Amports Benicia’s Deepwater Pier is over 2000 Ft long and sees constant berthing and mooring and was in need of a robust and reliable fendering system for their vessel traffic.
For more than 40 years, the UniSea Corporation has been processing Fish and Crab in the harsh environment of Dutch Harbor, Alaska. In 1974, UniSea began operations on a converted World War II Liberty ship in this historic, deep-water port.
Northwest Stream Center is located on a beautiful 20-acre site in McCollum Park between Seattle and Everett, WA. Using recycled, environmentally conscious materials to construct a ½ mile elevated boardwalk was of utmost importance
The bridge spanning the Snake River in Grandview, Idaho was in dire need of repairs. Many of the piles had deteriorated due to the harsh marine environment. The Idaho DOT sought a way to extend the life of the structure with-out the high cost of replacing it.
The Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego is one of the most prestigious research facilities in the world. Its 6 research Vessels berth at the Nimitz Marine Facility in Point Loma, San Diego, CA, or MarFac for short.
The Black Ball Ferry Line provides the only daily, year-round vehicle and passenger ferry service between downtown Victoria, British Columbia and Washington State.
When the Oregon Department of Transportation needed to repair 2 of the oldest bridges on the historic 101 Highway System they turned to the HDPE Timber’s manufactured by Bedford Technologies.
The new Aircraft Carrier Pier at Naval Base San Diego( Pier 12) is a wonderful example of the use of composites for fendering applications.
Structurally restore piles in place over a several year period. Systematically using the Fox Industries FX 70 System on 20 piles per year.
For over thirty years Fox Industries has been “refining” the FX-70™ pile repair “system”. This system has been used in over 15 major marine oil terminal facilities up and down the west coast.
Provide structural repairs to timber piles on trestle Railway Bridge over San Dieguito River, Del Mar, CA. Constraints: Trestle is used daily by North County Transit Districts “Coaster” commuter train. Service cannot be interrupted.
A Redesign and rebuild of the 6,300 square feet of docks and finger piers using New Bedford Technology- FiberForce® HDPE Plastic Lumber.
Trident Seafoods fish processing facility, a 45,000 sq ft plant built over 60 years ago in Ketchikan, Alaska is situated on timber piles. Many piles had deteriorated through age and marine borers.
Come up with a viable replacement to the existing steel camels being used by Cruise Terminals of America (CTA) and the Port of Seattle at Terminal 91-Seattle.
Mitigate highway construction and city development projects prior to impacts on 130+ acres of wetlands and other aquatic resources. Provide an environmentally-sensitive interpretive boardwalk trail.
This residential dock was completely deteriorated through age and the elements. The timber piles and dock surface needed replacement.
The US Navy in San Diego, California, needed to upgrade shipyard berthings at its Point Loma Naval Submarine Base. The upgrade included installation of Sub-Fenders and HarborCamel, the latter of which spread the weight of a vessel to ensure that no individual pile or point on a dock is stressed while the vessel is docked.
Structural Recycled Plastic lumber is available in filament reinforced or rebar reinforced or a combination of both. Sizes from 2X2 up to 12X12 and larger including round profiles are available and in a wide range of colors.
All construction was completed in late December 2011, and that construction history from mid-May 2011 to early January 2012.
The US Navy sought to install standoffs for lightweight naval vessels at the Naval Weapons Station at Seal Beach, CA.
In 2009 Harbor Technologies, LLC was chosen by Watts-Healy Tibbitts JV to supply composite fender pilings as part of a newly built submarine drive-in magnetic silencing facility.
The Jacksonville Fire Department was looking for an all composite pier which would have the ability to withstand full scale hurricane force wind and waves while still providing access to their fireboats.
The Maine Department of Transportation selected Hybrid Composite Beams (HCB’s) for use on the construction of the new Knickerbocker bridge.
The City of Mandal designed a new pedestrian bridge which spanned the inner harbor.
Harbor Technologies, LLC was chosen to supply forty-two composite log style camels as the secondary fendering units along the Navy’s new aircraft carrier pier.
With funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 a composite retaining wall was constructed around the town of Swan Quarter in North Carolina.
King County engineers used SeaTimber, a 100% recycled Plastic Timber for a fendering system designed to prevent damage from barge and other industrial marine traffic.