C. White Marine Inc.
Cole Parkway Marina Rehabilitation
C. White Marine Inc removed an existing granite mooring block system. Installed sixty-seven (67) 12.75” epoxy coated steel mooring piles to accommodate the new timber floating dock system and the reinstallation of existing floating dock system. This project also included the demolition of existing timber pier and the supply and installation of a new timber fixed pier. Construction of a new observation deck and installation of an owner supplied 80’ aluminum gangway completed the work at the Cole Parkway Marina. This project also included removal of timber and steel piles and replacement with new steel piles at the Scituate Maritime Center.
SQUIBNOCKET CAUSEWAY AND ROADWAY APPROACH
C. White Marine, Inc. constructed a new 300’ long pile-supported causeway and approach roadway at Squibnocket Beach, Chilmark, MA. This project had unique challenges dealing with the winter weather in an exposed work area and the archeological preservation concerns and monitoring from the Wampnoag Tribe of Martha’s Vineyard for during excavation of the site. C. White Marine met all of these challenges successfully and with professionalism and completed the project on time and on budget. This project was also in coordination of the refurbishment of Squibnocket Beach, Town of Chilmark. The completion of our scope of work was extremely timely in that the storm of March 2018 came through and eroded the original roadway, leaving only the newly constructed causeway for access in that area.
C. White Marine Inc supplied and installed an ADA Compliant Floating Dock system on this high profile project for Related Lovejoy Residential in cooperation with the Boston Planning & Development Authority. Although privately owned, this publically accessible dock consisted of the installation of a 20’x80’ 50 Ton 2 All Steel Floating Dock, 100’ Articulating Aluminum Gangway, four 18” diameter mooring piles, and two Floating IPE Docks (12’x70’ and 16’x 50’). Special challenges with this project included gaining access to perform our work in an area congested with ongoing construction on the North Washington Street Bridge, adjacent to our work area.
C. White Marine provided labor and equipment to drive foundation piles for the MCRT Modera Medford 297 apartment home complex. This project consisted of conducting a 350 Ton Static Load Test and pile driving approximately 650 Steel H-Piles. These piles specified to be driven to 160’ posed a specific challenge in that these piles required spliced welds to meet the overall pile lengths. Also, the crane boom had lifting height restrictions at the site due to radio wave interference from local towers. Although this project required additional splice welding operations and additional man-hours, it was performed while staying on target.