Pier 300 (Seaside Ave./Navy Way Grade Separation and Seaside Navy Way/Navy Mole Grade Separation)

Construction of two multi-span concrete bridges elevated Seaside Ave. to allow future unit train services to Piers 300 and 400 on Terminal Island. 7,500 panels of 40 ft.-high MSE walls were erected, resulting in increased cost-efficiencies over traditional cast-in-place retaining walls. During construction, 24-hour access to shipping terminals was maintained. Multi-jurisdictional project required coordination with agencies including the Port of Los Angeles, the Cities of LA and Long Beach, Caltrans, the US Navy, the State Dept. of Toxic Substances Control and the Public Utilities Commission. This project was accelerated to meet the client’s time schedule and completed within the original budget. Project received the AGC State & National Award for excellence in Project Management.