Construction

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Project Profiles

    South Breakwater Repair (Morrow Bay)

    Owner: USACOE
    Date(s): July - November 2000
    Project scope: Furnish & place 9,200 tons of stone for breakwater repair.

    Morrow Bay Harbor South Breakwater Repair

    Owner: USACOE
    Date(s): June - October 2000
    Project scope: Furnish and install armor stone.

    Port Hueneme E & W Jetty Repair

    Owner: USACOE
    Date(s): June - September 2000
    Project scope: Furnish and install armor stone.     

    Pier J Breakwater at Berths J260-J270

    Owner: Port of Long Beach
    Date(s): March 1996 - April 1997
    Project scope: Construct 3,300 linear feet of breakwater; place 1,520,753 tons of stones.

    Ventura Harbor Emergency Dredging and Breakwater Repairs

    Owner: USA COE
    Date(s): March - April 1995
    Project scope: Repair breakwater, furnish and place 12,251 tons of A, B and C stone.

    THUMS Pier G Rubber Bumpers

    Owner: THUMS
    Date(s): May - July 2010
    Project scope: Replacement of rubber bumper guards at Pier G barge fender system.

    Berths 73 WXYZ/191 Wharf Rehabilitation

    Owner: Port of Los Angeles
    Date(s): December 2008 - June 2010
    Project scope: Rehab of timber wharves, replace, remove & repair damaged timber bearing and batter piles, perform pile wrapping & repair asphalt concrete.

    Pier G North Slip Wharf Demo

    Owner: Port of Long Beach
    Date(s): November 2009 - May 2010
    Project scope: Pier G, Berths G230-G236, North Slip Wharf demolition.

    Island Chaffee Barge Ramp Repairs

    Owner: THUMS
    Date(s): August 2009 April 2010
    Project scope: Install Chaffee barge ramp and replace fire lines.

    Seal Beach Deck Rehab

    Owner: City of Seal Beach
    Date(s): August 2008 - April 2009
    Project scope: Pier Deck Rehab, Phases I & II.