Manson gearing up for Season 2 of the Port of Alaska project

With the first season of work completed by subcontractors Granite Construction and Condon-Johnson & Associates, Inc., Manson prepares for Season 2 at the Port of Alaska.

Photo courtesy of Alex Herlant—HDR Engineering

A high priority for the Municipality of Anchorage, which owns and operates the Port of Alaska (the Port), the North Extension Stabilization Step 1 (NES-1) project is part of the Port’s 10-year Modernization Program, which aims to replace the aging marine structures and related infrastructure to support commercial and military vessels that serve and protect the state of Alaska.

The Manson project team will stabilize a vital section of the Port’s North Extension with ground improvements, removal of an existing sheet pile wall, excavation, placement of rock, and dredging more than a million cubic yards (CY) of material to realign the shoreline.

To get the full story on the NES-1 design-build project in Anchorage, read the “Stabilizing the Future at the Port of Alaska” article on Manson blog.