Phil Crannell

PORTS & MARITIME GROUP INTERNATIONAL

Ports & Maritime Projects

South America & Caribbean

PUERTO RICO

Design Proposal

Terminal 3, San Juan, Puerto Rico


CURAÇAO

WILLEMSTAD, CURAÇAO
Cruise Port and Terminal Concept

Phil Crannell, Principal-in-Charge


Responsible for programming, design criteria, conceptual design, and design development. Project included master planning for new cruise passenger facility capable of supporting Super-Mega Cruise ships carrying up to 3,400 passengers. Facilities planned to be 60,000-70,000 SF including bus and taxi access and passenger gangway design.



GRAND CAYMAN ISLAND

GEORGE TOWN, GRAND CAYMAN ISLAND
Cruise Port Master Plan

Phil Crannell, Principal-in-Charge and Lead Planner

Authored feasibility study and master plan for 2 new finger piers. Included navigation and maneuvering studies plus environmental impact assessment and dredging studies. Final design provided berths for 2 Panamax and 2 ultra class cruise ships.


HONDURAS


MAHOGANY BAY, ROATAN, HONDURAS
Cruise Port Master

Phil Crannell, Principal-in-Charge and Lead Planner


Managed team conducted navigational and berthing assessments for proposed dual berth wharfs in a remote sheltered bay adjacent to a Greenfield Roatan Island site. Final product was master development plan for maritime facility capable of simultaneously accommodating one ultra class and one Panamax class cruise ship.







BRAZIL


SANTOS, BRAZIL
Cruise Port Master Plan

Phil Crannell, Principal-in-Charge


Master planning and conceptual design for conversion of out of date Ice Warehouse into new 5,000 sm Home Port cruise terminal. Design included options for cruise terminal to be used as Port of Call terminal. Design also included solutions to include provisions to accommodate vessel logistical needs and a transportation center on the landside of the terminal.Client: Port of Santos Port Authority



MANAUS, BRAZIL

Cruise Port Redevelopment Plan


Phil Crannell, Principal-in-Charge


Feasibility study relating to adequacy of port's unique floating pier and access trestle to accommodate ultra class cruise ships and their logistical requirements. Landside studies reviewed options to expand passenger terminal and its transportation hub to handle up to 3000 passengers in Port of Call role.


Program manager (in Partnership with Marinas do Brasil Consultoria & Associados) for a 36,600 sm port revitalization program including the restoration of a 16th century historical warehouse built by French settlers during the rubber boom. The warehouse was converted into a 1,500 sm cruise terminal renovated with sustainable materials. A movie theater and an underground pedestrian passageway were part of the project as well the addition of a 1,000 LF of a highly complex floating dock in the Amazon River designed to adapt to a 30 meter water tide during rain season.



COASTAL BRAZIL
General Port Assessment

Phil Crannell, Principal-in-Charge and Lead Planner

Evaluated geographically ideal ports to assess ability to accommodate latest generation of ultra mega cruise ships. Assessments included port management structure and control, vessel capacity of berths, adequacy of navigational aids and access channel. Reviews included status of capital improvement programs and potential for upland expansion. Findings presented to cruise industry leaders as data sets to prioritize Brazilian expansion programs.


Ports included:

ISLA BELLA-SAN SEBASTIÁN PIER     ISLA GRANDE- ANGRA     ÍLEOS     SALVADOR     MACEO     BUZIOS   SANTOS     RIO
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