(English) Maritime Infrastructures

ArcelorMittal’s hot rolled steel sheet pile sections have been used to build maritime infrastructures for over a hundred years. Through innovation and continuous improvement, combined walls such as the HZ®-M system, Z and U-type sections, or AS500 flat sheet piles form one of the most advanced solutions for constructing or deepening port and other maritime structures.

Based on long-term experience, steel structures in a marine environment can be designed for a service life of 50years and more. Besides, ArcelorMittal developed a special steel grade that is more resistant to corrosion in seawater: AMLoCor®.

Typical marine structures are
  • quay walls (wharfs),
  • jetties,
  • breakwaters,
  • dry-docks,
  • dolphins,
  • seawalls,
  • ....
Dernière modification : mars 1, 2019

(English) Quay walls

(English) Structures at which ships can berth for transshipment of goods or human beings.

(English) Breakwaters

(English) Provides protection from the direct action of the sea, enabling port activity in...


(English) Structure that usually projects from the land into the water that can be executed...

(English) Dolphins

(English) Used either as additional berthing/mooring elements in a harbour, or as a protection...

Épis côtiers

(English) Groynes protect the beaches from erosion due to the wave actions. The latest project...