Loafer Point Stage II Boat Ramp Facility

The Loafer Point Stage II Boat Ramp Facility increases the boat launching capacity at Lake Oroville by adding a 4-acre parking lot leading to an 835′ long, 6-lane boat ramp, which can be accessed when lake levels are at or below 805′ elevation. Odin’s scope of work includes cut to fill and finish grading of approximately 140,000 cubic yards (CY) to create the subgrade for parking lot and ramp construction and to support placement of approximately 5,400 CY of concrete hardscape.

Project Details

Client
Department of Water Resources
Location
Oroville, California
Start Date
November 2020
End Date
March 2021
Service
Geotechnical Construction
Performed As
Prime

Project Highlights

  • Excavation of 140,000 CY cut to fill
  • Hardscape construction included forming and placement of approximately 5,400 CY of 4,000 psi concrete with 408,000 pounds of reinforcing steel underlain by 6400 tons of drain rock and nearly 8000 tons of aggregate base
  • The final product is a showcase six-lane wide, 835′ long v-grooved boat ramp extending to elevation 705′ which is accessed by a finished and striped 4 acre parking facility with 180 trailered parking spaces