Feasibility study to expand an existing terminal to receive sand and aggregates from self-discharging vessels, temporarily store, then load into railcars, trucks and barges for regional distribution. Project elements included preliminary terminal layouts, equipment selection and cost analysis for vessel unloading and stockpiling, conveyor distribution, reclaim and barge, railcar and truck loading systems.
Sand & Aggregates
Port of San Diego is a Multi-Use Port handling automobiles, lumber, dry bulk (cement, sand and soda ash), liquid bulk, breakbulk, general cargo, military cargo and project cargos. Performed various Port Planning assignments including a dry bulk terminals evaluation for proposed construction materials import facilities (cement, sand and aggregates). Assisted the Port with the preparation […]