The Steamship Authority has just released the latest update on their Woods Hole Ferry Terminal Reconstruction Project, saying that Jay Cashman, Inc. continues to work on the temporary dolphins.
The pile driving for the temporary dolphins has been completed and Cashman has begun welding the frames together. Cashman also continued work on the passenger platforms between Slips 1 and 2.
The site contractor excavated about 700 tons of contaminated materials, according to the update.
This week, Cashman will continue welding work on the temporary dolphins and attach the existing fender panels. After this work is completed, Cashman’s barge will be moved out of Slip 1.
“Cashman will also continue work on the passenger ramp installation, including the platform, gangway extensions, ramps and guardrails. We hope to have all of that work completed by May 12th,” said the Authority.
This week, the site contractor will excavate additional contaminated soils in the area where an oil tank had been buried, and transport this material offsite at an approved disposal facility. The site contractor will also be removing debris from the site that was excavated for the temporary dolphins.