The rehabilitation of the Port of Pointe-Noire focused on the renovation and upgrading of the main infrastructure of the port and its adaptation to developments in containerized traffic, offering a draught of -15 m. Furthermore, the work included the construction of a protective berm, an extension of the external breakwater, the rehabilitation and extension of quays, and dredging work.
- Maintenance and deepening of the channel and turning basin to allow for larger vessels;
- Expanding the area for container storage and protecting the area with slope protection works;
- The installation of a breakwater to deflect the littoral current away from the entrance channel and to act as a sand trap, extending the dredging interval in the channel from 2 to 5 years;
- The installation and extension of additional quay length and the upgrade of the current container quay.