Foundation Selection for Pier 300 Terminal in the Port of Los Angeles

Purchasing Cranes in a Changing World

Pile Jackets, Issues in Design and Performance

Port Access and Productivity: A Systems Approach

U.S. Trade Growth: Are Ports, Rails and Roads Enough?

Ships, Barges, and Fenders—Preventing Things That Go Bump

Protective Fender System, Waterfront Park–Louisville, KY

High-Strenth Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites Offer New Significance to Marine Pier Design

A New Generation of Fiber Reinforced Plastic Rebars for Marine Construction

Market Advancement for Composite Marine Piling and Timber

Alternative Mooring and Fender Design to Reduce Container Ship Motions

Container Port Throughput Enhancement Using Hub and Shuttle Concepts

Planning Intermodal Capability at West Coast Container Terminals

Heavy Truck Movement Model for the Port of Miami

Port of Seattle—Southwest Harbor Cleanup and Redevelopment Project Implementation of Environmental Controls During Construction

Outlook on Seattle: A Port of Seattle Park with a Community Point of View

Design and Construction of Three Ferry Terminals on the Mid-Coast of British Columbia for the New Discovery Coast Passage Ferry Route

Hydro-Bridge—Articulated Bridges for Outer Side (Off-Quay) Access to Vessels

Bell Street Pier Wave Barrier

Navigating the Planning and Implementation Efforts of a Dredging Project Amidst the Myriad of Local, State and Federal Bureacratic Floating Mines

 

 

 

 

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