A key anchor for the Port’s Fisherman’s Harbor development.
Making 70 Look Young Again
A 1940s bulkhead for the next generation.
Paving the way for something better. Part of a multi-year recapitalization plan to renovate the marina facilities over the next 30 years, the construction of Segment C bulkhead was a major requirement for Fisherman’s Harbor, which is the first phase of the Port’s large scale development called Waterfront Place Central. Reid Middleton provided planning, design, permitting, and construction administration assistance services for the renovation of the more than 70-year-old bulkhead structure as well as renovation of the oldest section of the Port’s marina with demolition of old floating docks and construction of a new state-of-the-art dock system for floating boathouses. The work was done in conjunction with a cleanup and redevelopment of a former shipyard and industrial area into a mixed-use waterfront redevelopment. Reid Middleton provided alternatives analysis, phasing plans to coordinate continued operation, and accommodation of all the existing vessels and boathouses during construction, with the boathouses relocated on a new concrete floating dock designed just for boathouses.