Replace Fuel Pier D Craney Island Fuel Terminal
This project was located at the US Navy Craney Island Fuel Terminal and administered by NAVFAC Mid-Altantic. This project was for the replacement of an existing 1,202-foot fuel pier with two 461-foot fuel piers and a center mooring dolphin.
Replacement of an existing 1,202-foot fuel pier with two 461-foot fuel piers and a center mooring dolphin. Piers are connected by a center mooring dolphin with precast double T beam catwalks. The project was phased to allow construction to take place without interrupting the customer’s ability to provide fuel service to the fleet. The new piers are supported by 36-inch diameter precast prestressed concrete cylinder piles, 24-inch square precast prestressed battered piles, precast pile caps, cast in place intermediate beams, precast fender panels, precast deck planks, and a 10” thick cast in place concrete topping slab. The project also includes the removal, storage, and reinstallation of 8 marine loading arms, and more than 9,000 linear feet of fuel delivery piping.
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