CCC Group has completed a broad range of marine construction projects for clients in a wide variety of industries.
Brownsville Navigation District
Calhoun County Navigation District
City of Corpus Christi
Gulf Marine Fabricators
Flint Hills Resources
Port of Corpus Christi Authority
Port of Houston, Texas
United States Coast Guard
United States Navy
United States Corps of Engineers
CCC Group has been providing various industries in the Gulf Coast Region with a wide range of superior marine construction services since the early 1960's.
With a focus on serving our clients to the best of our ability, we have offices all along the Gulf Coast from Florida to Corpus Christi, Texas that provide marine construction services. From building docking facilities, bulk material terminals, reconstructing seawalls to graving dock construction, CCC has a vast amount of experience to apply to your marine construction project.
CCC has a variety of specialized equipment including push boats, both impact and vibratory pile hammers, in addition to work-barges and spud-barges capable of carrying 250 ton cranes.
Dock facilities and breasting structures
Riprap and erosion control
Construction of Graving Dock
Aransas Pass, Texas
The scope of work:
Install pile supported reliefing platform
Install 1950' of sheet pile wall
Excavating 338,000 cubic yards of soil
Place 28,523 cubic yards of concrete foundations for the basin floor.
CCC’s fabrication services were also involved in the project by fabricating various miscellaneous pieces for the project. The area of this facility equals to the area of 4 football fields and the dock floor is at an elevation of -35feet MSL, which is about 47 feet BELOW the original ground elevation.
Graving dock measures 600' x 250' x 40'.
Layberth Dock for U.S. Navy
Corpus Christi, Texas
CCC Group was contracted to build a Large Medium Speed Roll-on, Roll-off (LMSR) layberth dock for the US Navy on the Corpus Christi Ship Channel. The challenge? There was a fixed date for the ship’s arrival. With only three months to execute the project, CCC teamed up with an “Engineer-Procure-Construct-Maintain-Operate” (EPCMO) firm,to ensure the ship would have a place to moor.
This was a fast-track, design-build project. CCC worked closely with the EPCMO firm and even implemented some improvements to the layberth’s design.
Our specific scope of work included a concrete pile supported dock, three concrete pile supported breasting dolphins, two concrete pile supported mooring dolphins along with the roadway, drainage and infrastructure for the site.
We are proud to report that in true CCC form, our crews met the challenge and turned the project over 4 days AHEAD of schedule. Since the Port of Corpus Christi is a “strategic military seaport”, the US Navy designated this layberth facility for the U.S. Navy Ship Benavidez. It is one of several pre-positioned ships that are constantly maintained, equipped and kept at the highest state of readiness for rapid response deployment.
Corpus Christi, Texas
This Project entailed rebuilding approximately 8000 feet of seawall that protects downtown Corpus Christi from storm surges. As part of this process, we drove 13,270 lineal feet of AZ-18 sheet pile and placed 8,500 cubic yards of concrete.
The project also included the construction of handicapped access ramps, hydrostatic relief systems, a new boat ramp, a new stormwater outfall structure, beach replenishment and asphalt paving. Each phase of the project was completed ahead of schedule.