Port of Long Beach Middle Harbor Redevelopment Program, Phase 1
Long Beach        

Owner Port of Long Beach
Lead Designer Moffatt and Nichol
Construction Manager Arcadis U.S. Inc.
Contractors Manson/Connolly JV; Herzog/Reyes JV; W.E. O’Neil Construction
Civil Engineer POLB Engineering
Electrical Engineer P2S Engineering Inc.
Rail Design Parsons
Buildings Design AECOM

As part of the nine-year, $1.62-billion Port of Long Beach Middle Harbor Redevelopment Program, Arcadis provided full construction management services under a five-year, $31-million contract for Phase 1. Multiple upgrades include wider and deeper channels, wharf construction, backlands development, shore-to-ship power, expansion of on-dock railyard facilities and construction of a fully automated container terminal. Project highlights include a new 304-acre terminal and a new 4,200-ft concrete pile-supported wharf with three deepwater berths that support 18 shore-to-ship gantry cranes. The team was challenged to meet tenant-driven milestones amid a host of interrelated conditions, which included coordination of 10 prime contracts that were performed concurrently and within close proximity to one another. Some construction contracts had overlapping work areas.

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