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Pier Removal a Full Year Ahead of Schedule

Mukilteo, WA – Demolition of the existing pier is nearing completion; nearly a full year head of schedule. In a challenging construction climate where major infrastructure projects are more routinely seeking more time for completion, it’s a welcome report. “…they had exactly the right crew and equipment available at the right time,” says Nicole McIntosh who is […]

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Demolition Underway

Mukilteo, WA – A decade in the works, demolition began Thursday to make way for a new $129M ferry terminal in Mukilteo needed to improve safety and reduced traffic congestion; the current terminal sees the highest vehicle traffic of any terminal in the State. See full story here.  

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Sand Point Harbor

Sand Point, AK – Rehabilitation of the Robert E. Galovin Small Boat Harbor in Sand Point, AK is nearing completion. The harbor, in Alaska’ s Aleutians East Borough is set to have an official grand reopening in July. Click here to read the full article.

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ANB Harbor Replacement

Sitka, AK – In November, work began on Sitka’s ANB harbor to demolish all of the existing structures and replace them with new floats and pilings including more than 60 galvanized-steel pilings, ranging from 12 to 24 inches in diameter. In 2010, a pair of invasive tunicates – small marine invertebrates – was discovered in […]

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Entiat Park Boat Launch

Entiat, WA – Construction began September 9 for renovations of Entiat Park under the Chelan County PUD. Pacific Pile & Marine performed in-water work for replacing the boat launch including removal of old pile and installation new pile. Click here to read full article.

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Harper Pier Removal

Yukon Harbor, WA – Pacific Pile & Marine crew removed deck sections and railing into large pieces, hoisting them onto a barge. The Harper dock was built in the late 1800s to serve the small steamboats of Puget Sound. It was rebuilt in 1919 for car ferries, which used it until being shifted to nearby […]

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Former Scott Paper Mill Restoration

Anacortes, WA – In 2005, WA’s Governor and the state legislature created the Puget Sound Initiative to clean up, preserve and restore Puget Sound by 2020. The former Scott Paper Mill site in Anacortes was identified as a major project in the cleanup program. A comprehensive cleanup strategy was needed to address the site. For nearly 100 years, the […]

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Asarco Deconstruction

Ruston, WA – Pacific Pile & Marine removed thousands of toxic creosote pilings at the former Asarco smelter site. The EPA declared it a superfund site when the copper smelter shut down more than two decades ago. The 67 site overlooking Tacoma’s Commencement Bay was taken over by a private developer to construct homes, condos, a […]

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Seabeck Construction

Seabeck, WA – After five years of permitting, construction has begun on the new 200-slip Olympic View Marina.  The marina, which dates back to the 1800s, has been a landmark for generations. The new marina, which is being moved farther off-shore, will feature a filling station for boaters looking to top off their tank and much of the wood will […]

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