Construction process of a breakwater wall

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2014, August.

“The wall which is being built a mile and a half off the coast of Victoria Island in Lagos has passed the half way stage and is being constructed to the highest standard of marine engineering available in the world today.

An international team of highly skilled coastal and marine engineers applied physical scale model tests and computer simulations in Europe to assess its stability under the pressure of extreme wave conditions.

The design is made up of 12 different layers of rock and concrete which form this massive barrier. It was proven that the wall can withstand the worst expected storms in a thousand years.”

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