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Washington Waterfront & Marina

Washington, North Carolina

City of Washington

Bobby Roberson, Teresa Hamilton & Phillip Mobley

Project Engineer: J.W. (Bill) Forman, Jr., P.E.

Project Highlights

  • Phases 1 & 2 - 48 slips 35 to 80 feet
  • Total slips – 106 all phases
  • Project competed within City's budget and on schedule in time for Summer Festival event
  • Bulkhead rehab and waterfront promenade
  • Inspected original bulkhead structure
  • Fixed heavy timber dock construction
  • Completed boating traffic study as part of permitting phase
  • Coordinated for relocation of navigation channel
  • Wastewater disposal pumpout tied to city sewer system
  • Realigned Stewart Parkway
  • Provided event power along Stewart Parkway
  • Constructed in flood hazard area
  • Relocation of federal channel required for Phase 1 and Phase 3 projects
  • Environmental Assessments for initial 48 slips and Phase 3 expansion
  • Marine power systems
  • Designed timber walkway and railings for N. C. Estuarium waterfront
  • Ferry landing dock, mooring dolphins & power
  • Included low freeboard small craft floating access dock
  • Phase I funded by CAMA grant
  • Phase 2 funding facilitated by Clean Water Trust Fund funding for downtown storm water treatment system
Urban design by Allison Platt & Associates