Port of Juneau Cruise Ship Berths

Juneau, Alaska 2014 - 2017

Wilson Engineering teamed with PND Engineers to provide project management, contract administration, inspection and materials testing for the construction of two new cruise ship mooring berths on the downtown waterfront capable of accommodating New Panamax-sized ships. The project includes offshore mooring and breasting dolphins, two pile supported approach docks, large floating concrete pontoons, pontoon restraint dolphins, fendering systems, two steel transfer bridges and landings, five gangways, ten catwalks, mooring float, navigation boom, 48” diameter and smaller steel pipe piles with assorted pile tips, rock anchors, rock sockets and anodes. The work also includes water, sewer and fire suppression systems, power and lighting, waste water utility enclosure, and upland improvements. The project began in 2014 with the construction of the large concrete pontoons in the Seattle, Washington area. On-site work began in September, 2015 for the south berth during the 2015/2016 cruise ship off-season and for the north berth during the 2016/2017 off-season.

Scheduled project completion in May, 2017. Construction Budget: $54 million