Orion Marine Group's wholly owned subsidiary, Misener Marine Construction, was recently awarded a contract by the US Navy to design and build a replacement facility for Wharf Charlie at Naval Station Mayport in the Jacksonville, Florida area.
The project includes the design and build of approximately 800 linear feet of new steel sheet pile bulkhead in front of the existing bulkhead along with a 64 feet wide by 600 feet long second deck structure consisting of concrete slabs, beams, and columns over deep pile foundations.
The project also includes the removal and replacement of existing paving, fender system, utilities services which include high-mast lighting fixtures, new concrete utility igloos, piping, and wiring along with a new sacrificial anode cathodic protection system for the steel sheet piles and underground utility piping.
Jim Rose, executive vice president of Atlantic and Caribbean, at Orion Marine Group, said: “This is a significant project to upgrade and modernize the wharf facility at Naval Station Mayport. This project highlights our capabilities and flexibility to work a variety of projects in our market areas.”
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