The base bid of this project consisted of the demolition of 902 LF of the existing timber pier destroyed during Hurricane Harvey. The pier was constructed of 9’ x 50’ timber T-Head. The next phase included the installation of 910 LF of new treated timber pier built of treated timber pile, cap, stringers, decking, and stainless steel connections.
The scope of work for this project consisted of removing and replacing existing breasting dolphin structures with new 48” breasting dolphins at the ammonia dock and structural repairs to the west dock.
The MODA Midstream Berth 4 & 5 Modifications Project consisted of procuring and installing 20 EA monopiles that serve as new Mooring Dolphins & Breasting dolphins that allow the client to take on large shipping vessels, as well as 2 loading arm platforms that align with the new breasting line.
The MODA Midstream Berth 2A Modifications Project consisted of procuring and installing six monopiles that will serve as new Mooring & Breasting Dolphins that will allow the client to take on large shipping vessels, as well as a loading arm platform that aligns with the reinstated breasting line. The client requested that the berth modifications substantial completion milestone be reached in a single mobilization over a 45 day duration.
The scope of work for TXDOT consists of the removal of the original (1931) SH 35 bridge over Copano Bay, Texas. The 1931 SH 35 bridge over Copano Bay was converted to a recreational fishing pier in the 1960s. In 2017, Hurricane Harvey damaged the old bridge/fishing pier beyond repair and it was condemned. Russell Marine’s contract with TXDOT was to remove the remaining 457 spans of the old bridge, remove the two bait shacks at either end of the old bridge/fishing pier and dispose of all materials.
The scope of work for TxDOT Port Aransas Ferry Pilings and Repair Project consist of removing 28 EA pile clusters consisting of 45’- 90’ composite piling and installing 9 EA 110’, 5 EA 80’, 2 EA 60’ and 12 EA 45’ composite piling for new pile clusters. These clusters are secured by ¾” steel cable and 1” thru rods and protected by ¾” x 10’ long steel cylinders.
The LBC San Jacinto Maritime College Dock project consisted of the following scope of work: Installation of 151 LF of sheet pile bulkhead that was tied into an existing bulkhead wall. Installation of a sheet pile tie back wall in addition to a whaler and tie rod system, Installation of a barge fender system consisting of 2 48” x 55’ pipe piles with 180 degree wrap fenders and 2 8’ floating fenders.
The scope of work for the Phillips 66 Balance of Marine Work Project consisted of the fabrication and installation of a 36” steel pipe pile supported steel dock structure weighing approximately 300 Tons. Four (4) vessel-breasting 84” steel pipe pile supported concrete structures were installed with powered quick-release hooks.
The scope of work for Magellan Galena Park Ship Dock 2 Connector Wall consisted of installing 260 LF of HZ combi-wall with 60” x 100’ pipe piles, 80’ sheet piles and full length cap plates with drains. The required backfill of sand and rock between new wall and existing wall all had to be installed by water with no access of equipment by land.
The LBC Ship Dock 2 Vapor Skid project consisted of the following scope of work: excavation of underwater slope, driving six H piles and encasing them in concrete and setting and welding out prefabricated Vapor Skid on the H piles.