Jaigarh Port owned by JSW Jaigarh Port Limited (JSWJPL) is located on the west coast of India in Damankhol Bay, Jaigarh in Ratnagiri District, Maharashtra and is about 110 nautical miles south of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. JSW Jaigarh Port is the first deep water, 24/7 operational private port in Maharashtra, inaugurated in August 2009, JSW Jaigarh Port was built in a record time of 20 months. This greenfield, all-weather port occupies a strategic location on the west coast, as it is situated between the ports of Mumbai and Goa.

Currently, the port is fully operational with 7 berths having a cargo handling capacity of 50 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) as of 31 December 2022. JSW Jaigarh port aims to become one of the most modern and mechanized ports in India, benchmarked to international standards. The hinterland of the proposed LPG terminal is spread across parts of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Telangana, and Andhra Pradesh. JSW Jaigarh Port offers port-related services in a way that ensures enduring value to the customers, community, and environment. The port is in its expansion phase including construction of additional berths, extension of breakwater to 712m and deepening of Approach channel to (-) 19.3m CD, to allow Aframax, Very Large Gas Carriers to manoeuvre and berth.

Currently, based on the business requirement JSWJPL intends to develop a POL/Chemical Berth at JSW Jaigarh Port. Scope of Works includes tender level and detailed design of the proposed berth, approach trestle and a Pump house platform with pump house building.

Eka Infra’s scope of work included at a broad level the following activities:
Below listed structures are part of proposed Jaigarh liquid berth 6B

Broad details:

Proposed Berth 6B size is 305m X 27.5m (L X B) in plan. Berth 6B will be an unloading/loading berth to operate different vessel named, LPG, Crude oil, Edible oil, POL, Chemicals, Molasses, Bitumen etc. Vessel operation will be on both sides of berth simultaneously. Outer side of berth is named as creek side and inner side of berth is named seaside.

Around 280m long trestle is proposed to connect landfall point and berth. Approach trestle will be accommodating 4.25m road and all commodities pipes – pipe rack from landfall points to start of berth. Same will be continued till operational point on berth. This will be extended till end of berth in future.

A pumphouse platform of plan dimension 66m x 42.75m is proposed near end of trestle and near start of berth. Pumphouse platform will be accommodating a RC fire pumphouse building one side and tug berthing area other side. All pipes and hence pipe rack loop will be traversing behind the pumphouse building.

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