The proposed project involves redeveloping the existing bulk cementitious material receiving and distribution terminal to improve operational efficiency. As part of the proposed project, Berth 2 would be rehabilitated to support a new ship unloader that has greater reach and the capacity to service longer and wider vessels. The existing wooden trestle would be replaced with a new structural bridge capable of supporting full rail cars and the engine. An existing bunker would be replaced with an approximately 120 feet in diameter by 132 feet tall concrete storage dome to more efficiently handle cementitious materials. Construction is anticipated to commence in 2020 and would span 18 months. The proposed project would result in a net increase in cementitious material throughput, which would result in additional vessel, truck, and rail calls.
Near the intersection of Harbor Street and Port Road 1
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San Joaquin River
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