BVI CRUISE PIER EXPANSION
Meridian was contracted by the Government of the Virgin Islands through the BVI Ports Authority to undertake the marine construction and dredging for the Cruise Pier Expansion project.
Using our engineered precast concrete dock systems in the construction of docks, marinas and bulkheads, we manufacture our own templates, precast piles, caps and slabs for a precision fit for any marine structure
Installation of Sewage Treatment Pump Station. Meridian was contracted by Biwater International to construct the pump station and install the pumps. This work was technically difficult as the pump station, located at a depth of 25’, is situated on reclaimed land and below the water table. Additionally the subsurface is running, waterlogged sand. This meant that no ordinary excavation could be conducted and required Meridian to devise a method to construct and install these 15-ft diameter, reinforced concrete tanks.
Meridian first in BVI to use Horizontal Directional Drilling
In May 2014, Meridian Construction was contracted by Biwater to assist with the installation of an 18”, high-density, polyethylene (HDPE) main sewage pipe that leads from the Road Town Pump Station to the tertiary sewage treatment plant at Burt Point, Tortola, BVI.
The Queen Mary 2 berthed, for the first time today, at the newly expanded cruise pier build by IDL-Meridian, the joint venture between IDL and Meridian Construction BVI. The 345-metre ship is no stranger to the Territory, but previously had to anchor in the open sea, while guests were ferried to Tortola.