Liftech designed a 78-foot-long steel float as a replacement float at the Clay Street Ferry Terminal in Oakland, California. The project had an accelerated schedule. The previous float needed to be removed and the new float installed in a single weekend. Liftech worked with Manson to provide a design that accommodated the schedule and allowed for a relatively quick and easy float installation.
Liftech designed two 80 ft by 15 ft by 5 ft steel floats as layover berths for Water Emergency Transportation Authority ferry vessels. Each float is moored with three steel pipe piles. The pile collars are removable and their locations can be adjusted several inches to accommodate float placement at other locations.
Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) Oyster Point Marina SSF Ferry Terminal Float and Gangway
As part of a Manson Construction Company design-build team, Liftech designed a 103-foot-long steel truss gangway, a 45-foot-wide by 115-foot-long post-tensioned concrete float, and mooring dolphins. The float is used to berth ferry boats.