Pier 400 Backland Phase 1, Los Angeles, CA

Electrical Construction Services

Owner
Port of Los Angeles

General Contractor
Sully-Miller Contracting

Project Duration
30 Months

 

Industrial Electrical & Lighting Services Project Description:

The 7,500 acre Port of Los Angeles is a major U.S. West Coast gateway for international commerce. Along its 35 miles of waterfront, the Port of Los Angeles has 28 major facilities specializing in automobile, breakbulk and containerized dry and liquid bulk cargo operations. The Pier 400 container terminal is designed and constructed in two phases. Phase I comprises 343 acres including 4,000 feet of wharf, backland, terminal buildings and intermodal rail facility. Phase I included electrical construction services for the entire transportation corridor consisting of highway, rail and utilities. The facility features: Water depth of - 55 feet mllw at the wharf; 22 wide 100-foot gauge cranes; Up to 18 ship to shore cranes; 4 unit train loading yard (96.305 feet cars); 6 unit train storage yard (126.305 cars); and Gate complex & various terminal buildings. Pier 400 Backland – Phase 1 received the Electrical Award of Excellence Distinguished Project, along with numerous others.

Work performed:
Commercial electrical construction services, including underground power and lighting systems installation