Piers / Waterfront

STRUCTUS has extensive experience with piers, wharves, and waterfront projects. Representative projects include Condition Assessment for Piers 27, 29, 31, and the Agriculture Building; Peer Review of the Pier 48 Shed Fire Damage; the concrete repair of wharves 1½, 3, and 5; seismic retrofit of Pier 22½ and the fire boat station (Phase I construction completed); and seismic evluation/preliminary retrofit study for Pier 24 Annex, Pier 30/32 (a 550,000 sf. concrete pier supported by concrete piles), and Pier 38, for the port of San Francisco. STRUCTUS is a Prime Joint Venture Partner for the Brannan Street Wharf project, a new 55,000sf. urban waterfront amenity. STRUCTUS has also completed the Marine Emergency Response Facility for the San Francisco International Airport.

Harrison & Embarcadero San Francisco, CA This is a two-story historic fire station with type V construction located on Pier 22 ½. It is supported on a timber framed pier deck and concrete piles and caps. Seismic retrofit work includes new plywood 

San Francisco, CA The Pier 38 complex includes the single story 160,000 sf. pile supported shed as well as the two-story 21,000 sf. bulkhead structure. STRUCTUS performed a seismic evaluation, structural condition survey, and conceptual seismic retrofit 

101 The Embarcadero San Francisco, CA We prepared a Condition Survey Report for this historic landmark structure and its pier substructure adjacent to the Ferry Building. Both historic architectural and structural conditions were included in this study.  

San Francisco, CA We conducted a detailed structural damage survey, and provided documentation and a report for Wharf J-9/J-10, which, combined, is a timber pier structure approximately 700 ft. long. We also prepared a shoring design to provide temporary 

San Francisco, CA Pier 30/32 was to be developed as a new waterfront commercial complex to house the new International Cruise Terminal, offices, parking, cinemas, retails and other maritime facilities. As a member of the selected Design Team, we performed 

San Francisco, CA The project included demolition of existing concrete wharves and, the existing Pier 36 shed and pier structure, as well as two new concrete wharves with a total area of 55,000 sf. The new wharf structures will provide public promenades, 

Square Footage: 55,000

San Francisco, CA We prepared construction documents for the Port of San Francisco for the repair of severe damage in the reinforced concrete pier structures due to corrosion and deterioration in the marine environment. The project included a field survey 

Client: Port of San Francisco

Square Footage: 35,000

Year Completed: 2001