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US COAST GUARD STATION | TYBEE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA

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PETROLEUM MARINE CONSTRUCTION, LLC AWARDED CONTRACT FOR US COAST GUARD STATION ON TYBEE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA.

August 21, 2017–  Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Petroleum Marine Construction, LLC announces their major development for the USCG Tybee Island, S.C.

Petroleum Marine Construction, LLC   accepted the challenging project after being awarded the highly sought-after bid to completely rehabilitate their marina fuel distribution system.

For this assignment, the company was required to perform a closure of the existing marina fuel facility as well as to develop a brand new marina fuel distribution system under specific USCG guidelines. Additional Guidelines that were used for this project were; NFPA and PEI RP/1000.

This incredible undertaking began as fuel was purged from existing piping and existing dispensers.

The entire existing over the water fuel distribution system was removed and properly disposed of offsite.

In addition, onshore all above ground storage tank appurtenances were removed and replaced with new compliant equipment

The new installation included above ground stainless steel piping from tank to transitioning to Tricon double wall piping over the water.

Stainless Steel pipe hangers were installed at 5ft intervals.  All fuel delivery components are installed per the USCG and NFPA 30A requirements.

The Fuel delivery system to USCG Vessels is designed with the installation of Pump Measure Control Marine USCG dispensers

Two (2) diesel Pump Measure Control Model # CG-520MA Marine dispensers were installed on the main pier.

One (1) gasoline Pump Measure Control Model # CG-515MA Marine dispensers were installed on the main pier.

Per the contract, a brand new electrical distribution system was installed for activation and dispensing fuel.  After the project is completed, the USCG Tybee Island can boast that they now have a site-specific, compliant, and efficient fuel distribution system.

Safe Harbors Marina | throughout the Mid-Atlantic and New England

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Safe Harbors Marina, LLC has awarded a contract to Petroleum Marine Construction, LLC, to rehabilitate 12 marina fuel distribution systems.

The challenging project, at the former Brewer Yacht Yards and Marinas, located throughout the Mid-Atlantic and New England, includes the removal of the existing underground storage tanks, non-compliant distribution piping, and removal of gasoline station retail dispensers.

The new Marina Fuel Storage Systems will consist of UL-2085 Aboveground Storage Tanks manufactured by Highland Tank. Capacities will range from 6,000 to 18,000 gallons of fuel depending on the sites specific clientele.

The piping will consist of UL-971 and UL94 double wall marina piping manufactured by NUPI.

All piping is installed per manufacturer’s specifications for marina installations.

On multiple sites new dispensers will be installed; as is always our choice of stainless steel marina dispensers, Pump Measure Control Commander models will be installed with stainless steel Emco Wheaton UDC and Hannay stainless steel spring rewind Hose reels.

Petroleum Marine Construction follows the guidelines of The Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI) RP1000-09 Recommended Practices for the installation of Marine Fueling Systems, and the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) guidelines Marinas and Fire and Electrical Safety at Marinas and Boatyards.

Work began in the fall of 2017 at five sites in Rhode Island and continued through the winter to obtain completion before boating season commences in May.

The project is continuing in throughout 2018 at several locations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Maryland.

IGY Maximo Marina St Petersburg Florida

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Maximo Marina St. Petersburg, Florida is the newest addition to the IGY network. Boasting being the largest marina on Florida’s West coast with 220 slips in a protected harbor providing calm waters and safe berthing.  Maximo Marina is located in the Skyway Marina District, is the largest covered wet slip marina in the State.  As part of the $ 25 million renovation, Petroleum Marine Construction, LLC was awarded the pre-qualified bid for the marina fuel rehabilitation project.

The Project will include the demolition of the over the water existing fuel system. All fuel will be purged from the existing fuel piping and properly disposed. Existing dispensers and reels will be removed and replaced with State of the Art Marina grade Pump Measure Control Commander model dispensers manufactured for the harsh environment.  Future installation of State of Florida DEP approved 2” double wall UV protected fuel piping will take place over the water within 6” PVC chases cast within the new concrete floating fuel dock. The new fuel distribution double wall piping will include the proper connections within an onshore fiberglass access valve sump. The fuel system design will follow PEI/RP-1000. The onshore access valve sump will contain a shutoff valve, breakaway valve and a liquid sump sensor to meet all mandated compliance requirements. The existing Veeder-root compliance monitoring system will be upgraded to maintain State of Florida environmental compliance

New Fuel Dock will include three (3) Pump Measure Control Commander model dual hose duel product dispensers with 100 ft stainless steel spring rewind hose reels which will provide the client the ability to fuel multiple watercraft of all sizes at a standard flow rates.  State of the art fuel distribution equipment, competitive pricing, professional performances beat the client’s time frames; are just a few of the many reasons why that Petroleum Marine Construction, LLC can say with confidence that they are the leader in this specialized market.

Charleston Harbor Resort & Marina, Mt Pleasant SC

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On the Historic Banks of the Cooper River , tucked between Shem Creek and the USS Yorktown, lies a spirited oasis known as Charleston Harbor Marina. With 459 slips ranging in size from 33ft to 66ft, as well as boat lifts to 25 elevated, Charleston Harbor Marina stands as the largest in water marina in South Carolina. The marina is home port to the finest yachtsmen in the Carolina’s, and with 1,700 lineal feet of dock, and is able to accommodate a large range of vessels to 120ft.

As part of the Big Fund Infrastructure Boating Grant the client is upgrading the Fuel Dock dispensing system. The Project will include the demolition of the over the water existing dispensers and reels. All fuel will be purged from the existing fuel dispensers and reels, this equipment will be disconnected and set aside for proper disposal.  The dispensers will and replaced with State of the Art Marina grade Pump Measure Control Commander model dispensers manufactured for the harsh environment. The hose reels will accommodate 100ft of delivery hose and be stainless steel manufactured by Hannay reels.

The existing Veeder-root compliance monitoring system will be upgraded to maintain State of South Carolina environmental compliance. State-of-the-art fuel distribution equipment, competitive pricing, professional relationships with repeat clients, allows Petroleum Marine Construction, LLC to maintain status as the marina fueling expert.

The Harborage at Ashley Marina , Charleston SC

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The Harborage at Ashley Marina is located within walking distance to nearby historic downtown Charleston. The Ashley Marina accommodates vessels up to 150 ft in length with approximately 235 convenient slips.  The project will include the demolition of the over the water existing diesel fuel system.  All fuel will be purged from the existing fuel piping and properly disposed. Existing meters will be removed and replaced with new state-of-the-art LC Marina fuel meters.  Future installation of  UL-971 2” double wall Brugg fuel piping will take place onshore and over the water. The new fuel distribution double wall piping will include the removal and replacement of the onshore valve sump, fixed dock valve sump, and the installation of new fiberglass watertight access sumps throughout the existing fuel system.

The fuel system design will follow PEI/RP-1000. The onshore access valve sump will contain a shutoff valve, breakaway valve and a liquid sump sensor to meet all mandated compliance requirements. The existing Veeder-root compliance monitoring system will be upgraded to maintain State of South Carolina environmental compliance.

When the repeat client met with our design staff, the client communicated to us what his goals where for his new system upgrade.  We listened.  A strict schedule, minimum down time, and continued access for slip holders to all amenities during construction.  The client has a state of the art facility that exceeded expectations that was within his budget.