Dredging 12-Foot – Fort Myers, FL

W912EP-11-D-0014-0004

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

The work consisted of maintenance dredging of Ft. Myers Beach Harbor, Lee County, Ft. Myers Beach, Florida.

The Federal Channel will be dredged to a 12-foot required depth plus 2 feet of allowable overdepth. All dredged material will be placed in the nearshore disposal area located approximately a quarter mile east from Ft. Myers Beach Pier. Maximum pumping distance will be approximately 3.5 miles.

Work also includes turbidity monitoring and environmental protection activities.

TITAN provided a Quality Control Manager and Site Safety and Health Officer to the project.

AT A GLANCE

Project Type Government
TITAN Role Quality Control Manager & SSHO
Client Southwind Construction
Completion Date August 2016
Contract Price $3.5M

QC MANAGER SCOPE OF WORK

  • Procedures for tracking preparatory, initial, and follow-up control phases; control, verification, and acceptance tests including documentation
  • Coordination of project logistics, materials and equipment
  • Managing the day-to-day quality control activities
  • Kept designated personnel and management staff apprised of status of work
  • Ensured all reports were prepared and submitted in accordance with the QC Plan, including the Daily Quality Control Reports
  • Maintained all the project quality control files
  • Reported and logged any work not meeting Spec requirements
  • Recorded all data in QCS database

SSHO SCOPE OF WORK

  • Maintained MSDS to ensure no hazardous items were brought onto jobsite
  • Enforced USACE EM 385-1-1 and held the project to OSHA standards
  • Maintained MSDS to ensure no hazardous items were brought onto jobsite
  • Managed all phases of safety control
  • Conducted daily safety inspections
  • Conducted daily safety briefings and weekly toolbox talks
  • Kept list of deficient safety items and maintained list until all safety deficiencies were addressed
  • Coordinated with Government QA onsite for all safety items
  • Ensured public safety with additional warning signs and barriers
  • Maintained OSHA 300 Form and Daily Production reports
  • Kept photo logs of all safety issues
  • Attended pre-construction conference, pre-work meetings including preparatory inspection meeting, and periodic in-progress meetings
  • Enforced accepted APPS and AHAs
  • Spoke to local businesses and discussed safety issues with their patrons with our current operations