Pier G Berths Terminal Redevelopment

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Pier G Berths Terminal Redevelopment

North Slip Backlands Development was part of the Pier G Redevelopment Program, a multi-year effort valued at $500 million and included consolidating and modernizing the entire terminal with more efficient, environmentally friendly truck gates, rail facilities and berths.

Shimmick’s scope of work consisted of procuring and installing new electrical distribution equipment including 12.47kV switchgear assemblies, 2,500kV transformers, 480v switchgear assemblies and 192 refrigerated container receptacles. The backbone raceway work connecting the electrical equipment consists of procuring and installing 130,000 ft. of underground PVC conduit, 30,000 ft. of trenching, 18,000 ft. of 15kV medium voltage cable, and 405,000 ft. of 600V-THHN building wire. Shimmick also erected and energized thirteen 120-foot-tall mast lighting poles.

Project Details

Location:Long Beach, CA
Amount: $28.8M
Delivery Method:Bid-Build
Client Name:Port of Long Beach
Duration: 2012-2014