Port of Hueneme, Ship-to-Shore Power Retrofit

Project overview

Vanir provided project management services for the Port of Hueneme Ship-to-Shore Power Retrofit project. Our services included owner representation, schedule analysis, tenant coordination and monthly project status reporting to the Oxnard Harbor District to facilitate on-time installation and activation of shore power infrastructure. We provided constructability review, bid document review and value engineering services.

The work was performed on an active Port terminal and included:

  • Construction of a temporary K-rail barrier and fence; best management practices (BMP) and debris collection measures for wharf work
  • Installation of District-procured, medium-voltage shore power substations (16.9 kilovolt (kV)/6.6 kV) and switchgear (16.9 kV) equipment and assemblies
  • Construction of substations, electrical feeders, underground duct banks, manholes and conduits/containment
  • Construction of shore power outlet vaults and assemblies
  • Commissioning of shore-to-ship power systems
  • Construction/installation of conduit supports (trapeze) under wharf
  • Testing and startup of electrical system; duct bank trenching, asphalt concrete paving removal and replacement; utility relocation, demolition and construction; and demolition and construction of associated civil and structural works
  • Removal of temporary BMP measures, fencing, K-rail barrier and debris collection measures
Port of Hueneme, California
Port of Hueneme Oxnard Harbor District

KPFF Consulting Engineers

P2S Engineering, Inc.


Sully-Miller Contracting Co.

Construction Cost
$11.75 Million
Start Date
Completion Date