Part of the Albert Canal widening project, the work consisted of:
- the construction (on the left-hand bank) of a new 1150 m wall (water depth: 6 m) opposite the existing quay, retaining the existing sheet pile walls and part of the concrete superstructure. The dredging work (future deepening of the channel by ca. 2 m) was not part of the contract.
- The construction (on the right-hand bank) of a 920 m mooring wall (water depth: 5 m), including the demolition of the existing canal-bank protection and the execution of earthworks (involving dry and wet earth) between the existing elements and the new wall.
- The provision of temporary constructions upstream and downstream on both banks.
- The provision of the infrastructure necessary for the medium-term mooring of ships (waste containers, mains water, electricity, car-parking facilities, etc.).
- The road infrastructure. Refurbishment of the existing towpath and ditches on the left-hand bank.
A new towpath on the right-hand bank, including the re-routing of the Albert Canal road.