Pacific Island Development

Pacific Island Development

To mitigate the impact of climate change, Hall Pacific is able to design and implement adaptation strategies that improve coastal resilience and reduce vulnerability amongst our Pacific Island neighbours.

Whether it’s building a new seawall and conducting land reclamation and coastal protection works in remote areas such as Tuvalu or Tokelau, undertaking flood mitigation dredging on a Fijian river, or dredging hard clay for a new port facility in Papua New Guinea, Hall Pacific is experienced in delivering dredging and climate change adaptation solutions in the Pacific Islands. Our comprehensive understanding of dredging and marine civil works and our fleet of first-rate equipment ensures we are well-equipped to perform in a variety of challenging and remote environments.


#Pacific Projects

Remote Wharf Construction

Donors and International Aid

Remote Wharf Construction

Construction of four wharves and widening of existing reef passages.

Nabouwalu Jetty

Government

Nabouwalu Jetty

Delivery of repair works to jetty including dredging and causeway repairs.

Marina and Resort Development

Urban Development

Marina and Resort Development

Construction of Marina and Integrated Resort

Tuvalu Borrow Pit Reclamation Project

Donors and International Aid

Tuvalu Borrow Pit Reclamation Project

Dredging sand to fill borrow pits and other site improvement works.

Lautoka Wharf

Ports & Harbours

Lautoka Wharf

Delivery of works to deepen the Wharf berth pocket and swing basin.

Port Denarau Approach Channel Deepening

Ports & Harbours

Port Denarau Approach Channel Deepening

Dredging of 500,000m3 from the approach channel for a popular tourist port.

South Paray Channel Dredging

Ports & Harbours

South Paray Channel Dredging

Improvement of navigational accessibility from the South Paray Wharf to Iririki Island.

Ba River Dredging

Government

Ba River Dredging

Dredging of Ba River as part of government flood mitigation program.