Naval Base San Diego, CA
P-700A BERTHING WHARF, PHASE 2; San Diego, CA
The Navy needed to expand its existing berthing capability for homeported CVNs, and the project provided a new wharf that would allow for maintenance on the vessels. The key components of the project included:
- Construction of the new 1,400-linear-foot concrete wharf supported by a combination of steel and concrete piles.
- Installation of new utility systems on the wharf, including steam/condensate, JP-5 fuel, oily waste, sewer, salt water, fresh water, storm drain, telephone, and electrical.
- Extension of portal crane system from adjacent CVN berthing wharf.
- Construction of a new 25,000-square-foot CVN warehouse and a 2,500-square-foot pre-engineered laydown building.
- Construction of a rock dike, comprised of 85,000 cubic yards of quarry run material, or the equivalent of 140,000 tons of rock and over 40,000 cubic yards of sand.
- Construction of fish habitats made of recycled concrete debris from project demolition of existing Pier J/K located in project footprint.