M-Tech has combined their expertise with pontoon builder Livart Marine on a project Located in Fanateer Port Saudi Arabia, this old and run-down marina has been reshaped and transformed by Livart Marine and strategically located in Fanateer port. The project contains five gangways, 46 finger pontoons, with a capacity for more than 100 berths of various sizes.
M-Tech designed all the infrastructure layouts, including mains and sub-main electrical cabling, potable water and fire hydrant suppression systems. It is using the latest utility design software that is fully compliant with AS/NZS and BS (British Standards) that enables M-Tech to take the guesswork out of such projects and provide customised reports for both consultants and engineers.
M-Tech also designed and manufactured four shore isolation panels with ratings of 600 amps and above. Sterling marina service pedestals made from anodised 25 microns aluminium are installed to service the berths with IP67 socket outlets and quarter-turn water taps.
To service the Fire Hydrant System and SOS equipment, the Platinum 990 MX Pedestal stand throughout the marina for any eventuality. The red pedestals contain fire hose racks, 30 metres of lay-flat hoses and jet spray nozzles along with 9kg dry powder extinguishers, Solas approved lifebuoys and first aid kits.