QUANTUM Enviromarine

Experience that shows

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves, Quantum Engineering has been established in Toronto-Canada in 1990 by a team of professional engineers and top notch administration personnel and it has been registered by the Association of Professional Engineers Ontario and since then we offer our marine and manufacturing engineering service.

In 1996 we started our Egyptian branch in the Red Sea area to offer the following services:

Marine Engineering

The main objective of each item is different from one to another, but in the design procedure we apply almost the same roles and take the same following procedure.

  • Data collection of the site including the base line, oceanography of the area and the bathymetric map.
  • Conceptual design with respect to the environmental laws.
  • Engineering design, load, strength and stability for a certain life span.
  • Economical Engineering design studies the engineering design verses the economical alternatives.
  • Final design.
  • Implementing shop drawings.
  • Implementing material specification and bill of quantities.
  • Implementing method of execution.
  • Implementing environmental guide line.
  • Preparing tender books (if required).


Artificial Lagoon Design

These lagoons are meant to help the investors of costal projects with limited options for accessing the sea water for certain constrains such the long back reef, heavy current, and waves in the area or the project has no sea front.


The challenge in this design is always marinating the water quality at all the time. In order to have excellent water quality we have to have a water inlet source and outlet branch these can be natural or mechanical (using pumps) based on the lagoons location, shape, and depth.


The water quality modeling (two dimensions or three dimensions) plays the major role in the design; the following procedures will take place:


  • Defining the location.
  • Defining the shape, area, and volume of the lagoon.
  • Urban study.
  • Defining the water inlet and outlet.
  • Water quality modeling.
  • Implementing the method of execution
  • Implementing the environmental guideline with respect to the environmental laws.
Underwater Contracting

Dredging Works

Dredging is important to the conduct of maritime commerce worldwide. Dredging activities occur on inland waterways, within ports and harbors, on coastal areas, as well as in support of new construction projects.

Maintenance of navigational waterways depths is a continuous process in many ports and harbors, whose bottom contours are constantly changing due to silting near the mouth of rivers. As ships become larger and draft requirements (depth of the ship’s hull below the waterline) increase, ports may need to deepen their channels to allow for deeper ship drafts1, in order to remain competitive with other ports. In short, dredging is essentially the underwater removal of sand, soil or silt and its movement from one place to another, for purposes of deepening a channel or navigable waterway. Dredging often makes use of the removed material, for beach replenishment, land reclamation, or for fill in commercial or industrial projects.


Over the years, dredging has made a significant contribution to the development of many world economies. Construction and maintenance of harbors, canals, and waterways have all directly benefited from the dredging industry. Additionally, dredging is key in coastal protection, land reclamation, and environmental restoration projects.

In addition, there are many other applications which dredging is key. In many places, agriculture depends on irrigation and drainage with the use of canals. Dredging is often used for infrastructure projects such as road construction. Trenches for pipelines and cables and more are often aided with the assistance of dredging as well.

Aquaculture Farming

The cage aquaculture subsector has grown very rapidly during the past 20 years and is presently undergoing rapid changes in response to pressures from globalization and a growing global demand for aquatic products. Recent studies have predicted that fish consumption in developing and developed countries will increase by 57 percent and 4 percent, respectively. Rapid population growth, increasing affluence and urbanization in developing countries are leading to major changes in supply and demand for animal protein, from both livestock and fish. Within aquaculture production systems, there has been a move towards the clustering of existing cages as well as towards the development and use of more intensive cage-farming systems. In particular, the need for suitable sites has resulted in the cage aquaculture subsector accessing and expanding into new untapped open-water culture areas such as lakes, reservoirs, rivers and coastal brackish and marine offshore waters.

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