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Ports and Waterways Construction Expertise

S&B USA Construction has extensive experience completing complex construction projects in and surrounding waterways. Our work has involved locks and dams, ports, bridges, pilings, boat landings, terminal facilities, cofferdam/mooring cells, and waterfront development, such as river walls and river walks. From wetlands to rivers to lakes, S&B USA Construction has it all covered.

To perform these construction services, S&B USA Construction has direct access to a marine fleet including floating barges, crawler cranes, and boats. Using this equipment gives us the ability to construct projects directly in the water, when necessary.

Seagirt Marine Terminal Berth 3 Wharf Improvements

Fay is upgrading Berth 3 of Seagirt Marine Terminal to meet the requirements of post Panamax ships that call on the port. Key work includes pavement and fill removal, upgrades to structural concrete components, both topside and underwater, to strengthen them to withstand forces placed upon them by the larger vessels and a subaqueous sheet pile cutoff wall to retain the original bottom against and under the existing marginal wharf after dredging is completed to accommodate the deeper draft vessels. The existing fenders will be removed and replaced, again, to accommodate the larger ships.

Canaveral Port Authority North Cargo Berth 8

Fay Southeast extended the North Cargo Berth 8 for the Canaveral Port Authority. This work included the demolition of existing curbing on the south side of the berth and the construction of a new 14,200 sf open pile concrete pier extension, including pile foundations, concrete pile caps, precast concrete deck units, cast-in-place topping slab, mooring bollards, cell fenders, fender piles, utilities, and water stations/manifolds.

Charleroi Locks and Dam River Chamber Monoliths Construction

Fay is constructing the reinforced concrete middle wall monoliths M-22 to M-27 along the Monongahela River. Our work also includes building steel cofferboxes to perform the monolith construction, operating an on-site batch plant, demolition of the existing river wall, and relocating utilities.