American Made Mooring Bollards Shipping This Week To Port Of Alaska

Mooring Bollards to head to Port of Alaska

Construction work is underway on another port and Marine Structures is shipping several 100 ton American made single bitt mooring bollards this week. The Destination: Port of Alaska’s new Petroleum and Cement Terminal (PCT). According to the Port of Alaska’s website, “The PCT will be a pile-supported dock located south of existing Port of Alaska…

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Congratulations Compton Engineering On Winning Award for Linea Dock BulkHead Improvements

Linea Dock Bulkhead Improvements

Compton Engineering was awarded with the 2020 American Council of Engineering Companies in Mississippi’s ‘Honor Award’ for the Linea Dock Bulkhead Improvements project at the Hancock County Port and Harbor Commission’s (HCPHC) Port Bienville maritime port. Marine Structures was honored to provide bollards for this award-winning project! In 2017, a Hurricane Katrina Community Development Block…

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Marine Structures Provided Products to Port Royal Jamaica

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One of the most iconic harbors in the Caribbean, Port Royal is a historic port that welcomes thousands of visitors annually. The Port Authority of Jamaica has taken major steps in its planned development of a cruise terminal in Port Royal, east of Kingston, with the creation of their floating pier system called SeaWalk and…

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The Port of Philadelphia Upgrades Packer Avenue Terminal With American Made Marine Bollards

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  The Port of Philadelphia also known as PhilaPort recently upgraded the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal and Marine Structures was honored to supply American made marine bollards to the project. The Packer Avenue Marine Terminal is the premier container handling facility on the Delaware River and also works large volumes of automobiles, steel, and project…

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Marine Structures Provides Maritime Products to Chesapeake Bay Bridge Staging Pier

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The Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) voted to replace the existing timber staging dock used by contractors in the execution of ongoing work on the William Preston Lane Jr. Memorial Bridge (Bay Bridge) with a new parallel concrete staging dock. Marine Structures was asked to provide domestically manufactured double bitt mooring bollards, cleats and fenders for…

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