AMC worked as a subcontractor to Manson Construction to handle all of the underwater scope of work for the wharf rehabilitation of Berths 226-236 in the Port of Los Angeles. We installed over 1,000 linear feet of octagonal and square concrete pile encasements utilizing the FX-70 fiberglass jacket system with marine-grade epoxy and underwater grout. This pile encasement work was a permanent solution to repair non-structural piles, structural piles, and broken piles that occurred over the life span of the wharf. AMC also repaired the slope underneath the Berth with underwater concrete pumping and bag placement to fill multiple voids. Lastly, our dive team completed the newly installed sheet pile wall by cutting it level at the desired underwater elevation and performing the underwater welding of the closure plate. Another successful project competed for the Port of LA!