Clover Island Marina

Location: Kennewick
General contractor: Advanced American Construction
Owner/developer: Port of Kennewick
Engineer: PND Engineers
Contract amount: $8.6 million

Photo courtesy of Advanced American Construction
The docks at the new Clover Island Marina in Kennewick have a galvanized structural steel covered moorage.

Advanced American Construction renovated the Clover Island Marina into a state-of-the-art facility. A key element of the Port of Kennewick’s redevelopment plans, the new marina has revitalized the whole island.

The project included removing the existing marina and replacing it with new moorage structures. The existing marina was 91,500 square feet and had 131 boat slips. The marina and boathouse docks were removed during the construction phases.

The new marina consists of three docks for permanent moorage and one dock for transient moorage for a total of 108,000 square feet and 150 boat slips. The docks have a galvanized structural steel covered moorage.

Each boat slip has 30/50 amp power service pedestals, potable water, dock boxes and overhead fire sprinklers. This is the first marina in Washington and Oregon with this type of system.

“This was a well-managed project with many benefits to the community and environment,” noted the judges. The judges also were impressed with the accelerated project schedule, which allowed the port to lease marina space six months earlier than anticipated.

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