Nigeria – SENL – Eko Atlantic – City Development Project
2013 Eko Atlantic reclamation works with Commodore Channel
2013 Eko Atlantic East Mole revetment, approximate location of southern entrance
2013 Eko Atlantic East Mole revetment and head, seen from the Lagos West Mole
The Eko Atlantic City Development Project (www.ekoatlantic.com) is the seaward reclamation project along about 7 km of the coastline of Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. The Eko Atlantic scheme is provided with a canal system, serving both for drainage purposes as well as for marine navigation with crafts, yachts, and ferries. The Commodore Channel is the single entrance to the Lagos Port system and, as a consequence of this, the marine traffic in the channel is dense.
CDR Nigeria was requested to provide a hydraulic, nautical and navigational assessment on the impact and risk aspects related to the design of the Eko Atlantic canal connections to the Commodore Channel. Specific advisory documentation has been prepared related to the in- and outlet canal openings of Eko Atlantic, required for waterway transport in the Eko Atlantic City. GeSySo was requested to investigate geosynthetic options alternative to stone armor revetments and scour protection systems.