The City of Port Washington wanted to upgrade and expand it's existing marina. The original pile-supported slips in the City's existing recreational marina were in disrepair and utility services were sub-standard and did not satisfy the demands of today’s boaters.
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Port Washington, Wisconsin
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The rehabilitation of the marina included a new floating dockage system. The project involved demolition of a pile-supported dockage system and the construction of the new dockage system serving 207 recreational craft. Highlights include:
- New concrete-decked floating dockage system
- Marina-wide utilities including electrical, water and fire protection systems,
- New fuel pier and dockside sanitary pump-out system.
- Maintain slip availability to all marina patrons during the boating season to maintain revenue generation.
- Reduce the costs involved with the anchorage system.
- Minimize the cost of the fuel pier replacement.
- The basin was de-iced during winter months to allow for off-season removal and replacement the dockage system.
- The dockage layout design incorporated pre-existing piles into the new anchorage design to increase the number of slips and revenue generation.
- The pile-supported fuel pier was replaced with a new floating fuel pier, integrating full-service transient boat slips into the design.