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Predicting the Future: Life Cycle Cost Modeling for Waterfront Facilities

Structural rehabilitation of maritime assets | Photo credit: Jacobs It is no secret that the operation of waterfront infrastructure requires substantial investment. Undertaking work along the waterfront is challenging due to the dynamic marine environment, the need for underwater repairs by divers, limited access, the age of existing structures, often harsh environmental conditions, and the need to minimize operational disruptions. ...

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SPONSORED CONTENT: Repurposing Existing Ports into Offshore Wind Farm Support Facilities

Most of the world has only begun to tap into the potential of offshore wind as an abundant energy source. Higher wind speeds, coupled with more consistency, make offshore wind a reliable – and ultimately affordable – source of power. Being located near major coastal population centers that have significant energy demands makes offshore wind a huge opportunity for sustainable ...

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