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Colman Dock Phase 3

Colman Dock is about to enter Phase 3 of construction involving demolition of the existing terminal building. Once demolished, PPM will remove the existing timber dock below and install new steel piling involving a temporary trestle. Once piling is driven, cast-in-place concrete poured, and precast concrete panels set, the new terminal building will be built.

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Colman Dock Slip 3

10-ft 6-in diameter steel piling installed at Slip 3 followed by rebar cages.

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T18/T46 Ship-to-Shore Container Cranes Removed

Pacific Pile & Marine has successfully completed our 3rd main tower pick of 285 tons to remove the last of the 50-foot gauge ship-to-shore (STS) container cranes from Terminal 18 and Terminal 46 in the North Harbor. The four cranes were manufactured by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, Ltd. (IHI). On-site disassembly was performed utilizing the 1,000-ton […]

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World’s Longest Floating Bridge Wins Engineering Award

Seattle, WA

The SR 520 Floating Bridge was awarded the 2017 Grand Conceptor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) which is one of the country’s highest engineering awards. The award was presented to the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) at ACEC’s annual conference held in Washington D.C. in recognition for the nation’s best […]

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2017 AGC Build WA Award Winner

Seattle, WA

The SR 525 Mukilteo Ferry Terminal – Tank Farm Pier Demolition and Dredging project was selected for the 2017 AGC Build Washington Award for Heavy/Industrial construction of $5,000,000-$20,000,000. AGC of Washington’s annual Build Washington Awards program recognizes the outstanding performance of AGC members. Demolition of the former U.S. Department of Defense Fuel Supply Point Facility […]

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PPM Civil Constructors

Vancouver, BC

PPM Civil Constructors and Pacific Pile & Marine are hosting a booth at the 2017 Dredging Summit and Expo in Vancouver, B.C. Jun-26-29. We hope to see you there!

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Water Water Everywhere

Ione, WA

Installation of an engineered cofferdam at Box Canyon faced many hurdles including record low and high temperatures and water levels. Despite the many hurdles, the structure was successfully installed without incident by the skilled efforts of the PPM crew. If you look hard, you can just make out the cofferdam. All of our hard work […]

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PPMCC is Here

Vancouver, BC

PPMCC is here and ready to help build the future of Canadian marine infrastructure.

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A Tale of Two Cities

Langley, BC

PPM Civil Constructors, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pacific Pile & Marine, has officially opened an office in British Columbia. PPM Civil is headquartered at: 8661 201st Street, 2nd Floor Langley, British Columbia V2Y 0G9, Canada PPM Civil Constructors was established to allow us to more effectively deliver heavy civil and marine infrastructure to Western Canada. Our […]

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PPMCC Area Manager

Langley, BC

PPM Civil Constructors has hired a seasoned area manager to oversee market expansion into Western Canada. Eric Sardoma has 26 years of extensive experience in managing and constructing deep drilled shafts, driven piles, dredging, cofferdam sheet piling and deep ground improvement/soil stabilization, such as concrete caissons, stone columns, marine micropiles, and rock sockets) from conceptual […]

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