Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, HI
BRAVO 3 PIER REPAIR, Pearl Harbor, HI
The project included repairs to the pier superstructure, including reinforced concrete decking, beams, and pile caps, as well as repairs to the concrete-supporting piles, and concrete deck curbing. Work also included replacement of the deteriorated and damaged asphalt topping and repair of the depressed pier deck. The deteriorated and damaged timber pile fender system was replaced with a new concrete fender system, and mooring hardware was also replaced. The deteriorated eight-foot diameter floating fender was replaced with a ten-foot diameter pneumatic floating fender, and a new oil containment flotation device was installed alongside the pier. Asbestos and lead-based paint removal were required as part of the demolition and removal work.
Existing utility lines were removed and replaced to accomplish repairs to the pier structure. New work also included deck striping to indicate fire lanes, crane travel paths, and existing structural support locations for crane operations. The deteriorated frames, covers, manholes, and drains on the pier deck were replaced and correction of safety deficiencies, including installation of safety ladders and life rings, occurred. The existing deck drains were modified to prevent slab soffit spalling.
Electrical work included removal of two abandoned super-shore power mounds, repair of electrical conduits, replacement of existing fiber optic communication, telephone, and cable television (CATV) wiring and service connections, as well as replacement and installation of light fixtures.