Jetties can be found where docks are given sloping sides. Jetties are generally carried across the slope, at the ends of which vessels can lie in deep water. Pile work jetties are also constructed in the water outside the entrances to docks on each side, so as to form an enlarging trumpet-shaped channel between the entrance, lock or tidal basin and the approach channel, in order to guide vessels in entering or leaving the docks.
The range of tubes we provide is an important material that is needed for jetties. The tubes have both a structural and foundation function in a jetties’ structure. This type of construction is often used for oil and gas berthing facilities. The installation of such a berth facility has fewer execution uncertainties than quay walls but it cannot be applied for all types of berths.