Turnagain’s management team has constructed facilities throughout Alaska, from Ketchikan to Nome and out the chain to Dutch Harbor. We excel in challenging marine logistics, safe and effective work in foul weather, and the skills to deliver remote projects successfully, on time and on budget.
Our leased staging facilities in Puget Sound and Seward facilitate staging and loading barges, with the space for inventory quality control and verification.
Turnagain’s team of subcontractors, vendors and service suppliers rise to any challenge and produce to our specifications.
Turnagain takes pride in its design-build port and harbor projects, which include:
Hoonah Floating Cruise Ship Dock
- Award winning design-build
- Floating cruise ship dock
- 700’ long access trestle
- $25 million
- Completed in 2015
Kloosterboer Dutch Harbor Pier
- Mooring capabilities to handle 4500 tonnes vessels
- Deck designed for 750 PSF
- $5.7 million
- Completed in 2017
Shallow Bedrock Foundations
Turnagain never separates the drilling and pile driving scope through subcontracting. Turnagain believes that these processes are intrinsically bound, vital to the project’s success, and will always perform the entire scope in-house.