We have been in business for over 100
years and have the experience, equipment capability, and subcontractor relationships to perform any marine construction project. In fact, chances are that we have already performed a project similar to the one our clients are considering.
Several of our management team have their PE licenses and give us and an edge on engineering capabilities. Most of our projects require engineering on the job to help our team to come up with more efficient ways of performing our work. These engineering capabilities give us an edge on design build projects as well.
Safety is our primary focus of our company and we take it very seriously. Our Managers, Project Superintendents, Project Engineers, and Foreman have all completed many of the following courses:
- Corps Construction Quality Management for Contractors Course
- OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Training Program
- First Aid Training, CPR/AED Training
- Boating Safety Course
As contractor with the Corps, we have written and follow our Accident Prevention Plans prepared pursuant to the Corps Safety and Health Requirements Manual, EM 385-1-1, and are prepared to follow the updated version that has recently been implemented
National security is a concern of our modern day. All of our employees have obtained their TWIC cards for restricted government areas.
Engineering News Record
Top 600 Specialty Contractor of 2013
American Society of Civil Engineers
Outstanding Minor Project of the Year
Port of Seattle
Certificate of Accomplishment
Maintaining "Zero Injury" Resolution
Associated General Contractors of Washington