Dalton Electric Company has been involved in the construction of many marinas in Western Washington. One of the largest reconstruction project was at the Port of Edmonds. This project was a direct result of a natural disaster that occurred in early 1997. The scope of work included approximately 370 steel piles, a 90,000-square-foot floating dock, 240,000 square feet of roofing for covered moorage, fire water, potable water, a new electrical system, five gangways and miscellaneous site work for the gangway access.After completion this $12 million job was voted as one of the top 20 public projects of 1997.
Another large project was the Thea Foss and Wheeler-Osgood waterway remediation project. To accommodate boats during the waterway dredging, the old marinas were removed and new marinas were constructed in front of the Museum of Glass, Thea’s Landing and Albers Mill. After completion this $47 million job was voted as one of the top 10 public projects of 2003.