Ports and coasts


The Ports and Coasts Division develops its activity across three main sectors: ports, the marine environment and coasts, working on diverse engineering and consultancy projects such as port planning and management, engineering in environmental studies and design and supervision. In relation to the marine environment, this division works on oceanography (physical and operational) the marine environment and its natural resources, environmental studies and environmental supervision of projects. Work has also included integrated management in coastal areas and coastal engineering.

INTECSA-INARSA offers its clients a wide range of services comprising pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, field and cabinet works, basic and detailed engineering, Project Management and Supervision.

Major clients:



  • Port authorities
  • Coastal managers
  • Environment Ministries
    • Chile
    • Spain
    • Gabon
    • Peru
  • Dragados Group
  • FCC Group
  • Isolux-Corsán
  • Construcciones Rubau
  • Soletanche
  • SNC-Lavalin
  • Acciona Energy
  • Cepsa
  • Endesa
  • Enagás
  • Noatum
  • TTI





  • Consultancy: Port Planning & Management and Terminals
  • Engineering: Environment Studies and Design & Supervision

Marine Environment

  • Oceanography: physical and operational.
  • Marine Environment: Natural resources, Environmental studies and Environmental works supervision


  • Integrated Coastal Zones Management (ICZM)
  • Coastal Engineering: Processes and Design & Supervision


Projects: 141

Projects supervised: 6

Technical Assistance: 24

Water projects and data analysis: 11



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