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Port of Long Beach Development Projects  AGC of California’s Construction Outlook 2012                February 8, 2012    ...
Economic Engine  • 2nd busiest U.S. container cargo seaport; part of          the world’s 6th busiest port complex        ...
Jobs engine   • 30,000 jobs locally, 300,000 regional jobs and             • 1.5 million national jobs
U.S.-Asia Trade Routes                                         1                                                 4        ...
Future •Port is fiscally strong, investing $4 billion over next  decade in terminal, infrastructure improvements
Capital Expenditures     900     800     700                                                     Misc Projects     600    ...
Navigational Projects
Gerald Desmond Bridge • Replacing obsolete bridge with a $950 million replacement to improve traffic flow and safety
Existing GD Bridge                     10
New Cable-Stayed Bridge       •Improve traffic flow and safety           •Bids due March 2012
Design build    •RFP for estimated $675 million design-build        contract issued September 2, 2011.
Rail Enhancements• $1.1 billion in projects to expand rail yard, realign tracks to support increased on-dock rail operations
Off Terminal Rail Projects  Thenard Jct.  Realignment                          $1.1 billion in projects                   ...
Shore-to-Ship Power • Ships switch off engines and shift to shore power               • to improve air quality
Port-wide plug-in• $200 million investment• By 2014, 50% of container  ships will plug in to  shore power• By 2020, 80% of...
Terminal Projects                        Pier G                    Redevelopment
Pier G Redevelopment   • $470 million terminal redevelopment, adding    • deep-water berths & expanding on-dock rail
Pier G Redevelopment Program
Terminal Projects                    Middle Harbor                      Terminal                    Development
Middle Harbor  $1.2 billion Middle Harbor Project will improve terminal   efficiency, cut pollution 50%, create 14,000 new...
Terminal Projects                       Pier S                      Terminal                    Development
Proposed Pier S Project   • Port proposes development of Pier S marine     container terminal and Back Channel safety     ...
Pier S Terminal Project •Draft EIR released Sept 16th. $650 million green  shipping terminal to support 35,000 new jobs
Proposed Pier S Project
Project Background • Badly contaminated oil   field Original Pier S Project   approved decade ago • Need for navigational ...
Three-Berth Alternative • 160-acre container   terminal • Wharves, buildings, tru   ck gates • On-dock rail yard • Dredgin...
Three-Berth PlanHeimBridge                      Ocean                     Boulevard
Environmental Measures                         • CAAP Measures                           o Shore Power                    ...
What can AGC do for POLB?• Members continue to bid our work• Advocate for approval of EIRs for upcoming  projects. Don’t s...
Questions?        For more information, go to             www.polb.com
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  1. 1. Port of Long Beach Development Projects AGC of California’s Construction Outlook 2012 February 8, 2012 D.A. Thiessen, P.E. Managing Director, Engineer
  2. 2. Economic Engine • 2nd busiest U.S. container cargo seaport; part of the world’s 6th busiest port complex 2
  3. 3. Jobs engine • 30,000 jobs locally, 300,000 regional jobs and • 1.5 million national jobs
  4. 4. U.S.-Asia Trade Routes 1 4 31 Pacific Northwest (Prince Rupert,Vancouver, Seattle, Tacoma)2 Port of LONG BEACH (San Pedro Bay)3 Mexico (Lazaro Cardenas)4 All Water (Gulf and East Coast)
  5. 5. Future •Port is fiscally strong, investing $4 billion over next decade in terminal, infrastructure improvements
  6. 6. Capital Expenditures 900 800 700 Misc Projects 600 Middle Harbor 500 Pier G$M 400 GD Bridge 300 Pier S 200 Rail 100 0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
  7. 7. Navigational Projects
  8. 8. Gerald Desmond Bridge • Replacing obsolete bridge with a $950 million replacement to improve traffic flow and safety
  9. 9. Existing GD Bridge 10
  10. 10. New Cable-Stayed Bridge •Improve traffic flow and safety •Bids due March 2012
  11. 11. Design build •RFP for estimated $675 million design-build contract issued September 2, 2011.
  12. 12. Rail Enhancements• $1.1 billion in projects to expand rail yard, realign tracks to support increased on-dock rail operations
  13. 13. Off Terminal Rail Projects Thenard Jct. Realignment $1.1 billion in projects Pier B Rail YardCerritos Channel Pier B Rail Bridge Realignment Ocean Blvd. Track Expanded Realignment Control Points Harbor ScenicClosure of Reeves Track Crossing Realignment Navy Mole Wye Track Reeves Grade Storage Realignment Pier F Support Separation Yard Yard
  14. 14. Shore-to-Ship Power • Ships switch off engines and shift to shore power • to improve air quality
  15. 15. Port-wide plug-in• $200 million investment• By 2014, 50% of container ships will plug in to shore power• By 2020, 80% of container ships will plug in to shore power
  16. 16. Terminal Projects Pier G Redevelopment
  17. 17. Pier G Redevelopment • $470 million terminal redevelopment, adding • deep-water berths & expanding on-dock rail
  18. 18. Pier G Redevelopment Program
  19. 19. Terminal Projects Middle Harbor Terminal Development
  20. 20. Middle Harbor $1.2 billion Middle Harbor Project will improve terminal efficiency, cut pollution 50%, create 14,000 new jobs 21
  21. 21. Terminal Projects Pier S Terminal Development
  22. 22. Proposed Pier S Project • Port proposes development of Pier S marine container terminal and Back Channel safety improvements
  23. 23. Pier S Terminal Project •Draft EIR released Sept 16th. $650 million green shipping terminal to support 35,000 new jobs
  24. 24. Proposed Pier S Project
  25. 25. Project Background • Badly contaminated oil field Original Pier S Project approved decade ago • Need for navigational improvements • Only cleanup completed • New, updated EIS/EIR
  26. 26. Three-Berth Alternative • 160-acre container terminal • Wharves, buildings, tru ck gates • On-dock rail yard • Dredging • Back Channel navigational improvements
  27. 27. Three-Berth PlanHeimBridge Ocean Boulevard
  28. 28. Environmental Measures • CAAP Measures o Shore Power o Low-sulfur fuels o Emissions controls o Vessel speed reduction • On-dock rail yard • LEED buildings
  29. 29. What can AGC do for POLB?• Members continue to bid our work• Advocate for approval of EIRs for upcoming projects. Don’t sit on the sidelines• State and Federal transportation funding• Get familiar with our requirements: like our sbe/vsbe programVisit our website www.polb.com
  30. 30. Questions? For more information, go to www.polb.com

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