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Woods Hole Terminal Reconstruction Project

Posted: September 16, 2022

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To report concerns about construction or environmental issues concerning the Woods Hole Terminal Reconstruction Project. Please call 508-289-4419 to be connected with either Bill Cloutier or another Authority staff member, should you have a concern that needs immediate attention. As always, you can also email Bill at bcloutier@steamshipauthority.com or call his office during work hours at 508-548-5011, ext. 429.

 

Week ending Septemnber 23, 2022

THIS WEEK, Cullen Electric was on site Wednesday verifying the existing conduit routes with the as-built drawings from the marine contract. They are also wiring the office trailers for communication.

NEXT WEEK, Lawrence Lynch Inc. will mobilize on site. They will move the waste oil container to the back of the property, and they will dig a trench for power to the container. They will also move the trash compactor out of the planned work area. Cullen will power to the waste oil container and run a power line to the new trash compactor location.

Phase 5 landside work begins - Week of September 19, 2022

Lawrence Lynch Corp. and Cullen Electric are scheduled to mobilize on-site on Monday, September 19, 2022. Initially they will be moving and repowering the trash compactor and the waste oil shed. They will then focus on relocating water and sewer lines that are currently in the footprint of the permanent terminal.

The scope of work for this phase focus on preparing the site for the building construction. The electricians will set up a temporary switchgear building in the employee lot so power can be moved from the freight shed. Lawrence Lynch will be raising the base elevation approximately 5 feet to satisfy the flood plain requirements, and they will be installing new stormwater piping for the back side of the property. This piping will connect with the stormwater piping that was installed as part of the marine contract. Raising the site elevation is complicated logistically because the site must stay in operation during the construction. We plan to complete the elevation work by moving the construction work zone six different times. This will allow vehicle access to at least two vessel slips at all time and continue to have staging available at the site.

WHTRP map Phase 5A

Click here to download maps of the six subphases of the project.

Click here for videos of the Schematic Design and Design Development public engagement sessions.

January 19, 2022 Community Engagement Session Presentation  

November 4, 2021 Landside Community Update presentation 

July 7, 2021 Landside Design Presentation

Landside Design Community Forum (updated 3/23/2021)


Related project documents

Chapter 91 license

Chapter 91 license - recommended final decision

Falmouth Conservation Commission Order of Conditions

ENF Certificate

Environmental Notification Form (WARNING: large file)

2014 Feasbility Study