Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project

Long Beach, CA
  • Wharf/Backlands Redevelopment Piers D, E, & F, Phase 1, Stage 1
  • Pier E, Berths E25-E27, Wharf/Backlands, Phase 1, Stage 2
  • Pier E Terminal Redevelopment, Slip 1 Fill and Berth D28
  • Pier E Terminal, East Basin Fill, Phase 3
  • Pier E, Berth E, Wharf/Backlands, Phase 3, Stage 3

Project Features

Wharf/Backlands Redevelopment Piers D, E, & F, Phase 1, Stage 1

  • Construction of a new 2,800 LF concrete wharf
  • Cutter suction dredging with the HR MORRIS to deepen and widen the ship channel
  • Land fill construction, stone slope protection and retention dikes
  • New electrical and communication infrastructure

 

Pier E, Berths E25-E27, Wharf/Backlands, Phase 1, Stage 2

  • Clamshell dredging the ship channel
  • Placement of rip rap for slope protection
  • Construction of a new 1,400 long concrete wharfe
  • Installation of a precast concrete sheet pile bulkhead

 

Pier E Terminal Redevelopment, Slip 1 Fill and Berth D28

  • Wharf and bulkhead demolition
  • Clamshell dredging using the VALHALLA
  • Contaminated sediment dredging
  • Rip rap slope protection

 

Pier E Terminal, East Basin Fill, Phase 3

  • Wharf demolition
  • Combination clamshell dredge and cutter suction dredging
  • Land fill construction

 

Pier E, Berth E, Wharf/Backlands, Phase 3, Stage 3

  • Wharf demolition including blasting a buried quay wall
  • Rock dike construction
  • Construction of a new pile-supported concrete wharf
  • Dredging

 

 

Project Purpose

The Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project is a multi-stage project that will turn two aging shipping terminals into one “mega terminal” allowing the Port the capacity to handle more than 2 million additional containers. Manson and its joint venture partner have won five major contracts to construct this project for the Port.