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Ports, Harbors and Water Fronts

As today’s ports, harbors, and waterways prepare for tomorrow’s megaships, improvements and expansion of port infrastructure require informed strategies and careful planning for successful implementation. In a time of increasingly stringent land, security, regulatory, and environmental requirements, Parthenon provides clear solutions to help our clients navigate this complex world.


Our services span the entire project lifecycle from transaction and financial advisory, to feasibility and siting studies, through front end and detailed design, delivery, program and construction management, program consultancy services and integrated asset management.


Our understanding of complex port requirements for the commercial ports, mining and hydrocarbons industries enables us to undertake projects of any size and complexity, anywhere in the nation, and our customers know that they can call on the best available experts in Coastal and Ocean Engineering, Terminals and Intermodal to resolve their challenges. Our clients include state, and local governments, as well as the private sector.





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