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Haines Borough AK : Portage Cove Harbor Expansion Weekly Project Updates

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08/18/2017 | 03:12am CEST

In an effort to keep the public informed with regard to the Portage Cove Harbor Expansion Project, we will be providing weekly updates:

August 17, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Contractor Pacific Pile & Marine is planning to start early for low tides. Their plan is to start work at 6:00 a.m. on August 19 through August 24.

August 3, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Contractor Pacific Pile & Marine is planning to start early for next week's low tides. Their plan is to start dredging and/or armor rock placement operations beginning at 6:00 a.m. on Sunday, August 6th, through Wednesday, August 9th.

Week of July 17 - July 23, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing harbor dredging the week of July 17th, 2017. Our dredging operations will be working south of the harbor. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment near the harbor while we are working. The Transient Float (F Float) is open for small craft moorage. The Seaplane Float has been pulled off the Transient Float and will remain closed for use until August. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe.

Vessels are encouraged to contact PPM if there are any questions with where to navigate. PPM can be reached on VHF channel 19. As always, harbor staff can be reached on channel 12 and 16.

Operations are 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the harbormaster, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

Week of June 26 - July 2, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing harbor dredging the week of June 26th, 2017. Our dredging operations will be working south of the harbor. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment near the harbor while we are working. The Transient Float (F Float) has been reinstalled and is open for small craft moorage. The Seaplane Float has been pulled off the Transient Float and will remain closed for use until August. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe.

Vessels are encouraged to contact PPM if there are any questions with where to navigate. PPM can be reached on VHF channel 19. As always, harbor staff can be reached on channel 12 and 16.

Operations are 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the harbormaster, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

Week of June 19 - 25, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing harbor dredging the week of June 19th, 2017. Our dredging operations will be working south of the harbor. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment near the harbor while we are working. The Transient Float (F Float) has been reinstalled and is open for small craft moorage. The Seaplane Float has been pulled off the Transient Float and will remain closed for use until August. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe.

Vessels are encouraged to contact PPM if there are any questions with where to navigate. PPM can be reached on VHF channel 19. As always, harbor staff can be reached on channel 12 and 16.

Operations are 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the harbormaster, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

Week of May 29 - June 4, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing harbor dredging the week of May 29th, 2017. Our dredging operations will be working south of the harbor. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment near the harbor while we are working. The Transient Float (F Float) has been reinstalled and is open for small craft moorage. The Seaplane Float has been pulled off the Transient Float and will remain closed for use until August. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe.

Vessels are encouraged to contact PPM if there are any questions with where to navigate. PPM can be reached on VHF channel 19. As always, harbor staff can be reached on channel 12 and 16.

Operations are 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the harbormaster, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

Week of May 21 - 28, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing harbor dredging the week of May 21st, 2017. Our dredging operations will be working south of the harbor. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment near the harbor while we are working. The Transient Float (F Float) has been reinstalled and is open for moorage. The Seaplane Float has been pulled off the Transient Float and will remain closed for use until August. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe.

Vessels are encouraged to contact PPM if there are any questions with where to navigate. PPM can be reached on VHF channel 19. As always, harbor staff can be reached on channel 12 and 16.

Operations are 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the harbormaster, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

May 13th, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing inner harbor dredging the week of May 14th, 2017. Inner harbor dredging will be wrapping up and C float will also be opening back up for moorage this week. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment in the harbor while we are working. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe. Our dredging operations will be working around the south of the harbor. PPM will also work on the new sewer outfall and will be placing material upon the newly placed outfall. PPM also intends to reinstall the transient float so please be mindful of the reinstalled float.

Week of April 22 - 28, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing inner harbor dredging the week of April 22, 2017. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment in the harbor while we are working. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe. Our operations will be working west of B Float, near the Fuel Float, and around the entrance of the harbor breakwater. The Transient Float (F Float) and gangway have been temporarily removed until late April. PPM will finish excavating the sewer outfall trench east of the harbor. Please take caution of the heavy equipment during excavation. PPM will also be installing and testing the HDPE outfall pipe. This pipe (several hundred feet long) will be towed from Lutak Dock to the Port Chilkoot Dock. We request everyone to be mindful of this work and steer clear of our towing, installing, and testing of the HDPE sewer outfall. Be aware the HDPE sewer pipe will be floating and is difficult to spot. During installation of the pipe, we ask that all vessels entering or exiting the harbor proceed north of PPM operations. The sewer outfall will be installed just south of the harbor entrance. Please contact us on Channel 19 during the outfall installation operations if you have questions on how to navigate past.

Vessels are encouraged to contact PPM if there are any questions with where to navigate. PPM can be reached on VHF channel 19. As always, harbor staff can be reached on channel 12 and 16.

Operations are 7 days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the acting facilities director, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

Week of April 15 - 21, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing inner harbor dredging the week of April 15, 2017. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment in the harbor while we are working. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe. Our operations will be working west of B Float, near the Fuel Float, and around the entrance of the harbor breakwater. The Transient Float (F Float) and gangway have been temporarily removed until late April. PPM will also be excavating the sewer outfall trench east of the harbor. Please take caution of the heavy equipment during excavation. We ask that mariners keep a wide berth from this operation as well for everyone's safety. Please be mindful of Floating HDPE outfall pipe north of Lutak Dock and be aware that this pipe is in the water and is difficult to spot.

If communication is necessary while navigating around equipment, PPM can be reached on VHF channel 19. As always, harbor staff can be reached on channel 12 and 16.

Operations are seven days a week, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the acting facilities director, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

Week of April 8 - 14, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing inner harbor dredging the week of April 8, 2017. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment in the harbor while we are working. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe. Our operations will be working west of B Float, near the Fuel Float, and around the entrance of the harbor breakwater. The Transient Float (F Float) and gangway have been temporarily removed until late April. PPM will also be excavating the sewer outfall trench east of the harbor. Please take caution of the heavy equipment during excavation. We also ask that mariners keep a wide berth from this operation as well for everyone's safety. Please be mindful of Floating HDPE outfall pipe north of Lutak Dock and be aware that this pipe is in the water and is difficult to spot.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the acting facilities director, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

Week of April 1 - 8, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing inner harbor dredging the week of April 1, 2017. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment in the harbor while we are working. We ask you to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe. Our operations will be working west of B Float and near and around the fuel float. The Transient Float (F Float) and gangway have been temporarily removed until late April. PPM will also be north of Lutak Dock constructing long section of HDPE sewer outfall pipe. This will be moved south of the harbor for testing and storage. Please be mindful of the floating HDPE outfall which has concrete anchors attached. This pipe is in the water and is difficult to spot. The HDPE outfall will be towed to the harbor from Lutak Dock. In-water and uplands trenching for the sewer outfall pipe placement will also be happening southeast of the harbor later in the week. Please take caution of the heavy equipment during excavation and we ask that everyone keeps a wide berth from these operations, for everyone's safety.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the acting facilities director, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

Week of March 26 - April 1, 2017
Portage Cove Harbor Expansion

Pacific Pile & Marine will be continuing inner harbor dredging the week of March 26, 2017. Please be mindful of the heavy equipment in the harbor while we are working. We ask everyone to keep a wide berth from our operations so that PPM and the public stay safe. Our operations will be working west of B Float and near and around the fuel float. The Transient Float (F Float) and gangway have been temporarily removed until late April. PPM will also be north of Lutak Dock constructing long section of HDPE pipe. Please be aware that this pipe is in water and is difficult to spot at any speed or distance. Please take caution if you are near operations of HDPE construction.

Any question or concerns can be directed to the acting facilities director, Shawn Bell, at 907-314-0173.

The Haines Harbor Department would like to alert the public that construction on the Portage Cove Harbor Expansion project is underway, and the gravel parking lot adjacent to the harbor is closed to pedestrian traffic. The project may be viewed from Lookout Park..

Haines Borough, AK published this content on 17 August 2017 and is solely responsible for the information contained herein.
Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 18 August 2017 01:11:01 UTC.

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