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James Island Yacht Club Replacement Pier

  • Owner:  James Island Yacht Club
  • Construction Cost: $1,219,000
  • Completion Date:  January 2012

Scope of Services:

  • Project Design
  • Construct 430’ Concrete Pier
  • Construct Access Pier
  • Install Piles for Proprietary Wave Attenuator
  • Install Gangways
  • Install 3-Ton Jib Crane
  • Demolition of Existing Facilities

James Island Yacht Club: This project consisted of the design and construction of all new marine facilities for the James Island Yacht Club in Charleston, SC. There is a new 430’ long fixed concrete pier, supported by 18” square prestressed piles. The pier has a 16’ wide approach to a 50’ square T-head, with a 3-ton motorized Gorbel boat hoist. All poured in place concrete contains DCIS corrosion inhibitor, and the design is modeled after a SCDOT “flat slab” bridge design, which provides superior corrosion resistance and durability. Cape Romain was also responsible for installing new wave attenuators and floating docks, a new boat ramp access pier. Demolition and the removal of the existing marine facilities completed the project.

Contact:

James Island Yacht Club
734 Wampler Drive
Charleston, SC 29412

 

 

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