The Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal project includes the construction of a new ferry terminal and demolition of the existing ferry terminal, including both marine and landslide work. The $190 million new facility will be built near the existing facility. Washington State Ferries (WSF) intends to operate the existing ferry terminal until the agency opens the new facility for revenue service. WSF completed Phase 1 construction to remove the tank farm pier and perform dredging at the new pier location. Phase 2 work includes on-shore construction of three new buildings, toll booths, a trestle to the new pier, as well as parking, storage lanes, access roads, walkaways, car/bus pick-up, and drop-off points, and a walkway connection to the Sounder commuter rail station. Phase 2 also includes work in the water for the new ferry dock, trestle support structures, and fishing pier, as well as demolition of the existing terminal facility. Federal funding for the project includes a TIGER 7 Grant.
KKCS facilitated a scheduling workshop for WSF regarding the use of a master schedule for project management and a Buy America workshop to explain how to appropriate FTA Buy America requirements to heavy civil construction projects. KKCS reviewed and prepared reports for FTA regarding WSF’s Project Management Plan, technical capacity and capability of the WSF management team, quality assurance/quality control program, capital cost estimate, project schedule review, and recurring oversight and related reports (periodic, trip, quarterly, final) that covers design and construction issues, safety and security status, cost and schedule attainment, and testing, commissioning, and integration of the power, communications, and related systems.
Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
Program/Project Management Oversight