Marine Facilities

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Project Title / Client

Marine Oil Terminal Engineering/Maintenance Standard (MOTEMS)/Port of Los Angeles

This project involved seismic retrofit design for seven (7) liquid bulk facilities located within the Port of Los Angeles. IEM was responsible for preparing and monitoring the master schedule, overseeing the progress schedule, reviewing monthly updates from the consultants and reporting to the Port on a regular basis.

Pier 400 Container Terminal/Port of Los Angeles

Port of Los Angeles Pier 400 Container Wharf and Backlands Facility project consisted of construction of a 3200 feet long by 124 feet wide reinforced concrete wharf and 300 feet of adjacent asphalt paved backland area behind the wharf. The work included driving approximately 2000 precast concrete piles into an existing rock dike; construction of concrete wharf deck, crane rails; rock slope replacement; installation of storm drain, electrical, electrical and lighting, and water systems; ground improvement by installation of approximately 2000 stone columns; site mass and fine grading; placement of crushed miscellaneous base; and asphalt paving and stripping. IEM provided cost estimating and office engineering services for this project.

Middle Harbor Wharf Development/Port of Long Beach

As part of the Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project Phase 1, this project included construction of a 1,400 feet plus concrete wharf and associated utilities at Berths E25 to E27. Project included clam shell and hydraulic dredging of the wharf slope and berthing areas; Quarry Run and Armor Stone rock placement for Revetment construction; review of bathymetric survey data; land and water pile driving; rebar and concrete placement for the wharf deck; Container Crane rail placement and alignment; underground utility installation; final grading and paving. IEM provided inspection services for construction of this project.

Middle Harbor North Gate/Port of Long Beach

The work covered under the Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project, Pier E Terminal North Gate Redevelopment project included demolition of existing site facilities and utilities, constructing the new Middle Harbor Terminal's in-bound and out bound truck gates and structures, grading, paving, stripping, fencing, OCR building, and radiation portal monitors and support facilities. IEM provided construction management services for this project.

Pier T Container Terminal/Port of Long Beach

The 375 acre Pier T, Hanjin Shipping container terminal is a critical intersection of international commerce where containers are transferred between the various modes of transportation. The Project was split in two phases: the first phase was construction of a 3,700 feet concrete wharf, backland improvements, dredging, terminal roadways and rock revetment placement. The second phase included a 1,300 foot extension of the container wharf to create a fourth ship berth demolition of three concrete piers, backland and sea wall. IEM provided inspection and project control services for this project.

Pier G North Slip Dredging/Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach (POLB) in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) completed one of the deepest main channel projects in the USA. Multiple jurisdictions were involved, including the USACE, Port of Long Beach, and City of Long Beach. The $40M project provides additional navigation safety for super tankers drawing up to on the Port's oil terminals. Over 1.2 million cubic yards of sediments, including contaminated sediments, were dredged from five dredge sites from four individual projects to fill an active shipping slip. Material placement was orchestrated at the Pier G North Slip Fill site to minimize long-term consolidation and resulting impacts to the proposed 12-acre development. IEM provided inspection and document control services for this project.

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