Berth 100 Wharf South Extension and Backland Development

Location: Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Owner: Port of Los Angeles


The project involved construction of a new 46,000 sf pile-supported concrete wharf structure and the development of the terminal backland to accommodate increased capacity. A vital project to the Port of Los Angeles and the China Shipping Lines (terminal operator), capable of simultaneously berthing two ultra-large Post-Panama widening container ships.

The work at Berth 100 South included:

  • Wharf demolition
  • Building demolition
  • Rock dike construction
  • Landfill construction
  • Wick drains installation
  • Over 17,000 CY of concrete paving.
  • Storm drain system
  • Sewer system
  • Electrical infrastructure
  • Alternative maritime power (AMP)
  • Water system
  • Grading
  • Crushed miscellaneous base
  • Asphalt concrete paving striping
  • Signage
  • Fencing

The superstructure consists of two hundred (200) 24-inch octagonal precast concrete piles with an average length of 135 feet, precast girders, and a cast-in-place pier deck.

Deck finishing consists of:

  • Asphalt concrete pavement
  • Crane rail installation
  • Installation of fender
  • Mooring hardware
Project Value
  • Owner: Port of Los Angeles

  • Location: Port of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

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