Terminal 30 Upgrade, Port of Seattle - Seattle, Wash.
The 43-acre Terminal 30 Upgrade project included relocation of the Cruise Ship operation, and returning the terminal to its original function as a container terminal. General's contract was to strengthen the existing concrete wharf in preparation to receive new container cranes. The 1,545 LF dock was upgraded using 166 new concrete piles that support a new waterside crane rail beam. In addition a 1,417 LF sheet pile wall and concrete cap were constructed to support the landside crane rail beam. Approximately, 59,000 cubic yards of material was clam shell dredged to provide -50 feet MLLW throughout the berth. The Cruise Building and associated covered walkway, Auto Import Office and two Security Guard Shacks were demolished while the Longshoremans Building and Crane Shop were remodeled with two additional restrooms built. New buildings included a Guard Shack and Trouble Service Kiosk. A new container trucking gate system with eight truck scales and two emergency bypass lanes were also built.