Gig Harbor Outfall Project
Gig Harbor Outfall Project ~ Advanced American Construction Crew
The lead tug pulling 2,700 foot pipe from Commencement Bay, WA to Gig Harbor, WA
2,700 feet of pipe. Shown here as it's leaving the Hylebos Waterway in the Port of Tacoma, Washington
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Gig Harbor Outfall Project ~ The Rig
Moving the pipe into position. Gig Harbor, Washington in the distance.
Working against a powerful current and a strong wind, these vessels are pushing and pulling the pipe into position.
Gig Harbor Outfall Project ~ Working the 2,700 foot section of outfall pipe into position in the Tacoma Narrows Passage.
The pipe is in position and being sunk.
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Gig Harbor, Washington looking east toward Mt. Rainier. Another section of the "outfall" pipe can be seen in the Harbor waiting to be attached.
The Tacoma Narrows Bridge
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Bill Eberhardt, Pilot.
Gig Harbor Outfall Project ~ Fusing station for the 2,700 pipe in the Hylebos Waterway in Tacoma, WA
Gig Harbor Outfall Project ~ Mt. Rainier in backround