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Dredging Project Portfolio

The Pacific Dock & Piling team has performed a number of dredging projects in Southern California and is suited to permit, design and perform dredging work for homeowners and business managers in Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego Counties. Whether the project requires Beach Nourishment disposal, Upland disposal, or Offshore disposal, PD&P can organize, permit, and perform the work.

 

Upper Newport Bay Science Center Dredging

This project, performed at the Back Bay Science Center in Upper Newport Bay, required dredging 990 CY of silt-clay material from beneath the old floating dock system. Material was mechanically dredged using a barge mounted excavator and subsequently placed in 300 CY dump scows for offshore disposal. All work was performed in accordance with the strict environmental requirements of the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board, the Dept. of Fish and Game, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the California Coastal Commission.

 

Heritage Yacht Sales Dock Dredging

This project, performed in Alamitos Bay for Heritage Yacht Sales, required dredging removal of Rip Rap in order to install concrete piling through a revetment.  After rip rap was removed using a long reach excavator from shore, piling were installed and the rip rap was placed back around the piling.

Newport Harbor Coast Guard Dredging

This project, performed at the USCG station in Lower Newport Harbor, involved dredging 1,200 CY of silt-clay material from beneath the guest docks. Material was mechanically dredged using a land based excavator and a dragline bucket on a barge-mounted crawler crane. All dredge spoils were placed on the beach for 24 hours prior to being loaded into trucks and hauled to a disposal site in Irvine. As the material was deemed unsuitable for offshore disposal by the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board and the California Coastal Commission, upland disposal was required.

 

 

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