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Paul C. Kirkland
Paul C. Kirkland
P.O. Box 3257
Jacksonville , Florida 32206
EDUCATIONPensacola Junior College
1974 - 1975
University of Florida
Graduated August 1979
B.S. Civil Engineering
EXPERIENCE RECORDJacksonville Port Authority, Jacksonville, Florida Removal and disposal of 40,000 C.Y. of dredge material.
Sealand Maintenance Dredging, Removal and disposal of 30,000 C.Y. of dredge material.
U.S. Navy Submarine Base, Kings Bay, Georgia, Refit Wharf No. 2, Construction of a heavy duty wharf facility consisting of a 750' x 130' pile supported wharf, with 23\ 4" concrete piles. Precast concrete deck with ballast and asphalt concrete paving, crane rails, camels and fender system, power booms, masonry buildings and various utility systems.
Gate Lands, Old Ponte Vedra Phase III, Pile Driving, Drove 8,000 L.F. of 10" concrete pile and 3,000 L.F. of timber pile.
Jacksonville Port Authority, Removal and disposal of 60,000 C.Y. of dredge material.
Gate Maritime, Construction of four concrete dolphins including 4,600 L.F. of 18" concrete pilings and 6,500 C.Y. of dredge material.
Brunswick Pulp and Paper, Installation of approximately 22,500 L.F. of 18" concrete on a fast track schedule.
Celotex Corporation, Removed approximately 35,000 C.Y. of dredge material from port facility.
Georgia Pacific, Installed effluent pipe line supports with 2,000 L.F. of 14" concrete pile and related concrete caps.
Gate Maritime Bulkhead Construction, Construction of a 240 L.F. sheet pile bulkhead; a fast track design/build project.
Gate Maritime Berth One, Constructionof a heavy duty wharf facility consisting of a 100' x 95' pile supported wharf, fender system, slope dredging, filling, slope protection, excavation, backfill, water service, electrical conduits and crane rails.
Shell Oil Dock, Removal of 750 L.F. of trestle and T-head dock including 300 ton dolphin after shipping accident.
Alumax of South Carolina, Construction of 550 L.F. of concrete wharf and rebuilding of existing 100 L.F. of concrete dock. The project involved 37,000 L.F. of prestressed piling, 10,000 L.F. of timber pile and 5,600 C.Y. of concrete.
Main Street Bridge Repair, Florida Department of Transportation, Work included replacement of the grating, reworking the traffic gates, replacing the lift cables and other miscellaneous work. Mr. Greg Nettuno was the Project Engineer.
SR 40 Astor Bridge Repair, Florida Department of Transportation, Work included replacement of the grating and miscellaneous repairs to the bridge bascule leaves.
Drummond Point Gulf Oil Terminal, Mooring and breasting dolphin repair. Drove 21,000 L.F. of sheet pile, pumping 1,700 C.Y. of concrete and replacing two wood dolphins.
U.S. Navy Fuel Depot, Mooring and breasting dolphin replacement. Removed and replaced five dolphins, driving 12,000 L.F. of H-pile and pouring 340 C.Y. of concrete.
U.S. Gypsum, Removed approximately 25,000 C.Y. of dredge material from port facility.
U.S. Gypsum, Install approximately 17,000 L.F. of sheet pile and tie back wall. Also placed approximately 3,864 C.Y. of riprap.
Container Corporation of America, Caustic tank foundations. Installed 32,000 L.F. of H-pile and 3,000 C.Y. of concrete.
Trailer Marine Transport ( Crowley American Transport), Dock repairs to upgrade facility.
North Florida Shipyards, Phase I and II bulkhead reconstruction. Installed approximately 28,000 L.F. of sheet piling, concrete cap and H-pile supported concrete deadman.
Benjamin Moore, Warehouse foundation underpinning. Installed 9-5/8" diameter pipe pile under existing footing and re-support building columns to prevent further settlement.
Jacksonville Electric Authority, Removed two dolphins weighing 35 tons each, and extracted and replaced supporting pile.
Eastern Seaboard Petroleum, Dock repairs from shipping accident which included timber, fuel arm and concrete.
Amerada Hess, Removed 30-ton dolphin and extracted supporting pile.
Eastern Seaboard Petroleum, Removed approximately 15,000 C.Y. of dredge material from Port Authority.
Jacksonville Electric Authority, Renovation of intake stilling basin. Removed old stilling basin, replaced 15,000 L.F. of sheet pile, 3,200 L.F. of H-pile and 300 C.Y. of concrete.
City of Fernandina Beach, Waste treatment plant. Drive 6,000 L.F. of timber pile.
Chevron Oil, Removed 6,100 C.Y. of dredge material from port facility.
Jacksonville Electric Authority, Maintenance dredging. Removed 12,000 C.Y. of dredge material from port facility.
Trailer Marine Transport ( Crowley American Transport), Drove timber pile and replaced deck timbers at port facility.
ITT Rayonier, Replaced 190 L.F. of wood flume concrete shoulder.
Eastern Seaboard Petroleum, Dock repairs from shipping accident.
Snavely Company - Skylight Inn, Drive 6,800 L.F. of 14" concrete pile for hotel foundation.
Brunswick Pulp and Paper-Long Log Handling Facility, Installed 12,000 L.F. of 14" concrete pile and 1,129 L.F. of gantry rail.
Trumbull Asphalt, Repaired dock from shipping accident.
Brunswick Pulp and Paper-Brown Stock Substation, Drove 4,640 L.F. of H-pile for foundation for new conveyor system.
Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Fuller Warren Bridge, Work included replacement of grating and releveling the counterweight system.
Commodore's Point Terminal, Removed 47,000 C.Y. of dredge material from Port Authority.
Gate Land Development, Drove 7,100 L.F. of 10" concrete pile and 3,800 L.F. timber pile.
Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Replaced 8,000 S.Y. of 9" concrete roadway slab.
Eastern Seaboard Petroleum, Repaired dolphin damaged in shipping accident.
Jacksonville Transportation Authority-Trout River Toll Plaza, Major renovation and repair to facility including pile, concrete, roofing, roadwork, electrical and sign work.
Joyserve Company, Ltd., Maintenance dredging, removed approximately 5,000 C.Y. of dredge material from Port Facility.
Gate Land Development, Drove 13,400 L.F. of 10" concrete pile and 7,400 L.F. of timber pile for foundation of condominiums.
Jacksonville Electric Authority, Removed and replaced revetment at abutments of bridge.