Sacyr Somague will build the first two phases of the port of Nacala (Mozambique)
• The company, in a consortium with Texeira Duarte, has been awarded the port infrastructure contract, for a budget of 106 million euros and an implementation period of 36 months.
Sacyr Somague, through its subsidiary in Mozambique, has signed a contract to carry out construction work on the first two phases of the Port of Nacala development project, located in the east of the African country.
The project, which will be developed together with Teixeira Duarte, has a budget of 123 million dollars (around 106 million euros). The works are expected to last some 36 months.
The works consist mainly of the construction of a new 400-meter long reinforced concrete pier and the adjacent infrastructures. Among other actions, the floor coverings, dredging, and filling with dredged materials, construction of a new 1.1 km road section, as well as the basic infrastructures for energy and water supply will be built, the administrative support building and the rehabilitation of the container terminal.
Extensive presence in Mozambique
With this contract, Somague Sacyr strengthens its already long presence in Mozambique, which goes back to the execution of the Port of Beira in 1963. In the last 20 years, the company has developed important buildings and infrastructures. The Port of Nacala also represents a new impulse for the renewal of Sacyr Somague's projects portfolio which has grown significantly during this year.