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Building a New Neighborhood on the Water’s Edge

Port Gardner Wharf

Hoffman has completed four different phases of an ambitious project aimed to create a new mixed-use neighborhood where an industrial site and marina one stood. Scope has included infrastructure work, including early site preparation, paving, dewatering, contaminated soil removal and remediation, new roads, deconstructing a historical building, boat wash treatment improvements, and improvements to several Port owned buildings.

This massive undertaking jump-started the transformation of an antiquated 65-acre marina and light industrial site into a new mixed-use neighborhood with residential, commercial, and recreational components. Hoffman has completed four different phases of the project. Scope consisted of infrastructure work, including early site preparation, paving, dewatering, contaminated soil removal and remediation, new roads, deconstructing a historical building, boat wash treatment improvements and improvements to several Port owned buildings, all while keeping the large recreational and commercial boating facility in full operation. We worked with geotechnical engineers to develop pre-loading strategies and optimal shoring solutions for new structures and road systems. Hoffman also renovated a concrete warehouse as a mixed-use office and retail building. Delivering the project meant completing a challenging renovation on tidally-influenced soil close to the water’s edge.

Contract Type

CMGC, GMP

Client

Port of Everett

Architect

GGLO

Location

Everett, WA

Year

2010

Price

$180,000,000

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