Marine, Waterfront & Port Projects

    Repair Pier 5000 Potable Water Pipe, NB Point Loma, San Diego CA

    • Location: Point Loma, San Diego CA
    • Agency: NAVFAC Southwest
    • Project Value: $1,636,900.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction was awarded The Repair Pier 5000 Potable Water Pipe project. The work includes all material, labor, supervision, and equipment for construction of Pier 5000 potable water lines, including: demolition, potable water replacement and miscellaneous metal fabrications.

     

    Pier E North Gate, POLB

    • Location: Long Beach, CA
    • Agency: Port of Long Beach
    • Project Value: $24,041,730.00

    Project Description

    The Work required by this Contract included but was not necessarily limited to:  Demolition of existing improvements; including recycling of existing asphalt, concrete, cement treated base and crushed miscellaneous base, mass grading of the site, demolition of existing utilizes, asbestos pipe abatement, construction of a new storm drain, sewer and water utility infrastructure, installation of cement treated base, class 2 base, asphalt paving and PCC paving,  design and construction of two sheet pile shoring systems (35’ and 45’ deep) which facilitated the construction of two sewer lift stations, installation of new electrical and communication systems, Installation of High Mast Lightpole area lighting, striping, signage, construction of two (2) pre-engineered metal OCR Buildings complete with sprinkler and fire alarm protection systems, installation of fencing and K-rail, gate arms, traffic signals, traffic loops, miscellaneous concrete pedestals and other concrete structures, construction of twelve (12) truck scales, installation of Radiation Portal Monitors (RPM) and a Customs and Border Protection booth.

    Berth 100 Wharf Construction

    • Location: San Pedro, CA
    • Agency: Port of Los Angeles
    • Project Value: $27,980,181.00

    Project Description

    The Project scope included the construction of a reinforced concrete container wharf and backland development. The existing wharf was extended 383 feet in length by 120 feet in width and approximately 17 acres of backlands was developed for the China Shipping Line terminal. The work activities included demolition of the existing Catalina Express Cruise Terminal including asbestos and lead abatement; removal of existing waterborne marine structures; installation of underwater wick drains; furnishing and installing 114,000 TN of 12-inch minus rock containment dike material and 11,000 TN of A-250 armor stone; earthwork consisting of enclosing an engineered fill with surcharge dredge material; geotechnical monitoring; furnishing and driving 219 (each), 24-inch x 140’ long octagonal precast concrete piles;  furnish and install  24 (each) large (18 TN)  precast wharf/bridge girders; construct concrete wharf deck and appurtenances; furnish and install marine berthing fenders, and; furnish and install crane rails for wharf container cranes.   Over 16,000 CY of PCC paving storm drain system with storm separator unit, sewer system, water/ fire system, and electrical system with alternative maritime power (AMP) were also included.

    LA Downtown Watercut

    • Location: San Pedro, CA
    • Agency: Port of Los Angeles
    • Project Value: $12,200,404.00

    Project Description

    The Project Type is a marine construction project and the scope included the demolition of an existing landside and waterside structures (buildings, parking lot, foundations, waterside piles), soil excavation and dredging, jet grouting, removal existing utilities, install new utilities, construction of a king/sheet steel pile wall system, extension of the Berth 85 tugboat timber wharf including driving new piles, and the construction of a concrete pile cap.

    Sausalito Yacht Harbor Bulkhead Replacement

    • Location: Sausalito, CA
    • Agency: City of Sausalito
    • Project Value: $4,647,349.71

    Project Description

    This project replaced a 50 year old timber bulkhead with a concrete sheet pile wall located in an active boatyard. The scope of work included a test pile program, install guide piles, install floats, removal and replacement of approximately 800 ft of boardwalk with handrail, replacement of a damage travel lift crane slab, furnishing and installing 800 feet of concrete sheet pile (individual sheet pile was 4 ft. wide, 14 inches thick and varied in length from 39 ft. to 60 ft.), install tie back system to new bulkhead wall, replacement of electrical service, storm drain system, water and fire service. The concrete sheet piles were cast off-site (Kie Con Inc.) and were transported to the job where they were installed using a vibratory hammer with a Manitowoc 4000w crane.   For placement control / spotting of the sheetpiles, RCI utilized a project specific built pile template (structural steel).

    Mission Bay Boat Launching Facilities

    • Location: San Diego, CA
    • Agency: City of San Diego
    • Project Value: $3,322,000.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction, Inc. constructed four (4) boat launching facilities in MissionBay at the following locations: (1) DanaBasin, (2) De Anza Cover, (3) Santa Clara Point, and (4) SkiBeach. The scope of work for these facilities included: demolition and removal of existing ramp, facilities and pavement; furnish and install guide piling for floating docks; furnish and install floating docks; repair and upgrade appurtenances; furnish and install aluminum gangways to meet ADA requirements; build platforms and ramps; and miscellaneous site work.

    Port of Los Angeles Channel Deepening

    • Location: Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the Port of Los Angeles
    • Project Value: $30,785,704.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction Inc.'s work involved the removal of approximately 2.5 million cubic yards of surcharge material from Pier 400 which was loaded onto barges for offshore disposal; removal and replacement of 800,000 cubic yards of unsuitable material to an elevation of 10ft. below final grade (approx. +4 MLLW); removal of approximately 750,000 cubic yards of surcharge material from Pier 300, loaded to barges for disposal at a submerged storage site; furnish and install 18in. storm drain system and furnish and install 108in. storm drain system; construction of berm at the Anchorage Road Dredge Material Disposal Site to increase unsuitable dredge material storage capacity; placement of approximately 300,000 tons of 3in. minus gravel drainage blanket at Berth 100; placement of approximately 150,000 tons of crushed aggregate base @ Pier 300. Reyes Construction, Inc.'s scope also included the Cabrillo Beach Sand Replacement.

    USCG Misc. Facility Improvements, Ballast Point

    • Location: San Diego, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Coast Guard
    • Project Value: $96,400.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction executed site improvements to facilities at USCG Ballast Point Moorings in San Diego, CA, in support of newly arriving CGC Sea Otter. Improvements included the construction of a pre-engineered mezzanine, installation of caps, repainting of lead walls, painting of existing walls and mezzanine, etc.

    Repair of Pier 4 San Diego Naval Base

    • Location: San Diego Naval Base, San Diego, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Navy
    • Project Value: $12,837,551.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction provided the removal of portions of the concrete deck, concrete repair of existing pile caps and piles, removal and reinstallation of mechanical and electrical utilities including electrical transformers, placement of concrete deck.

    MCRD Marina Boat Dock Expansion

    • Location: San Diego, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    • Project Value: $661,011.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction was originally awarded a contract to provide an environmental survey for the marine expansion of the boat dock facilities at MCRD, San Diego. The contract was modified to include the construction of the marina expansion, fishing pier, dock, platform and the maintenance (replacement of piles and timber dolphins). The floating dock was extended to include 36 new slips, lighting systems, electrical and plumbing work. At the existing boat dock, two (2) piles and four (4) timber dolphin piles with pre-cast concrete piles were removed and replaced. A 30' x 30' independent fishing pier/dock/platform was constructed with and access ramp, night lighting, washing facilities, electrical and plumbing work.

    Ventura Breakwater Groin Repair

    • Location: Ventura Harbor, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    • Project Value: $1,118,633.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction repaired the damaged portions of the Ventura Harbor breakwater caused by storm-generated flowing currents and high waves. The project included the removal and resetting of existing capstone on the north and south sides, seaward side (head) and the crest of the breakwater. The project required that 6,000 tons of stone be loaded on floating barges located in the Pebbly Beach Quarry near Avalon on Santa Catalina Island.

    Maintenance Dredge Support, Oceanside, CA

    • Location: Oceanside, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Client)/Manson Construction (Prime)
    • Project Value: $182,931.00

    Project Description

    Manson Construction Co. was required to remove (via hydraulic dredge) approximately 200,000 cubic yards of sand from the entrance channel of Oceanside Harbor and place the sand on the beach. Because of prevailing ocean current in the Oceanside area, sand drifts into the entrance channel. The current and waves also erode sand from the beach in front of houses to the south of the harbor. The purpose of this project was to maintain a sufficient depth in the navigation channel into Oceanside Harbor, and also to restore an adequate strip beach in front of the houses south of the harbor. Reyes Construction, Inc. provided all of the land based labor and equipment for installing discharge pipe on the beach to transport sand from the entrance of the harbor to south of the pier. Reyes Construction also performed fill placement operations 24 hours per day and 6 - 7 days per week.

    Maintenance Dredge Support, Channel Island, CA

    • Location: Channel Islands, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Client)/Manson Construction (Prime)
    • Project Value: $554,214.00

    Project Description

    Manson Construction Co. was required to remove (via hydraulic dredge) approximately 300,000 CY of sand from the entrance channel of Channel Islands Harbor and place the sand on the beach. Because of prevailing ocean current in the Channel Islands Harbor area, sand drifted into the entrance channel. The current and waves also erode sand from the beach in front of houses near the harbor. The purpose of this project was to maintain a sufficient depth in the navigation channel into Channel Islands Harbor, and also to restore an adequate strip beach in front of the houses south of the harbor. Reyes Construction, Inc. provided all of the land based labor and equipment for installing discharge pipe on the beach to transport sand from the entrance of the harbor south of the pier. Reyes Construction, Inc. also performed fill placement operations 24-hours per day and 6 - 7 days per week.

    Storm Erosion Repair

    • Location: Point Loma, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Navy
    • Project Value: $2,920,000.00

    Project Description

    This project consisted of repairing previous damage and mitigating future erosion at 16 sites eroded by lack of drainage, landscape cover, or fault-line movement. Work included the repairs to roads and parking lots, repairing and replacing concrete swales, repairing hillside erosion, constructing new retaining walls and providing new landscaping. RCI made a full-depth replacement of parking lots, including the removal of saturated soil and replacement with Class II base. The parking lots were re-graded to divert water from ponding via trench drains. Additional asphalt curbs were installed on the north and west sides of the facilities to prevent water from migrating underneath the buildings. RCI provided AC-milling, repaving, retaining walls, landslide slope repairs, re-vegetation and hydro-seeding, utility expansion loops, drainage boxes and pipe, and new v-ditches as solutions to mitigate further erosion.

    Former Navy Pier Rehabilitation

    • Location: San Diego, CA
    • Agency: Port of San Diego
    • Project Value: $12,679,162.00

    Project Description

    This project was awarded to Reyes Construction, Inc. for the rehabilitation of the Former Navy Pier in San Diego, a pier which was originally constructed in 1913. The project requires four (4) major areas of repair: 1) jet grouting beneath the mole retaining wall; 2) repair of the underdeck concrete; 3) repair of the concrete deck edge; and 4) upgrade of the concrete deck with a structural overlay. Construction tasks include, but are not limited to: excavation, concrete placement, jet grouting, resurfaced pavement installation, demolition of 2,000 LF of pier edge, placement of cast-in-place concrete, drainage structures, 100,000 SF of new concrete overlay, reinforcing steel, 1,500 LF of trench drain, pile cleaning, removal of unsound concrete, pile base excavation, forming, encasement concrete and other incidental work such as modification of utility services, installation of new mooring hardware, removal of abandoned utility lines, and pavement markings.

    Navigational Aids & Lighting (Utility Pier)

    • Location: Point Mugu, Naval Base Ventura County
    • Agency: U.S. Navy / Subcontractor to Stronghold Engineering, Inc.
    • Project Value: $1,200,000.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction, Inc. repaired an open-ocean pier by demolishing and disposing of the existing superstructure; extracting and disposing of 18 existing timber creosote treated bearing piles supporting the existing superstructure; demolishing and disposing of existing 30-ton concrete strobe light platforms; extracting and disposing of six (6) concrete-encased steel bearing piles supporting the existing strobe light platforms; fully designing (in conjunction with Moffatt & Nichol-Blaylock) the replacement pier; furnishing and installing 16 bearing piles, additional pin piles and the new pier superstructure including navigation light platforms at 100-foot intervals.

    Sector San Francisco Shoreline Stabilization

    • Location: San Francisco, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Unites States Coast Guard
    • Project Value: $2,140,000.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction provided the resources necessary to perform the Shoreline Stabilization at the USCG Sector San Francisco facility. Scope of work included: preparing the surface of riprap and re-grading, removing existing crest curb and abandoned wall. Installation of concrete crest curb. Landscaping, demolition, and installation of retaining walls on both side of a Floating Dock Walkway. Temporary relocation of fuel station while re-pouring new concrete pad. Re-facing existing rubble seawall in area of gangway with a concrete overlay, and installation of grout filled fabric mattresses at toe of existing riprap slope.

    Pier 400 Site Improvements (L.A. Harbor)

    • Location: Terminal Island, Los Angeles Harbor
    • Agency: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    • Project Value: $11,910,522.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction's work consisted of relocating 5 million cubic yards of Pier 400 Surcharge material; removal of unsuitable material below final grade and replacing with compacted suitable material; construction of temporary storm drainage system; dewatering and diversion and control of water; construction of miles of crushed aggregate base (CAB) access road; and construction of Least Tern Bird Sanctuary.

    Taney Pier Repairs

    • Location: Alamada, CA
    • Agency: U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Unites States Coast Guard
    • Project Value: $924,000.00

    Project Description

    Reyes Construction provided the resources necessary to perform waterfront demolition of the existing pier and installation of a new fixed pier, gangway, floating dock, and modular docking system at ISC Alameda. Scope of work included removal of the existing fixed pier, gangway, floating dock, and accompanying utilities. Installing a concrete floating dock system complete with 10 concrete filled 16" round fiberglass piles, fendering utilities, mooring hardware, lighting, steel pile cap and frame, and concrete footing to support a 5' x 50' prefabricated aluminum fixed pier with a fiberglass grated deck.

    NCMT Berth 24-10 Structural & Mooring Repairs, POSD

    • Location: Port of San Diego, San Diego CA
    • Agency: Port of San Diego
    • Project Value: $6,132,400

    Project Description

    Structural rehabilitation of the reinforced concrete marginal wharf and mooring repairs at Berth 24-10. Work will consist of removing the ac pavement and constructing a new concrete CIP deck over existing concrete deck driving pipe pile over 59 (49) existing pre-stressed concrete piles placing 3 (20) jackets on existing concrete piles demolishing and replacing cap/edge beam replacing existing 50-ton double bitts and cleats with new 100-ton bollards replacing fenders and ladders replacing 750 LF of potable water lines pits risers and vaults; replacing existing electrical utilities and switch board electrical equipment and installing a stormwater treatment system.