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Central Marina Improvements Phase 3

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Project Title 
Central Marina Improvements Phase 3

Strategic Initiative
Waterfront Place

Project Location Map 
An aerial view of the Port's Central Marina highlighting the future changes and reorganization of the area.
The Central Marina Improvements project is intended to provide upgrades to our in-water infrastructure, and maintenance dredging to allow adequate draft for marina boaters.

In detail, Guest Dock 5 will parallel the Port’s new bulkheads and Fisherman’s Harbor esplanade, tying into the existing K-Dock gatehouse. Current P dock will be relocated and placed on the south side of Seiner Wharf and will be called L-Dock. A work float currently in the North Marina will be re-purposed as an activity float, and tied next to Guest Dock 5.  New K-Dock will have 70-foot finger floats on the east side of the dock, and side-tie berths on the west. Marina basin maintenance dredging will also take place, ensuring adequate draft depths for the Port’s docks and fairway depths for boaters.

Desired Outcome
A well-maintained marina with sufficient draft, as well as new dock space allowing additional moorage and recreational opportunities.

On Sept. 11, 2018, the Port of Everett Commission awarded American Construction Company, Inc., the public works contract to complete the Central Marina Improvements, Phase 3 project. The Port has acquired all in-water project permits, including the Army Corps of Engineers permits for L-Dock, maintenance dredging, K-Dock and Guest Dock 5. The project is expected to be completed in spring 2019.  

Project Cost 
Approximately $6.5 million.

Artist Renderings
WFP_Fisherman's Harbor_Pacific Rim Plaza

Project Manager
Brandon Whitaker