Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has awarded Adelte the contract for the Passenger Access System (PAS) as part of the overall redevelopment project at Brodick Ferry Terminal.

Adelte will manage the design, fabrication, delivery and installation of the PAS and will work alongside Principal Contractor George Leslie Ltd and project manager CH2M.

Kevin Hobbs, CEO of CMAL said:

“We’re pleased to announce Adelte as the successful contractor. They have an experienced team, who have already designed and installed Passenger Access Systems at Ullapool and Stornoway harbours.  Adelte, CH2M and George Leslie will work together to ensure that the walkway provides a seamless link from the new terminal building to the ferry.”

The work forms part of our on going programme of harbour improvements to promote and facilitate modern harbour and ferry operations to enhance passenger experience around the Clyde and Hebrides ferry service.”

Jordi Floreta, Vice President and Managing Director of Adelte said:

“We’re pleased that we have been successful in our bid to supply and install the PAS on the new Brodick Ferry Terminal development, we look forward to working with CMAL, CH2M and George Leslie.”

Adelte will design and fabricate the PAS, ready for installation at Brodick in spring 2017, for commissioning in summer 2017 before the new ferry terminal is completed and handed over to CalMac Ferries Ltd in August 2017.


Media contact:
Anna Farley, Account Manager, Golley Slater Scotland
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Notes to editors:

  1. CMAL own property at piers and harbours at more than 26 locations throughout Scotland and is embarking on a programme of investment and improvements, which will create better facilities.
  2. In addition to its pier and harbour facilities, CMAL owns 31 ferries and lease one further ferry.  All 32 vessels are leased to CalMac Ferries Ltd for use on ferry services on the Clyde and Hebrides. In addition, three ferries are currently under construction.
  3. CMAL is a publicly owned company with Scottish Ministers as the sole shareholder.
  4. For more information about CMAL visit:

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