McCarthy Building Companies Begins Rehabilitation at Port Houston Wharf 3
Rehabilitation at Barbours Cut Container Terminal will increase efficiency and capacity
By: McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
"McCarthy's marine team has completed rehabilitation construction on Wharf 1 and 2 at Barbours Cut for Port Houston and we are excited to follow suit on Wharf 3," said Mike Schulte, McCarthy's senior vice president. "Our experience in undertaking complex port projects is clearly demonstrated in the quality of work that we deliver. We are proud to continue our nearly two decades long work program with the Port of Houston Authority, one of the premier ports in the country."
The Wharf 3 project includes three scopes of work. The first includes the rehabilitation of Wharf 3, which consists of the reconstruction of 1,000 feet of the wharf, dredging, drilled shafts, fenders, bollards, crane rail, concrete paving, stevedore support building, electric and telecommunications. The second phase will be the construction of the electrical infrastructure, which includes 3,600 feet of underground duct bank, concrete paving, jack and bore and directional drilling, as well as electric and telecommunications. The final phase includes the demolition of a portion of the Lash Dock, which will consist of the demolition of precast slab beams, pile caps, the removal of 47 drilled shafts with bell bottom foundations and dredging.