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September 2018

Mission-Critical Code Evaluation at U.S. Coast Guard Base Honolulu

A comprehensive report was provided to the USCG with an evaluation of the overall quality of construction, including photographs, written observations, and recommendations.

The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) had an immediate need for a technical review of one of its facilities in the final stages of construction. BergerABAM provided a third-party code review and evaluation of the contractor’s design and construction of the National Security Cutters (NSC) Homeport Addition to the Fast Response Cutters (FRC) building at the USCG base in Honolulu, Hawaii. The evaluation was a critical milestone for the USCG to proceed to the next phase of construction, as delays in construction could have negatively impacted its mission.

Anaklia Deep Sea Port

Rendering of the Anaklia Deep Sea Port terminal layout.

Today, the Anaklia Deep Sea Port in the Republic of Georgia is set to become an emerging transport and logistics hub of the region. A new development is underway on the west coast of Georgia that will build 3,000 feet of container and bulk wharves and more than 250 acres of container, intermodal, and bulk storage yards.

At the project launch ceremony, the prime minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, said, “With no exaggeration, today we’re starting the biggest project of the twenty-first century Georgia, the construction of the Anaklia Deep Sea Port. This is the beginning of a huge transformation and change in our country.”