ASCE COPRI Seattle Dinner Meeting - September 25, 2019
Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal Project (Mukilteo, WA)
Washington State Ferries (WSF) is relocating the existing Mukilteo Ferry Terminal approximately one half mile east of its current location. The project will improve ferry operations, improve pedestrian and vehicle safety, provide multimodal connectivity, and allow WSF to accommodate a significant increase in future travel demands.
Along with relocating the terminal, the footprint of the new terminal will expand from less than 2 acres to approximately 10 acres, requiring significant roadway components, three building structures, and overwater/in-water marine structures, all built upon an abandoned US Navy fuel tank farm facility site.
This presentation will provide a project overview and describe key design elements. It will also include a discussion of Concrete Filled Steel Tubes (CFST) with fixed pile heads, which were used to minimize the lateral spreading induced displacements on the marine structures.
Dan Alire, PE, SE, PMP
Associate, KPFF Consulting Engineers
Dan Alire managed the consultant design team for the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal as the Prime Consultant to WSF. Over his 16 years of experience he has led and designed a variety of projects, include marine facilities for WSF and the US Navy, roadway projects for WSDOT, light rail tunnel stations for Sound Transit, and a variety of building projects for various public and private clients.
Mirabella Seattle (View)
116 Fairview Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
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