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Update on the Port of Long Beach. Doug Thiessen, P.E. Managing Director of Engineering . ACEC LA January 15, 2014. Port of Long Beach Premier gateway for U.S-Asia trade, major Southern California economic engine. Who We Are. 3,500 acres of land 4,600 acres of water

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Update on the

Port of Long Beach

Doug Thiessen, P.E.

Managing Director of Engineering

ACEC LA

January 15, 2014

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Port of Long Beach

Premier gateway for U.S-Asia trade, major Southern California economic engine

who we are
Who We Are
  • 3,500 acres of land
  • 4,600 acres of water
  • 6 container terminals
  • 66 Ship-to-Shore cranes
  • 76-foot-deep main channel
  • 2nd busiest U.S. container cargo seaport
  • Part of the world’s 9th busiest port complex
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Diverse Cargo

3,500-acre Port moves cars, crude oil, petroleum coke, lumber and container cargoes.

big ship ready
Big Ship Ready

2013

18,000 TEU

2006

15,500 TEU

8,100 TEU

1997

1996

7,100 TEU

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Largest to Call North America

14,000-TEU MSC Corte Real came in October 2013 – too wide to pass through the expanded Panama Canal.

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Investing in the Future

Port has begun a $4 billion upgrade of facilities to stay competitive

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Current Major Programs

  • Pier G Redevelopment
  • Middle Harbor Redevelopment
  • Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement
  • On-and Near-Dock Rail
  • Shore-to-Ship Power
  • Fire Protection Program
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Middle Harbor

$1.2 billion facility will be one of the most technologically advanced terminals in the world.

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Middle Harbor

Phase 1 Currently Underway

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Phase 2

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase 1

Middle Harbor Redevelopment

305-acre facility under construction in two phases.

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Middle Harbor Redevelopment

  • Phase 1- $779.3 Million
    • 10 construction projects
    • Third-party utility improvements/relocations
  • Phase 2- $449.7 Million
    • 9 construction projects
    • Third-party utility improvements/relocations
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Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement

$1.3 billion cable-stay bridge; $650 million

design-build contract awarded to Shimmick,

FCC & Impregilo on July 2012.

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Pre-Construction

Preliminary engineering complete, two-thirds through Right-of-Way work.

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Future Opportunity

Demolition of Existing Bridge

on near dock rail improvements
On & Near Dock Rail Improvements

Pier B

On-Dock Rail Support Facility*

Ocean Blvd. Track Realignment

Pier G South

Rail Yard*

Middle Harbor On-Dock Rail

*Future project

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Shore Power Projects

  • Port is reducing air quality impacts through the Clean Air Action Plan. The state has enacted a regulation requiring shore power in 2014.
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Major Effort

  • Simultaneous construction at all container terminals and 12 berths
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Fire-Protection Program

  • New Fireboats for Station 15 & 20
  • Fireboat Station 15 Replacement Project
  • Fireboat Station 20 Replacement Project
  • (Site Selection Underway)
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Upcoming Consultant Opportunities

  • Construction Management Division:
    • CM Services – Pier G Redevelopment (under evaluation)
    • On-Call, Inspection & Material Testing (under evaluation)
    • As-Needed Hydrographic Services
    • (under evaluation)
    • CM Services – New Fire Stations, 2014
    • On-Call Construction Mgmt. Services, 2014
  • Other Engineering Divisions:
    • On-Call Cost Estimating Services, 2014
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Upcoming Contractor Opportunities

(Next 12 months)

  • Pier C, Upgrade of Water Facilities, 2013
  • Berths F209 Chemoil Facility Improvements, 2013
  • NRG Facilities Relocation/Demolition, 2013
  • Harbor Scenic Water Valve Replacement, 2013
  • Pier F, Cut-off Wall & Pavement Rehab., 2013
  • Edison Avenue Street Improvement, 2014
  • Pier J, Bike & Pedestrian Path, 2014
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The Future is Big

We face big challenges, but we see big opportunities that will bring a promising future to the Port of Long Beach

staying connected
Staying connected

www.polb.com

www.facebook.com/PortofLB

http://twitter.com/portoflongbeach

http://www.youtube.com/portoflongbeach

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