Crofton is currently executing repairs and improvements to the City of Newport News’ Seafood Industrial Park. The industrial facility brings in about half of the seafood that lands in the Port of Hampton Roads and these improvements are part of an effort to return the park to 100% capacity. Improvements include increasing the capacity of the travel slip, which will support Fairlead’s new travel lift, and adding 4 new 100-ton mooring bollards. Additionally, Crofton will make miscellaneous repairs to the existing concrete bulkhead. For the travel slip, 20 new HP piles were driven, and new cast-in-place concrete cap was poured. The new mooring bollards are 19’ tall x 4’ thick x 9’ wide and are supported by 8 14×89 H piles. “We always enjoy an opportunity to work with the City of Newport News. They’ve got a great team of professionals.”, shared Shawn Albin, Chief Estimator & Project Manager. This phase of improvements is scheduled to be completed by the end of April. Thanks to Trenier King (Foreman), Isaac Hernandez (Carpenter), and crew for their efforts on this project! See 13 News’ coverage here.