Replaced inadequate mooring bollard to meet the growing needs of an updated and more frequent cargo ships docking at Pier G, as well as a new light pole for safety. The Scope of Work included temporary traffic control, demolition of 8” thick existing asphalt pavement, export of surplus material, stockpile and testing, import and compaction of class II base. Additional work included electrical, slurry to encase new electrical conduits, extensive rebar installation for new mooring bollard footing, pile driving of five (5) 24” x 66’ concrete piles and 30 cubic yard pile cap to support new mooring bollard, new concrete footing and curb, new asphalt, 100-Ton mooring bollard, weld-in-place safety rail, k-rail, and light pole. Coordination was needed daily between three facility customers, bottom dump trucks accessing the construction site and ships docking for loading. Because this site was at the very end of the pier, strict environmental precautions were taken as to mitigate any impact on the harbor.
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