EAME has been featured again in the journal of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (March 2016) in relation to the ‘Rehabilitation of Iraq’s Deep Sea Ports’.
EAME has significant experience along the Khor Al-Zubair and has been working on the regeneration of Iraq’s port sector since 2012. EAME has conducted environmental risk assessments and ecological assessments of sites for the potential deposition of dredged material from the waterway. In conjunction with the proposed development of an oil terminal, the company was also instructed to carry out an Environmental Impact assessment (EIA) and long-term metocean study, as well as geotechnical and hydrogeological assessment of the proposed Basra International Oil and Gas Hub (BIOGH) located adjacent to the Khor Al-Zubair. When you also consider the long-term marine traffic survey of the Khor Al-Zubair and the installation of tide gauges’ that EAME was responsible for (installed on behalf of an International Oil Company), it is clear to see that EAME’s experience in the area is both extensive and highly specialised.
The Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES) is an international qualifying body dedicated to the regulation, education and training of surveyors working within civil engineering.ICES is now recognised as the leading chartered professional body for civil engineering surveyors. Further information on the Institution can be obtained from https://www.cices.org/