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P54 Does it Again

Seattle, WA

Ivar’s flagship location along the Seattle waterfront received an extensive seismic overhaul and interior renovation to reflect its standing as a historical fixture along the seawall. The project won several awards including the most recent, Retail Development of the Year. The renovation of the landmark Pier 54 and Ivar’s iconic restaurant, Acres of Clams and […]

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2016 Environmental Award Winner

Seattle, WA

WSDOT issues annual environmental awards to inspire and recognize outstanding achievement in environmental stewardship. The SR 525 Mukilteo Ferry Terminal – Tank Farm Pier Demolition and Dredging project for the Washington State Ferries received an Environmental Excellence Award in recognition of improved marine habitat using innovative methods. Below is a set of photos showing the before […]

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Dredging at Cap Sante Marina

Environmental dredging is scheduled to begin mid November at the Cap Sante Marina. Vessels moored at the northern docks at the Port of Anacortes have been moved in anticipation of the working consisting of dredging and dock repairs. Dredging will begin at M dock and progress east to N and O docks. Testing results determined […]

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Adding Value in a Hard Bid Market

Pacific Pile & Marine was recently named apparent low bidder on the Portage Cove Harbor Expansion project. The Haines Borough staff say they are pleasantly surprised by bids for construction on the first phase of the small boat harbor expansion. “We thought we had about $15 million for construction. Pacific Pile came in with all the […]

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ENR NW Award of Merit

Seattle, WA

Engineering News Record selected one of Pacific Pile & Marine’s waterfront projects for an ENR Northwest’s Regional Best Project. Pier 54 Piling and Apron Replacement project was selected for an Award of Merit in the Small Project (under $10M) category. Pacific Pile & Marine will be receiving the award on December-13, at the W Seattle […]

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1 Million Hours

Seattle, WA

The Elliott Bay Seawall Project team surpassed the One Million Hour mark without a lost time injury. An incredible feat. The GC/CM project for Seattle’s Department of Transportation is the reconstruction of the City of Seattle’s downtown Elliott Bay Seawall from S. Washington Street to the southern edge of Pier 63 Aquarium, consisting of constructing […]

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Massey Creek Floodwall

Des Moines, WA

Congratulations to the Pacific Pile & Marine crew for successful completion of the Massey Creek Floodwall. They overcame difficult driving conditions, tight access, and material challenges to complete a quality product safely and on budget.

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Ketchikan Dam

Ketchikan, AK

Work is underway on a dam project located on Revillagigedo Island at the head of Carroll Inlet to increase hydroelectric lake storage. Water levels had to be lowered in order to access the work area. The Swan Lake Hydroelectric Facility is a 22 MW facility with a concrete thin arch dam, intake, tunnel, penstock and […]

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What Do Runners Eat Before a Race?

Seattle, WA

What do runners eat before a race? Nothing…they fast…Jokes aside, Saturday, May-14 was the 34th Annual Beat the Bridge to Beat Diabetes is a fundraiser for JDRF. This year’s route was slightly different with the completion of the University Link Light Rail overpass. It was a special year, as one of PPM’s own by extension was […]

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Rapid Load Testing at T5

Seattle, WA

Rapid load testing is being performed as a component of the Terminal 5 Test Pile Program. Learn more about it from the Port of Seattle here: Rapid Load Testing.

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