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Jan14

Terminal 5 Berth Modernization

Seattle, WA - This month, Pacific Pile & Marine crews are beginning work on a $4M Test Pile Program at the Port of Seattle's Terminal 5. This project is an effort to provide better information to assist with the design for upgrades to accommodate heavier cranes and provide deeper drafts for larger vessels involved in TransPacific trade.

Test results will help determine the number and depth of piles required for improvements at the Port and could save the project $250M. About 27 piles 113-ft ot 178-ft in length will be installed at the edge of the Terminal 5 wharf under

Jan01

40 Marine Contractors

Seattle, WA - Pacific Pile & Marine was featured in this month's issue of Pile Buck. Read full story here.

Oct01

Works on Water for World’s Largest Floating Bridge

Seattle, WA - Pacific Pile & Marine was feature in this month's edition of Pacific Building & Engineer covering the SR 520 Montlake to Evergreen Pt. Bridge West Approach Bridge North for the world's largest floating bridge. Read the full story here.

Oct01

Market Driven

Seattle, WA - Pacific Pile & Marine was featured in this month's edition of Construction Today. The focus was largely on our success along the waterfront in a rebounding marketplace. Read full article here.

Aug06

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.

 

Aug26

Stadium Place West

Seattle, WA - Construction on the Stadium Place's West Tower, known as Nolo, was completed by JTM Construction. Pacific Pile & Marine performed the concrete pile foundation for the structure. The project was constricted with very limited laydown and numerous contractors requiring careful coordination and sequencing of the work. Click here for full article.

Jul07

We’ve Moved

Anchorage, AK - Pacific Pile & Marine is moving offices from: 620 East Whitney Road, Suite B to: 207 East Northern Lights Blvd, Suite 125. We look forwarding to you stopping by.

Jul04

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.

Jun16

AGC Top Performer

Seattle, WA - Since day one, PPM's commitment to safety has been our cornerstone. In turn, PPM was named one of AGC's 2013 Top 10 EMR’s at 0.60. Click here to read full article.

Apr03

Oso Mudslide

Oso, WA - On Saturday, March 22, a major mudslide occurred 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Oso, Washington, when a portion of an unstable hill collapsed, sending mud and debris across the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River, engulfing a rural neighborhood, and covering an area of approximately 1 square mile (2.6 km2) killing at least 42 people. On April 3, the mudslide was declared a major disaster by President Barack Obama. Pacific Pile & Marine donated supplies and equipment to assist with clearing the debris. Click here to see photos.

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