Port of Long Beach Pier G Redevelopment
The Pier G Redevelopment Program, a multi-year effort to consolidate and modernize the entire terminal with more efficient, environmentally friendly truck gates, rail facilities, and berths. The Port’s capital improvements included environmental infrastructure to improve air and water quality, clean soil and underwater sediment, protect wildlife, and create a sustainable Port. The capital projects improve the efficiency of the Port’s shipping facilities.
Pier G, North Slip Fill Development Project included demolition and installation of water systems, electrical and communication systems, demolition and removal of existing “Roadability” (road readiness) Building/Canopy, (1) 12kV electrical substation installation, high mast light pole demolition & installation, import and placement of asphalt concrete pavement, and various other civil improvements.
CPM Partners provided Construction Management support services including on-site CM support, estimating and scheduling services, schedule analysis, schedule review, time impact analysis and contract compliance reviews.
Owner: Port of Long Beach
Location: Long Beach, CA
Cost: $24 M
Dates: Jan 2013 – Nov 2014