PORT OF GREATER BATON ROUGE TERMINAL FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
Location: Port Allen, Louisiana
Completion Date: Ongoing Project
Phillips & Jordan Role: Prime Contractor
The Port of Greater Baton Rouge is the ninth largest port in the United States in terms of tonnage shipped, and is the farthest upstream port on the Mississippi River capable of handling Panamax ships. An investment of approximately $150 million is being used to construct a new crude oil, intermediates, and refined products import/export terminal on a 90 acre site near the port. The terminal facility when completed will provide rail unloading, barge import/export, and tank storage for West Canadian Crude.
Phillips & Jordan is providing all civil site development services required for construction of the new terminal facility including clearing and grubbing; temporary and permanent roadway construction; preparation of laydown yards; installation of manifold and electrical pads, box culvert, and storm drainage infrastructure; preparation of tank battery pads and berms; foundation drilling; Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan preparation and compliance; and landscaping.
OIL & GAS MARKET SECTOR
Phillips & Jordan supports oil & gas exploration and production activities in Pennsylvania, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Louisiana, and Texas and over the past 5 years has completed construction and/or maintenance work for over 1,700 well pads.