of less than 1,250 passengers.
Project informations
Service des Travaux Publics de Monaco
Definitive development of the breakwater and counter jetty - Extension of the Port de la Condamine - Superstructures
A. BLANCHI - Government Certified Architect & N. LEBUNETEL- Associate Architect
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Initially, the project consisted of the development of the floating breakwater and its counter jetty, including:

  • Construction of the 310-metre Promenade and railings ;
  • The construction of two units, the small station for normal-sized units and the large maritime station for very large units ;
  • The fitting out of the interior premises.
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The upper structure of the Gare Maritime comprises a large concrete frame housing the vertical walkways linking all the terminal’s reception areas, the international customs offices, the public reception area, the technical rooms and the 3-storey car park located below the waterline of the breakwater and the upper promenade.

A large pergola shelters travellers and visitors, while the floating breakwater invites them to take a stroll.

In summary

-         Structural work – Demolition - Reconstruction

-         Masonry

-         Exterior flooring in limestone

-         Waterproofing

-         Restoration of façades

The project in pictures

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  • GM carrousel 2