Chris Mansour PE


Special Projects - Long Beach, CA

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    Chris is a Project Manager and Civil Engineer of the Long Beach office of KPFF. Chris has over 25 years of experience as a civil engineer and has spent the last 20 years of his career focused on the design and construction of waterfront facilities. Chris brings a background of both practical hands on construction and constructability knowledge to the team. Over the years Chris has the opportunity to work on many projects that require daily out-of-the-box thinking that have honed his skills in developing creative solutions to obstacles. Chris’s experience includes the design and inspection of seawalls, piers, wharves, floating structures, terminal planning, facilities, rail, forensic engineering and investigations, building design, process piping, pedestrian and bike trail design, and other unique and challenging projects.

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    B.S. Civil Engineering, California State University Fullerton


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    Project Experience

    Alameda Marina
    Carrier Canal Bridge Evaluation
    Design Review, Multiple Projects, Port of Long Beach
    Fire Station 15 Value Engineering Study, Port of Long Beach
    High Speed Ferry Relocation, Port of San Diego
    Molina Health Care Evaluation
    NASSCO, Multiple Projects
    Pedestrian, Bike and Equestrian Trails, multiple projects
    Port of Hueneme Shore Power
    Port of LA Maritime Museum
    SA Recycling, CA
    Brenntag-Pacific Chemical Blending and Distribution, Multiple Locations
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    Civil Engineer: CA
    Professional Engineer: TX
    Professional Engineer, Civil: WA

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    American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

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    Blog Articles/Publications

    “Unique Cold Ironing Applications,” ASCE Ports 2016 Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana

    “City of San Clemente Coastal Trail,” ASCE Ports 2010 Conference, Jacksonville, FL

    “Analysis, Design and Construction of the Supporting Structure and Wharf Retrofit for a New Shiploader at the Port of Long Beach, California,” ASCE Ports 2004 Conference, Houston, TX

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