Port of Long Beach Middle Harbor Construction Monitoring

The Port of Long Beach created new berth facilities as part of their Middle Harbor Redevelopment Project. The construction required the installation of piles to support 2500 feet of new concrete wharf. MBC provided U.S. Fish & Wildlife qualified biologists to monitor potential fish mortality and the presence of marine mammals that may be harmed during construction. Monitoring included observations near the active piles being driven which would be stopped if fish mortality was observed, and marine mammal monitoring within a 100-meter safety zone for each pile drive sequence which would be stopped if a mammal was observed there. 

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client

Port of Long Beach

service

Marine Services

location

Long Beach Harbor

Marine Services

Projects

Port of Long Beach Sediment Characterization

The Port of Long Beach contracted MBC to characterize the sediments at three different sites prior to implementing Phase II of their Maintenance Dredge Program.

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316(b) Compliance, Entrainment and Impingement Studies

Year-long IM&E studies were conducted at seven coastal power plants. These included weekly impingement surveys and biweekly entrainment and source water surveys.

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San Onofre Unit 1 Decommissioning Surveys

MBC supported AECOM in monitoring the offshore construction to set the SONGS Unit 1 offshore conduits to their final disposition.

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