Sterling Marine was contracted by the City of Seattle Parks and Recreation to provide the necessary adjustments and improvements to a float after a new gangway had been installed. Dive crews were on standby as the gangway was lowered into place by Ness Cranes of Seattle. Only a few improvements were needed once the gangway had been placed.
As a long time supporter of the Center for Wooden Boats, Sterling Marine was excited to be a part of this project which connected the once small non-profit to the South Lake Union Park. It