56 precast steel reinforced slabs and forms were constructed on-shore
BVI Cruise Pier Expansion
Fourteen pile caps were constructed on top of groups of six 36” piles. 56 precast steel reinforced slabs and forms were constructed on-shore to make the deck topping; each was installed with barge and crane.
The mooring dolphins were constructed on a group of sixteen 48” piles. For each dolphin, 160 cubic yards of concrete was poured. During the pour process, a procession of concrete trucks were ferried out to sea on a roll-on, roll-off barge and a boom concrete pump used to fill the pile caps.
300′ long by 38′ wide pile supported extension
Heritage Cruise Pier Antigua
The pier modifications consisted of constructing a 300′ long by 38′ wide pile supported extension at the west end of the pier. In addition, mooring and fender blocks were installed on the north side of the extension and existing pier. Mooring dolphins and access catwalks were also constructed.