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POLB Pier E Terminal Container Yard/Intermodal Railyard, Phase 1

Long Beach, CA

Client

Port of Long Beach

Delivery Method

Bid-Build

Division

HCC

Capability
Rail Construction

Construction

Details

Year Started
2012
Year Completed
2015
Project Elements
  • Crane rail
  • Freight rail
  • Rail yard

Overview

The Port of Long Beach (POLB) Middle Harbor project was part of a 9-year, $1.2 billion program that will upgrade wharfs, water access, and storage areas, and significantly expand the on-dock rail yard in the area. Herzog was the managing partner in a joint venture to renovate and reconstruct Pier E. Phase 1 included construction of 32 crane rails and automated stacking crane foundations, a rail yard compressed air system and compressor building, sewer, water, storm drain, electrical, and communication systems, and the relocation of oil, gas, and utility lines. The project also included the connection of the Pier E terminal to the Pier F container terminal by filling an additional 40 acres of Slip 1, creating one consolidated, 304-acre container terminal.

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