Port of Redwood City, CA Marine Terminal Plan. Background and Need. BACKGROUND The Port of Redwood City plays a key role in Bay area Port infrastructure system Experiencing steady cargo growth, specifically related to dry bulk cargoes Nearly 2.0 Million tons per year handled in FY2005
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Wharves 3 and 4
Wharves 1 and 2
Objective: Review cargo data and Port physical layout to determine the best use for Wharves 1 and 2 within the framework of the overall Port.
Objective: Develop an efficient, cost effective and constructible Marine Terminal Plan that responds to the best current and projected use identified for Wharves 1 and 2.
Objective: Further expand the Phase 2 conceptual plans and cost estimate and provide a plan for moving forward with the redevelopment project.
ELEMENTS OF THE PLAN
Bay Fill Mitigation Strategy (Demolition & Construction)
Environmental Document Preparation:
Wharf Redevelopment Plan:
Site Redevelopment Plan:
DESIGN-BID-BUILD vs. DESIGN-BUILD:
OVERALL PROJECT SCHEDULE:
Time-line from the start of Environmental Documents to completion:
ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS and PERMITTING:
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?