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Mukilteo Ferry Terminal (Phase 2) Ferry Terminal Construction

Mukilteo, WA


    • Demolition of existing terminal
    • New marine terminal construction
    • Passenger overhead loading system (OHL)
    • Vehicle transfer span (VTS)


    2022 | AGC of Washington | Build Washington Award: Construction Excellence
    2022 | AGC of Washington | Build Washington Award: Grand Award
    2021 | Washington Dept. of Transportation | Excellence in Contract Administration
    2021 | ENR Northwest | Regional Best Project: Airport/Transit Category


The Mukilteo Ferry Terminal (Phase 2) Marine Structures project is the first new terminal in 40 years for the country’s largest ferry system. SR525 serves as a key Puget Sound transportation link for the public to Whidbey Island, and the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal services four million passengers annually.

Manson constructed the new marine terminal elements, including a passenger overhead loading (OHL) system, vehicle transfer span (VTS), new ferry berthing structures, and completed demolition of the existing 63-year-old terminal in-water structures. Work also included installation of a new public fishing pier.

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