top of page

Renovation of Lisbon Waterfront

Lisbon Tourism Association (ATL) inaugurates the renovation of waterfront next to the iconic Praça do Comércio in Lisbon.

Lindley is proud to have been selected for this project, the supply of the new nautical infrastructure at Praça do Comércio, one of the most emblematic locations on the Lisbon waterfront. Previously the location of the Kings palace, the area was rebuilt following the 1755 earthquake under the reconstruction plan laid out by the Marquês de Pombal who designed one of Lisbon’s most emblematic landmarks, Terreiro do Paço also named Praça do Comércio.

The Portuguese public entity ATL (Lisbon Tourism Association) has not allowed the COVID pandemic to alter its plans to improve the infrastructure of the Lisbon waterfront. The main objective of the 2021 investment project was to rehabilitate the waterfront at city centre, focused on the city’s relationship with the river, creating safe and easy access piers for tour boats whilst maintaining the aesthetics and charm of Lisbon’s historic riverside.

The first project located in front of Praça do Comércio is a 30m long landing pier for tourist boats, built using 6m wide concrete pontoon with timber deck accessed by a 20m long steel gangway moored on reinforced 20m radius arms.

The second project, few hundred meters upriver is at Doca da Marinha, a former navy basin now converted into a small harbour for tourist boats including a berthing area. This project involved the supply of concrete floating wave attenuators to ensure proper protection of the basin and the supply of steel pontoons moored on piles. The project will allow visitors to enjoy trips on the river, since the Doca da Marinha will receive the typical boats of the Tejo River. Both projects were equipped with light, electricity, and water pedestals as well as the required safety equipment.

Call: Cascais, Portugal +351 214 692 024

Call: Barcelona, Spain +34 933 601 101

Call: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil +55 21 3942 8828


Recent Posts
Search By Tags
No tags yet.
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square
bottom of page