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En-Sure archaeologists monitoring the extension and refurbishment of St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum

En-Sure has been entrusted with the archaeological monitoring required by the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage for the extension and refurbishment of St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum. En-Sure is monitoring the excavation works for the creation of a new tapestry hall on top of the ex-World War II buildings adjacent to Merchant Street. This new extension will house the renowned Flemish Tapestries and other Maltese treasures.

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En-Sure contributes to completion of Kappara Junction Project

En-Sure is proud to have contributed to the successful completion of the Kappara Junction Project that was recently inaugurated by Transport Malta. En-sure provided operational and environmental monitoring as well as health and safety services throughout most of the duration of the Project.

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Tritons Fountain Inaugurated – En-Sure responsible for Archaeological Monitoring

The Tritons Fountain was recently inaugurated after a lengthy restoration process in preparation for Valletta 2018. This project forms part of the embellishment and pedestrianisation of the Triton Fountain Square, and is part of the larger regeneration of the entrance to Valletta, itself a site of significant historic importance and a World Heritage City.
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En-Sure responsible for the health and safety aspects of the decommissioning and dismantling of the Delimara Power Station

En-Sure was engaged by General Smontaggi, the main contractor responsible for the decommissioning and dismantling works at the Delimara Power Station, to oversee the health and safety of the workers employed during this decommissioning Project.

The dismantling work, which started in September 2017, consists of the dismantling of the 150 metre chimney, two boilers, two turbines, several HFO pipelines and auxiliary installations. The dismantling process started with the removal of the lowermost part of the two steel pipes that connected the chimney to the boilers. The remaining metal pipes, ladders and platforms within the chimney’s structure will be lowered to ground level using strand jacks. These will be subsequently dismantled and broken into smaller pieces before being carted away off-site. Read more..

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National Ballast Water Management Strategy

En-Sure Ltd is leading a Consortium consisting of Adi Associates Environmental Consultants Ltd, E-Cubed Consultants Ltd and Ecoserv Ltd in the drawing up of a National Ballast Water Management Strategy in light of the Ballast Water Management Convention requirements for the Ministry of Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change (MESDC). Read more..

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En-Sure completes fuel terminal air monitoring project

En-Sure offers monitoring services to a wide variety of industrial sectors, including fuel terminals, power plants, manufacturing facilities, and waste management installations.  The services include air quality, noise and vibration monitoring, and compliance assessment during construction and operation.

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En-Sure archaeologists unearth ancient wall in Valletta Ditch

En-Sure’s archaeology team is responsible for monitoring all the works being undertaken in Valletta in connection with the development at the Triton Fountain. A critical part of En-Sure’s work is to constantly monitor all the works so that if any features of archaeological importance are discovered, works are stopped and the appropriate action is taken to record and, where relevant, preserve these features. Read more..

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Malta Carnival Experience gets Green Light

The Planning Authority (PA) recently approved the construction of the Malta Carnival Experience. This project, spearheaded by the Arts Council Malta, envisages the creation of a space in Marsa for the manufacture of carnival floats, costumes and masks, as well as being an attraction centre where visitors can appreciate the history of the carnival, view the floats being built, and interact with the float makers. Read more..

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Health and Safety Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) of demolition of existing buildings and construction of a grade separated junction at Kappara

En-Sure was engaged by Transport Malta to oversee the health and safety of the workers employed on the Kappara Roads Project. Read more..

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