WSF replaced a timber offshore landing device with a standard steel device.
The new steel landing device will be more reliable and last for several decades thus ensuring safe, predictable and reliable ferry service to Edmonds.
| Protects Environment
Crews removed the creosote timber piles which can be dangerous to aquatic life.
| Economic Incentive
The new landing device will last more than 50 years.
Partnerships & Cooperation
Contractor Northwest Marine Construction completed this work.
Budget: $1.6 million
WSF Construction Project Engineer John Callahan
WSF Communications Manager Joy Goldenberg
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