Stuntzner Engineering worked in conjunction with subcontractor URS Corp. to construct a new 4-mile rail spur for the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay. URS provided primary rail specifications and design elements, and quality assurance review during construction.
This project demonstrates successful partnering of local coordination with outside technical expertise to provide the Port of Coos Bay with a local project constructed along large rail company-preferred standards.
- Three public rail crossings
- A minor bridge
- Replacement of over 1,500 feet 12 inch water line and tying into an existing rail
- Wetland delineation and mitigation
- Miscellaneous permitting.
Project was completed within budget and requested timeframe. The Port was also able to secure Stuntzner’s longer life, preferred contstruction alternative thanks to the efforts of the project design team and Knife River, the construction contractor.