APS attended the event organized by the ICE - Institution of Civil Engineers in early September 2017. ICE Breakwaters, specialised in coastal infrastructures, occurs every two years and brings to light improvements and innovations in this domain.
The Paris-Bordeaux high speed line was inaugurated on 2 July 2017. Introduced in 1992, it took more than 25 years for this project to become a reality. APS took part in 2 crucial points of this new high speed line, firstly by providing an automated noise barrier precast plant to Bonna Sabla, then by providing sleeper moulds to Stradal.
After the armour unit automated plant success in Calais and La Réunion Island. APS signed its third contract to design and produce an automated Accropode II plant in Aberdeen, Scotland. The carousel should be built up by the end of 2017 and the armour unit production will start straight away.
In 2014, APS launched the first ever automated plant for the production of breakwater armour units; a project meant for the new coastal highway on Réunion Island, with an estimated production of 37,500 artificial blocks over a period of 4 years.
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