WSF improved safety at the Lopez Island ferry terminal by rehabilitating its existing timber floating wingwalls. Wingwalls are v-shaped structures used to guide slowing ferry boats safely into the landing docks.
The timber floating wingwalls were nearing the end of their usable lives. Crews rehabilitated the structures, adding another 20 years to the wingwalls' usable lives and ensuring they can continue to perform their essential function of slowing, guiding and centering ferries as they come to a stop at the landing dock.
Partnerships & Cooperation
Contractor Razz Construction completed this work.
WSF Construction Project Engineer John Callahan
WSF Communications Manager Joy Goldenberg
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