Sunoco Logistics Eagle Point
At a Glance...
Phase 1 of Dock #2 and Dock #3 Rehabilitation consisted of the demolition and removal of various timber piling and steel piling structures. Among these structures were various existing walkways and outdated steel mooring clusters. Commerce removed the structures and in turn, installed new walkways and mooring structures. Commerce completed the work scope without incident, on time, and within budget. In addition, Commerce coordinated with the engineer and owner’s representatives to continue working in and around the active vessel berths. No disruptions were encountered with the day-to-day operations of the shipping traffic.
Phase II of Dock #2 and Dock #3 Rehabilitation consisted of the demolition and removal of various timber and steel structures. In addition to the demolition and disposals, Commerce also installed new walkways as well as concrete mooring structures. This project also included the installation of three Fender Cluster Jacket systems. Each fender cluster consisted of nine 36” driven pipe piles, welded shear lug connections, and a 70-ton jacket sleeve. The purpose of this project was to improve the facility’s old docking structures and provide adequate mooring structures for the incoming vessels. As part of the work scope, Commerce was required to work around the clock to complete the most crucial elements of the job, while performing the tasks within a set “shut down” timeframe. Commerce completed the work scope without incident, on time, and within budget.