Face ao período que atravessamos, e com o objectivo de minimizar quaisquer riscos relativos ao COVID-19, a CONSULMAR decidiu implementar um Plano de Contingência que permitirá manter a operação e continuar a disponibilizar os nossos serviços da forma habitual. A nossa equipa continuará a trabalhar, preferencialmente e maioritariamente a partir de casa, mantendo-se o escritório operacional.

Agradecemos a compreensão a estas alterações, confiantes que conjuntamente com os nossos stakeholders iremos assegurar a continuidade de todas as nossas actividades.

News

  • SOYO NAVAL BASE (ANGOLA) IN CONSTRUCTION WORKS

    (Apr. 2021) The Naval Base of Soyo, Zaire Province, located in an area of ​​great geostrategic importance – the Congo River basin, is undergoing requalification construction works. The contract was awarded to the Mota-Engil Group by the Ministry of Defense of Angola, with financing guaranteed by the Portuguese State, and is expected to be completed by the end of 2021. […]

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  • ORIENTE WATERFRONT PARK: CONSULMAR IN ONE OF THE ROSA BARBA PRIZE FINALIST TEAMS

    (Jan. 2021) Oriente Waterfront Park is part of the Lisbon City Council strategy for 2020, which aims to promote “Biodiversity in the city of Lisbon”. This 4-hectare park, located on the east side of Lisbon, extends over 600 m on the bank of the Tagus River. The project, designed by the landscape architecture firm F | C, but involving a […]

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  • CONSULMAR RENEWING AGAIN THE SME LEADER STATUS

    (Oct. 2020) IAPMEI awarded CONSULMAR the status of SME Leader 2020. This distinction affirms CONSULMAR’s strong commitment to the engineering of maritime works and port infrastructures, which it intends to, continue to develop and elevate with the greatest endeavour. The SME Leader status, created by IAPMEI, in partnership with Tourism of Portugal, the Banks and Mutual Guarantee Societies, is intended […]

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  • PORTINHO DA ARRÁBIDA – CREIRO BEACH ACCESS BENEFITS FROM BANK REVETMENT

    (Sep. 2020) In February 2018, severe sea weather conditions caused the partial destruction of the access that connects Portinho da Arrábida to Creiro beach, in Setúbal. Apart from having been made access to two houses and a restaurant impossible, also compromised emergency access that connects Portinho with Creiro. After the storm, remediation works were carried out but which do not […]

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