NAS Jacksonville Marina Upgrades & Repairs of Ancillary Structures
The scope of work of this project is to perform demolition, removal and disposal of the existing dock facilities and relocation of fueling station at the existing MWR Mulberry Cove Marina at Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville, Florida. In addition, the parking will be designed to include two ABA compliant concrete parking spaces which will be connected to ABA ECHO pier via at 5’-0” wide sidewalk. The remaining parking area will be a gravel base over geotextile underlayment with concrete curb stops to facilitate forty-six standard parking spaces.
The pier demolition includes the removal and disposal of the timber support bracing, pile caps, stringers, decking and other components of the existing piers and the existing timber piling by extracting from marina basin.
The new fuel system included providing a new reinforced concrete pad, new fuel dispenser and new approved double-wall fuel line. System includes a new 2 hp submersible pump with mechanical leak detection, up to 250 feet of double-wall piping, and the required valves, sump pumps and transitions to provide for a complete turn-key fuel system. A relocated fully operable existing 3000-gallon fuel storage tank to the vicinity of Echo dock is the ultimate disposition.
The project will provide the space required for future construction, a safer berthing facility for patrons and increase projected revenue for the Marina.