Naples to Gordon Pass Dredging – Naples, FL

W912EP-16-C-0007

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

Project work consists of maintenance dredging the Federal navigation channel at Gordon Pass to Naples and the adjoining settling basin with disposal of excavated material in the designated beach placement area south of the inlet.

The 80,000 c.y. will be divided into 4 dredging cuts. Digging down to a 12-foot allowable depth with a 2-foot overdepth. Work also includes turbidity monitoring, vibration control and monitoring, and endangered species monitoring.

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 September 2016
Contract Price $1.55M

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