SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE DOCK FACILITY

The new Dock Facility on the Smithsonian Marine Station (SMS) in Fort Pierce, Florida consists of approximately 186 LF of marine dock constructed of 8-foot wide timber and supported by 12-inch diameter wood piles. Also included is a fiberglass finger pier with a 10-foot by 56-foot timber tree docking area. Power, water and telephone services to the end of the docking facilities were also installed.

FLA communicated with the Owner’s designated representatives at both the local Research Station and the Washington, D.C. office, regarding all matters during the construction project.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE DOCK FACILITY

Ft. Pierce, Florida

Scope:

The new Dock Facility on the Smithsonian Marine Station (SMS) in Fort Pierce, Florida consists of approximately 186 LF of marine dock constructed of 8-foot wide timber and supported by 12-inch diameter wood piles. Also included is a fiberglass finger pier with a 10-foot by 56-foot timber tree docking area. Power, water and telephone services to the end of the docking facilities were also installed.

 

FLA communicated with the Owner’s designated representatives at both the local Research Station and the Washington, D.C. office, regarding all matters during the construction project.