Definitive Geotechnical Work Unveils Bumper Edition

Dulce Simoes Dredging, Excavation, Jet Grouting, Lateral Support, Marine Works, News, Piling, Pipe Jacking, Soil Improvement

Reflecting the rich history of the Franki legend, the Fifth Edition of the widely acknowledged “Blue Book” on geotechnical engineering incorporates elements of its holding company, the Keller Group, and many of Keller’s state of the art ground improvement and grouting technologies. The book, entitled A Guide to Practical Geotechnical Engineering in Africa was officially launched by Keller’s Professor Michal …

FRANKI DEMONSTRATES ITS MARINE EXPERTISE YET AGAIN – DORMAC

Dulce Simoes Jet Grouting, Marine Works, Piling

Franki Africa (Franki), part of the Keller group, has developed a reputation throughout Africa for its innovative and cost-effective solutions for geotechnical work in the marine environment.   One such project was the recently completed construction of a 175m-long quay wall with a draft of -12.3m CD  for marine engineering company Dormac’s new floating dock at their marine works facility at …

FRANKI SHOWS ITS MARINE EXPERTISE

Dulce Simoes Dredging, Excavation, Jet Grouting, Marine Works, Piling

Geotechnical work in the marine environment demands creative solutions to complex challenges. That’s the nature of the game and there is no one better at it than Franki Africa, which has developed a reputation throughout Africa for its innovative and cost-effective solutions. It is interesting that in both the below marine projects, one of the common themes is great teamwork …

FRANKI SHINES ON PE JETTIES

Dulce Simoes Marine Works, Piling

Geotechnical work often demands creative solutions to complex challenges. That’s the nature of the game and there is no one better at it than Franki Africa, which has developed a reputation throughout Africa for its innovative and cost effective solutions in a host of vastly divergent geological conditions. The Transnet National Ports Authority’s (TNPA) P.E. Jetties contract is one such …

ADA COASTAL PROTECTION WORKS – PHASE 2

Dulce Simoes Marine Works

It is believed that since the construction of the Akosombo Dam in 1963, coastlines near the Volta River mouth have eroded at an estimated rate of 6m / year. Subsequently and tragically, countless families and many villages have been displaced as their homes got swallowed by the unforgiving Atlantic Ocean. To minimize beach erosion and promote beach regeneration, the construction …