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Review of Port Angeles graving dock project
|Statement||[prepared for] Transportation Performance Audit Board (TPAB) ; prepared by The Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee (JLARC).|
|Series||Report -- 06-8., Report (Washington (State). Legislature. Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee) -- 06-8.|
|Contributions||Whitener, Valerie., Konopaski, Keenan., Fanning, Ruta., Washington (State). Legislature. Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee., Washington (State). Transportation Performance Audit Board.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 258,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
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Nov 13, · Project Leadership – Both project management and leadership required. Objective 1 – Site Selection Findings Certain aspects of the project process were lacking comprehensive plans and schedules. Decision to use Port Angeles was made under the assumption of an inflexible construction and permitting schedule and the date drove subsequent. Legislative Review of Port Angeles Graving Dock Project published April 25, MOA signed agreeing to procedures for site remediation, land lease for the tribe, and mitigation March 31, House Bill to protect pioneer cemeteries signed into law.
good book. DOCSFORD. PDF HoodCanal_TPABpresentation. WASHINGTON JOINT LEGISLATIVE AUDIT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE PEER REVIEW PAGE •8 Appendix A – Reports Reviewed The following reports were selected for review. Number Project Name “Transportation Performance Audit Board – Review of Port Angeles Graving Dock Project” “K Pupil Transportation Funding Study”.
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Review of Port Angeles Graving Dock Project The reconstruction project required a graving dock site to build the large pontoons and anchors. A graving dock is a shoreline dry dock that is excavated and constructed for the purpose of repairing or building large ships and other water-going vessels.
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Legislative Auditor Conclusion. Review of Port Angeles Graving Dock Project Preliminary Report Valerie Whitener, JLARC Analyst Keenan Konopaski, JLARC Audit Coordinator Curtis Hudak, Foth and Van Dyke – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on spa-hotel-provence.com - id: 72bdf0-ZDIwY.
Review of Port Angeles Graving Dock Project However, the work was conducted by a field archaeologist rather than a Principal Investigator.
A non-systematic sampling pattern, malfunctioning equipment, wet weather conditions, and the consultant’s lack of applied experience impacted the field investigation and limited it to three days.
Aug 16, · On December 21,Washington Secretary of Transportation Doug MacDonald and Governor Gary Locke announce that the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is ending construction of a massive graving dock at Ediz Hook in Port Angeles.
The dock, on which WSDOT has already spent $58 million, is intended to build replacement sections for the Hood Canal Bridge. Graving Dock Project. The audit reviews the chain of events, starting with the initial Hood Canal Bridge replacement project, which led to the decision to construct a graving dock at the Port Angeles site and to the abandonment of that construction due to the discovery of a.
Washington Statewide Archaeology Predictive Model Report Page 2 “Port Angeles Graving Dock Project Readies for Re-start”, March 16, Electronic files reviewed Washington Statewide Archaeology Predictive Model Report Page 4 LIMITATIONS File No. PROJECT BACKGROUND Archaeological predictive modeling for Washington.
“Walking together” meant walking away from project. Originally published May 24, at am Updated February 10, at pm. The discovery of an Indian archaeological site where the state had hoped to build a dry dock turned into an expensive learning process for both the state and the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe.
Jul 28, · On August 16,workers building a graving dock for the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) near Ediz Hook in Port Angeles uncover a shell midden. Discovery of the refuse pile, and shortly thereafter, many human remains and artifacts, reveals the largely intact Klallam village of Tse-whit-zen under layers of industrial rubble and fill.
Our team was familiar with the archaeological mitigation that had unfolded in Port Angeles, and the toll the project had on the LEKT, the city of Port Angeles, and citizens of Washington state.
We also saw Čḯx w icən's research potential and its ability to help reveal the long-term history of people at this spa-hotel-provence.com by: 5. Flag as Inappropriate. Indeed, the site is featured in a book on avoiding archaeological dis- JLARC, Review of Port Angeles graving dock project, report Transportation.
Performance Audit Board (TPAB. Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation. Home About us Subjects Contacts Advanced Search Help. Get this from a library. The Hood Canal Bridge rehabilitation project and graving dock program. [Douglas B MacDonald; Washington (State). Department of Transportation.; Washington (State).
Legislature.; Washington (State). Governor.; Washington State Transportation Commission.] -- Discusses the discovery of archaeological artifacts during the construction of a graving dock in Port Angeles.
This project worked in three phases to catalog her inventory of items and begins to conceptualize an online exhibit that would detail the spa-hotel-provence.com addition to her reporting for the Times, Mapes wrote and published a book on the subject, Breaking Ground: the Lower.
Jan 24, · On Dec. 21 the state abandoned a month project to build a graving dock in Port Angeles after contractors discovered remains of Tse-whit Author: Steve Wilhelm.
PORT GAMBLE — The old sawmill property may come to life once again if the Washington State Department of Transportation deems it so. Poulsbo’s Olympic Property Group, which owns the sawmill site and Port Gamble, is the latest company to show an interest in letting its property become a graving dock for the Hood Canal Bridge reconstruction project.
By Lynda V. Mapes Paperback, pages Photographs, notes, glossary, index ISBN $ History was both uncovered and made when preliminary construction work for a Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) dry dock on the Port Angeles waterfront unearthed the surprisingly intact Klallam village Tse-whit-zen.
graving dock site and obtained the permits for its construction—a decision made after the bridge work NHPA and NEPA reviews were complete. In NovemberWSDOT announced its intention to construct the graving dock in the City of Port Angeles. The entire project site would be acres, with nearly 10 acres devoted to the graving dock itself.
In Augusta $ million construction project known as the Graving Dock Project was started in Port Angeles near the water as part of the Hood Canal Bridge east-half replacement project. It was intended to construct an area for anchoring pontoons for the bridge. County: Clallam.This book is for project engineers, project managers, construction managers, the staff of affected government agencies, and archaeological consultants.
In its pages you receive enough information, enough archaeological perspective, to intelligently work with the various parties involved in your project and avoid an archaeological disaster.Mar 31, · The Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) features local business news about Seattle.
state of Washington's plan to build a large graving dock at the Port of Port Angeles. Department of Author: Steve Wilhelm.